Master of Business Studies – MBS

Affiliation: Tribhuvan University

Duration: 4 years

Eligibility: Minimum of 15 years of schooling

Master of Business Studies (MBS) is a two year- 4 semester program of the Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University. The Master of Business Studies (MBS) degree is a unique degree to make Students up-to-date with the modern practices and changes in the field of business studies.
The curriculum of MBS is designed in order to develop skills in Students for being able to take higher level managerial position in private and public sectors.

  • Equip the Students with the required conceptual knowledge of business and management.

  • Prepare managers in the functional areas of management.

  • Develop knowledge and skills for the business environment in the national and global perspective.

  • Encourage entrepreneurial capabilities in Students to make them effective change agents in the Nepalese society.

  • Develop research capability in the Students.

Financial Manager

Financial Managers oversee the financial activities and transactions of companies such as cash management and investment activities, create financial procedures, and budgeting process.

Investment Banker

Investment Bankers help companies, organizations, and government agencies raise money in the capital markets.

Marketing Manager

Marketing Managers help companies expand into new markets and obtain new customers. Their objective is increasing sales and profitability.

Sales Manager

Identify and recommend improvements in sales procedures. Create new promotions to improve sales performance.

Business Analyst

They have to analyze a couple of things including tasks and workshops and give statistical advice to management team.

Management Consultant

They help organizations solve issues, create value, maximize growth, and improve business performance.

Business Researcher

Creating a detailed business analysis, outlining problems, opportunities and solutions for a business.

    First Semester
  • MKT 511: Marketing Management
  • ECO 512: Managerial Economics
  • MSC 514: Statistical Methods
  • MGT 515: Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 519: Managerial Communication
  • Second Semester
  • FIN 510: Financial Management
  • MGT 513: Human Resource Management
  • MSC 517: Production and Operations Management
  • ACC 517: Management Accountancy
  • MGT 518: Business Environment
  • Third Semester
  • ACC 519: Accounting for Financial and Managerial Decision and Control
  • MSC 521: Research Methodology
  • MGT 522: International Business
  • MGT 524: Entrepreneurship
  • FIN 688: Corporate Finance (Specialization Course)
  • Fourth Semester
  • MGT 523: Strategic Management
  • MGT 525: Dissertation
  • FIN685 Financial Markets and Institutions
  • FIN689 Investment Management