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Master’s Programme

Master of Arts (English)

Aims

This program is aimed at making students able to read, interpret and criticize text in a wide range of modes, genres, and media in order to develop the notion of textuality, without being unduly caught up by the glamour of literature and theory.

Proram Content

Semester I (Required Courses)

Introduction to literature and Literary Analysis (ENGL 550.1)
Academic Writing (I) (ENGL 550.2)
Literary Criticism (ENGL 550.3)
Ideas and Themes in Poetry (ENGL 550.4)
Themes and Trends in Fiction (ENGL 550.5)

Semester II (Required Courses)

History of British and American Literature (ENGL 551.1)
Critical Stylistics (ENGL 551.2)
Modern and Contemporary Literary Theory (ENGL 551.3)
(Any TWO Courses)
Postcolonial Studies (ENGL 551.4)
Travel Writing (ENGL 551.5)
Non-fiction (from the margin) (ENGL 551.6)
Literature of War, Conflict and Trauma (ENGL 551.7)
Media Studies (ENGL 551.8)
Environmental Literature and Criticism (ENGL 551.9)
Children’s Literature (ENGL 551.10)

Semester III (Required Courses)

British and American Drama (ENGL 552.1)
Ideas and Themes in Contemporary Poetry (ENGL 552.2)
Academic Writing (II) (ENGL 552.3)
(Any TWO Courses)
Nepal Studies (ENGL 552.4)
South Asian Studies (ENGL 552.5)
19th Century Studies (ENGL 552.6)
Modernist Studies (ENGL 552.6)
Gender and Masculinity Studies (ENGL 552.7)
Life Writing and Autobiography (ENGL 552.8)
Literature and History (ENGL 552.9)
Translation Studies (ENGL 552.10)

Semester IV (Required Courses)

Experimental Fiction (ENGL 553.1)
Cultural Studies (ENGL 553.2)
Language and Communication (ENGL 553.3)
(Any TWO Courses)
Postmodernist Studies (ENGL 553.4)
Performance and Theatre Studies (ENGL 553.5)
Single Author (ENGL 553.6)
Thesis Writing (ENGL 553.7)
Economics and Literature (ENGL 553.8)
Interpersonal Communication (ENGL 553.9)
English Language Teaching (ELT) (ENGL 553.10)

Program Duration

Two years: Semester System

Entry requirements

Application open to all students who have successfully passed their Bachelor’s Degree in English (Major) with at least 50%.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Director
Mr. Purendra Bikram Lakhe
Tel: +977-1-4494621 Ext. 108
Email: p.lakhe@goldengate.edu.np

Academic Advisor
Rebati Neupane, PhD
Tel: +977-1-4495021 Ext. 102
Email: r.neupane@goldengate.edu.np

Master of Arts (Economics)

Aims

This program aims at preparing high level manpower in development economics, micro economics, macro economics, public economics, monetary economics, mathematical economics and quantitative techniques. It also enables one to be able for policy making, research and policy analyzing.

Proram Content

Paper-101 Micro Economics Analysis-I
Paper-102 Macro Economics Analysis-I
Paper-103 Quantitative Methods-I
Paper-104 Public Economics-I
Paper-105
Option (i) Financial Economics-I
Option (ii) Demography-I
Option (iii) Economics of Infrastructure-I
Option (iv) Economics of Insurance-I
Option (v) Economics of Labour-I
Option (vi) Computer Application in
Economic Analysis-I
Option (vii) Mathematical Economics-I
Option (viii) Economics of Regionalism-I

Program Duration

Two years: Semester System

Entry requirements

Application open to all students who have successfully passed their Bachelor’s Degree in Economics or Business Studies with at least 50%.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Director
Rohit Poudel
Tel: +977-1-4495021 Ext. 102
Email: rohit.poudel@goldengate.edu.np
Academic Advisor
Prof. Bal Krishna Upadhyay, PhD
Tel: +977-1-4477082/4495165 Ext. 104
Email: bk.upadhyay@goldengate.edu.np

Master of Business Studies

Aims

This program aims at enabling the students to work as competent managers and to meet the demand to higher level managers in organizations, particularly in the functional areas of management. Upon graduation, a student should be able to function as a manager in business, industry, government and non-government sectors, within and outside the country, in areas like accounting, marketing, finance and general management.

