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Students study international economics targeting various international phenomena, beginning with problems /issues in global economics and business.
With the globalization of the economy, economic problems in Japan have also become deeply related to the international network.
Therefore, the kind of human resources sought hereafter are those that have the ability to systematically grasp international economic issues based on a scientific framework and international perspective as well as the ability to solve such problems. In order to nurture this type of talent, the Department of International Economics has established two courses: the "International Economic Policy Course" and the "International Business Course." We have devised the curriculum so that students may efficiently and systematically study international economics in line with their personal interests.
At the Department of International Economics, first-year students study the fundamentals of economics. From their second year, students choose a course that matches their interests or goals. In the "International Economic Policy Course," students study policies for resolving economic issues on a governmental or industrial level, while placing a focus on trade, international financing and economic development. In the "International Business Course," students study economic activities at the corporate level and can nurture their ability to work actively in the international business arena.
First Year to Fourth Year :
Lists Department Subjects that 3rd and 4th year students of respective courses can take
From the second year, with certain restrictions, students can choose from five courses of study regardless of department. In some cases,
however, students may be required to complete core courses in addition to those listed above.
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.
Students can freely select from departmental subjects, Aoyama Standard Subjects, Foreign Language Subjects (take at least minimum credits required), subjects of other departments and courses in the School of International Politics, Economics and Communication as well as subjects offered by other colleges.