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Bachelor in Community Development (BCD) at School of Arts, Kathmandu University

Bachelor in Community Development Program at Kathmandu University School of Arts

At Kathmandu University School of Arts, we are thrilled to announce that admissions are now open for the transformative Bachelor in Community Development (BCD) program. Designed to empower the leaders and advocates for societal development and change, the BCD program is a trailblazer in molding human resources committed to community progression through self-entrepreneurship and skilled professionals.

Our graduates are equipped to serve various societal sectors, including environment, health, development, equity, women, children, youth, elderly, Dalits, people with disabilities, and communities affected by diverse transformations. Ready to make a difference? Check Out Our Program Now!

For further information, feel free to visit our University premises in Balkumari or get in touch with us at 01-5911307.

Key Admission Dates:

  • Admissions Open: June 15
  • Form Submission Deadline (First Round): July 14
  • Exam Written: July 17
  • Interview: July 19
  • Result Publication: July 20
  • Admission Deadline: August 25
  • Admission/Application Deadline (Rolling Basis): 25th August 2023

Our Program: Transforming Society One Graduate at a Time

The BCD program is a distinctive, four-year professional curriculum dedicated to preparing community development leaders. The comprehensive course structure covers a vast array of social matters like development, environment, economy, equity, health, population, conflict, poverty, and disaster.

What Makes Us Stand Out:

  • Our teaching methodology is student-centric, offering an engaging mix of lectures, discussions, presentations, research activities, workshops, seminars, and field trips.
  • We provide practical exposure through rural and urban internships with government and non-governmental organizations.
  • Our graduates emerge as competent professionals equipped with theoretical, practical, and analytical skills, enabling them to work effectively with various communities.

Program Highlights & Course Structure:

Offering a total of 126 credit hours, the BCD curriculum spans nine fundamental themes including 'community issues,' 'environment,' 'understanding community social behavior,' 'community economics,' and 'community health.' For a comprehensive list of courses and credit hours, Click Here

Admission Criteria:

Prospective students should possess a 10+2 or equivalent degree in any discipline from a recognized institution with a minimum aggregate of 45 percent or 2.0 CGPA.

Evaluation Criteria:

Grading is split equally between internal assessments and end-semester exams. Students must secure at least 40 percent marks in both components and maintain a minimum of 80 percent attendance.

Career Prospects:

BCD graduates can explore various roles such as community development officer, project coordinator, and advocacy campaigner, among others, across national, provincial, and local government bodies, international organizations, private sector, community organizations, and charitable entities. Opportunities for self-employment, entrepreneurship, or further studies, both in Nepal and abroad, are also abundant.

Admission Open

Kathmandu University School of Arts (KUSOA)

Hattiban, Lalitpur

Estd. 1996