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Marketing program

※Numbers are Credits Compulsory coursesSelected compulsory courses

Advanced Courses
18 credits
Group Research Project2
Individual Research4
Technology Management2
Marketing Research2
Marketing Communication2
Service Marketing2
Industrial Organization2
Japanese Business2
Elective Courses
6 credits
Additional courses, carrying a further 6 credits, to be selected from the Business School courses.
44 credits

Finance program

※Numbers are Credits Compulsory coursesSelected compulsory courses

44 credits

Global public management program

※Numbers are Credits Compulsory coursesSelected compulsory courses

Advanced Courses
24 credits
Group Research Project2
Individual Research4
Seminar in Diplomacy, Peace and Security2
Seminar in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Principles2
Seminar in Global Communication2
Career Seminar for International Organizations2
Seminar in Global Environmental Policy2
Seminar in Global Diversity2
Internship in the United Nations2
Internship in Diplomatic Institutions2
Elective Courses
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44 credits


2017/12/4


Learning Process



First Year

Students learn the foundational knowledge as a basis of their study.

Students enhance their professional ethics and English ability by taking Business Ethics and English Communication as compulsory courses.
Students are required to take 10 or more credits from the Core course group and 10 or more credits related to their specialized study program from the Basic course group to learn the foundational knowledge for studying business.


Second Year

Students build on their foundational knowledge to deepen their research on themes of their own interest.

Students who major in the Management / Marketing / Finance program are required to take Group Research Project and Individual Research in which students research themes or topics of their own interest. Students will choose an instructor for their research, and major in the instructor’s program.
Students who major in the Global Public Management Program are required to take Research Project in the United Nations or Research Project in Foreign Affairs and conduct research on a theme related to management of international public institutions.
They are also required to take Internship in the United Nations or Internship in Diplomatic Institutions to brush up their expertise and practical skills.

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