Faculty of CommerceDeveloping business sense and skills usable in any
society in the world
|Department of Business Administration|
Our objective is to in still our
graduates with the expert knowledge required to succeed in any field
anywhere in the world. This knowledge includes the latest in corporate
management and corporate strategies, as well as international management,
international financing and advanced communication tools, which are
becoming increasingly important. International business people must be
able to find the problems affecting enterprises around the world. There
are cases where what is common sense in your country may not be common
sense elsewhere. A resource-poor country like Japan must use work to
create new bonds with the people of the world. Our department teaches the
meaning of enterprise and business from this global viewpoint.
Business Administration Course
teaches the know-how required for successful business management and
develops the abilities needed to flourish at the front line of business
Management Information Course
This course develops highly adaptable students through its focus
on technology for the management and application of information, which
controls the fate of business management.
and Marketing Course
This course teaches the theory
of marketing, which generates the strategies for product sale programs in
the distribution industry, and techniques such as research.
|Department of International
This department produces business people
that can succeed on the world stage through a balance of three fields with
high social needs: trade, service and business, and communication. We have
prepared a revolutionary curriculum for learning both international
business skills and English and each student can select which field they'd
like to learn more about.
This new department is designed to develop
accounting specialists that can succeed as tax councilors, certified
public accountants, financial affairs and accounting staff and in banks
and securities companies. Accounting is crucial for the healthy growth of
economic systems. It has the important role of communicating to
organizations and societies the true state of businesses and other
organizations through the recording, analysis, and reporting of their
economic activities of businesses.
The Accounting Education Center is located on
the 6th floor of the Management Research building at the Hachioji campus.
Teaching assistants are always available at the center to explain the
difficult points of course work and for consultations about future
learning programs. There are also reference books and DVDs of lectures for
passing certification. Furthermore, courses for passing the bookkeeping
licensing exam are held every term. The Accounting Education Center
enhances accounting education in the Faculty of Commerce and supports
students of the accounting department. The number of visitors grows much
larger as the bookkeeping licensing exams of the Japan Chamber of Commerce
and Industry and undergraduate term exams draw near.