Course Description 2019-2020

Each class has a practical and applied orientation, and relies heavily on Japanese examples and case studies. All courses are conducted in English and taught in the Graduate School of Business and Commerce. The course summaries can be viewed by clicking on the course title below, though detailed syllabi and reading lists will be normally handed out in the first meeting of each class.

Required courses(1st year)

Spring Semester Fall Semester
Business Economics I  Business Economics II
Japanese Economy International Tax Law
Domestic Tax Law International Economy
Advanced Study of Public Finance (Spring) Advanced Study of Public Finance (Fall)
Seminar Public Finance (Spring) Seminar Public Finance (Fall)
  Accounting
Basic Japanese Ⅰ (non-credit)   Basic Japanese Ⅱ (non-credit)

Required courses (1st and 2nd year)

Spring Semester Fall Semester
Seminar Advanced Study of Taxation and Economic Policies (Spring) Seminar Advanced Study of Taxation and Economic Policies (Fall)
Seminar Advanced Study of Tax Administration    

Required courses (1st or 2nd year)

Spring Semester Fall Semester
                                                                                                       

Advanced Study of Tax Administration

 

Advanced Study of Finance

 

Macroeconomics

  Globalization and Human Resources Management

Elective courses

Spring Semester Fall Semester
Introduction to Econometrics Academic Writing
Business Communication

 

Advanced Study of Micro Marketing