BBA

Bachelor in Business Administration

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, originality and creativity. In addition, they are expected to be good communicators, responsible learners, and capable of working independently and as well as in a team.

Career Opportunities/Future Perspectives

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. 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.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
  • First Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ENG 201: English – I
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 201: Principles of Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • ECO 201: Micro Economics
      3 Credit Hours
    • MTH 201: Business Mathematics – I
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 201: Computer System and IT Applications
      3 Credit Hours
  • Second Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ENG 202: English – II
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 202: Human Resource Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • ECO 202: Macro Economics
      3 Credit Hours
    • MTH 202: Business Mathematics – II
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 202: Introductory Database
      3 Credit Hours
  • Third Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ENG 203: Business Communications
      3 Credit Hours
    • STT 201: Business Statistics
      3 Credit Hours
    • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
      3 Credit Hours
    • FIN 201: Business Finance
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 203: Management Information System
      3 Credit Hours
  • Fourth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • MGT 204: Business Law
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
      3 Credit Hours
    • ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting
      3 Credit Hours
    • PSY 201: Psychology
      3 Credit Hours
    • MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
      3 Credit Hours
  • Fifth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • MGT 207: International Business
      3 Credit Hours
    • FIN 202: Basic Financial Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 205: Fundamentals of Operations Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • SOC 201: Sociology for Business
      3 Credit Hours
    • SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics
      3 Credit Hours
  • Sixth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • MGT 203: Organizational Relations
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 208: Business Strategy
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
      3 Credit Hours
    • RCH 201: Business Research Methods
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 204: E-Commerce
      3 Credit Hours

BIM

Bachelor of Information Management

BIM program provides an interdisciplinary education for students interested in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Management, with major focus in ICT. Graduates from this program will have the knowledge and skills to develop business information systems, analyze and design databases, develop network Internet applications, and have a sound understanding of the business processes. The emphasis is on skills development in programming information system projects. Additionally BIM also provides students with an understanding of the principles and operations of business, and the importance of the computer as a management tool through planning, control, and decision-making activities of the organization.

Students intending to study in this program should have a strong interest in information technology, ability to think logically and creatively and an aptitude for data analysis and information-based decision making. BIM program being in the semester system, the student has to be a continuous learner and a good team player.

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
  • First Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ENG 201: English – I
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 211: Computer Information System
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 212: Digital Logic Design
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 201: Principles of Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • MTH 201: Basic Mathematics
      3 Credit Hours
  • Second Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • IT 213: Structured Programming
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 214: Data Communication and Computer Network
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 204: Business Communications
      3 Credit Hours
    • MTH 202: Discrete Mathematics
      3 Credit Hours
    • SOC 201: Sociology for Business
      3 Credit Hours
  • Third Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ACC 201: Financial Accounting
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 215: Web Technology – I
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 216: Java Programming – I
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 217: Computer Organization
      3 Credit Hours
    • STT 201: Business Statistics
      3 Credit Hours
  • Fourth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting
      3 Credit Hours
    • ECO 201: Microeconomics
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 218: Data Structure and Algorithm with Java
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 219: Web Technology – II
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 220: Database Management System
      3 Credit Hours
  • Fifth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • ECO 202: Macroeconomics
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 221: Computer Graphics
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 222: Java Programming – II
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 223: Advanced Internet Working
      3 Credit Hours
    • MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing
      3 Credit Hours
  • Sixth Semester : 18 credit Hours
    • FIN 201: Business Finance
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 224: Software Engineering
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 225: Computer Security and Cyber Law
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 351: Summer Project
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 202: Human Resource Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal
      3 Credit Hours
  • Seventh Semester : 18 credit Hours
    • IT 226: Management Information System
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 227: Object Oriented Analysis and Design
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 228: Artificial Intelligence
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 203: Organizational Behavior
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 205: Operations Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • MGT 208: Business Strategy
      3 Credit Hours
  • Eighth Semester : 15 credit Hours
    • IT 229: IT Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain Management
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 230: Economics of Information and Communication
      3 Credit Hours
    • Elective I
      3 Credit Hours
    • Elective II
      3 Credit Hours
    • IT 350: Internship
      3 Credit Hours