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School of Business Administration

Developing the policy planning, problem-solving capabilities to coordinate various stockholders in the increasingly complicated society and organizations for an affluent society.

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The School of Business Administration offers programs in business administration as well as in economics. The subjects covered include: business administration, management strategy, organization management, decision-making, marketing, business history, industrial engineering, financial engineering, accounting, macroeconomics, microeconomics, economic history, economic institutions, and economic thought. The school boasts an excellent professorate renowned for eminent research, and so the students are able to gain a broad understanding in business administration and economics. At the seminars for junior and senior students, instruction is provided with in small groups. On graduation, in addition to employment in the public or private sectors, students have the opportunity to go on to the graduate school. There is also a unique system whereby those students having outstanding academic results are able to enter the graduate school once they have completed the 3rd year.


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Divisions■ Business Administration
■ Economics
※ May 1, 2014
Teaching Staff
※ May 1, 2014
Graduate School【Graduate School of Social Sciences】
■ Department of Business Administration
■ Business School

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