Through our integrated MBA curriculum, taught via a variety of learning methods, you learn more than a set of management skills–you learn a new way of looking at the world, business, and yourself. You broaden your perspective as you learn the cross-functional ways today’s organisations work. You learn how to utilise resources and skills to solve problems. The many concentrations and electives, it helps you deepen your expertise in the area of your professional interest. You learn to understand complex problems and solve them creatively.

You will find our two-year, 66 credit hour MBA curriculum flexible enough to meet your background and career aspirations. It helps you prepare for life-long leadership.

Trimester Plan MBA

Trimester I Credits
Business Statistics 3
Economic Analysis for Business 3
Management Information System 3
Financial Reporting and Analysis 3
Trimester II Credits
Emerging Concepts in Management 2
Managerial Communication 2
Data Analysis for Decision Modeling 2
Macroeconomics and the Global Economy 2
OB and Leadership 2
Communication Skill: Practicum 1
Trimester III Credits
Managerial Accounting 2
Financial Management 2
Marketing Management 2
Human Resource Management 2
Business Research Methodology 2
E-Commerce: Practicum 1
Trimester IV Credits
Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2
International Business 2
Operations and Service Management 2
Concentration I 2
Concentration II 2
Business Development Plan: Graduate Seminar 1
Trimester V Credits
Concentration III 2
Concentration IV 2
Elective I 2
Elective II 2
Internship 3
Trimester VI Credits
Business Environment Analysis 3
Strategic Management 3
Graduate Research Project 3
Corporate Governance: Graduate Seminar 1

Concentration MBA

The MBA program offers you an opportunity to concentrate on areas like Marketing, Finance and Human Resource Management. You can choose any area of concentration from among several career-focused courses. You are required to select and complete any four courses, equal to eight credit hours, from any one of the following concentration areas:

Marketing Credits
Marketing Research 2
Consumer Behavior 2
Promotions Management 2
Service Marketing Strategy 2
Global Marketing 2
Strategic Brand Management 2
Finance Credits
Management of Capital Investment Decisions 2
Corporate Financing Decisions 2
Working Capital Management 2
Financial Institutions and Markets 2
Portfolio Management and Security Analysis 2
International Finance 2
Financial Derivatives and Risk Management 2
Financial Restructuring Strategy 2
Human Resource Management Credits
HRD Strategies 2
Compensation Management 2
Career Development Strategies in HRM 2
Employee Relations Management 2
Performance Management 2
International HRM 2
Seminar in HRM 2
General Management Credits
Organizational Development 2
International Management 2
Management Challenges in Emerging Economies 2
Conflict Management and Negotiation Strategies 2
Managing for Quality Improvement 2
Knowledge Management 2
Competitive Strategy 2
Seminar in General Management 2
Management Science and Systems Credits
Business Processing Re-engineering 2
Total Quality Management 2
System Analysis and Design 2
Optimization Theory 2
Decision Support System 2
Supply Chain and Global Operations 2
Database Management 2
Business Simulation 2

MBA Electives

You may select elective courses to suit your background and career aspirations. You are required to successfully complete two courses, equivalent to four credits, from the following courses:

Electives Credits
Tourism and Hospitality Management 2
Bank Operations and Management 2
Insurance and Risk Management 2
Real Estate Management 2
Management of Technology 2
Business Tax Planning 2
Project Management 2
Multinational Management 2
Social Entrepreneurship 2
Strategies for Sustainable Management 2
Management of Service Sector Organizations 2
Productivity Perspective in Management Development 2
Rural Marketing and Agribusiness 2

MBA Evaluation And Grading

Your performance during the MBA and MBA Evening program will be evaluated and graded as per the Evaluation and Grading system of Pokhara University. Your performance in a course is evaluated internally by the concerned faculty member and externally by the Office of the Controller of Examinations (CoE) of Pokhara University. The pass mark in each course will be a minimum Grade of C or GPA of 2.0. However, students must secure a minimum CGPA of 3.0 at the end of the program.

Your performance will be graded as per the following scale:

Grade Honor Points(CGPA) Description
A 4.0 Excellent
A- 3.7
B+ 3.3
B 3.0 Good
B- 2.7
C+ 2.3
C 2.0
F 0.0 Fail