2019Graduate School of Economics, KANAGAWA UNIVERSITY 2019

Students study advanced-level specialized subjects at our graduate schools to master leading-edge knowledge in their specializations. Using such knowledge for their own research, they complete a thesis for the master’s program or a dissertation for the doctoral program. Both challenging and fulfilling, these programs help students explore exciting new directions that lead to meaningful advancement in their careers. Kanagawa University’s Graduate School of Economics offers individualized instruction provided by outstanding faculty highly specialized in each student’s area of study. This allows us to provide an ideal learning environment and total support that enables graduate students to achieve successful research results. We also offer fruitful instruction to a wide range of learners, including students from abroad and working adults.The various paths that students embark on after completion of our graduate school programs include careers at private companies and accounting & tax account offices, in public service, enrollment in graduate schools at other universities, and faculty positions at a wide range of institutions. Having an environment that maximizes your ability to pursue your chosen career path is a major consideration in the selection of a graduate school. We offer a full range of support to ensure all students the fullest opportunity to master the highly-advanced specialized knowledge they need to advance in their career.Dean of Graduate School of Economics  Akihiro WatabeInvitation to the Graduate School of Economics(1)Curricula focusing on specialty areas based on a five-course system(2)Dual-instructor system combining major and sub-instructors(3)Instruction in thesis writing with an academic writing system(4)Study rooms equipped with PC’s and Internet connection exclusively for graduate students(5)Interim report meetings for students working on their master’s thesisMaster’s Program: Introducing the Five-Course SystemFeatures of the Graduate School of EconomicsNew ways of choosing a career to prepare for the futureIt is said that the three pillars of economics are theory, policy, and history. In that sense, this course is designed to study two of the three pillars. By studying the history and ideology of economics, we can develop the basic skills to nd ways to solve the problems we are facing today. Since it is a fundamental eld, as a matter of course, it is not going to be practical learning. Therefore, it may be considered an undesirable course for those who want to work in a company. Instead, it is probably a more suitable course for those who want to become a teacher or researcher.●Economic Thought and Economic History CourseThe Public Policy course was created for students looking for a career as specialists in a public institution or as researchers. The course begins with classes in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and statistics that will give you mastery over the analytical tools necessary to understand public policy. The course then turns to the subjects of economic policy, nancial theory, local economics, and environmental economics, which are also crucial to an understanding of actual public policy. The study of analytical tools requires a basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics, so you would also be required to study mathematical economics and economic statistics.●Public Policy CourseThe Distribution,Marketing and Business Management Course is designed for students interested in corporate management and for those who wish to become specialists in charge of advanced business administration. This course covers not only subjects in areas such as business administration, management strategy, management organization, and management nance, but subjects involving distribution, logistics and marketing as well. By studying the wide range of theories involving corporate management and learning how they are put into practice, students can attain the highly specialized knowledge and abilities that are needed in the business world, which is experiencing rapid globalization.●Distribution, Marketing, and Business Management CourseThis course is for nurturing students who are aiming to become a company worker with high-level professional expertise, a certied tax or public accountant, and a public servant. In the accounting eld, we will foster the ability to analyze theoretical and institutional issues in the aspects of corporate and public accounting, which have been even more internationalized in recent years. Furthermore, we oer pragmatic training for handling tax accounting matters. In the eld of nance, students will learn about the current state of Japan’s taxation system and its desired shape, as well as challenges in taxation policies both national and local governments are facing and academic views on how they would be solved.●Accounting and Public Finance CourseThe goal of this course is to develop researchers interested in international economics and train persons active in the international business community. As globalization continues to spread, the importance of international economics will rise. Trade, international investments, and foreign currency exchange transactions are becoming more complex, and international economics heavily inuences every nation and region. This course gives graduate students specialized knowledge of the diverse issues that face the modern world through the study of the basic theories and actual dealings of international trade and international nances, developments in global economics, and the history and current conditions of nations and regions around the world.●International Economics CourseAssociate professor Jumpei Ogawa Professor Takumi YamaguchiProfessor Shoichi HisaAssociate professor Satoko OkuyamaProfessor Takuya Uragami

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