Bachelor of Business Administration (BBM) 4 years and 8 semesters from Tribhuvan University, School of Management. Each semester comprises 16 weeks of intensive study. This program comprises 120 units.
Students wishing to enroll in the BBM program must pass the CMAT exam. More than 50 business schools in Nepal offer a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBM) affiliate with the University of Tribune. The BBM program at Tribhuvan University's School of Management is aimed at aspiring leaders and future leaders. BBM alumni have the knowledge, skills, and confidence required to manage effectively and successfully in an ever-changing and competitive national and global business environment. This course is designed to train middle management workers in sectoral areas.
The following are the objectives of this program:
Eligible are students who have passed 10 exams 2 or equivalent from a renowned second-degree institution (45% or higher) or 1.8 CGPA.
Students applying for the BBM program must fill out a blank application form with full details of their personal information and previous educational background. The selection of students should be based on a three-step screening process that includes a written test, a face-to-face presentation, and an interview.
The Central Management Admission Test (CMAT) must be taken at the FOM, which tests the students' basic verbal and quantitative skills. The test must be in SAT format. The universities running the program offer individual lectures and interviews to help select the right candidates. The College Admissions Committee has the final say in selecting students for the BBM program.
Admissions of the students in BBM program of Tribhuvan University will be strictly on the basis of merit list. Merit list is prepared on the basis of:
The following are the job opportunities that open up after successful completion of the Bachelor of Business Management program:
The BBM program is based on a semester system. It is a 4-year program spread over eight semesters, each semester constitutes 16 weeks of intensive study. The program covers 120 credit hours. The curricular structure has business tool courses, business foundation courses, focus area courses, and elective area courses.
Business tool courses: 36 Credit Hours (Each course constitute of 3 credit hours)
Business foundation courses: 60 Credit hours
Focus Area Courses: 15 Credit hours
Focus Area: Bank Operations and Cooperative Management (5 Courses)
Focus Area: Sales and Marketing (5 Courses)
Focus Area: Insurance and Risk Management (5 Courses)
Focus Area: Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (5 Courses)
Electives: 9 Credit Hours (Three Courses)
PRJ 351: Project and Report Writing: 6 Credit hours
MGT 351: Internship: 6 Credit hours
Semester I: 15 Credit Hours
Semester II: 15 Credit Hours
Semester III: 15 Credit Hours
Semester IV: 15 Credit Hours
Semester V: 15 Credit Hours
Semester VI: 15 Credit Hours
Semester VII: 15 Credit Hours
Semester VIII: 15 Credit Hours