The Faculty of Business Administration aims to develop human resources with broad knowledge and the ability to make quick decisions in order to respond to rapid changes in markets and business administration. To this end, we are looking for the following types of students.
● Individuals who have a deep interest in the workings of the private sector, marketing, and bookkeeping/accounting.
● Individuals who are highly interested in global business activities and the business management of Japanese companies.
● Individuals who have a keen interest in acquiring strategic planning ability and problem-solving skills and working within a team to provide quality products and services to customers.
● Individuals who desire to become a business person who plays an active role on the global stage.
Students learn highly specialized knowledge necessary for business administration, ranging from economic and financial systems, to corporate management, and the sale, distribution and marketing of products and services. They are also expected to acquire practical expertise through real-world, hands-on learning in business and management.
Advanced theoretical and practical knowledge of accounting, as well as a broad range of knowledge concerning economics and management, are provided to students who aspire to be a certified tax accountant or who work for companies as finance and accounting specialist.
Introduction to Economics; Introduction to Accounting; General Theory of Business Management; Introduction to Japanese Business Practice; Marketing Theory; Bookkeeping Theory; Management Information Theory; Theory of Distribution; Marketing Channels; Sales and Business Management; Human Resources Management; Theory of Logistics; Theory of Distribution Systems; Marketing Management; Local Communities and Industries; Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Theory; Tourism Management; Financial Accounting; Tax Law; Tax Accounting; Financial Theory; Economics from Newspapers; Bookkeeping Practice; Seminars on Local Communities and Industries; Practical Business Management in the Local Community; etc.
Students learn about the trends of the global economy, the management systems and business structures of global companies, and other forms of knowledge required to engage in the global business environment. They are also expected to acquire the high level of foreign language communication ability needed in business.
Introduction to Economics; Introduction to Accounting; General Theory of Business Management; Introduction to Japanese Business Practice; Marketing Theory; Theory of Strategic Management; International Management; International Finance; International Communication; International Human Resources Management; International Marketing Theory; International Logistics Theory; International Accounting Theory; International Economics; International Distribution Systems; Trade Theory; Theory of the Chinese Economy; Theory of the Southeast Asian Economy; Discussions; Cross-cultural Understanding; Debates; Understanding of International Business; Business Communication Practice; Internship Abroad Program; Foreign Affairs Seminar; etc.