A Balanced Curriculum
The curriculum covers a wide range from fundamental theory and analytical methods (such as statistics and social research techniques) to analysis of real-world phenomena of business management, and features a balance between fundamentals and applications.
Class Conducted in Various Styles
Classes are conducted in various styles, including traditional readings, case-study discussions based on real-world cases, and data analysis practices. The courses are designed to develop skills in pursuance, analysis, real-life application, and communication.
Guidance From Multiple Faculty Instructors
Multifaceted guidance from multiple specialized staff members will be available to support the master's thesis writing process. This will help to broaden the analytical perspectives and methods in approaching the research topic.
Research Fields of Graduate Program Instructors
|Hisanaga Amikura||Creating and Sustaining Competitive Advantages through Organizational Capabilities Development|
|Noriko Arai||Fan-based Marketing|
|Nobuko Hosogaya||Global talent management of Japanese multinationals, Career development of female expatriates|
|Masahiro Ishii||Asset pricing and Risk Management|
|Adam Johns||Brand authenticity and place branding|
|Agata Kapturkiewicz||Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, Organization Theory, Comparative Research|
|Genjiro Kosaka||New Product Development and Organization Design|
|Shigeru Nishizawa||Financial Reporting Analysis and International Taxation of Global Companies|
|Tetsuo Sugimoto||Psychological research for consumer behavior and advertising|
|Yoko Sugitani||Consumer psychology and brand management|
|Hideyuki Takenouchi||Foreign Direct Investment of Japanese Firms and Interfirm Relationships|
|Atsuko Takinishi||International accounting, The relationship between the nature of accounting standards, capital markets and the social environments|
|Taku Togawa||Marketing strategy and consumer behavior|
|Toshiaki Wakabayashi||Governmental and nonprofit accounting, and Accounting for performance evaluation|