MBA Finance - Pokhara University

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  • Curriculum

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MBA (Finance) of Pokhara University is an exclusively focused course in finance studies. It concentrates on Corporate Finance, Investment Management, Banking, Insurance and Microfinance.  This Academic program is termed as a very competent and unique in the global management studies program. its uniqueness, among others, in relation to building human capital, is categorically crafted that ensures the much needed highly skilled human resources in Nepalese and global job market.

Duration of the Course
MBA (Finance) program is an intensive two- year course stretched over six terms of full time study, with every academic year having three terms (trimesters).

Degree Awarded:
MBA (Finance) by Pokhara University

Total Credit Hours:  69

Salient Feature

The principal objective of MBA (Finance) program is develop expertise of students of Masters of Business Administration with focus on the specialized are of finance including; the corporate finance, investments, banking, insurance and microfinance.

Besides, the graduates of MBA (Finance) program will be able to serve as finance officers in different banks and financial institutions, business firms, non-government organizations and government projects. 

Eligibility

Eligibility

Anyone with minimum three years Bachelor's degree in any discipline with atleast 45% in aggregate or CGPA 2.0. 

Admission Criteria

Curriculum

The Master in Business Administration (Finance) program is an intensive two year course stretched over six terms of full time study, with every academic year having three terms (trimester). The duration of each trimester will be 12 weeks excluding examinations.

It consists of a total of 69 credit hours comprising foundation courses, management core courses, finance core courses and specialization concentration and elective courses. The program also includes thematic graduate seminars and practicum courses. Students must undertake Internship project during the fifth trimester and Graduate Research Project (GRP) during the sixth trimester. 

Curricular Structure: 

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