Faculty of Business Administration
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Department of Business Administration
This Department aims to foster "professional managers" who can think independently and take action in response to sudden changes in contemporary society. The Department places an emphasis not only on a variety of specialized courses but also on discussion and group work in seminar courses so that students can acquire the problem-solving skills which are required of today's business managers.
In your first year you will acquire the knowledge and ideas which will act as a foundation for the next stage of your studies through courses such as Corporate Management, Economic Analysis, Corporate Accounting, and Corporate Bookkeeping.
In your second, third and fourth years of study you will be able to choose from over fifty specialized courses according to your own interests and you will be able to register for seminar courses with small class sizes.
Department of Marketing Management
In this Department you will have opportunities to learn strategies for making full use of corporate management resources (people, goods, money, and information) so as to meet customers' needs or to create markets in an unrivaled way in collaboration with outside partners. The Faculty places an emphasis on small-group education so as to develop your individual ability and the ability to work in teams and provides freshman seminars and seminars for second year to fourth year-students.
In your first and second years you will take courses which are essential for becoming marketing experts who are well-versed in management skills. The systematic approach allows you to gradually acquire these skills in both basic and practical courses.
In your third and fourth years you will engage in lots of discussion with expert instructors and other seminar members so that you develop an ability to explain your own original ideas logically.
|AKASHI Hiroyuki||M.A. in Economics||Principles of Political Economy|
|AOKI Shigeki||M.A. in Commerce||Distribution Systems|
|FUJIWARA Atsushi||M.A. in Commerce||Production Management|
|HINO Kenta||Ph.D. (Commerce)||Organization Theory|
|IIDA Tetsuo||Ph.D. (Engineering)||Business Mathematics|
|KANEMURA Eitetsu||M.A. in Commerce||Marketing|
|KANNO Saori||M.A. in Commerce||Consumer Behavior|
|KASHIMA Hideaki||M.A. in Economics||Personnel Management and Labor Relations|
|KAWAI Yukari||Ph.D. (Commerce)||International Accounting|
|KISHIDA Takayuki||M.A. in Commerce||Cost Accounting|
|KOMOTO Keisho||M.A.||Modern Corporations|
|KUWABARA Masayuki||Ph.D. (Management)||Financial Accounting|
|MURAYAMA Motomasa||Ph.D.in Commerce and Management||Business and Society|
|NAGA Kokyo||Ph.D. (Science)||Business Statistics|
|NAKAGAWA Junpei||M.A. in Economics||History of Management Theory|
|NAKAMURA Koichi||Ph.D.||Strategic Management|
|NAKANO Kaori||M.A. in Commerce||Marketing Communication|
|NISHIMURA Kazuo||M.A. in Engineering||Information Security|
|ONOSE Hiromu||Ph.D. in Management||Entrepreneurship|
|OZAWA Toshihisa||Ph.D. (Science)||Management Science|
|SAITO Kuniyoshi||Ph.D.(Economics)||Industrial Organization|
|SARUYAMA Yoshihiro||Ph.D. (Commerce)||Management Accounting|
|TAKAI Tetsuo||Dr.of Science||Management Information System|
|TAKAKI Katsumi||M.B.A.||Tax Accounting|
|TOYODA Taro||Ph.D. in Economics||Business History|
|WAKAYAMA Daiki||Ph.D. in Management||Marketing Science|
|WATANABE Itsuko||Ph.D. (Economics)||Business Management|
|FUKUDA Shin||Ph.D. (Commerce)||Macroeconomics|
|NAKAMURA Kazunari||Ph.D.(Economics)||Economic History|
|YAMAMURA Hirofumi||Ph.D. (Engineering)||Microeconomics|
|TAKETANI Keigo||M.A. in Commerce||Services Marketing|