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Master's Degree Business Studies (MBS)

Program Objective

The objective of the MBS program is to enable the students to work as competent managers and to meet the demand of higher level managers in organizations, particularly in the functional areas of management as well as to demonstrate knowledge of a specific field of study. This includes components such as independent research and analysis, critical evaluation and application, the ability to solve complex problems as well as working independently. FOM program lays special emphasis on developing graduates managerial and entrepreneurial skills over a solid foundation of theories and techniques. Upon graduation, a student should be able to function as a manager in business, industry, government and non-government sectors, within and outside the country, in areas like accounting, marketing, finance and general management. The MBS program specifically aims to:

  1. Equip the students with required conceptual knowledge of business and management.
  2. Prepare managers in the functional areas of management.
  3. Develop knowledge and skill of business environment in national and global perspective.
  4. Encourage entrepreneurial capabilities in students to make them effective change agents in the Nepalese society.
  5. Develop research capability in the students.

Core Courses

Core business courses integrate all analytical and functional areas and provide students with an appreciation of the diversity and inter-relationship of business and management issues. It includes subjects such as Research Methodology, Statistical Methods, Managerial Economics,
Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Management Accountancy, Accounting for Financial and Managerial Decision and Control, Marketing Management, Production and Operations Management, International Business, Managerial Communication, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Business Environment.

Specialization Courses

There are four areas of specialization offer for the students. Specialization in any one of the areas, such as, accounting, finance, marketing, and management enables the student to develop expertise in his/her concentration area. Altogether 3 courses are offered in one area of specialization. Students have to choose one specialization area and study one course from group ‘A’ in the thirds semester and 2 courses from group ‘B’ in the fourth semester.

Dissertation

The MBS program requires students to conduct original research work during the four semesters of the two-year study period. Students are required to write a dissertation based on their original research work. Students writing dissertation are encouraged to write their dissertation within the selected specialization area.

Course Cycle

First Semester15 Credit Hours
MKT 511 Marketing Management 3 Cr.
ECO 512 Managerial Economics3 Cr.
MSC 514 Statistical Methods3 Cr.
MGT 515 Organizational Behavior3 Cr.
MGT 519 Managerial Communication3 Cr.
Second Semester15 Credit Hours
FIN 510 Financial Management3 Cr.
MGT 513 Human Resource Management3 Cr.
MSC 517 Production and Operations Management3 Cr.
ACC 517 Management Accountancy3 Cr.
MGT 518 Business Environment 3 Cr.
Third Semester15 Credit Hours
ACC 519 Accounting for Financial and Managerial Decision and Control3 Cr.
MSC 521 Research Methodology3 Cr.
MGT 522 International Business3 Cr.
MGT 524 Entrepreneurship3 Cr.

Specialization Course (Any One from Group A)

Finance

FIN 687 Financial Derivatives and Market 3 Cr.
FIN 688 Corporate Finance3 Cr.

Accountancy

ACC 685 Corporate Taxation3 Cr.
ACC 686 Cost Management3 Cr.

Management

MGT 687 Recent Trends in Management3 Cr.
MGT 688 Organizational Theory3 Cr.

Marketing

MKT 691 Advertising and Promotion Management3 Cr.
MKT 692 Rural Marketing3 Cr.
Fourth Semester15 Credit Hours
MGT 523 Strategic Management3 Cr.

Specialization Courses (Any Two from Group B)

FIN 685 Financial Markets and Institutions3 Cr.
FIN 686 International Financial Management3 Cr.
FIN 689 Investment Management3 Cr.
FIN 690 Insurance: Theory and Practice3 Cr.
FIN 691 Commercial Bank Management: Theory and Practice3 Cr.

Marketing

MKT 685 Consumer Behavior3 Cr.
MKT 686 International Marketing3 Cr.
MKT 687 Brand Management3 Cr.
MKT 688 Sales Management3 Cr.
MKT 689 Retail Management3 Cr.
MKT 690 Services Marketing3 Cr.

Accountancy

ACC 687 Contemporary Auditing3 Cr.
ACC 688 Accounting Theory and Financial Reporting3 Cr.
ACC 689 Management Control Systems3 Cr.
ACC 690 Balance Scorecard: A Tool for Performance Measurement3 Cr.

Management

MGT 685 Organizational Development and Change3 Cr.
MGT 686 Quality Management3 Cr.
MGT 689 Performance Management3 Cr.
MGT 690 Leadership and Communication3 Cr.
MGT 525 Dissertation6 Cr.

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)

Program Objective

The objective of the BBS program is to develop students into competent managers for any sector of organized activity as well as to demonstrate knowledge of a specific field of study. This includes components such as independent research and analysis, critical evaluation and application, the ability to solve complex problems as well as working independently.
Upon graduation, students should be equipped to function as a manager in business, industry and government. The graduate should also have a variety of career opportunities in different sectors of business including entrepreneurship and create much needed jobs for others.

