Master in Business Administration

Master in Business Administration

2 years

The Master of Business Administration program is a two-year program. Students must complete 20 academic courses i.e., sixty credits (60) prescribed credit hours with a program GPA of 3.0 or higher, including 8 core courses (24 credit hours), 4 non-core courses (12 credit hours) and at least 5 concentrations (15 Credit Hours) and remaining 3 courses (9 credits) determined by students’ concentration. Students undertake graduate projects/case studies/research and at least 10 professional modules as a graduation requirement.

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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program prepares individuals for careers in management. More specifically, its aim is to provide an opportunity for men and women to develop knowledge, abilities, attitudes and understanding that will constitute a foundation for growth into competent business management professionals, qualifying graduates to seek employment in major industries, including computer-related services, investment banking/securities and consulting in the areas of marketing, research, analysis, and/or finance. The performance outcomes which are required for the completion of the program include class participation, response to discussion questions, writing research papers, group assignments, case study analyses, project work, and Professional Learning Assessment and Comprehensive Learning Assessments.

MBA Program Learning Outcomes

The Master of Business Administration program aims to cultivate individuals capable of thriving in upper middle management and top management roles. The MBA focuses on strategic management concepts and principles, utilizing recent research findings, intricate computer models, emphasizing human relations skills, and integrating strategic management processes through an objective worldview.
The following are the educational Program Learning Outcomes for the Master of Business Administration:

  • Develop mastery of functional components of business—economics, marketing, accounting, finance, law, organizational behavior, and leadership
  • Demonstrate effective presentation of business analyses and recommendations through written forms of communication appropriate to the intended audience.
  • Demonstrate effective presentation of business analyses and recommendations through oral communication of conventions and forms appropriate to the intended audience
  • Appraise current information technology effectively to support business decision making
  • Value and integrate diversity and a global perspective in business decisions
  • Compile independent, critical thinking, and reasoning skills to critique problems and develop problem-solving and decision-making abilities
  • Integrate ethical issues in a business context and formulate alternatives that demonstrate ethical values
  • Facilitate the use of research and information from all mediums for the purpose of promoting critical thinking as it is applied to learning complex business concepts
  • Evaluate, analyze, and communicate quantitative data to improve and sustain strategic business initiatives

MBA Concentration Area

King's College offers a range of concentrations under an MBA program. Those are:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Nonprofit
  • Agribusiness Management
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Finance
  • Data Analytics

MBA Entrepreneurship

MBA Entrepreneurship at King’s aims to nurture entrepreneurship enthusiasts, ideates, and new startup founders in creating and managing an innovative, sustainable and scalable venture. The program is a blend of academic rigor and real-life practice. It navigates students through the process of venture creation, from ideating to launching while devising themself with appropriate entrepreneurial tools and developing the needed entrepreneurial mindset to run the venture.  

The objective of the program is to develop the Entrepreneurial Mindset among the students. Entrepreneurial Mindset is the problem-solving mindset by which an individual takes the charge of the (local) problems and challenges the status quo and provides solutions that people can easily afford and access.

MBA Nonprofit

The MBA Nonprofit Program at King’s College aims to promote a discourse of “Financially sustainable, impact-driven, accountable and transparent nonprofit organizations that foster local innovations through participatory collaborations”. The program combines academic rigor and professional practice to empower leaders for high-impact nonprofit startups, social enterprises, profit-not-distributing companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), international NGOs, foundations, corporate social responsibility projects, public-private partnerships, and social businesses of Nepal and beyond.

MBA Agribusiness Management

MBA Agribusiness Program aims to train Nepali students on agribusiness's managerial and entrepreneurial aspects, with a focus on diverse sector management underlying the agricultural sector. The course focuses on training students in the principles and practices of agricultural production, value addition, marketing, supply chain, global trends, and future challenges. Students will get an in-depth idea about Agribusiness through regular interaction with industry leaders, seminars, workshops, and so.

MBA Technology & Innovation

As technology reshapes the globe and innovation transform markets and industries, today's managers must possess a strong technology and innovation management capability. This concentration course of this program will help the student learn how to incorporate new technologies, promote innovation into an organization’s existing culture, and imply data analytics to foster data-driven actions.

MBA Marketing Management

MBA Marketing Program aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the most current thinking and practices in the marketing field. The course focuses on training students in the principles and practices of marketing tools and techniques and skills that students need in the professional market. Students will get an in-depth idea about sales management, consumer behavior, strategic brand management, and many more areas that are required to become a successful marketer.

MBA Human Resources Management

MBA Human Resources Management Program aims to provide skills and knowledge to smooth the human resource management functions of an organization. Students explore areas such as employee hiring, retention plan, training, and development plan, and performance management tools to understand the needs of the workforce. This program is designed to develop skills for managing an essential resource of any organization—its employees.

MBA Finance

MBA Financial Program is designed to provide a theoretical and practical framework for managing money in public and private organizations. It encompasses a wide array of theories, concepts, applications, and analytical tools needed for effective decision-making. Students will explore how organizations and individual investors make decisions in accessing and deploying capital.

MBA Data Analytics

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Data Analytics degree program prepares individuals for careers in management in all sorts of industries such as Health, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Textiles, and Trading wherever data driven decision making is required. More specifically, its aim is to provide an opportunity for students to develop knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and understanding that will build deep competency in the skills needed to implement and oversee data-driven business decisions including collecting, managing, and describing datasets; forming inferences and predictions from data and making optimal and robust decisions.

Curricular Structure

Core courses             (13 × 3) = 39 Credits

Concentration           (4 × 3) = 12 Credits

Elective                     (3 × 3) = 9 Credits

Total                          60 Credits

Course Duration       Two years

Core courses of Westcliff University

Organizational Leadership
Human Resources Management
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics
Managing Information Systems & Technology
Managerial Accounting
Financial Management
Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
Applied Methods Capstone
Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
Research Methodology
Managerial Communication
Data Analysis & Bus. Intelligence

Financial Management Concentration

Entrepreneurial Finance
Investment Analysis
Financial Institutes and Market
International Finance

Supply Chain Management Concentration

Intro to Supply Chain Management
Purchasing and Inventory Management
Transportation and Logistics Management
Electronic Commerce Marketing

Marketing Concentration

Entrepreneurial Marketing
Sales Management
Consumer Behavior
Financial Management Concentration
Entrepreneurial Finance
Investment Analysis
Financial Institutes and Market
International Finance

Supply Chain Management Concentration

Intro to Supply Chain Management
Purchasing and Inventory Management
Transportation and Logistics Management
Electronic Commerce Marketing

HRM Concentration

Leading Strategic Change within Organization
Managing International Human Resources
Managing Workplace and Conflict Resolution
Managing Global Diversity Electives
International Business
Operations Management
Applied Business Ethics
Project Management
Knowledge Management
Managerial Decision Making
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Management of Technological Innovation
Informatics for Managers
Financial Statement Analysis
Consumer Behavior