Available courses

Course: ACC 517: Management Accountancy 

Credits: 3

 Lecture Hours: 48 

Course objectives: The objectives of this course are to provide extensive knowledge of managerial accounting tools and techniques required for strategic planning and controlling processes. 

Course descriptionThis course aims to provide exposure to managerial planning and control. It helps to analyze managerial accounting information for control. It covers cost management, income under marginal and absorption costing, cost volume profit analysis, profit planning and performance control. It also deals with technical and behavioural aspects of management accounting and control system. 

Teaching Methodology and Pedagogy 
  • Lecture 
  • Assignments
  •  Discussion & Presentation 
  • Project & casework 
  • Library & Internet 

Marking Scheme 

  •  Internal 
  • Assignment 
  •  Presentation 
  • Project work 
  • Mid Term Exam 
  • Pre Board Exam External 
  • Board Exam
Basic Books:
 Atkinson, A. A., Kaplan, R. S., Matsumura, E.M., Young, S.M & Kumar, G. A. (2012). Management Accounting/6e. New Delhi: Pearson Education Pvt. Ltd.
Garrison, R. H., Noreen, E. H., & Brewer, P. C. (2012). Managerial Accounting.New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd.
Hilton, R. W., Ramesh, G., & Madugula, J. (2011). Managerial Accounting. New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd.

Course: MGT 519: Managerial Communication

 Credits: 3

 Lecture Hours: 48

 Course Objectives: This course, while familiarizing students of advanced Business Studies with the foundational theory of business communication offers an intensive practice of effective business communication-written, oral, verbal, and non-verbal – so that Business Graduates can apply the skills learned in their career and beyond. Besides orienting students to basic theories of effective communication, the course also includes a practicum component in that student towards the end of the semester will have to submit a completed writing portfolio that includes a range of writing assignments such as business correspondences, business the report, and a dossier for job application. The course follows the seminar model of classroom teaching, in which students participate in in-class discussions and presentations.

 Course Description: This course contains understanding the foundations of business communication, writing letters, memos, emails, and instant messages, writing reports and proposals, oral and non- verbal communications, preparing a dossier for employment.

Required Texts 

Courtland L. Bovee and John V. Thill, Business Communication Today Occasional handouts. 

Reference Books  : 

R.V. Lesikar and J.B. Pettit, Business Communication (Prescribed) 

R.V. Lesikar and M.E. Flatley, Basic Business Communication (Prescribed) 

Robert G. Insley, Communicating in Business in the 21st Century (highly recommended)

 Baden Funson, C21: Communicating in the 21st Century (highly recommended)

Course: MGT. 515 Organizational Behavior 

Credits: 3

 Lecture Hours: 48 

Course objectives: The major objectives of this course are to provide students with an in-depth understanding of behavioural processes and thereby enable them to function more effectively in their present or future roles as managers of human resources. 

Course Description: This course intends to familiarize students with different dimensions of organizational behaviour. The course contains the introduction, foundations of individual behaviour, perception and attribution, personality and attitudes, positive organizational behaviour, motivation and stress management, groups and teams in organizations, leadership, communication and conflict and organizational change and development.

Text and Reference Books

Robbins, S. P., Organizational Behavior, New Delhi: Pearson. 

Luthans, F., Organizational Behavior, New Delhi: McGraw Hill.

Newstrom, J. W., Organizational Behavior: Human Behavior at Work, New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. 

Greenberg, J. and Baron, R.A., Behavior in Organizations, New Delhi: Pearson Education.

Aswathappa, K., Organizational Behaviour, New Delhi: Himalayan Publishing House. 

Singh, K., Organizational Behaviour, New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House. 

Arnold, H.J. & Fieldman, D.C., Organizational Behavior, New York: McGraw Hill. 

Adhikari, D.R., Organizational Behavior, Kathmandu: Buddha Academic Enterprises.

Hellriegal, D. Slocum, J.W. & Woodman, R. W., Organizational Behavior, Singapore: South Western College Publishing. 

Moorhead, G. & Griffin, R. W., Organizational Behavior, New Delhi: AITBS Publishers.

Course: MSC 514: Statistical Methods 

Credits: 3

 Lecture Hours: 48

 Course Objectives: The course aims to impart knowledge and skills of statistical techniques ad their applications in solving business problems

Reference Books 

Richard I. Levin and David S. Rubin, Statistics for Management, Prentice Hall of India S.C.Gupta, Fundamental of Statistics, Himalayan Publishing House

Course: ECO 512 [ Managerial Economics, 3 Cr] 

Credits: 3 

Lecture Hours: 48 Course 

Objective: The course aims to develop students’ knowledge and skills in the tools and techniques of economics applicable to managerial decision making. Course Description: This course deals with the introduction to managerial economics and theories of the firm, demand forecasting, production and cost analysis, pricing theory and practice, risk analysis, and market efficiency and role of government.

Reference Books:

 Adhikari, G.M., Paudel, R.K. and Regmi, K. (2017). Managerial Economics. Kathmandu: KEC Publication and distributors 

Dhakal, R. (2017). Managerial Economics. Kathmandu: Samjhana Publication 

Mansfield, E. (1996). Managerial economics. New York: W.W. Norton and Co. 

Petersen, H.C. and Lewis, W.C. (2008). Managerial Economics. New Delhi: Pearson Education Ltd. 

Pappas, J.L. and Hirschey, M. (1989). Fundamentals of Managerial Economics. New York: The Dryden Press.

 Salvatore, D. (2012). Managerial Economics. New York: McGraw Hill

Course: MKT 511: Marketing Management 

Credits: 3 

Lecture Hours: 48 

Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to equip students with knowledge and skills to make decisions in marketing management. Course Description This course deals on the management aspects of marketing. It includes a study of the marketing system and organization, environment and segment analysis, information system, demand analysis, buyer analysis and competitor analysis, strategic ma