Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Kathmandu University


Kathmandu University

Management

2 year(s)


THE KUSOM MBA program is an intensive two year course spread over six terms of full time study. In the first year, students complete three terms, each lasting 14 weeks involving intensive class -room study and practical business projects. In the second year, they complete three terms with an option of earning more credits in their area of concentration or taking more electives to broaden their managerial competency base. During the entire sixth term, students work as management interns in organizations for hands- on experience of management in real time.

 

The annual cycle of KUSOM MBA program is as follows:

  1. Spring Term (February to May)
  2. Summer Term (June to September)
  3. Fall Term (October to January)

Student's perspective about MBA


   
  
 



Admission criteria

Fee Structure: Total MBA package of Kathmandu University is 350,000

 

Rs 5,000 is caution money in MBA. It will be returned after completion of the program.
  1. The amount is payable in 11 Installments
  2. For Students from SAARC countries, one and half times of the normal fee;
  3. For students from other countries, double the normal fee.
  4. These expenses do not include cost of books and stationary , accommodation, or any other personal expenses.
  5. The fees charged by the School are subject to change without prior notification.

Eligibility

Eligibility

Nepali and Non Nepali nationals with a Bachelors degree of at least three years duration or equivalent degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent  in aggregate or 2.5 CGPA on a scale of 4 from universities recognized by Kathmandu University.  


Curricular structure

MBA CURRICULUM

The MBA curriculum is designed to enrich both theoretical and practical knowledge in management while helping them to enhance the depth and breadth of their managerial capabilities.

It contains the best and the latest in management knowledge and practice to keep students updated with the evolving nature and challenges of management profession. 

Five structured levels of courses that lead to MBA degree are:

  •     Foundation [14 credits]
  •     Management Core [24 credits]
  •     Integrative [17 credits]
  •     Concentration [9 credits]
  •     Elective [3 credits]

A student is required to complete altogether 20 courses totaling 67 credit hours, including a corporate project, to get the MBA degree. Students have the option of earning more credit by taking additional courses as extended concentration and/or electives in an additional term. This gives them opportunity for earning up to 79 credits in total.

MBA COURSES

Foundation [14 Credits] Management Core [24 Credits]
  • Accounting for Managers [4]
  • Business Economics [4]
  • Managerial Communication [3]
  • Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decisions [3]
  • Financial Management [4]
  • Marketing Management [4]
  • Managing People and Performance[4]
  • Managing Operations and Technology [3]
  • Management Information System [3]
  • Business Environment [3]
  • Corporate Law [3]
Integrative [17 Credits] Elective [3 Credits] 
  • Strategic Management [4]
  • Entrepreneurial Management [4]
  • Global Business Management [4]
  • Organizational Change and Leadership [2]
  • Corporate Project [3]
  • Organization Development
  • Total Quality Management
  • Business Dynamics
  • Project Appraisal and Financing
  • Econometrics
  • Knowledge Management
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Project Management
  • Research Methodology
  • e-Business
  • Organization and People
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Corporate Governance and Control
  • Thesis Work

Concentration [9 Credits] 

 

Finance Marketing
  • Financial Markets
  • Financial Institutions Management
  • Investment Management
  • Financial Engineering and Risk Management
  • Working Capital Management
  • Tax Planning
  • International Financial Management
  • Financial Planning and Strategy
  • Advanced Finance Theory
  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Project Finance
  • Independent Study / Project Work
  • Marketing Research
  • Marketing Communication
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Service Marketing
  • Internet Marketing
  • Sales Management
  • Social Marketing
  • Product and Brand Management
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Independent Study / Project Work
Human Resource MIS
  • Human Resource Development
  • Employee Performance Management
  • Employee Compensation Management
  • Employee Recruitment and Selection
  • Industrial Relations and Employment Laws
  • Human Resource Strategies
  • Training System Management
  • Managing Quality of Work Life
  • Independent Study / Project Work
  • System Analysis and System Design
  • Decision Support System
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Independent Study / Project Work

 

Project Management

  • Project Management
  • Project Development/ Formulation
  • Project Implementation
  • Project Monitoring, Evaluation and Sustainability
  • Independent Study / Project Work