BBA

 

The BBA is a four year program spread over eight semesters. A student needs to complete 120 credit hours successfully to course work, project work and internship for graduation.

The program aims to provide a very strong foundation of management principles, mathematics, economics and other social sciences during the first two years of the program. In the last two years, students broaden their knowledge and skills in core management subjects and gain expertise in their area of specialization. Students learn key roles and functions of marketing, operations, finance and human resource management.

The elective courses provide a wider choice to students to gain insights on various emerging areas of business and social environment.

The BBA program not only broadens and deepens students’ understanding of business and management operations and environment, it also strengthens their communication, interpersonal, leadership and IT skills through various practical works. Students gain exposure to the practical world through the internship program and acquire research skills through the summer project.

Eligibility

The minimum entry level of the BBA program is Higher Secondary School Level (10+2) or equivalent with a minimum of second division (45% in aggregate). The applicant must pass the entrance tests conducted by the college.

BBA curricular structure

Semester I
  • English I
  • Business Mathematics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Management
  • Computer and IT Applications
Semester II
  • English II
  • Business Mathematics II
  • Financial Accounting II
  • General Psychology
  • Introductory Microeconomics

Semester III

  • Business Communications I
  • Business Statistics
  • Essentials of Finance
  • Fundamentals of Sociology
  • Introductory Microeconomics

Semester IV

  • Business Communications II
  • Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour
  • Data Analysis and Modelling
  • Business and Society
  • Financial Management

Semester V

  • Essentials of e-Business
  • Fundamentals of Operations Management
  • Management of Human Resources
  • Business Research Methods
  • Elective Course I

Semester VI

  • Introduction to MIS
  • Basics of Managerial Accounting
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Project Work
  • Elective Course II

Semester VII

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 351: Business Environment in Nepal
  • INT 291: Internship
  • Concentration Area Course I
  • Concentration Area Course II

Semester VIII

  • MGT 381: Strategic Management
  • MGT 311: Introduction to International Business
  • LAW 102: Legal Aspects of Business and Technology
  • Concentration Area Course III
  • Concentration Area Course IV
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Concentration Areas

  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources Management
  • Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Project Work

BBA students are required to undertake a field-based research assignment and conduct an empirical analysis of a business problem and prepare a report on a prescribed format. The report will be evaluated by the University.

Internship

Internship provides an on-the-job exposure and experience to students and provides an opportunity to apply the theoretical concepts in real life situations. Students are also required to prepare and internship report which will be duly evaluated by the college. BBA students will have the opportunity to undergo internship in business organizations associated with BL Conglomerate.

Grading System

BBA students will be evaluated on the international grading system with the range of 0-4 scale. To obtain the Bachelor degree, students must secure a CGPA average of 2.0.

Grading Categories

Letter Grade

Grade Points

Description

A

4.0

Excellent

A-

3.7

-

B+

3.3

-

B

3.0

Good

B-

2.7

-

C+

2.3

-

C

2.0

Satisfactory

C-

1.7

-

D+

1.3

-

D

1.0

Minimum Requirement

F

0

Fail

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