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Graduate School of Economics

Graduate School of Economics

Original site of Graduate School of Economics and Faculty of Economics

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Graduate School of Economics

NCU founded the Graduate School of Economics in 1968. Since then, this school has fulfilled its role as a training institution for researchers, producing a large number of graduates as university faculty members. In 1989, the school started the first evening school (Master's Program) for working professionals in Japan. In 2005, the school reformed and opened an evening Doctoral Program where working professionals are able to study in a Doctoral curriculum. A large number of students, including working professionals, have graduated from this school. In this respect, NCU has achieved outstanding results for society as an advanced academic and professional training institution.

In this respect, NCU has achieved outstanding results for society as an advanced academic and professional training institution. In an effort to make a constructive and creative academic environment, the school allows students to earn their Master's Program by submitting research papers developed from topics dealt with in lectures. In addition, the school provides special lectures by successful professionals in their respective business areas.In 2016, the school started a new program, "Course of Economics and Management in Health," to provide medical personnel. In collaboration with the Graduate School of Medical Sciences, the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the University Hospital, this course provides professional research and education for solving economic and management problems in medical institutions.

Master's Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Economics

The goal of the Master's Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Economics is to analyze various economic problems theoretically as a matter of economic policy. This program provides advanced research and education in four areas: namely, the Economic Theory Group, the Economic Policy I Group, the Economic Policy II Group and the Institutional Economics and Economic History Group.

Master's Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Management

The goal of the Master's Program and Doctoral Program in Department of Management is to provide training in the business world by paying attention to the relationship between business administration, accounting, and financing. This program provides advanced research and education in three areas: namely, the Business Administration Group, the Accounting Group and the Finance and Information Systems Group.

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