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The total course is broadly divided into five major areas. Management and allied courses

(78 credits) intends to provide foundation to business studies and cover major functional areas of management such as general management, accounting, finance, marketing, and allied courses cover courses such as language, business math, social studies, and IT courses. In this group, most of the courses are drawn from BBA. The Finance core courses (15 credits) create pathways to Finance specialization. All students will study management and allied courses, and finance core courses. Concentration courses are offered to represent four areas of financial service industry (banking, insurance, capital market, and corporate finance) which are growing rapidly within and outside the country.

Students will choose any one group and specialize in the chosen group. Students will study any four courses (12 credits) from the group. The elective group of courses offers students to expand their knowledge on areas of their choice –courses from other concentration area other than of their choice, business courses and non-business courses.

Finally, in order to enable students in research activities and expose in real business environment, two courses (6 credits) have been offered as project work and internship.

The overview of curricular structure of the program is as under:

S.N. Broad Areas of Studies Credit
1 Management and allied courses 78
  Finance core courses 15
 

Finance concentration areas (any one)

Corporate Financial Management

Capital Market and Investment

Banking

Insurance

12
 

Elective courses

Group A (two courses)

Group B (one course)

9
 

Elective courses

Group A (two courses)

Group B (one course)

9
  Total 120

The detail description of curricular structure follows:

A. Management and Allied Courses (78 Credits)

Management and allied courses consist of 26 courses of three credits each totaling 78 credits. The objective of this group of courses is to lay foundation to business studies.

Therefore, it covers major functional areas of management such as general management, accounting, finance, and marketing. Allied courses provide social skills and technical knowledge and cover courses such as language, social studies, business math, and IT courses. Most of the courses in this group are drawn from BBA courses of FoM,TU.

The list of courses in this group is as under:

Microeconomics

2. Macroeconomics

3. Applied Mathematics for Business

4. Business Statistics (2+1)1

5. Business English (2+1)

6. Business Communication (2+1)

7. Basic Psychology

8. Business and Society

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

10. Business Research Methods (2+1)

11. Principles of Management

12. Human Resource Management

13. Organizational Behavior

14. Fundamentals of Marketing

15. Operations Management

16. Financial Accounting

17. Cost and Management Accounting

18. Taxation and Auditing

19. Financial Management

20. Marketing of Financial Services

21. Business and Financial Law

22. Business Environment in Nepal

23. Fundamentals of Information Technology

24. Introductory Database

25. Management Information System

26. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

Finance Core Courses (15Credits)

The finance core courses consist of five courses (15 credits). The objective of the finance core courses is to cover major aspects of finance so that BBA (Finance) graduates have sufficient knowledge to work as finance professional in major types of financial service industries. Further, it creates foundation to specialize in one of the finance concentration area. The proposed courses in this group are asunder:

1. Corporate Finance

2. Financial Institutions and Markets

3. Fundamentals of Investment

4. Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives

5. Municipal Finance

C. Finance Concentration Area (12 Credits)

The objective of concentration courses is to prepare students to be competent to serve at particular area of financial service industry. Four areas of financial service industry have been chosen based on their rapid expansion and growth creating employment opportunities for our students. The following areas of studies have been offered for specialization in finance.

Students must study all four courses in their chose area of concentration.

I. Concentration Area: Corporate Financial Management

Corporate Financial Management I

Corporate Financial Management II

Corporate Financial Management III

Research and Seminar in Corporate Financial Management (2+1)

II. Concentration Area: Banking

Banking I

Banking II

Banking III

Research and Seminar in Banking (2+1)

III.Concentration Area: Insurance

Insurance I

Insurance II

Insurance III

Research and Seminar in Insurance (2+1)

IV.Concentration Area: Capital Market and Investment

Capital Market and Investment I

Capital Market and Investment II

Capital Market and Investment III

Research and Seminar in Capital Market and Investment (2+1)

(The exact title and content of the course will be finalized after consulting respective industry experts while detailing the courses)

D. Elective (9Credits)

The elective courses offer students to expand their knowledge on areas of their choice business as well as non-business. The elective courses have been drawn from two broad areas of study. Students will choose two courses from Group A and one course from Group B.

Group A courses are from concentration area described in Section C above. Students will choose two concentration courses from other areas than their first choice i.e. their choice should not be from their own concentration group. This provision will help the students to broaden their knowledge of finance beyond their concentration courses. Group B courses are drawn from diverse area of interest. Students will choose one course from this group. Courses in this group will help students to better understand the business world or the world beyond the business. The courses in each group are listed below.

Group A Group B

Two courses from the

concentration courses

(Described in Section 4. C)

other than the student's

chosen area of

concentration

  • Critical Thinking and Logic
  • Mathematics for Finance
  • Data Analysis
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Project Management
  • Event Management
  • Management of Saving and
Credit Cooperative
  • History and Culture of Nepal
  • Principles of Social Work
  • Anthropology
  • Financial Economics
  • Personal Finance
  • Behavioral Finance

Colleges may offer other elective courses than those listed above as per the changing demand of the market. The college will develop the courses and take necessary approval from FoM before administering such courses.

E. Project Work and Internship (6 Credits)

In order to engage students in research activities and expose in real business environment, two courses (6 credits) have been offered as project work and internship. The modality of the internship and project work will be as similar to that of the BBA program.

Project Work (3 Credits)

Internship (3 Credits)

5. Admission, Examination and Evaluation

This program will follow the same process and format for matters relating to the admission, examination and evaluation of the students.

6. Course Cycle

The courses will be administered in the following sequence.

First Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits

MGT - 201 Principles of Management 3

ECO - 201 Microeconomics 3

MTH 203 Applied Mathematics for Business 3

ENG 204 Business English 3

STT 201 Fundamentals of Information

Technology 3

Total 15 Credits

Second Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 MGT 202 Human Resource Management 3

2 Financial Accounting 3

3 ECO 202 Macro Economics 3

4 STT 201 Business Statistics 3

5 Business Communication 3

Total 15 Credits

Third Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 Financial Management 3

2 ACC 202 Cost and Management Accounting 3

3 MGT 203 Organizational Behavior 3

4 PSY 201 Basic Psychology 3

5 MGT 206 Business Environment in Nepal 3

Total 15 Credits

Fourth Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 Corporate Finance 3

2 Financial Institutions and Markets 3

3 MKT 201 Fundamentals of Marketing 3

4 MGT 205 Operations Management 3

5 ITC 202 Introductory Database 3

Total 15 Credits

Fifth Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 RCH 201 Business Research Methods 3

2 Fundamentals of Investment 3

3 Business and Financial Law 3

4 ITC 203 Management Information System 3

5 Entrepreneurship and Small Business

Management 3

Total 15 Credits

Sixth Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 Marketing of Financial Services 3

2 Taxation and Auditing 3

3 Municipal Finance 3

4 Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives 3

5 Project Work 3

Total 15 Credits

Seventh Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 Business and Society 3

2 Concentration I 3

3 Concentration II 3

4 Elective I 3

5 MGT 350 Internship 3

Total 15 Credits

Eighth Semester

S. No. Course Code Course Name Credits

1 Concentration III 3

2 Concentration IV (Research

and Seminar)

3

3 Elective II 3

4 Elective III 3

5 Business Ethics and Corporate

Governance

Total 15 Credits

Grand Total 120 Credits

 

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