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How do businesses, which are interrelated with society and markets, evolve? Business administration is a field of study for scientifically and theoretically explaining actual corporate activity and for proposing their ideal form. A step inside the generally-defined area of "business administration" takes you into the three areas of business administration, trade and marketing, and accounting. These three areas together support the sound development of businesses. In the Department, students receive a well-balanced education in these three areas and can acquire theoretical and practical skills for realizing "better management." During their third year, students select courses from a vast array of courses in light of their perceived future careers. In the courses on accounting/finance, which is a study primarily based on the corporate perspective, students will study the accounting field, which is the common language of business, and the finance field, which pertains to the procurement and management of funds, in order to enhance their professional skills. Moreover, in the courses on strategy/management, which are based on the perception of international markets, students will analyze management data, devise strategies to solve issues that were raised as a result of conducting these analyses, and envisage management of an organization for putting these strategies into effect in order to enhance their professional skills.
First Year to Fourth Year :
Lists core subjects and specialized subjects of the Department of Business Administration (required electives)
1st and 2nd year
1st – 4th year
3rd and 4th year
School-wide universal education system where experts in wide-ranging academic fields transcending the framework of colleges/schools and departments stimulate interest in learning and provide guidance.
General Reading, General Writing, Oral Communication
Academic Reading (A) and (B), Academic Writing, Business Communication
Advanced English, Media English, Speech Clinic
Students can freely select from departmental subjects, Aoyama Standard Subjects, Foreign Language Elective Subjects (take at least minimum credits required), as well as subjects offered by other colleges.