Graduate School of Economics

The Graduate School of Economics provides two programs with majors in ‘Regional and Economic Policy’ and ‘Corporate Management’, to develop business persons with technical knowledge, and researchers in economics, business administration and law. A particular feature of the graduate school is interdisciplinary study across economics, business administration and law that allow students to explore the informatization of economic society, globalization, and similar issues. The graduate school has a large number of subjects that focus on practical, creative efforts to solve real problems in many areas of business, as well as subjects that take into account disciplines in various new scientific domains.

Program Majors
Master’s Program
  • Regional and Economic Policy
  • Business Administration

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