First Year

1.Business English MGT 201
2.Business Economics MGT 203
3.3. Business Statistics MGT 202
4.Principle of Management MGT 213
5.Accounting for Financial Analysis and Planning MGT 211

Second Year

1.Business Communication MGT 205
2.Business Economics MGT 206
3.Foundation of HRM MGT 216
4.Fundamentals of Marketing MGT 214
5.Cost and Management Accounting MGT 212

Third Year

1.Organizational Behaviour MGT 219
2.Fundamentals of Financial Management MGT 215
3.Taxation and Auditing MGT 218
4.Business Law MGT 204
5.Business Environment and Strategic Management MGT 217

Fourth Year

1.Entrepreneurship & Enterprises Development MGT 220
2.Research Methods Project Works MGT 221

Concentration Area:

Finance

1.FIN 250 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
2.FIN 252 Foundations of Financial Institutions and MKT
3.FIN 253 Fundamentals of Investment

Marketing

1.MKT 250 Fundamentals of Selling
2.MKT 253 Fundamentals of advertising
3.MKT 254 Fundamentals of service Marketing Management

BED: Bachelor's Degree in Education

Students of four-year B.Ed. program will have to study one subject area as specialization major and the next as specialization minor area selecting from among Nepali Education, English Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education (physical science), Health and Physical Education, Population Education. Students may also study one of the courses from among Science Education (Biological Science), Health Education, Physical Education, vocational education, Primary Education, Early Childhood Development Education, Non-formal Education and Education Management as specialization minor.
Four-year B.Ed. with annual examination system is a professional as well as academic program designed for preparing competent teachers who can teach two subjects at secondary level.

Course Titles

Course titles under each group are given below:

GROUP A: Communication Skills

  • General Nepali
  • General English

GROUP B: Professional Core Courses

  • English
  • Nepali
  • Sociology
  • Social Work

First Year

1.General English 411
2.Compulsory Nepali 401
3.Education 412

Major Subjects

4.English 416/417
5.Nepali 416/417
6.Population 416/417
7.Health and Physical Edu. 416/417
8.Mathematics 416/417

Minor Subjects

1.Minor Nepali 418/419
2.Minor Population 418/419
3.Minor Health and Physical Edu. 418/419

Second Year

1.Educational Psychology 421

Major Subjects

2.English 422/423/424
3.Nepali 422/423/424
4.Population 422/423/424
5.Health and Physical Edu. 422/423/424
6.Mathematics 422/423/424

Minor Subjects

1.Minor Nepali 428/429
2.Minor Population 428/429
3.Minor Health and Physical Edu. 428/429

Third Year

1.Curriculum and Evaluation 431

Major Subjects

2.English 432/432/434
3.Nepali 432/432/434
4.Population 432/432/434
5.Health and Physical Edu. 432/432/434
6.Mathematics 432/432/434

Minor Subjects

1.Minor Nepali 439
2.Minor Population 439
3.Minor Health and Physical Edu. 439

Fourth Year

1.Teaching Practice 440

Major Subjects (English)

2.ICT (443)
3.Research Meth (445)
4.Lg. & Literature (446)
5.Project work & Semi (449)

Major Subjects (Nepali)

6.Class Inst. (442)
7.Research Meth(445)
8.Byawahar. Lekhan(446)
9.Project Pop.(449)

Major Subjects (Population)

10.Class Inst. (442)
11.Fund. of Ageing (445)
12.Byawahar. Lekhan(446)
13.Project Pop.(449)

BA: Bachelor's Degree in Humanities & Social Sciences

Tribhuvan University has launched four-year bachelor’s course in BA from the academic year 2076/077 under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

It is the inter-disciplinary subjects where students can study Compulsory English, Compulsory Nepali, Nepal Studies, Sociology, Economics, Culture, Rural Development, Social Work, Mass Communication and Population Studies within the same stream.

The four-year course is of 2,000 marks (500 marks each year) and students can choose two subjects of 700 marks each as their majors and two subjects of 100 marks each as elective subjects.

There will be three compulsory subjects — English, Nepali and Nepal Studies. English will be of 200 marks, Nepali 100 marks and Nepal Studies 100 marks. English has been made compulsory in the first and third years, while Nepali will be compulsory in the second year and Nepal studies will be compulsory in the third year.

Students will be evaluated on the basis of written examinations of 70 marks, while 30 marks will be for internal assessment, including mini project, classroom presentation and teamwork for each subject.

Available Subjects in KMC

First Year

Compulsory English

Second Year

Compulsory Nepali

Third Year

Compulsory English

Fourth Year

Compulsory Nepal Studies

Specialization (Anyone from each group carry 200 marks- two paper in each year)

GROUP A

  • Rural Development
  • Mass Communication
  • Economics

GROUP B

  • English
  • Nepali
  • Sociology
  • Social Work

Finance

FIN 687 Financial Derivatives and Market 3 Cr.
FIN 688 Corporate Finance3 Cr.

Accountancy

ACC 685 Corporate Taxation3 Cr.
ACC 686 Cost Management3 Cr.

Management

MGT 687 Recent Trends in Management3 Cr.
MGT 688 Organizational Theory3 Cr.

Marketing

MKT 691 Advertising and Promotion Management3 Cr.
MKT 692 Rural Marketing3 Cr.
Fourth Semester15 Credit Hours
MGT 523 Strategic Management3 Cr.

Specialization Courses (Any Two from Group B)

FIN 685 Financial Markets and Institutions3 Cr.
FIN 686 International Financial Management3 Cr.
FIN 689 Investment Management3 Cr.
FIN 690 Insurance: Theory and Practice3 Cr.
FIN 691 Commercial Bank Management: Theory and Practice3 Cr.

Marketing

MKT 685 Consumer Behavior3 Cr.
MKT 686 International Marketing3 Cr.
MKT 687 Brand Management3 Cr.
MKT 688 Sales Management3 Cr.
MKT 689 Retail Management3 Cr.
MKT 690 Services Marketing3 Cr.

Accountancy

ACC 687 Contemporary Auditing3 Cr.
ACC 688 Accounting Theory and Financial Reporting3 Cr.
ACC 689 Management Control Systems3 Cr.
ACC 690 Balance Scorecard: A Tool for Performance Measurement3 Cr.

Management

MGT 685 Organizational Development and Change3 Cr.
MGT 686 Quality Management3 Cr.
MGT 689 Performance Management3 Cr.
MGT 690 Leadership and Communication3 Cr.
MGT 525 Dissertation6 Cr.

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