The Department of Economics offers two courses—the Global Economics Course and the Global Management Course—clearly dividing the economics and management/accounting fields. The department set its educational goal as “the fusion of theory and practical studies” so that students in the department can make practical use of what they have learned here—integrated economics—as a means to improve themselves, depending on their career path and situation. The department equips students with broad-based knowledge covering local and international societies that forms the basics of social studies and economics and advanced abilities in such fields as public policy, finance, management, and accounting with the goal of training students to be vigorous businesspeople who can contribute to the global society.
Specialized Seminar / Introduction to Economics / Microeconomics / Macroeconomics / Practical Economics / Management Theory / Special Bookkeeping Workshop / Public Finance / Monetary Economics / Economic Policy / Overseas Training / Bookkeeping Theory / Accounting Theory / Community Research
Keys to selecting a course
Global Economics Course
Acquire international perspectives and sensibilities while also learning all about economics
We’ll prepare you for careers on the global stage by instilling international perspectives and sensibilities through such methods as overseas training while teaching you all about economics, including theory, history and policies. Additionally, we’ll help you increase your profile and contribute locally, which is crucial in this global era.
Global Management Course
Become a management specialist by acquiring specific expertise in such things as accounting and finance
We train accounting and management specialists in such things as accounting and finance through the study of both theory and practice related to corporate management. In addition to careers at corporations and other companies, we will train you in the sophisticated, specialized expertise needed by certified public accountants, tax accountants and national tax officers.