The MBA evening degree is for young aspirants who want to earn an MBA degree and gather work experience simultaneously. This program allows fresh graduates to work and study together without compromising on either. The program accommodates the need to learn and earn together.
The program is similar to the regular MBA. On completion of the program, the student will be conferred the Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree by Pokhara University.
The main differences in MBA & MBA evening are:
Minimum time of completion: 32 months spread over 8 trimesters. Since the participants’ need is to learn and work together, the 32-month period will allow participants to settle in their jobs as well as put the required effort to earn a degree without compromising on the learning. In this way, the participants are not over burdened with the rigors of the program and also have the required time to withstand the pressures of a job.
Corresponding study plan: The study plan accommodates the learning needs of the participants and the minimum time of completion. It ensures that the participants are not overloaded with course work and therefore will not be compromising on their acquisition of knowledge and skills.
Class timings: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, 6 days a week (Sunday-Friday)
Examinations: The participants of the MBA evening program will take the same examination as the MBA regular students conducted by the university.
For successful completion of the degree, a student is required to take 27 courses and 4 practicum and graduate seminars (equivalent to 66 credit hours). Students are required to complete 7 foundation and analytical tool courses (18 credits), 10 core and functional courses (20 credits), 2 capstone courses (6 credits), 4 concentration/ specialization courses (8 credits), 2 electives (4 credits) and graduate research project, internship, seminars, and other projects (10 credits).
The main objective of the degree is to provide participants the opportunity to enhance their professionalism. It aims to imbibe a sense of strategic outlook to management problems in students. The emphasis, therefore, is on management as an integrated process and requires the students to develop a global view of economic, technological, cultural and political environment of business.
The program specifically intends to:
develop resourceful individuals capable of addressing the challenges of the 21st century
broaden the career prospects of participants by imbibing a strategic outlook in them
enhance their initiative and employability by developing their professionalism