Proram Content

Semester I

101 International Business Management
102 Business Policy & Strategic Management
103 Specialization I
104 Specialization II
105 Specialization III

Semester II

201 Entrepreneurship Development and Project Management
202 Specialization IV
203 Specialization V
204 Specialization VI
205 Specialization VII

Program Duration

Two years: Semester System

Entry requirements

Entry is open to all applicants who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in any discipline from TU or recognized by TU with at least 50%.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Director
Govinda Kandel
Tel: +977-1-4495021 Ext. 102
Email: g.kadel@goldengate.edu.np

Program Coordinator
Bivab Neupane
Tel: +977-1-4495021 106
Email: b.neupane@goldengate.edu.np

Master of Science (Physics)

Aims

This program aims at preparing students to work as researchers, technologists or subject experts in fundamental and experimental physics.

Proram Content

Semester I

Mathematical Physics I (PHY 511A)
Classical Physics (PHY 512A)
Quantum Mechanics I (PHY 513A)
Electronics (PHY 514A)
Practical a & b (PHY 515A)

Semester II

Mathematical Physics II (PHY 511B)
Statistical Mechanics (PHY 512B)
Solid State Physics (PHY 513B)
Electrodynamics I (PHY 514B)
Practical a & b (PHY 515B)

Semester III

Electrodynamics II (PHY 511B)
Quantum Mechanics II (PHY 622A)
Advanced Paper 1 (PHY 6XX)
Advanced Paper 2 or Thesis (PHY 6XXA)
Practical General (PHY 623A)

Semester IV

Quantum Mechanics II (PHY 621B)
Nuclear Physics (PHY 622B)
Advanced Paper 1 (PHY 6XX)
Advanced Paper 2 or Thesis (PHY 6XX)
Practical a & b or c (PHY 623B)

Program Duration

Two years: Semester System

Entry requirements

Entry is open to all applicants who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Physics or equivalent recognized by TU with at least 50% and must have pass the entrance examination conducted by CDP, TU.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Director
Mr. Homnath Poudel
Tel: +977-1-4477082/4495165 Ext. 106
Email: h.poudel@goldengate.edu.np

Master of Science (Microbiology)

Aims

This program aims at preparing high level researchers, resource persons, laboratory officers/technicians in the field of microbiology. Furthermore learners will be able to diagnose the possible causes of the diseases and can suggest the remedy as well. The program can be very helpfull to provide the nation with expertise in food & beverage, biotechnology sectors; both governmental and non-governmental.

Proram Content

Semester I

General Microbiology (Microbial Systematics, Structure and Physiology) (MB 501)
Immunology and Immunochemical Techniques (MB 502)
Microbial Genetics and Molecular Biology (MB 503)
Biochemistry and Instrumentation (MB 504)
Practical on MB 501 + MB 502 (MB 505)
Practical on MB 503 + MB 504 (MB 506)

Discipline I: Public Health Microbiology

Semester II
Human Anatomy and Physiology (MB 551)
Applied Environmental Microbiology (MB 552)
Fundamentals of Epidemiology (MB 553)
Microbial Systematics (MB 554)
Practical on MB 551 + MB 552 (MB 555)
Practical on MB 553 + MB 554 (MB 556)
Semester III
Microbial Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Microbiology (MB 601)
Public Health Micobiology (MB 602)
Emerging Infectious Diseases (MB 603)
Public Health Laboratory (MB 604)
Practical on MB 601 + MB 602 (MB 605)
Practical on MB 603 + MB 604 (MB 606)
Practical on MB 603 + MB 604 (MB 606)
Semester IV
Research Methods and Biostatistics (MB 651)
Journal club/Seminar (MB 652)
Hospital/Field Based Internship (MB 653)
Dissertation (MB 654)

Discipline II: Medical Microbiology

Semester II
Human Anatomy and Physiology (MB 551)
Systematic and Diagnostic Bacteriology-1 (MB 557)
Systematic and Diagnostic Virology-1 (MB 558)
Systematic and Diagnostic Parasitology-1 (MB 559)
Systematic and Diagnostic Mycology-1 (MB 560)
Practical on MB 551 + MB 557 (MB 561)
Practical on MB 558 + MB 559 + MB 560 (MB 562)
Semester III
Microbial Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Microbiology (MB 601)
Systematic and Diagnostic Bacteriology-2 (MB 607)
Systematic and Diagnostic Virology-2 (MB 608)
Systematic and Diagnostic Parasitology-2 (MB 609)
Systematic and Diagnostic Mycology-2 (MB 610)
Practical on MB 601 + MB 607 (MB 611)
Practical on MB 608 + MB 609 + MB 610 (MB 612)
Semester IV
Research Methods and Biostatistics (MB 651)
Journal club/Seminar (MB 655)
Hospital Based Internship (MB 656)
Dissertation (MB 657)

