Faculty of Management

  • Department of Management

    Management Course

    Students learn modules including product development, marketing, and management strategy that can then be applied to wide-ranging industry, to help them examine social needs and develop ideas and problem-solving skills to boost corporate growth.

  • Department of Management

    Public Management Course

    A course for national and local civil servants, police officers, and firefighters. It teaches all the ins and outs of how national and local governments operate and nurtures candidates capable of planning and implementing measures to counter various problems such as the declining/aging population, income inequality, disasters, and environmental issues.

  • Department of Management

    Food Business Course

    Students learn three core areas of the food industry: management, informatics, and food science. They team up with companies and local governments to tackle product development, sales promotion, and store management techniques, honing their ability to spark joy and enrich lives through food.

  • Department of Sports Management

    Given a series of coming sports events, chief among which the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as well as growing awareness of health, the sports industry looks set to catalyze the Japanese economy going forward. In this department, we teach marketing and promotion strategies tailored for the sports industry and nurture candidates well-placed to contribute to the same.

  • Department of Global Tourism and Business

    Global Business Course

    Students gain greater insights into global economic trends and international management. They also learn how companies with a domestic and international presence handle marketing, product planning, promotion, and sales. All this—plus the English proficiency required for daily life and business.

  • Department of Global Tourism and Business

    Tourism Business Course

    This course teaches students elements of management, tourism, and English in a single package. Focusing on the tourism industry, now very much in the spotlight and accounting for around 10% of global GDP, we examine the measures required for business planning and regional revitalization and nurture candidates capable of planning hospitality services.