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Management course


About the Program

The master's program in business administration consists of four groups of courses in the academic major: business administration (Principles of Business Administration; etc.), accounting courses (Accounting; etc.), information processing courses (Management Engineering; etc.), and social systems courses (Economic Sociology; etc.). The academic range of the program is exceptionally broad and varied. Students study the history of business administration, theory of strategies, theory of management and analysis of organizations, financial affairs and human resources, theory of financial accounting, theory of management accounting, applied computer science, legal affairs, and sociology. The program imparts both advanced knowledge in each of these fields and the skills necessary to apply that knowledge in order to develop uncommonly capable professionals. photo


syllabus (In Japanese)

Lectures

Principles of Business Administration
Management Organization
Financial Management
Human Resources Management
History of Business Administration in Japan
History of Business Administration Overseas
Theory of Enterprises
Theory of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
Theory of Marketing
Marketing Strategies
International Marketing Strategies
Analysis of Management Environment
Organizational Behavior
Theory of Negotiation Accounting
Theory of Auditing Financial Accounting
Management Accounting
Cost Accounting
Management Engineering
Theory of Information
Organization Information
Networks Management
Information System
Design Management
Information Systems
Information Processing
Intelligent Informatics
Theory of Information
Engineering Management
Economic Sociology
Modern Political Theory
Consumer Psychology
Social Systems
Administrative Systems
Public Law
Commercial Law
Economic Law
Labor Law
Tax Law
Comparative Study of Societies and Cultures
Practical Business Management
Applied Theory of Tax Law
Seminar
(Related Courses)
Study of Foreign Reference Materials