The Faculty of Regional Design and Development aims to develop human resources who can play an active role in creating new businesses, culture or administrative services from a regional, national and global perspective.
To this end, we are looking for the following types of students.
● Individuals who have a keen interest in the challenges facing local communities and local economies and are eager to learn how to address such challenges.
● Individuals who desire to get actively involved in local communities to identify and analyze the issues to be considered.
● Individuals who wish to work with others to create a better local community and economy.
Students have opportunities to participate in community building and utilize their specialized knowledge concerning the workings of local society as well as local administration and regional policy. Through hands-on experience, each individual is expected to learn how to examine the challenges confronting the local community and how to resolve such issues.
Introduction to Regional Design and Development; Regional Economy; Introduction to Microeconomics; Introduction to Macroeconomics; Basic Statistics; Theory of Public Policy; Regional Politics; Regional Fiscal Policy; Social Research Methods; Field Research Methods; Area Studies (remote islands); Area Studies (urban areas); Public Administration; Local Administration; Administration Law; Public Servant System; Local Autonomy Act; Regional Planning Theory; Regional Development Theory; Theory of Environmental Policy; Theory of Public Utilities; Theory of Local Industries; Public Administration in Practice; Practical Training in Public Policy; Regional Analysis; Internships in Public Institutions; etc.
Students learn specialized economic knowledge as well as regional economic trends and corporate management systems. Individual students are expected to understand the challenges confronting the regional economy through hands-on learning experience with field work and acquire the abilities and skills to contribute to the revitalization and development of the regional economy.
Introduction to Regional Design and Development; Regional Economy; Introduction to Microeconomics; Introduction to Macroeconomics; Basic Statistics; Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Fiscal Science; Financial Theory; Mathematical Economics; Econometrics; Economic Model Analysis; Game Theory; Theory of Agricultural Economics; Theory of Regional Finance; Regional Data Analysis; Trading Business; Development Economics; Business Analysis; Practical Finance Theory; Food System Theory; Nikkei Relay Seminar; Practical Business Economics; Internships in the Private Sector; Regional Business Studies; Practical Exercises with Nagasaki White Paper; etc.