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Bachelor Of Business Administration
120 Credit Hours

BBA program provides an interdisciplinary education for students interested in Management and ICT, with major focus in management. BBA program helps the students learn modern business theory and principles; and execute them into the practical field. It helps to acquire knowledge in the fields of business, including management, international business, marketing, business law, accountancy, finance, economics, and knowledge management, and apply these skills to different business environments. With the modern advancement in the field of Information and Communication Technology, it also helps students align and integrate the information technologies in the modern business processes to attain the organizational efficiency.

Students enrolled in this program will develop knowledge in business processes, logical thinking power , rationality ,creativity and also to be good communicators, responsible learners ,capable of working independently and as well as in a team.

Career Opportunities/Future Prospectives

BBA Program is designed to produce professionally competent graduates for employment in business and industry. It provides an interdisciplinary education for students interested In Management and IT with major focus In management .BBA program helps the students learn modern business theory and principles and execute them into the practical field, it also helps students align and integrate the information technologies in the modern business processes to attain the organizational efficiency.  BBA graduates from this program are qualified to become Human Resource Officers, Marketing Officers, Finance Officers etc.

Teaching Pedagogy

All the faculty members for both BIM and BBA are equipped with the sound knowledge of their subject matters as well as essential skills needed to teach this kind of technologically advanced courses. The general teaching methodology includes:

  1. Class lectures
  2. Multimedia Presentation
  3. Practical Class
  4. Group Discussion
  5. Case Studies
  6. Project Work
  7. Term Papers
  8. Seminars
  9. Internship


Minimum Grade 'C' in all the subjects of 11 and 12 or minimum score of second division marks i 10+2, PCL or Equivalent in any discipline.

Semester 1

This module aims to develop students' understanding of the microeconomic concepts and theories in order to enhance their skill in analyzing business opportunities, market and risks.

This course aims to develop students' skill in oral and written communication in English language.

This module aims to impart the basic management knowledge, and skills to the students so as to enhance their managerial capabilities and enable them to apply in the practical field.

This module aims to provide the students with the basic mathematical skills required to understand management, IT and computing courses.

Semester 2

This course aims to develop student's understanding of the basic concepts, practices and approaches of human resource management.

This module aims to develop students' understanding of the macroeconomic concepts to enhance their skills in analyzing business environment for decision-making.

This module is a continuation of English – I and aims to further strengthen students' ability to use English language for professional purpose. 

The course introduces mathematical techniques through examples of their application to economic and business concepts. It enables students to tackle problems in economics and business using these techniques. The purpose of the course, then, is to present mathematical skills and concepts, and to apply them to ideas that are important to the management students. 

This module aims to provide the students with the basic knowledge, issues and manipulation of database so that the students develop the skill of producing reports and managing business information. 

Semester 3

This module aims to familiarize students with the function and process of financial reporting system from a user and system designer perspective.

The basic objective of this course is to impart basic knowledge and required skills of business finance to students to understand the nature and functions of finance and to professionally use the knowledge to analyze financial issues and take appropriate financial decisions and actions thereto.

The objectives of this course are to present the learners with the language and concepts found in books and newspapers and magazine articles on business and economics; to develop the comprehension of management texts; to develop the listening skills in the fields of management; provide the learners with opportunities to express management concepts, reformulating the learner's own while summarizing, analyzing, criticizing and discussing ideas.

This course introduces the students to statistical tools and techniques which are applied to in business decision-making. The course will cover the basic tools used to describe data for the purposes of transforming data into information. In addition, the course will present the fundamentals of statistical inference showing how it is possible to examine a small subset of data to reach conclusions about the larger set of data.
The statistical tools should be introduced from an applied perspective using business related examples. Microsoft Excel software will be used throughout the course to aid in statistical analysis.

The main objective of this course is to equip students with the new tools and techniques of management information system with a view familiarize them to the state-of-the-art-technology and its applications in managing information.

Semester 4

The primary objective of the module is to provide students with an understanding of the concepts, tools and techniques of cost and management accounting and their application in managerial decision making.

This course aims to enhance students understanding of the basic business laws required for effective management of business operations.

This course examines the economic, social, political, and legal interfaces between the business institution (especially the corporation) and the environment. The course intends to provide students with an overview of the environmental forces within which business must operate, and an understanding of some of the analytical tools that managers use to solve business and economic problems. The focus is to enable students to identify, understand and evaluate the environmental forces causing change in business performance and future strategic options.

This course aims to build students' understanding of the marketing process and principles and inculcate basic skills to analyze marketing decision situations.

To enable the students to understand basic processes and structures underlying human behavior as a basis for managing people in an organizational setting.

Semester 5

This module aims to inculcate knowledge of basic sociological concepts and methods so that students are equipped with an adequate understanding of the sociological perspectives on management and business administration. 

The objectives of the course are to provide the students with basic knowledge of corporate tax in Nepal and develop in them basic skills required to serve as tax administers or tax consultants in the Nepalese society.

This course provides an overview of the importance of international business and trade in the global economy, explores the factors and environment that influence success in international markets, and familiarizes students with the basic terminologies, key concepts and issues unique to the subject. Students will learn about the techniques and strategies associated with different dimensions of marketing, financial management, and human resource management which arise in an international business context.

This course aims to impart the basic knowledge, tools and techniques of operations management to students.

The course deals with the nature of financial management, cost of capital, capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, working capital management.

Semester 6

This course aims is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of fundamental theories of organizational behavior.

This course contains introduction, developing business ideas, feasibility analysis, writing a business plan, Industry and Competitor Analysis, Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Entrepreneurship, Start-up New Business Venture, Marketing Issues and Growth.

The course has a preliminary focus on problem identification, theoretical framework development and hypothesis formulation. The course will then deal with research design issues, measurement, sampling, data collection and analysis. This encompasses the overall understanding and application of appropriate research techniques and research statistics, and report writing and presentation skills.

The objective of this course provides general introduction of Nepal, its geography, natural resources, history, society, cultures, economy, politics and the governance of Nepal.

This module aims to provide the students with the theoretical background of e-commerce and its applications in business.
Introduction to E-Commerce, E-Commerce Terminology, Internet marketing. The Network Infrastructure for E-Commerce, Electronic Data Interchange, Network Security and Measures, Electronic Payment System, Internet Marketing Basics, E-environment

Semester 7

Semester 8

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