Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

Bachelors ·
4 years

Bachelor of Management Studies of Tribhuvan University is a 4-year program. Bachelors of Management Studies (BMS) promises an efficient and innovative skills development in the candidates, which are indispensably required in the different business sectors. The knowledge of business and management develops a general management perspective in them. The duration of the course is four year and its syllabus is divided in to eight semesters. The course is an important and career providing in nature, which opens many jobs for the candidates after its completion.

Program Objectives

  • Develop the lateral thinking skills, communication skills and social responsibilities;
  • To provide a basic understanding of modern management practices;
  • To sensitize students towards the challenges in the global market.


For admissions in Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) program of Tribhuvan University students must have:

  • Students who have passed 10+2 or equivalent examinations from the recognized academic institutes with second division (securing 45% and above) or 1.8 CGPA are eligible to enroll in this program.

Admission Criteria

Student Intake for Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) program:

  • Student intake for the BMS program will be once a year. It is the fall intake and it generally begins from the month of July.

Admission Test

Written Test:

Eligible applicants are required to appear in the entrance test commonly known as LBC Management Admission Test (LBCMAT). The test will follow the international testing pattern and standards. It includes Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning and General Awareness. There shall be altogether one hundred (100) objective questions in the LBCMAT containing twentyfive (25) questions in each section. Student must secure minimum 40% marks in LBCMAT in order to qualify for the interview. 


Applicants securing above cut off point marks in the LBC-MAT will be short-listed. Only short listed candidates will be interviewed and selected for admission Evaluation System The internal evaluation shall carry 40 percent and the external examination shall carry 60 percent weight. The final grade of the student shall be determined on the overall performance in the internal and external examinations.

Curricular Structure

First Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG 201 English I (3 Credits)
  • MTH 201 Business Mathematics (3 Credits)
  • ECO 201 Economics I (3 Credits)
  • MGT 201 Principles of Management (3 Credits)
  • ACC 201 Financial Accounting I (3 Credits)

Second Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG 202 English II (3 Credits)
  • ECO 202 Economics II (3 Credits)
  • ACC 202 Financial Accounting II (3 Credits)
  • FIN 201 Financial Management I (3 Credits)
  • MGT 207 Human Resource Management (3 Credits)

Third Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • STT 201 Business Statistics I (3 Credits)
  • MGT 209 Communication and Legal Drafting (3 Credits)
  • FIN 202 Financial Management II (3 Credits)
  • ACC 203 Cost Accounting (3 Credits)
  • MKT 201 Fundamentals of Marketing (3 Credits)

Fourth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • STT 202 Business Statistics II (3 Credits)
  • ITC 201 IT and E-commerce (3 Credits)
  • FIN 203 Corporate Finance (3 Credits)
  • MGT 206 Organizational Behavior (3 Credits)
  • ACC 204 Management Accounting for Decision Making (3 Credits)

Fifth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • PSY 201 Foundation of Psychology (3 Credits)
  • SOC 201 Foundation of Sociology (3 Credits)
  • MGT 211 Business Law (3 Credits)
  • MGT 202 Small Business Management (3 Credits)
  • MGT 203 Tourism and Destination Management (3 Credits)

Sixth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • MKT 202 Foundation of International Business (3 Credits)
  • MGT 204 Agri-business Management (3 Credits)
  • MGT 212 Strategic management (3 Credits)
  • MGT 205 Retail and supply chain management (3 Credits)
  • MGT 209 Entrepreneurship Development (3 Credits)

Seventh Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • MGT 208 Business Research Methods (3 Credits)
  • MGT 210 Contemporary Management Issues (3 Credits)
  • Specialization I (3 Credits)
  • Elective I (3 Credits)
  • INT 301 Internship (3 Credits)

Eighth Semester Courses: 15 Credit Hours

  • Specialization II (3 Credits)
  • Specialization III (3 Credits)
  • Elective II (3 Credits)
  • MGT 218 Events Management (3 Credits)
  • PRJ 401 Research Project Report (3 Credits)

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