Study Load: Full Time
Course Category: Business & Management
Degree Level: Master
Organizational Leadership This course introduces the organizational leadership program at an advanced level. It discusses Kouzes & Posner’s model of leadership as applicable to business organizations. Students have the opportunity to examine their own leadership styles in the light of this model. Through their studies, students are able to assess, understand, and improve their own approach to leading, as well as their ability to select and evaluate leaders.
This course is an applied financial and managerial accounting course. The course focuses on the principles of financial and managerial accounting used to resolve difficult strategic and operational decisions. The objective of this course is to provide the decision makers with financial and managerial accounting theory, concepts, and tools necessary to make better financial management decisions as well as enable the student to make sound judgments regarding financial analyses performed by others.
BUS 540 Organizational Behaviour
Organizational behavior (OB) is a relatively young field of inquiry that studies what people think, feel, and do in and around organizations. Organizations are groups of people who work interdependently toward some common purpose. Organizational Behavior (OB) concepts help us to predict and understand organizational events, adopt more accurate theories of reality, and influence organizational events. This field of knowledge also improves the organization’s financial health.
This course equips corporate managers with the essential microeconomic knowledge and business application to enhance their efficiency in allocation of the firm’s scarce resources and achieve shareholders' value maximization mission. It entails economic analysis that assists managers to develop long term business strategies, decisions to promote business competitiveness, and ensure sustainability of the firm in a globally challenging environment. It involves long term capital management tools, sale forecasting techniques, trend analysis, time series, optimal scale of operation, economies of scale, economies of scope, and break-even analysis as applied in the capital budgeting decision making of the managers. It encompasses the analysis of basic microeconomic theories of demand, supply, cost, price, optimal differential price level, price discrimination, and revenue as applied in the managerial decision making each with current real-life business examples.
This course is an applied managerial accounting course. The course focuses on the theory, concepts, and tools necessary for accountants to record internal information for decision making purposes.
This course develops a foundation of concepts and solutions that supports the planning, scheduling, controlling, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for successful completion of a project.
Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
This course focuses on strategic management and strategic competitiveness of business firms. It explains the opportunities, threats, and industry competition, resources, capabilities, core competencies, and competitive advantages of the firms. Other topics include the strategic actions, strategy formulation, competitive rivalry, competitive dynamics, corporate-level strategy, merger and acquisition strategies, and identifying international opportunities. Students deal with case studies of the real world by analyzing the strategic role of information systems, marketing, and management within modern business organizations.
Managing Information Systems and Technology
This course focuses on the impact of technology on organizations. Topics include information awareness, decision architecture and internal knowledge dissemination. In addition, the course will cover tools and techniques for competitive analysis, strategic planning, and strategy implementation, addressing the use of information, knowledge, and technology as a strategic asset.
Business Research Methodology
Business Research teaches students how to gather and analyze data to assist in making managerial decisions. The course addresses both quantitative and qualitative research techniques, including research process, written questionnaires, telephone surveys, online survey, focus groups, measurement and scaling, sampling design and data analysis. Emphasis is placed on examining how business research can help managers make better decisions, plans and policies to run the organization.
This course presents a comprehensive approach to marketing and brand management, including: marketing strategy and competitive differentiation, segmentation and targeting; the positing levels of product, price, promotions, and distribution (placement). In addition, the course will focus on consumer marketing and the creation and management of consumer-oriented marketing campaigns. A global market perspective is also introduced and examined.
The purpose of MBA Agribusiness course is to train and equip students to be effective management professionals of agribusiness and its allied sectors. MBA Agribusiness professionals have opportunities to work as agribusiness managers, marketing managers, finance managers, traders, analysts, bank managers, HR managers, etc in different sectors of agribusiness in Nepal and abroad. Some of the prominent sectors for MBA Agribusiness professionals to the lead career are:
Banks (Government and Private)
Public Service Commission
Industry (Poultry, Dairy, etc)