The 4-year Bachelor’s Degree program provides a fundamental education in business and management principles. The program typically allows students to specialize in one of multiple concentration areas, including international business, finance, marketing, computer information systems, and many more. BBA program can offer practical management training that can prepare students to successfully work within a large or small organization.

The objective of TU BBA program is to develop socially responsive, creative and result-oriented management professionals to fill up the middle level management positions in the rapidly growing business sector in Nepal and Abroad.

Universal College has been running BBA – TU program since 2061 B.S. under the guidance of renown.

Course Cycle

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

 

 

Fifth Semester 15 Credit Hours
SOC 201: Sociology 3 Credit Hours
FIN 202: Basic Financial Management 3 Credit Hours
ACC 203: Corporate Taxation in Nepal 3 Credit Hours
MGT 205: Operations Management 3 Credit Hours
MGT 207: International Business 3 Credit Hours

 

 

Sixth Semester      15 Credit Hours
MGT 203: Organizational Behaviour 3 Credit Hours
MGT 210: Entrepreneurship 3 Credit Hours
RCH 201: Business Research Methods 3 Credit Hours
SOC 202: Nepalese Society and Politics 3 Credit Hours
ITC 206: E-Commerce 3 Credit Hours

 

 

Seventh Semester  15 Credit Hours    
Three Specialization Courses 9 Credit Hours
PRJ 350: Summer Project 3 Credit Hours
MGT 209: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3 Credit Hours

 

 

 

Eighth Semester 15 Credit Hours 
Three Specialization Courses 9 Credit Hours
MGT 208: Business Strategy 3 Credit Hours
MGT 350: Internship 3 Credit Hours

 
 

 

Salient Features

  • Foreign Study Tour.
  • Experiential Learning: Through on-the-job training and corporate internships, students gain valuable work experience and exposure to real life situations.
  • 360 ° Personality Development: PDP (Personality Development Programs) involves personality-profiling of each student based on which the appropriate skills are

 

Effective Communication
Positive Attitude
Problem Solving
Leadership
Decision Making
Inter-Personal Skill
Public Speaking
Team Building

 

 

 

 

 

Jobs Prospective

Business life is one of the driving forces in contemporary society. It is also the most important employer on the labour market. Fortunately, UC Business Administration Bachelor’s degree gives you excellent options for a successful career. Here are some of the many places where you might work after studying Business Administration:

  • Multinationals, banks, pension funds and insurance companies (e.g. financial analyst)
  • Companies of all sizes in all industries (e.g. as marketing manager)
  • Government ministries (e.g. as advisor)
  • Academic institutions (e.g. as lecturer)
  • Consultancy firms (e.g. accountant or management consultant)
  • Start-ups (entrepreneur: setting up your own business)

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