Subjects offered
 

Master’s course of the Department of Modern Socioeconomic Systems

Each department of this graduate school offers the following subjects.
Students in this graduate school are required to select one research subject according to their respective research themes and register for the subject (2 credits) and a seminar (8 credits). In addition, under the guidance of their respective research advisors, students need to register for at least 30 credits consisting of 4 or more credits in common subjects, 8 or more credits in research subjects and/or advanced study courses of their own department and 4 or more credits in research subjects and/or advanced study courses of other departments. Moreover, submission of a master's thesis and earning satisfactory grades on the thesis and the last examination are required for completion of this course. A student completing this course is awarded a master's degree (Economics).

  Subjects Number
of credits
Seminars Seminar on Economic History in Japan I

4

Seminar on Economic History in Japan II

4

Seminar on Financial Economics I

4

Seminar on Financial Economics II 4
Seminar on Comparative Economic Systems I

4

Seminar on Comparative Economic Systems II 4
Seminar on European Economic History I

4

Seminar on European Economic History II 4
Seminar on Labor Economics I

4

Seminar on Labor Economics II 4
Seminar on World Economy I

4

Seminar on World Economy II 4
Seminar on Educational Thoughts I

4

Seminar on Educational Thoughts II 4
Seminar on Macroeconomics I

4

Seminar on Macroeconomics II 4
Seminar on International Economics I

4

Seminar on International Economics II 4
Seminar on Mathematics for Economics I

4

Seminar on Mathematics for Economics II 4
Seminar on Environmental Economics I

4

Seminar on Environmental Economics II 4
Research
subjects
Study on Economic History in Japan 2
Study on Financial Economics 2
Study on Comparative Economic Systems 2
Study on European Economic History 2
Study on Labor Economics 2
Study on World Economy 2
Study on Educational Thoughts 2
Study on Macroeconomics 2
Study on History of Modern Economics 2
Study on International Economics 2
Study on Mathematics for Economics 2
Study on Environmental Economics 2

Advanced
study
courses

Advanced Study of Economic History in Japan 2
Advanced Study of Monetary Economics 2
Advanced Study of Comparative Economic Systems 2
Advanced Study of European Economic History 2
Advanced Study of Labor Economics 2
Advanced Study of World Economy 2
Advanced Study of Educational Thoughts 2
Advanced Study of on the Developments and Policies of the Japanese Economy 2
Advanced Study of History of Modern Economics 2
Advanced Study of International Economics 2
Advanced Study of Mathematics for Economics 2
Advanced Study of Environmental Economics 2

Common
subjects

Study on Academic Writing 2
Work Shop 1 2
Work Shop 4 2
Work Shop 6 (Marketing Management) 2
Work Shop 10 (Medical Welfare Economic Policy and Management) 2
Work Shop 11 2
Work Shop 12 2

 

Master’s course of the Department of Modern Business Administration

Each department of this graduate school offers the following subjects.
Students in this graduate school are required to select one research subject according to their respective research themes and register for the subject (2 credits) and a seminar (8 credits). In addition, under the guidance of their respective research advisors, students need to earn at least 30 credits consisting of 4 or more credits in common subjects,  8 or more credits in research subjects and/or advanced study courses of their own department  and 4 or more credits in research subjects and/or advanced study courses of other departments. Moreover, submission of a master's thesis and earning satisfactory grades on the thesis and the final examination are required for completion of this course. A student completing this course is awarded a master's degree (Business Administration).

  Subjects Number
of credits
Seminars Seminar on Information Processing II 4
Seminar on Financial Accounting I 4
Seminar on Financial Accounting II 4
Seminar on Marketing I 4
Seminar on Marketing II 4
Seminar on Transportation I 4
Seminar on Transportation II 4
Seminar on Business Strategy I 4
Seminar on Business Strategy II 4
Seminar on Organization Theory I 4
Seminar on Organization Theory II 4
Seminar on Equity Investments I 4
Seminar on Equity Investments II 4
Seminar on Management Accounting I 4
Seminar on Management Accounting II 4
Seminar on Environmental Accounting I 4
Seminar on Environmental Accounting II 4
Seminar on Macroergonomics I 4
Seminar on Macroergonomics II 4
Seminar on Production Management I 4
Seminar on Production Management II 4
Seminar on Cost Accounting I 4
Seminar on Cost Accounting II 4
Research
subjects
Study on Information Processing 2
Study on Financial Accounting 2
Study on Marketing 2
Study on Transportation 2
Study on Business Strategy 2
Study on Organization Theory 2
Study on Equity Investments 2
Study on Management Accounting 2
Study on Auditing 2
Study on Macroergonomics 2
Study on Production Management 2
Study on Civil Law 2
Study on Cost Accounting 2
Study on Tax Law 2
Advanced
study
courses
Advanced Study of Soft Computing 2
Advanced Study of Financial Accounting 2
Advanced Study of Marketing 2
Advanced Study of Transportation 2
Advanced Study of Business Strategy 2
Advanced Study of Organization Theory 2
Advanced Study of Corporate Finance 2
Advanced Study of Management Accounting 2
Advanced Study of Environmental Accounting 2
Advanced Study of Ergonomics 2
Advanced Study of Production Management 2
Advanced Study of Civil Law 2
Advanced Study of Cost Accounting 2
Advanced Study of Tax Law
Common
subjects
Study on Academic Writing 2
Work Shop 1 2
Work Shop 4 2
Work Shop 6 (Marketing Management) 2
Work Shop 10 (Medical Welfare Economic Policy and Management) 2
Work Shop 11 2
Work Shop 12 2