MBA is the world’s most valuable business qualification. It is a powerful embodiment of some of the most desirable attributes in any executive: intelligence, innovation and determination.
The Master of Business Administration curriculum includes a whole range of exciting courses. The goal is to develop motivation in students to appreciate the wisdom of acquiring lifelong learning; to equip students with well developed analytical, conceptual, quantitative human skills; to nurture positive attitude and self-confidence; and to develop the ability in leading and working in teams, and to shoulder responsibility and understand business ethics.
The PBS MBA conceived primarily to suit the need of the working professionals is a 2 years, 60-credit program structured to allow enough flexibility for (working) students. Equally competitive with the existent full-time courses within the domestic curricula from diverse national universities, this Westcliff University degree offered by PBS is an internationally-recognized degree, which is hybrid in nature. While it adheres to a global standard of curriculum to garner international recognition, it also integrates local business/ managerial values to produce human resources that cater to the need of the domestic market in addition to the international one.
The inductive learning model of MBA at PBS transcends the confines of facts and theories—a process that teaches individuals not only how to manage organizations, but also how to continually grow and learn throughout life. The PBS MBA, in fact, blends theory with practical applications, consolidated further by insightful (guest) lectures, thorough examinations of real-life cases, field studies, project works, workshops and seminars, presentation sessions, and training programs. Moreover, the program keeps itself abreast of the current trends, hence, fashioning the careers and honing the skills of future CEOs, managers and otherwise through as much empirical learning as through abstract theories. Students also benefit from an array of elective specializations. Some major areas of specialization are explored on the basis of the current international job market trends and needs.
The MBA program at PBS encourages students to achieve the following academic and professional objectives:
The purpose of the MBA Organizational Management is to provide students with the skills and practical and theoretical concepts that will assist them when seeking promotions or positions in management and supervision. This program is designed to prepare diverse adult learners to become effective, change-oriented leaders in an international society by adding distinctive and challenging curricula.
|Course Requirements (60 Credit Hours)|
|BUS 600||Managerial Communication||3 Credits|
|BUS 535||Managerial Accounting||3 Credits|
|BUS 540||Organizational Behavior||3 Credits|
|BUS 604||Data Analysis & Business Intelligence||3 Credits|
|BUS 500||Organizational Leadership||3 Credits|
|BUS 505||Managerial Economics||3 Credits|
|BUS 530||Managing Information Systems & Technology||3 Credits|
|BUS 607||Human Resources Management||3 Credits|
|BUS 550||Financial Management||3 Credits|
|BUS 510||Marketing Management||3 Credits|
|BUS 601||Operations Management||3 Credits|
|BUS 605||Business Research Methodology||3 Credits|
|BUS 651||Entrepreneurship and New Ventures||3 Credits|
|BUS 602||Business Law||3 Credits|
|BUS 641||Leading Strategic Change within Organization||3 Credits|
|BUS 642||Managing Workplace and Conflict Resolution||3 Credits|
|BUS 632||International Human Resource Management||3 Credits|
|BUS 525||Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy||3 Credits|
|BUS 640||Managerial Decision Making||3 Credits|
|BUS 557||Applied Methods Capstone||3 Credits|
Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from recognized university of Nepal or from universities around the globe with a minimum CGPA of 2.0, or 45% or an equivalent grade scale in undergraduate level.
Student must complete sixty (60) prescribed credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, including 48 credits MBA core course and 12 credits concentration course.