Apollo Int'l College , Lakhechaur Marg, New Baneshwor
Apollo Int'l College , Lakhechaur Marg, New Baneshwor
Undergraduate Program

Bachelors of Business Administration

Undergraduate Academic Program

Bachelor of Business Administration

The BBA Program of Pokhara University aims to provide  students with foundation knowledge and practical skills in various areas of business administration. It also intends to develop intellectual ability and managerial skills in students through business and other social science courses. Besides, the program helps the students to
develop proper attitudes and qualities required for managing business functions.

Department Contact Info

Bachelor Of Business Administration

Lakhechour Marga
Mid-Baneshwor, KTM

+01-4474845, 4474851
apollo.aic@gmail.com

Sun – Fri 6:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

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BBA Syllabus

BBA Course Details

First Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG 101: English I
  • MTH 101:Business Mathematics I
  • ACC121: Financial Accounting I
  • MGT111: Principles of Management
  • MIS101: Computer and IT Applications

Third Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG201: Business Communication I
  • STT101: Business Statistics
  • FIN131: Essentials of Finance
  • SOC101: Fundamentals of Sociology
  • ECO201: Introductory Macroeconomics

Fifth Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • ACC221: Basics of Managerial Accounting
  • RCH311: Business Research Method
  • MGT314: Management of Human Resources
  • Fundamentals of Operations Management
  • Concentration I

Seventh Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • MGT411: Business Environment In Nepal
  • MGT312: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • INT391: Internship
  • Elective-I
  • Concentration-III

Second Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG102: English – II
  • ACC122: Financial Accounting-II
  • PSY101: General Psychology
  • ECO101:Introductory Micro-economics
  • MTH102: Business Mathematics-II

Fourth Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • ENG202: Businesss Communication-II
  • STT201: Data Analysis and Modeling
  • MGT211: Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour
  • MKT241: Principles of Marketing
  • FIN231: Financial Management

Sixth Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • MIS201: Introduction to Management Information Systems
  • LAW291: Legal Aspects of Business and Technology
  • MGT212: Business and Society
  • PRJ491: Project Work
  • Concentration-II

Eighth Semester: 15 Credit Hours

  • MGT412: Strategic Management
  • MGT313: Introduction to International Business
  • MIS301: Esentials of e-Business
  • Elective-II
  • Concentration-IV

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

The curriculum is designed to equip students with the competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for success in management field. The coursework gives students a broad and holistic view of the challenges in today’s business environment. The BBA program provides students basis for career growth and prepares them for higher studies.The program specifically aims to produce the graduates who:

  • have a sound knowledge and proper conceptual underpinnings of business management,
  • are well acquainted with the broad contexts of business organizations in Nepal and outside,
  • possess analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills,
  • possess the ability to use electronic media and computers to solve organizational problems,
  • have the ability to work in teams and individually and
  • have awareness of the environmental factors, social/functional relationships, and ethical standards that affect business and administrative decisions within an organization.

Why BBA ?

The BBA is a four-year program structured in eight semesters. A student needs to complete 120 credit hours of course work, project work and internship for graduation. Besides lectures, the classes are facilitated by case studies, group discussions, project assignments, field visits, class presentations and other teaching methods. In order to develop communication and interpersonal skills, students are emphasized to participate in class activities, group discussions and individual presentations. The medium of instruction and examination for this program will be English, and a student is expected to have good English language proficiency with acceptable communication skills.