Faculty of Business Administration

The Faculty of Business Administration, comprised of the Business Administration Department and the Business Communication Department, prepares students for entry into the fields of accounting, distribution, finance, information management, and marketing through the study of five specialized courses.

Department of Business Administration

  • International Management
  • Corporate Management
  • Information Management
  • Accounting Management

Department of Business Communication

  • Business Communication

The International Management Course

aims to provide students with a broad understanding of current and future trends in international business for medium-and-small firms through a study of the Asian, American, European, and Middle Eastern economies. Global management theory and language training enable students to develop a broad international business understanding.

The Corporate Management Course

curriculum emphasizes the training of students with both the requisite ‘know-how’ and flexibility to function successfully in today's rapidly changing corporate business environment by studying new businesses and recent trends within the Japanese economy.

The Management Information Course

studies how to employ computers to gather, analyze, and adapt information for use by management. Basic subjects, such as statistics and mathematics, provide the foundation to advance organization management and corporate decision making.

The Accounting Management Course

expounds this ‘basic business language’ in three steps: firstly, through the mastery of the basics of accounting and bookkeeping; secondly, by intermediate bookkeeping, cost accounting, and financial accounting; and finally by analyzing strategic accounting and international accounting.

The Business Communication

Department was created in 2001 in order to train future social and corporate leaders for the new age with practical English needed to function globally, a high level of proficiency with the Internet, and a basic knowledge of corporate management. The curriculum stresses a ‘hands-on’ approach for the rapid mastery of these 21st century skills.