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Business Administration is the study and understanding of business operations and related aspects of society from the three dimensions of marketing, personnel and technology. Private corporations are the main focus of our inquiries, however, the subject can be applied to any entity that can broadly be defined as an organization, such as public offices or schools. What is sought in a radically-changing business environment is the ability to interpret the shifts in any given period of time and to offer the provision of innovative ideas.
The Faculty of Business Administration will develop the practical skills of students by including special lectures from top business managers in its curriculum and unique career formation programs, as well as internships.
In the Orientation Seminar, the “Practice Interview!” has been implemented so that students can interview businesspeople actively engaged in the industry. While raising students’ awareness of employment, this program provides opportunities to learn the wisdom of predecessors in regard to the content that needs to be learned in university. This small-group seminar consists of approximately 15 students per class.
In the Basic Seminar, students select themes that interest them from approximately among 30 themes. Students conduct surveys and analyses on the selected assignments by actually doing field-work, and so on. By working in a group, students demonstrate the results through presentations. The Basic Seminar will help students to acquire an active style of learning.
In the Department of Business Administration, students learn various theories in regard to corporate management. We have designed classes based on hands-on experience, including special lectures by top management personnel, internships, and practical training programs in order for students to utilize their acquired knowledge in the field. This program will help students improve their ability to find a job by integrating theory and practice.
While taking subjects with regard to business administration that are equivalent to the ones offered by the Department of Business Administration, accounting, marketing, and IT, students will acquire management perspectives necessary for corporate administration in the future.
This program offers courses in which students will learn the basic skills needed in the Hospitality and Sports related industries. Students will also have internship opportunities where they can put these skills to practical use.
By offering practical communication subjects including English, Chinese, and sign language, this program will foster professionals that can respond to the globalization and the spread of accessible, “barrier-free” facilities within the industry.