According to the International Labour Organization, agriculture provides livelihoods for 68 percent of Nepal’s population, accounting for 34 percent of the GDP. Nepal government is emphasizing commercializing agricultural production. Agriculture has a tremendous potential in Nepal and Nepal needs professionals who can contribute to agribusiness revolution. This MBA –Agribusiness program is a response to this growing need of professionals. The basic objective of this course is to create a platform to motivate and provide systematic guidance to the students to realize their dreams as agri -preneurs.

Course Structure

Core courses: (9 × 3) = 27 Credits

Majors: (8 × 3) = 24 Credits

Elective: (3 × 3) = 9 Credits

Total : 60 Credits

Course Duration: Two years

MBA Agri-Business in Nepal
Core Courses
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Managing Information Systems and Technology
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
  • Applied Methods Capstone
Agribusiness Majors
  • Introduction to Agribusiness Management
  • Food Processing Management
  • Agribusiness Environment and Policy
  • Rural Marketing and Sustainability
  • Farm Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Agricultural Innovation for Development
  • Research Methodology
  • Managerial Communications
  • Project Management
  • Agribusiness Financing

Students will also submit these papers as a part of the course

  • Academic Research Report
  • Internship Reflection Report
  • Agribusiness Consulting Project

Do Lab

Do Lab uses a learner centered pedagogy drawing influences from design thinking,  lean startup, and human centric design. Learners come from interdisciplinary streams who work together to solve social problems going through the process of collaboration, problem identification, creativity and innovation, prototyping and validating, and problem solving. The program also integrates industry relevant workshops.

Community Immersion

Community Service Learning Program (CSLP) draws inspiration from King’s philosophy of connecting education to the community. It is an initiative to promote community relevant learning through empathy, responsibility and action. Students must complete a minimum 60 hours of community service during the program, either on weekly, block or in-service basis.

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