（Total Capacity of Admission 1,600）
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.
This 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.
Students study 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.
This course expounds upon ‘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. Students acclimate themselves to a variety of fields within the realm of finance, and thus have the opportunity to pursue a career in positions such as a tax accounting or certified public accountants.
The Business Communication Course aims to train the next generation of global business leaders. Classes focus on established global business standards and highly specialized English. Students will work with private businesses to learn all about global business practices, and will have several opportunities to familiarize themselves with global business both in and out of the classroom.
This course teaches how to effectively utilize all of the latest media creation tools that are in demand by today’s companies. Students will gain an advanced understanding on how best to use technologies such as CG animation, video games and virtual reality. Students will also learn how to best manage these technologies in a business environment.