Students in the Faculty of Economics learn about the mechanisms of economic activity and business organization in a globally interdependent world. Educational policy is focused on nurturing students' ability to put their acquired knowledge to practical use in society.
The goal is to develop businesspeople with an understanding of the basics of economics, business administration and commercial science, balanced by the capacity for practical application, who can shoulder responsibility for economic activity while adopting a broad perspective.

Department of Economics

After mastering basic economic theory, students continue their education by freely choosing from among more than 100 specialized classes offered in such fields as economics and commercial science. Priority is also given to computer education, which is an essential tool for economic activity. Starting in their second year, students select from among three major courses that encourage systematic study ranging from the basics through practical applications.

Course in Social Welfare, the Environment, and Public Policy

Studies focus on the various problems confronting society such as environmental protection and the graying of society, offering well-rounded insight into economic systems that build a prosperous society.

Course in the Market, Corporations, and Industry

Students examine the mechanisms of capitalism and learn about national and local economic policies that have an impact on economic society.

Course in International Economics and Society

This course investigates the economies and societies of Asian countries, the United States, and other areas of the world, and clarifies the dynamic movement of the global economy.

Department of Contemporary Business

This department is dedicated to the study of the management of corporations that are considered the nucleus of international economic activity, covering such areas as trade, business, marketing, and accounting. Consideration is given to theoretical tools for understanding the contemporary economy from the perspective of corporate management.
Beginning in their second year, students select one of the study courses listed below and take classes designed to deepen knowledge relevant to the internationalization of the economy and of business, focusing on such areas as trade, the economies of Europe, North America and Asia, and business English. An intensive program in practical business English is also available.

Course in Trade and International Business

This course focuses on economic conditions in various countries and the theoretical underpinnings of trade and international finance.

Course in Management and Marketing

Students are given practical training in the theory of corporate management, including management theory, marketing and cost management.

Course in Corporate Affairs and Accounting

Students in this course learn the mechanics and theory of accounting with a view to acquiring certification in various accounting fields.