School of Management

Medium of instruction: Japanese
Language requirement: N2 level in Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
Location: Nagoya campus

Overview of the School of Management

This program comprises three areas: Corporations and Strategy, Organizations and Management, and Accounting and Financial Affairs. Students will become systemically acquainted with relevant theories and knowledge.
An Overseas Business Training* experience is conducted during the summer vacation for first-year students. Through this program, students will be exposed to international business settings that will develop their potential. *All students are eligible to join this program.
The Business Leadership Development Program (BLP) is now available for students to develop the leadership and coaching skills necessary for careers in business.
The Social Cooperation Program provides students with hands-on experience in actual business fields to cultivate reliable practical skills.
Some certificates/qualifications can be eligible for graduation credit upon application.

Features of the School of Management

Department of Management

Three Course Models That Students Can Choose From to Achieve Their Goals

Corporations and Strategy

This model allows students to learn how organizations develop and implement their mid- and long-term policies and plans.
[Potential careers and divisions]
Entrepreneurs/Business managers / Corporate development division / Consultants and other management professionals
[Major subjects offered]
Contemporary Enterprise Theory / Small- and Medium-sized Enterprise Theory / Management Strategy Theory / Marketing Strategy

Organization and Management

This model introduces different approaches of organizational operation and management as the core elements of business administration.
[Potential careers and divisions]
Personnel division / General affairs division / Production management division / System management division / Registered Management Consultant
[Major subjects offered]
Business Management Theory / Organizational Design Theory / Human Resources Management / Information System Theory

Accounting and Financial Affairs

This model cultivates students' learning on business administration from the perspectives of funds and finance -- both indispensable tools for corporate management.
[Potential careers and divisions]
Accounting division / Financial affairs division / Account division / Certified Public Accountant / Certified Public Tax Accountant
[Major subjects offered]
Accounting I & II / Management Accounting I & II / Management Finance I & II / Financial Theory / Securities Market Theory

Business Leadership Development Program (BLP)

Students in this program will gain an understanding of the skills required in business leaders, such as logical and strategic thinking, business communication ability, and coaching techniques. Repeated case studies in a small group based on those skills will enable them to gain project management expertise.
Project-based learning (PBL) classes in this program are designed to prepare students to take the lead in providing solutions to future challenges.

Overseas Business Training (2-week program during the summer vacation for first-year students)

This training held on the campus of the University of Southern Queensland, Australia, provides students with the opportunity to engage in research activities on industries and business based on international comparisons, as well as develop a broader perspective and global mindset.

Strategic Thinking Training (available in the fall semester for first-year students)

Students will learn the analytical skills required to develop intelligible and persuasive logic (logical thinking), as well as frameworks for developing strategies, during this training (strategic thinking).

Coaching, Communication, and Leadership Training (available in the spring semester for second-year students)

This course is designed for students to get acquainted with the mindset required of leaders to maximize organizational performance and learn coaching skills to bring out the individuality of team members.

Project Management Case Study (available in the fall semester for second-year students)

In this course, students will review case studies to learn how to carry out projects and acquire negotiation and persuasion skills, thereby improving their basic interpersonal ability and project management capacity.

Social Cooperation Program

Students propose solutions to assignments given by companies or local governments. They also engage in surveys and discussions, and accumulate experience in presentations.

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