Year 1 Semester I

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 101English I3
MTH 101Business Mathematics I3
ECO 101Introductory Microeconomics3
SOC 101Fundamentals of Sociology3
PSY 101General Psychology3

Year 1 Semester II

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 102English II3
MTH 102Business Mathematics II3
ACC 121Financial Accounting I3
MGT 111Principles of Management3
ECO 201Introductory Macroeconomics3

Year 2 Semester III

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
ENG 201Business Communication3
STT 101Business Statistics3
FIN 132Principles of Insurance3
ACC 122Financial Accounting II3
MGT 211Fundamentals of Organization Behavior3

Year 2 Semester IV

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
FIN 238Risk & Insurance Management3
FIN 131Essentials of Finance3
STT 201Data Analysis & Modeling3
ACC 221Basics of Managerial Accounting3
RCH 311Business Research Methods3

Year 3 Semester V

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MIS 201Introduction to Management Information Systems3
FIN 437Financial Institutions & Markets3
FIN 232 Management of Commercial Banks3
MGT 314Management of Human Resources3
MKT 241Principles of Marketing3
PRJ 492Project Work3

Year 3 Semester VI

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MIS 202Essentials of e-Business3
FIN 231Financial Management3
LAW 292Legal Aspects of Banking & Insurance3
FIN 233Life & Health Insurance3
INT 392Internship3

Year 4 Semester VII

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MGT 311Fundamentals of Operation Management3
FIN 234Property & Liability Insurance3
FIN 235Treasury Management3
FIN 236Credit Risk Management3
Elective I3

Year 4 Semester VIII

Course CodeCourse DescriptionCredit Hours
MGT 411Business Environment in Nepal3
MGT 412Strategic Management3
FIN 237International Banking and Insurance3
Elective II3

NOTE: The curricular structure is subject to change as per university guidelines.

Elective Courses

Elective Courses (TWO courses from the following list)

The courses offered in this area are basically of non-business nature. These are offered to widen the knowledge base of students in social and development issues. A college can also develop and offer any other non-business elective courses with the prior approval of the Subject Committee and the Dean.

Electives
(Any TWO courses from the following list)
 
FIN 431Corporate Finance
FIN 432Microfinance
FIN 433Investment Management
FIN 436Fundamentals of Financial Derivatives
FIN 438Trade Finance
FIN 471Marketing of Banking and Insurance Products
FIN 472IT for Financial and Insurance Services
FIN 473Special Topics in Insurance