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Program Overview

Affiliation

Pokhara University

ELIGIBILITY

Undergraduate Degree

Duration

2 years(6 Trimesters)

Total Credit

66

Class Timing

Morning

Location

Ace Institute of Management, New Baneshwor

Guided by our philosophy that each one of us learns differently and that no one approach is superior to the other, we encourage students to take responsibility for their learning. Teachers are encouraged to serve as facilitators helping students learn rather than teach them.

Educational methods such as lectures, small group exercises, management games, project work, case studies and presentations are used. Computers, statistical kits and audio-visual aids are also extensively used.

Lecture sessions are interactive and students are encouraged to participate using case analysis and presentation, reviews and feedback, and project works involving studies of real organizations and practical internships.

Eligiblity for Enrollment

Successful completion of undergraduate degree before the session begins.

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Curricular Structure

Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
STT 501 Business Statistics 3
ECO 511 Economic Analysis for Business 3
IMS 521 Management Information Systems 3
ACC 515 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3
Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 541 Emerging Concepts in Management 2
COM 505 Managerial Communication 2
STT 502 Data Analysis for Decision Modeling 2
ECO 512 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy 2
MGT 542 Organizational Behavior and Leadership 2
COM 506 Communication Skills Practicum 1
Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
ACC 516 Managerial Accounting 2
FIN 531 Financial Management 2
MKT 561 Marketing Management 2
MGT 543 Human Resource Management 2
RES 611 Business Research Methodology 2
IMS 522 E-Commerce: Practicum 1
Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 544 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2
MGT 545 International Business 2
MGT 546 Operations and Service Management 2
MGT 547 Business Development Plan: Graduate Seminar 1
Concentration I 2
Concentration II 2
Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
Concentration III 2
Concentration IV 2
Elective I 2
Elective II 2
MGT 548 Internship 3
Course Code Course Description Credit Hours
MGT 549 Business Environment Analysis 3
MGT 550 Strategic Management 3
RES 612 Graduate Research Project 3
MGT 551 Corporate Governance: Graduate Seminar 1

MBA Specialization Courses and Course Codes

The program offers several career-focused concentrations. These courses allow students to gain additional knowledge and skills on specific concentration areas. The students are required to select any four courses from any one of the following concentration areas.

FIN 632 Financial Institutions and Markets
FIN 633 Portfolio Management and Security Analysis
FIN 634 International Finance
FIN 635 Financial Derivatives and Risk Management
FIN 636 Management of Capital Investment Decisions
FIN 637 Corporate Financing Decisions
FIN 638 Working Capital Management
FIN 639 Financial Restructuring Strategy
MKT 662 Service Marketing Strategy
MKT 663 Marketing Research
MKT 664 Consumer Behavior
MKT 665 Promotions Management
MKT 666 Global Marketing
MKT 667 Strategic Brand Management
MSC 621 Business Process Re-engineering
MSC 622 Total Quality Management
MSC 623 System Analysis & Design
MSC 624 Optimization Theory
MSC 625 Decision Support System
MSC 626 Supply Chain and Global Operations
MSC 627 Database Management
MSC 628 Business Simulation
MGT 671 HRD Strategies
MGT 672 Compensation Management
MGT 673 Career Development Strategies in HRM
MGT 674 Employee Relations Management
MGT 675 Performance Management
MGT 676 International HRM
MGT 677 Seminar in HRM
MGT 651 Organizational Development
MGT 652 International Management
MGT 653 Management Challenges in Emerging Economies
MGT 654 Conflict Management and Negotiation Strategies
MGT 655 Managing for Quality Improvement
MGT 656 Knowledge Management
MGT 657 Competitive Strategy
MGT 658 Seminar in General Management

Electives

(Courses of 2.0 credits each)

The following courses have been identified for electives. These courses offer students the flexibility to customize their needs and meet their career interests and goals. These are basically sectoral and application courses which address the systematic integration across all of business disciplines.

  • Real Estate Management
  • Management of Technology
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Business Tax Planning
  • Project Management
  • Bank Operations and Management
  • Multinational Management
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Strategies for Sustainable Management
  • Management of Service Sector Organizations
  • Productivity Perspective in Management Development
  • Rural Marketing and Agribusiness

Admission Procedure

1. Online Form Submission

All candidates are required to complete an online application form to be registered for the admission process. The link to the online form is given below:

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2. Computer Based Test (CBT)

After the submission of online form, all candidates should appear for a Computer Based Test (CBT) conducted by Ace Institute of Management. It is a two-hour long test which can be taken at the convenience of the applicant. The admission office will provide a date and time of the CBT to the applicant after receiving the completed application.

3. Personal Interview

After the completion of the CBT, the applicants will need to appear for a personal Interview which is the final stage of the selection process. Upon completion of personal interview, selected applicants will be issued the Offer of Admission.

Documents to be submitted

Scanned copies of all the academic/professional qualifications and transcripts (SLC, Higher Secondary, Bachelors ) should be emailed to admissions@ace.edu.np

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