Universal College has been running BBA - TU program since 2061 B.S. under the guidance of renowned scholar Prof. Dr. Upendra Kumar Koirala.
FOM's goals are to:
- Prepare professional managers capable of handling business in a dynamic global environment.
- Produce socially responsible and creative entrepreneurs capable of promoting business and industry for the socio-economic development of Nepal.
- Conduct research and management development programs for updating the knowledge and skill base of academics and practicing managers.
- Innovate and promote management programs catering to the various social and economic sectors of Nepal.
- Establish linkages with leading universities and management institutes abroad and collaborate with them in program development and implementation.
Mission and Objectives
The mission of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program is to develop socially responsive, creative, and result-oriented management professionals to fill up the middle level managerial positions in the rapidly growing business sector in Nepal and abroad.
- Prepare students to take-up middle level managerial positions in the business sector.
- Develop students' skill in object-oriented business management capable of understanding and solving practical business problems creatively.
- Provide professional management education with a blend of computer and management information system courses.
- Prepare students to proceed onto postgraduate level study in business administration.
4.Eligibility for Admission
The candidates applying for admission to the BBA program must have:
- Successfully completed +2/ equivalent level from any university/board/institution recognized by Tribhuvan University.
- Secured at least second division at the +2/equivalent level, and
- Complied with all the application procedures.
Eligible applicants are required to appear in the Entrance Test - CMAT (Central Management Admission Test) conducted by the Faculty of Management. The test will follow the international testing patterns and standards. It includes the following areas:
verbal ability, quantitative ability, logical reasoning, and general awareness.
There shall be altogether 100 objective questions in the CMAT, containing 25 questions in each section. Students must secure a minimum of 40% marks in the CMAT in order to qualify for the interview.
Applicants securing above cut off point marks in the CMAT will be short-listed. Only short listed candidates will be interviewed and selected for admission.
|First Semester||15 Credit Hours|
|ENG 201: Micro Economics||3 Credit Hours|
|MGT 201: English - I||3 Credit Hours|
|ECO 201: Principles of Management||3 Credit Hours|
|MTH 201: Business Mathematics – I||3 Credit Hours|
|IT 201: Computer System and IT Applications||3 Credit Hours|
|Second Semester||15 Credit Hours|
|ENG 202: English –II||3 Credit Hours|
|MGT 202: Human Resource Management||3 Credit Hours|
|ECO 202: Macro Economics||3 Credit Hours|
|MTH 202: Business Mathematics - II||3 Credit Hours|
|IT 202: Introductory Database||3 Credit Hours|
|Third Semester||15 Credit Hours|
|ENG 203: Business Communications||3 Credit Hours|
|STT 201: Financial Accounting||3 Credit Hours|
|ACC 201: Business Statistics||3 Credit Hours|
|FIN 201: Business Finance||3 Credit Hours|
|IT 203: Management Information System||3 Credit Hours|
|Fourth Semester||15 Credit Hours|
|MGT 204: Business Law||3 Credit Hours|
|PSY 201: Basic Psychology||3 Credit Hours|
|MKT 201: Fundamental of Marketing||3 Credit Hours|
|MGT 206: Business Environment in Nepal||3 Credit Hours|
|ACC 202: Cost and Management Accounting||3 Credit Hours|
|New syllabus yet to be published|
|Sixth Semester||15 Credit Hours|
|MKT 202: Marketing Communication||3 Credit Hours|
|MGT 208: Business Strategy||3 Credit Hours|
|ITC 206: E-Commerce||3 Credit Hours|
|LOG 201: Critical Thinking and Decision Making||3 Credit Hours|
|LOG 201: Critical Thinking and Decision Making||3 Credit Hours|
|Seventh Semester ( Marketing Group)||15 Credit Hours|
|MKM 201: Buyer's Behaviour||3 Credit Hours|
|MKM 202: Brand Management||3 Credit Hours|
|MKM 203: Distribution Management||3 Credit Hours|
|MKM 204: Service Marketing||3 Credit Hours|
|MKM 205: Selling||3 Credit Hours|
|Seventh Semester ( Finance Group)||15 Credit Hours|
|BFN 201: Financial Institution and Markets - I||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 203: Financial Derivatives and Risk Management||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 204: Working Capital Management||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 205: Investment Analysis - I||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 207: Capital Investment Decisions||3 Credit Hours|
|Eighth Semester ( Marketing Group)||15 Credit Hours|
|MKM 206: Export Marketing||3 Credit Hours|
|MKM 207: Sales Management||3 Credit Hours|
|MKT 208: Retail Marketing Management||3 Credit Hours|
|Eighth Semester ( Finance Group)||15 Credit Hours|
|BFN 202: Financial Institutions and Markets - II||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 206: Investment Analysis - II||3 Credit Hours|
|BFN 208: Marketing FInancail Services||3 Credit Hours|
UC believes in inspiration, not in enforcement. Our faculty members apply various teaching-learning techniques such as class lectures, group discussions, case studies, guest lectures, role play, research works, field visits, project works (individual and group), assignments (theoretical and practical), and writing term papers. The teaching faculty will determine the choice of teaching pedagogy as per the need of the course. The concerned faculty shall develop a detailed course outline and work plan at the beginning of each semester and also recommend the basic text and other reference materials for effective teaching-learning of the course modules.
8.Internal Evaluation and Grading
BBA program evaluation system is comprised of internal and external systems as prescribed by TU. 60% marks are based on TU Semester-End Board Exam and college internal assessment / evaluation system constitutes 40% marks which is based on attendance, home assignments, internal tests (monthly, terminal exams, pre-board exam), research and project works, case analysis, disciplinary matters, presentation and participation in the activities etc. and it is entirely controlled by teaching faculty members concerned. A student can be disqualified for the TU board exam if he/she fails to maintain minimum requirements.
3.5 to 4.0
1st with Distinction
C grade is required to pass the semester exam.
2.5 to 3.4
2.0 to 2.4
1.5 to 1.9
Pass in Individual Paper
9.Make-up Examination and Re-registration
In case of failure in one or more courses at the end of semester examinations, students can appear in make-up examination in the subsequent semester. A student can appear only on two courses (6 credit hours) in the make-up examination. If the student fails in the make-up examination he / she shall have to re-register and repeat the course as per the course cycle. A student can re-register only two courses (6 credit hours) in a semester. The examination of the re-registered courses shall be held as per the course cycle.
10.Attendance and Transfer
Students are required to attend regularly all theory and practical classes, assignments, study tours, field trips, guest lectures, seminars and presentations as required by the course. A student is required to attend at least 90% of such activities in order to qualify for the semester examination. Once admitted, no students will be allowed to transfer from this college to other college. Once admitted, no student will be allowed to be transferred in any case and no remaining balance will be refunded in case of drop-out.
BBA classes are run in the morning between 0700 – 1230 hrs as per College Academic Calendar.
Every year four students are awarded 50% scholarships according to TU rules and regulations.
In the final semester, students shall be attached to organizations where they have to work for a period of eight weeks to get a practical experience in a job. Each student shall prepare an individual project report in the prescribed format based on his/her work in the respective organization assigned. Evaluation of the internship shall be based on the confidential report by the organization, project report and presentation of the report. The report must be submitted by the end of the eighth semester. Students must secure a minimum grade of "C" in the internship.