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Fiona Demmingway, Class of 2014

BBA Finance & Banking

International Program BBA Finance & Banking

The Finance & Banking curriculum is a 137 Credit Hours course specifically structured to meet the requirements of today’s complex and interconnected world of financial markets and institutions. The course brings a combination of domestic and international practices to equip students with knowledge and skills useful locally as well as globally. The curriculum is ideal for students seeking a strong theoretical foundation in finance and banking or for students seeking to pursue a professional career in the finance industry, particularly commercial and investment banks, finance and insurance companies, stock markets, micro-finance institutions, private fund management, venture capital, accounting and audit firms, brokerage firms, hedge funds and corporate finance.

The program blends both local and global topics and issues of interest to produce a unique and relevant learning experience for students.  A diverse range of required courses and elective offerings ensure that students have both maximum exposure and flexibility to choose their concentration. The curriculum gives exposure and lays a strong theoretical foundation in several topics related to finance and banking. This will help students focus better on subjects that they wish to pursue for post-graduate studies,  i.e. MBA. The program utilizes the case study method to acquaint students with real life problems and issues. It also encourages students to think critically and use modern day tools and techniques like MS Office Packages and Statistical tools that are useful in the professional world. The curriculum is also designed to expose students to topics and areas that are relevant for Nepal and its economic development. The curriculum also offers advanced level learning in the areas of accounting and finance with global professional certification such as ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants).

Course Structure

S.No Courses Credit Hours
1 The General Education Courses  
1.1 Humanities and Social Science 9
1.2 Language (Including English 4 Credits) 14
1.3 Basic Science and Mathematics 9
  Total 32
2 The Department Courses  
2.1 Core Courses 45
2.2 Required Courses in Major Field (Including Internship/Cooperative Education) 36
2.3 Elective Courses 15
  Total 96
3 Free Elective Courses 9
  Grand Total 137

Semesterwise Course Distribution

First Year First Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 111-101 General Psychology 3
2 111-102 Introduction to Sociology 3
3 114-301 English 5 2
4 121-106 Mathematics 1 3
5 130-101 Microeconomics 3
6 131-101 Principles of Accounting 1 3
7 IBM201 Organization and Management 3
      20 Credits

First Year Second Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 112-102 Fundamentals of Philosophy and Logic 3
2 114-302 English 6 2
3 121-107 Basic Statistics for Data Analysis 3
4 125-101 Mathematics 2 3
5 130-102 Macroeconomics 3
6 131-201 Principles of Accounting 2 3
7 133-201 Principles of Marketing 3
      20 Credits

Second Year First Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 130-204 Data Analysis for Decision Making in Business 3
2 130-212 Investment in Money Market and Capital Market 3
3 130-302 Business Law 3
4 130-214 Entrepreneurship and SMEs Management 3
5 131-202 Managerial Accounting 3
6 132-203 Business Finance 3
7   Foreign Language 1 2
      20 Credits

Second Year Second Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 132-302 Financial Management 3
2 132-307 Money Banking and Financial Market 3
3 132-308 Financial Institutions Management 3
4 132-401 Principles of Investment 3
5 132-403 Financial Statements Analysis 3
6 IBM 401 Quantitative Analysis in Business 3
7   Foreign Language 2 2
      20 Credits

Third Year First Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 114-303 English for Profession 2
2 132-304 International Finance and Banking 3
3 132-310 Credit Management 3
4 132-406 Analysis of Debt Investments 3
5 136-301 Production and Operations Management 3
6   Foreign Language 3 2
7   Elective-1 3
      19 Credits

Third Year Second Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 132-404 Research in Finance 3
2 132-409 Risk and Insurance Management 3
3   Foreign Language 4 2
4   Elective 2 3
5   Elective 3 3
6   Free Elective 1 3
      17 Credits

Fourth Year First Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 130-401 Strategic Management 3
2   Elective 4 3
3   Elective 5 3
4   Free Elective 2 3
5   Free Elective 3 3
      15 Credits

Fourth Year Second Semester

S.No. Course Code Course Name Credits
1 130-490 Internship Preparation 1
2 130-491 Internship 5
      16 Credits
  Total   137 Credits

