Mid-West University (MWU), established by the government of Nepal with a parliament act on June 17, 2010. Mid-West University (MWU) MBA is a pioneering program in Nepal, which response to the current and emerging needs of the business, corporate world and also responds the need of the Government entities.
MWU MBA has been formed to prepare young individuals for careers as successful managers and entrepreneurs by developing managerial competence and acumen for the changing world.
MWU MBA envisions itself to emerge as a leading management program that emphasizes acquiring state-of-the-art management knowledge and techniques in a practical and application-oriented learning 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 they would be able to apply and integrate management concepts and skills to local situations with global perspectives and further would develop a specialization in one functional management discipline; and hence would demonstrate professional values, practices, and behaviors in managing organizations.
In each Semester the faculty members are responsible for the course and they evaluate the academic performance of students in each course offered. The academic performance of the students will be judged through:
- Continuous In-semester evaluation
- End-semester Examination
- The Continuous In-semester evaluation of the student will be made by the concerned faculty member in any or a combination of:
- Written test
- Workshop and seminar
- Semester paper
- Project work
- Case studies and group discussion
- Quizzes and oral test
In each course, the student will be evaluated on a 4-point scale
MWU MBA emphasizes more on student active involvement and learning by the students themselves rather than on teaching them. It aims to adopt teaching methods that facilitate students’ active participation and involvement. The main modes of teaching are:
- Lecturer and guest lecturer
- Group discussion and presentations;
- Field visits; Seminar and conferences
- Project work assignments, Role-play, etc.
Throughout the two-year program, students are motivated to define and analyze the problems or issues, evaluate options and make decisions. Lecture, oral presentation, and other teaching methods like role-playing, classroom exercises, debates, etc. are used to complement the case method and project works.
The candidate must have a Bachelor degree from the recognized academic institutions with minimum 45% or 2 CGPA.
MBA Course Structure
The MWU MBA course structure 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.
The level of courses that lead to MBA at MWU includes the following:
- Foundation [18 Credits]
- Management Core [24 credits]
- Integrative [12 Credits]
- Concentration [9 Credits]
- Internship and Project Work [7 Credits]
A student is required to complete altogether 23 courses totaling 70 credit hours to get the MBA degree.
MBA Syllabus – Total Credit Hours – 70
|Name of the Subject
|Foundation of Management
|Communication for Managers
|Financial and Management Accounting
|Quantitative Approach to Management
|Management Information Systems
|Human Resource Management
|Strategic and Operations Management
|Production and Operation Management
|Total Quantitative Management
|Entrepreneurship and Technology Management
|International Business Strategy
|Specialization Course (Any Three subjects from any one group)
|Finance (courses in Finance)
|Financial Institution and Market
|Strategic Financial Management
|Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
|Human Resources Management (course in Human Resource Management)
|Compensation and Benefit Management
|Human Resource Development
|Marketing (course in Marketing)
|Graduate Research Project
|An Introduction of Nepal (AIN)*