About the Graduate School of Business Administration and Information Science
Our graduate school has two roles.
The first is to train researchers with specialized and advanced knowledge.
The second is to develop specialists who can demonstrate problem-solving skills in the face of various situations.
The Department of Business Administration and Information Sciences (Master’s and Doctoral Course) primarily seeks to meet the former requirement, while the Department of Business Administration (MBA Course and Master’s Program) seeks to meet the latter.
In order to meet the above demands, the Graduate School of Business Administration and Information Sciences aims to enhance the faculty’s capabilities throughout the entire graduate school and to prepare a curriculum that enables close collaboration between business administration and information science. We aim to nurture highly specialized and creative researchers and professionals who can respond quickly and flexibly to globalization and information technology.
We respond to the demands of society by offering a curriculum that provides theoretical and practical perspectives on the various issues that many companies face in today’s confusing society.
Department of Business Administration and Information Science: Master’s Course / Doctoral Course
The basic concept of this major is integration of business administration, accounting and information science.
The faculty of this department spans these three academic fields and is composed of theorists with advanced academic skills and practical experts with rich experience in the real world.
The Department of Business Administration and Information Science offers three courses: the Information Course, which focuses on information science and trains “information professionals who understand management,” the Accounting Course, which focuses on accounting and trains “accounting professionals who understand information technology,” and the Management Course, which focuses on business administration and trains “management professionals who understand information technology. By completing both master’s course and doctoral course in a consistent manner, students will have the opportunity to become scholars and researchers of the new era that combines business administration and information technology.
Department of Business Administration: Master’s Course
In the Department of Business Administration, students pursue an MOT (Management Of Technology)-type MBA in depth.
Industrial technology and information technology are the forces that will create successful businesses of the 21st century, but the demand of the times is to nurture business leaders who will make use of these technologies.
The MOT-type MBA course fosters the following three types of business leaders who have a global perspective and innovate using the latest industrial and information technologies.
- Entrepreneurs who set up their own start-ups
- Leaders who lead new businesses to success as an intra-company start-up
- Leaders who innovate the nature of existing businesses and companies themselves
Master of Business Administration and Information Science
Master’s degree in Business Administration:
Master of Business Administration
Doctor of Business Administration and Information Science
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