Master in Business Administration (Finance)

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Program Name:
Master in Business Administration (Finance)
Master Degree
Affiliated To:
Pokhara University
Program Duration:
2 years
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With the increasing trend of economic liberalization, privatization, globalization, and emergence of various international and regional organizations like WTO, SAFTA, BIMSTEK, etc., the economic, business, and financial activities of nations around the world are expanding, integrating and unifying rapidly. While this trend has opened up numerous opportunities for trade, industry, commerce, finance, investment, banks etc. for any nation, it is also  posing  serious challenges to develop its competitive edge over other organizations in the national as well as global markets.  In this scenario, the role of business people, entrepreneurs, managers, and academicians has been crucial.

To deal with this challenge calls forth sound visionary leadership and highly innovative entrepreneurship quality from the business community and management professionals that is imbibed with a thorough understanding of the emergent environments and in -depth and state- of- the- art knowledge and skills of banking and finance.  The Faculty of Management, Pokhara University has designed Master of Business Administration (Finance) u2013 MBA (Finance) program with the objective of preparing managers who are well conversant not only with the various latest managerial concepts, tools, and techniques but also with the banking, insurance and financial trends so that they can take up the challenges of leading and managing their organizations by building competitive edge in the national and global context.

The program deals with the issues on economic, financial, banking, foreign exchange, insurance, micro finance, etc. that affect the way business is conducted around the world. It aims to combine instruction, with opportunities to discuss course contents with faculty and students having a wide- range of finance expertise and perspective.

The principal objective of MBA (Finance) program is to develop expertise  of students  of Masters of Business Administration with a focus on the specialized areas  of finance including; the corporate finance, investments,  banking, insurance and micro finance. Besides,  the graduates of MBA (Finance) program will be able to serve as managers in different banks and financial institutions, business  firms, non-government organizations and government projects.  The program aims to:
> provide sound knowledge of principles and techniques  of managing business;
> provide the students  an understanding  of recent  trends in business  environment focusing specially from the financial perspective so that they can lead and manage  their organizations with confidence in the national and global contexts;  and
> make students creative, innovative and entrepreneurial in managing their organizations and building competitive edge in the national and global

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To be eligible for applying to study MBA (Finance) program at Uniglobe, you must have a CGPA of 2.0 out of 4.0 or a second division and 15 years of formal schooling including three years of bacheloru2019s degree in any discipline. Work experience is preferred, but not essential.

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Course Structure

> STT 501 Business Statistics - 3 Credits
> ECO 511 Economic Analysis for Business - 3 Credits
> IMS 521 Management Information System - 3 Credits
> ACC 515 Financial Reporting and Analysis - 3 Credits

> ACC 516 Management Accounting - 2 Credits
> FIN 531 Financial Management - 2 Credits
> STT 502 Data Analysis for Decision Modeling - 2 Credits
> MGT 542 Organization Behavior and Leadership - 2 Credits
> MKT 561 Marketing Management - 2 Credits
> COM 505 Managerial Communication - 2 Credits
> COM 506 Communication Skills: Practicum - 1 Credits

> ECO 512 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy - 2 Credits
> MGT 543 Human Resource Management - 2 Credits
> RES 611 Business Research Methodology - 2 Credits
> FIN 541 Corporate Finance - 2 Credits
> FIN 561 Investment Management - 2 Credits
> Concentration 1 - 2 Credits
> MGT 631 Graduate Seminar: Corporate Governance -1 Credits

> FIN 551 Financial Markets and Institutions - 2 Credits
> FIN 571 International Financial Management - 2 Credits
> MGT 546 Operations and Service Management - 2 Credits
> MGT 548 Entrepreneurship and Innovations - 2 Credits
> Concentration 2 - 2 Credits
> Elective 1  - 2 Credits

> Concentration 3 - 2 Credits
> Concentration 4 - 2 Credits
> Elective 2 - 2 Credits
> Internship  - 3 Credits

> MGT 549 Business Environment Analysis - 3 Credits
> MGT 550 Strategic Management - 3 Credits
> Seminar in (Concentration Area)   - 1 Credits
> RES 612 Graduate Research Project - 3 Credits

Total - 69 Credit

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