Overview - Enrollment limit : 8

The Division of Economics aims to develop an analysis or bring concrete measures toward a resolution of the problems faced by local communities and international society by making use of the theories and methods of economics and business science. Although it divides into three courses depending on the areas of study, any of the courses in this division actively accept international students and working adults besides students in general.

Degree Requirements

Economic theory and policy Course

This course is designed to foster human resources who possess the abilities to conduct academic research in the areas of economic theory, economic policy, regional economy, finance, environment, culture and sports, or those who hold practical skills as advanced specialists. Also, there is a short-term program in school (regional policy) allowing students who hold full-time jobs to acquire a degree in a year.

The global community and economic Course

This course is designed to foster human resources who possess the abilities to conduct academic research in the areas of international society and international economy, or those who hold practical skills as advanced specialists, by developing an analysis to comprehend and holistically grasp the system of international society and international economy from many different perspectives, including systems, history and regions.

Management information Course

This course intends to foster human resources who possess the abilities to conduct academic research in each area of business administration, accounting and information science or those who hold practical skills as advanced specialists. Also, there is a short-term program in school (management information) allowing students who hold full-time jobs to acquire a degree in a year.