Master of Business Administration-Evening (MBAe) - Mid-Western University


Mid-Western University

Management

2 year(s)


Master of Business Administration-Evening (MBAe) is an intensive two and half year course spread over 5 semesters with the option of pursuing a specialization in one of the disciplinary area in Finance, Marketing and HR.

The MWU MBA-Evening is envisioned to emerge as a leading management program which emphasizes to acquire state-of-the-art management knowledge and business enhancement techniques as honed through practical measures and application-oriented learning strategies in the academically set mentoring environment. Students would be able to develop analytical and creative ability to diagnose situations and address them in a more rational way in the context of changing environment; and would be able to apply and integrate management concepts and skills to local situations with global perspectives and further, develop specialization in one functional management discipline; and hence would demonstrate professional values, behaviors, and skills in managing organizations successfully.


Eligibility

The candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree from the recognized academic institution with minimum 45 percent in aggregate or 2.0 CGPA on a scale of 4.0 and/or candidate must possess at least 1 year of professional experience.


Curricular structure

The course bases leading to MBA-Evening at MWU include the following:

  • Foundation [18 Credits]
  • Management Core [24 credits]
  • Integrative [12 Credits]
  • Concentration [9 Credits]
  • Internship and Project Work [7 Credits]

 Students are required to complete altogether 23 courses.

Course Distribution Of MBA Evening

First Semester

  • Foundations of Management [MGT 511, 3]
  • Critical Thinking [MGT 512, 3]
  • Business Communication [MGT 513, 3]
  • Financial and Management Accounting [MGT 514, 3]
  • Quantitative Approach to Management [MGT 516, 3]

Second Semester

  • Research Methodology [MGT 515, 3]
  • Marketing Management [MGT 521, 3]
  • Management Information Systems [MGT 522, 3]
  • Managerial Economics [MGT 523, 3]
  • Financial Management [MGT 524, 3]
  • Human Resource Management [MGT 525, 3]

Third Semester

  • Organizational Behavior [MGT 526, 3]
  • Strategic Management [MGT 531, 3]
  • Production and Operation Management [MGT 532, 3]
  • Total Quality Management [MGT 533, 3]
  • Entrepreneurship and Technology Management [MGT 534, 3]

Fourth Semester

  • Corporate Law [MGT 535, 3]
  • International Business and Strategy [MGT 536, 3]
  • Finance Specialization:
    • Financial Institution and Market [MGT 546, 3]
    • Strategic Financial Management [MGT 547, 3]
    • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management [MGT 548, 3]
  • Human Resources Management Specialization:
    • Compensation and Benefit Management [MGT 549, 3]
    • Performance Management [MGT 550, 3]
    • Human Resources Development [MGT 551, 3]
  • Marketing Specialization
    • Brand Management [MGT 552, 3]
    • Sales Management [MGT 553, 3]
    • Service Marketing [MGT 554, 3]

Fifth Semester

  • Graduate Research Project [MGT 556, 4]
  • An Introduction to Nepal (AIN) [MGT 557, 0]