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Syllabus

Syllabus for 2021
Instructors and classes are subject to change. 
Syllabus is updated every April. 

Curriculum Chart

*(E) stands for the course conducted in English.
  (J/E) stands for the course conducted in Japanese or Englsh depending on the year.
  Classes are subject to change. 
  Please check Syllabus above for your reference. 

Required Subjects (School)

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Principles of Business  Administration,
Business Management,
Accounting,
Public Management,
Modern Economics
 

Liberal Arts Subjects

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Introduction to Business Management  
Language and Thought, Social Thought, Ethical Thought, Religious Thought, Mathematics, Statistics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History of Natural Scientific Thought, Physical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Physiology, Health Science, Theory of Sports, Leisure and Recreation, Modern Society and Sports, Science of Exercise Training, Academic Writing, Theory of Language Expression, Foreign Literature (British and American / German / French / Chinese), Japanese Linguistics, Japanese Literature, European History (General / Special Studies), Law, Geography, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology,  Japanese Culture & Society (for foreign students), Liberal Arts Seminar,Liberal Arts Seminar in Foreign Languages (J/E), Foundamental Specialized Seminar Basic Philosophy, 
Philosophy,
Japanese Literature (Contemporary)
Elementary Sign Language Communication, Intermediate Sign Language Communication, Global Issues (E)

Foreign Language Subjects

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
●Required (more than two languages)  
English, German, French, Chinese, Russian, Korean (Elementary / Intermediate), Japanese (Composition and Reading / Rapid Reading and Careful Reading)
●Elective
TOEFL Reading/listening/Speaking/Writing (E), TOEFL Preparation (E), English Exams (E), Speech and Debate (E), Special English Study, English Expression, English Communication / German Communication / French Communication / Chinese Communication (Elementary / Intermediate / Advanced)

Physical Education

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Physical Education Physical Education Elective, Outdoor Elective Physical Education

Practice Related Subjects

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
Introduction to Career Development Research Literacy
International Business Program (E), Global Service Learning, Field Study

Seminar Subjects

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
  Seminar I Seminar II Seminar III

Fundamental Specialized Subjects

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
   Basic Marketing   
  Fundamentals of Management (E), Transcultural Business Communication (E), Strategic Business Communication (E)
Bookkeeping, Principles of Economics, Economic History, Business History, Basic Mathematics for Management, Managerial Psychology, Information Society, Business Law, Fundamental Specialized Seminar Business Economics, Business Statistics, Managerial Sociology, Industrial Physiology, Business Management and the Environment, Economic Geography, Corporate Social Responsibility (J/E), Strategic Management Information Systems, Corporate Law, Bills and Notes Law and Cheques Law, Property Law, Tax Law, Labor Law, British Culture, American Culture (J/E), German Culture, Chinese Culture, Southeast Asian Culture, East European Culture, French Culture, Japanese Culture, Studies in Business Literature, Business English, Business Presentation (E), Internet Business (J/E), Contents Business (J/E)
 
Japanese Economy (E) , Japanese Economic History, Social Research, Foreign Business Affairs, Fundamental Specialized Lectures

Required and Specialized Subjects (Department of Business Management)

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
  <Japanese Companies>
Corporation Theory
 <Human Resource & Organization>
Management Theory
 
  <Philosophy/Culture/History>
Management Philosophy,  History of Management Theories, Japanese Entrepreneurial History, Japanese Business History, History of International Business, Business Culture, Family Business (GSBA) (E)
<Strategy/Marketing>

Management Strategy, Innovation Management, Marketing Management, Global Marketing, Strategic Marketing (E), E Commerce (GSBA) (E), Strategic Management (GSBA) (E), International Marketing (GSBA) (E), Service Marketing (GSBA) (E)
<Products/Money/Information & Analysis>
Production Management, Technology Management, Knowledge Management,
Financial Management, Modern Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Technology Strategy, Information System in Management, Information Ethics (GSBA) (E), Information Science (GSBA) (E), Corporate Finance (GSBA) (E), Investments (GSBA) (E)
<Human Resource & Organization> 

Organizational Theory, Human Resource Development, Human Resource Management, Employment Relations, Organizational Behavior, Industrial Relations, In-firm Training, Organizational Behavior (GSBA) (E), Human Resource Management (GSBA) (E)
<Gloval>
 Transcultural Management (E), International Management (J/E), Comparative Management (America / Western Europe / Russia and Eastern Europe / China), Reading in Foreign Languages, Transnational Management (GSBA) (E)
<Japanese Companies>
Strategic Analysis of Japanese Companies (E), Innovation Strategy in Japan (E), Japanese Management, Small and Medium-sized Businesses, Start-up Enterprise
 
Special Lectures on Business Management
 

Required and Specialized Subjects (Department of Accounting)

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
 <Management>
Introduction to Management Accouting, Cost Accounting
<Disclosure>
Introduction to Financial Accounting, Basic Accounting (E)
 
  Intermediate Bookkeeping,
 Advanced Bookkeeping
 
  <Management>

Cost Management, Management Control, FInancial Statement Analysis, Accounting Information Systems, Production Management,  Management Accounting (GSBA) (E)
<Disclosure>
Theory of Financial Statements, Auditing, Accounting Standards, Environmental Accounting, NPO Accounting, Public Accounting, Financial Accounting (E), Advanced FInancial Accounting (GSBA) (E), FInancial Statement Analysis (GSBA) (E)
<Gloval>
Reading in Foreign Languages, International Financial Reporting Theory, Accounting in English, Accounting History

<Tax & Law>
Corporation Tax Law, Accounting for Taxation
 <Strategy/Marketing>
Management Strategy, Marketing Management, Organizational Theory, Small and Medium-sized Businesses, Knowledge Management, Internatnional Management (J/E), Comparative Management (America), Strategic Analysis of Japanese Companies (E)
<Finance>
Financial Managemment, Modern Corporate Finance, Corporate Finance (GSBA) (E)
 
Special Lectures on Accounting, Professional Seminar on Accounting
 

Required and Specialized Subjects (Department of Public Management)

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year  4th Year
 
  
 
<Phylosophy/History/Culture/Life>
History of the Public, Representation of Publicness, Health and Disease, Public Philosophy, Life Culture, Regional Management and Society, Geography on Housing and Work 
<Theory/Sector Theory>
Applied Solution Approach to International Public Management (E)
<Strategy/Various Management>
Administrative Management, Toustisum Management(J/E) , Community Development
    
    <Theory/Sector Theory>
Reading if Foreign Lanuages, Nonprofit Organization, Social Enterprise, Public Governance, Public Sector Economics, Public Utilities, Small and Medium-sized Businesses, Start-up Enterprise, Cooperative Associations, Introduction to Public Management (E)
<Strategy/Various Management>
 Administrative Management Strategy, Public Transportation and Communities, NPO Management Strategy, Local Government Management, Tourism Industry, Welfare Management, Medical Management, Sports Management, Outdoor Organization Management, Lifestyle Management, Community Business Affairs, NGO's International Cooperation
<Marketing/Finance/Accounting/Evaluation>
Information Technology and Public Sctor, Public Sector Marketing, Sports Marketing, Social Finance, Sustainable Investment, NPO Accounting, Social Accounting, Public Accounting, International Development (J/E), Local Government Financial Analysis, Local Government Finance, Public Sector Evaluation, Social Impact Investment (E)
Special Lectures on Public Management, Basic Solution to International Public Management (E)