Discipline III: Food and Industrial Microbiology

Semester II
Microbial Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology (MB 563)
Pharmaceutical Microbiology (MB 564)
General Food Microbiology (MB 565)
Foodborme Pathogens and Toxicology (MB 566)
Practical on MB 563+MB 564 (MB 567)
Practical on MB 565+MB 566 (MB 568)
Semester III
Food Fermentation Technology (MB 613)
Food Biotechnology (MB 614)
Food Preservation and Processingn (MB 616)
Total Quality Management and Quality Assurance (MB 616)
Practical on MB 613+MB 614 (MB 617)
Practical on MB 615+MB 616 (MB 618)
Semester IV
Research Methods and Biostatistics (MB 651)
Journal club/Seminar (MB 658)
Industry Based Internship (MB 659)
Dissertation (MB 660)

Discipline IV: Agriculture Microbiology

Semester II
Microbial Biotechnology and Industrial Microbiology (MB 563)
Soil Microbiology (MB 569)
Microbial Metabolism in Soil (MB 570)
Soil Fertilizer (MB 571)
Practical on MB 563+MB 569 (MB 572)
Practical on MB 570+MB 571 (MB 573)
Semester III
Biological Control (MB 619)
Insect Microbial Pathology (MB 620)
Agricultural Pest Management (MB 621)
Applied Soil Microbiology (MB 622)
Practical on MB 619+MB 620 (MB 623)
Practical on MB 621+MB 622 (MB 624)
Semester IV
Research Methods and Biostatistics (MB 651)
Journal club/Seminar (MB 661)
Agriculture Based Internship (MB 662)
Dissertation (MB 663)

Program Duration

Two years

Entry requirements

Entry is open to all applicants who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology or equivalent recognized by TU with at least 50%.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Coordinator
Mr. Binod Lekhak
Tel: +977-1-4495021 Ext. 102
Email: b.lekhak@goldengate.edu.np

Master of Science (Environment)

Aims

The program aims at preparing very skilled manpower in the field of environment, especially as environmental conservationist, researcher/officer, sustainable development manager in the country/abroad.

Proram Content

Semester I (Compulsory Course)

Ecology and Environmental Science (ENV 511)- Theory
Environmental Earth Science (ENV 512)- Theory
Environmental Pollution and Monitoring (ENV 513)- Theory
Ecology and Environmental Science (ENV 514 A)- Practical
Environmental Earth Science (ENV 514 B)- Practical
Environmental Pollution and Monitoring (ENV 514 C)- Practical

Semester II (Compulsory Course)

Environmental Conservation and Management (ENV 521)
Environmental Impacts and Management Techniques (ENV 522)
Environment and Energy (ENV 523)
Case Study and Field Work
Semester II (Elective Course- Any ONE)
Mountain Environment (ENV 524)
Wildlife Management (ENV 525)
Freshwater Environment (ENV 526)
Sustainable Development (ENV 527)

Semester III (Compulsory Course)

Environmental Economics, Law and Policy (ENV 631)
Environmental Modeling and Research Methodology (ENV 632)
Field Visit and Community Work/ Internship (ENV 639 A)
Term Papers, Dissertation Research Proposal and Seminar (ENV 639 B)
Semester III (Elective Course- Group I- Any ONE)
Biodiversity Conservation and management (ENV 633)
Integrated Water Resources Management (ENV 634)
Disaster Risk Management (ENV 635)
Semester III (Elective Course- Group II- Any ONE)
Pollution Control Technologies (ENV 636)
Climate Change (ENV 637)
Urban Environment (ENV 638)

Semester IV (Compulsory Course)

Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System (ENV 641)
Dissertation Work (ENV 645)

Program Duration

Two years

Entry requirements

Entry is open to all applicants who have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Environment or equivalent recognized by TU with at least 50%.

Commencement of course

Jestha (June) each year

Contact person

Program Coordinator
Dr.Man Kr. Dhamala
Tel: +977-1-4495021 Ext. 106
Email:man dhamala@goldengate.edu.np