Degree Plan International Program Finance and Banking

S.No. Course No. Course Name Credits Grade

General Courses

1 111-102 Introduction to Sociology 3  
2 112-102 Philosophy and Logic 3  
3 111-101 General Psychology 3  
4 114-301 English 5 2  
5 114-302 English 6 2  
6 114-303 English Usage for Profession 2  
7   Foreign Language 1 2  
8   Foreign Language 2 2  
9   Foreign Language 3 2  
10   Foreign Language 4 2  
11 121-106 Mathematics 1 3  
12 125-101 Mathematics 2 3  
13 121-107 Basic Statistics for Data Analysis 3  

Core Courses

1 131-101 Principles of Accounting 1 3  
2 131-201 Principles of Accounting 2 3  
3 131-202 Managerial Accounting 3  
4 130-101 Micro Economics 3  
5 130-102 Macro Economics 3  
6 130-214 Entrepreneurship and SMEs Management 3  
7 130-401 Strategic Management 3  
8 132-203 Business Finance 3  
9 133-201 Principles of Marketing 3  
10 136-301 Production and Operations Management 3  
11 130-204 Data Analysis for Decision Making in Business 3  
12 130-302 Business Law 3  
13 IBM-201 Organization and Management 3  
14 IBM-401 Quantitative Analysis in Business 3  
15 130-212 Investment in Money Market and Capital Market 3  

Required Courses

1 132-302 Financial Management 3  
2 132-304 International Finance and Banking 3  
3 132-307 Money, Banking and Financial Market 3  
4 132-308 Financial Institutions Management 3  
5 132-310 Credit Management 3  
6 132-401 Principles of Investment 3  
7 132-403 Financial Statement Analysis 3  
8 132-409 Risk and Insurance Management 3  
9 132-406 Analysis of Debts Investments 3  
10 132-404 Research in Finance 3  
11 130-490 Internship Preparation 1  
12 130-491 Internship 5  

Elective Courses

1 132-402 Investment Banking 3  
2 132-410 Project Analysis and Evaluation 3  
3 132-413 Financial Planning and Control 3  
4 130-308 Business Research 3  
5 132-407 Seminar in Financial Management 3  
6 132-416 Casualty Insurance, Life and Health Insurance 3  
7 137-417 E-Business Finances 3  

Free Elective Courses

1 131-306 Auditing 3  
2 131-408 Financial Reporting and Statement Analysis 3  
3 131-422 Strategic Cost Management 3  
4 131-452 Tax Planning 3  
*The above list of free elective courses is not an exhaustive list. Students may take courses offered by other departments at KCM and/or Siam University.

Admission Requirements

KCM seeks applicants who can demonstrate their leadership potential. Either big or small, we appreciate leadership on any scale, from organizing a class trip to leading a national scale event. Bottom line, we are looking for students with potential to be a leader.

We at KCM welcome students that are focused and true to their ambitions.KCM believes that consistency is the key to success. Therefore, we welcome students with an aptitude to work and learn continuously and churn out good results.

If you think you fit the bill, following students are apply for the program:

  1. Students from any stream who have completed Grade 12 or equivalent level with a minimum of 50% overall aggregate score may apply for the program.
  2. GCE A- level students must have cleared at least 3 Advanced Level Courses.
  3. Students who have successfully completed Grade 11 (with 50% or above) and are awaiting Grade 12 results may apply for admission on provisional basis.

Admission Process

Round 1:

The applicant is required to complete the application form with copies of the following documents:

  1. Transcripts and certificates of Grade 12 or equivalent examinations
  2. Certificate and transcript of Grade 10 (SLC or equivalent)
  3. Character certificate (SLC and Grade 12)
  4. Provisional certificate
  5. Migration certificate
  6. Citizenship certificate or Passport Document

Round 2:

Shortlisted candidate will be required to appear for a written test that will assess their quantitative ability and English language proficiency.

Round 3:

Candidates who pass the written test and group discussion will be called for interview.

To apply for admissions, you can do either of the following:

  1. Visit the college, obtain the form, complete it and submit it to the college with all the required documents.
  2. Download the application form from the ‘Resources’, print it, complete it and submit it to the college with the required document
  3. Apply online by clicking on this link

For further information about admissions, please contact the college.

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