Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)

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" Globalization and technological advancement have added challenges in academia. Scoring better grades or marks alone does not guarantee a student’s overall personality. A student has to be a complete package of qualifications, skills and training after graduation who is capable of handling offices, run business or establish a company. "
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Mr. Amit Sthapit
BBS Coordinator
"The best part of my college is, it not only focuses on student academic potential, but also on their personal development in leadership, mentor programs, individual support and also extra curricular activities."
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Mr. Sujit Thapa
BBS Topper, 9th Batch

Our BBS course provides a strong foundation in applied areas of business. This course highlights the importance and appreciation for the diversity and inter-relationship of business and management issues. In the later part of the course, it furnishes opportunities to choose any management sector and specialization courses to provide a degree of functional expertise.

Curricular Structure

Understanding the importance of a concrete curriculum with the need of the composition and structure of local academic patterns, the curriculum for BBS degree is comprised of four separate and distinct course components as follows:

A strong foundation in the related areas of business such as language, economic analysis, legal environment and quantitative methods to prepare graduates to understand, analyze and implement the management concepts and theories. Overall business studies encompassing and integrating all functional areas to provide graduates with an appreciation for the diversity and inter-relationship of business and management issues.

The opportunity to concentrate in one area of specialization such as Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management Science and Marketing in order to provide graduates with some degree of functional expertise.

The opportunity to choose any sector of management, including tourism, co-operative, transport, hotel and small business, as an elective course enables graduates to apply the core functional knowledge and skills in their chosen sector or business.

The course is designed in such a way that students can compete with any other programs having clear conceptual and practical knowledge.

Comprehensive  Questions (Two questions out of three)2X15
Short Answer Questions5X10
Brief Answer Questions10X2

What after BBS ?

JOB PROSPECTS

  1. Entrepreneurs
  2. Account / Finance Officer
  3. Officer / Middle level Manager
  4. Marketing Manager
  5. Government Officials
  6. Teaching Assistants

BBS graduates can pursue higher studies in:

  1. Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  2. Master of Business Studies (MBS)
  3. Masters in Business Management (MBM)
  4. MBA in Global Leadership and Management
  5. MBA GLM Program
  6. Master of Finance and Control (MFC)
  7. Master of Business Administration (MBA in IT Program)

COURSE CYCLE

MGT 201: Business English

MGT 207: Microeconomics for Business 

MGT 202: Business Statistics

MGT 213: Principles of Management

MGT 211: Financial Accounting and Analysis

 

MGT 205: Business Communication

MGT 209: Macroeconomics for Business

MGT 212: Cost and Management Accounting

MGT 215: Fundamentals of Financial Management

MGT 233: Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management

MGT 217: Business Environment and Strategy

MGT 226: Foundation of Financial Systems

MGT 204: Business Law

MGT 224: Taxation in Nepal

MGT 214: Fundamentals in Marketing 

MGT 225: Entrepreneurship

Concentration I

Concentration II

Concentration III

MGT 221: Business Research Methods

MGT 401: Final Project

Concentration Area

(Three courses from any one of the following five functional areas)

 Accounting

  • ACC 250: Accounting for Banking
  • ACC 251: Accounting for Business
  • ACC 252: Advanced Financial Accounting
  • ACC 255: Auditing
  • ACC 256: Advance Cost and Management Accounting

 Finance

  • FIN 250: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance
  • FIN 251: Commercial Bank Management
  • FIN 255: Management of Financial Institutions
  • FIN 253: Fundamentals of Investment
  • FIN 254: Insurance and Risk Management

 Marketing

  • MKT 250: Fundamentals of Selling
  • MKT 251: Customer Relationship Management
  • MKT 252: Foreign Trade and Export Management in Nepal
  • MKT 253: Fundamentals of Advertising
  • MKT 254: Fundamentals of Services Marketing

 Management

  • MGT 251: International Business
  • MGT 256: Small and Medium Enterprises
  • MGT 257: Event Management
  • MGT 258: Project Management
  • MGT 259: Technology & Information Management

Seperating Us from Rest

As part of our initiative towards social responsibility, we engage our students in various civic and social causes.