College of Sociology
Department of Business Management
The course offers a wide variety of knowledge necessary for running a company and thriving in business.
Corporate management course provides subjects that contents of the other three courses are built upon.
Therefore, the course covers basic skills and knowledge essential for any types of business.
The curriculum is designed for those interested in business management, as well as in startups ventures and global business with international ties.
Experience the heartbeat of business by researching and analyzing the management of real companies and retails.
"How do we make the best use of available human resources, information, money, and facilities?” "How do we build corporate strengths that get us ahead of rivals?" "What’s most important to succeed overseas?” “How do we come up with a fresh business idea that nobody else has tried?” ......Exploring such questions on multiple dimensions prepares students for real business.
Lectures by professors with real experience in corporate management and consulting offer theories and practical advice as well as the dynamism of ever-moving business world.
We also offer “International management training,” where students visit offices of Japanese companies in China and experience business management across cultures and reality of global business.
Faculty Profile: Professor Hideto Yasuda (Corporate economics/innovation theory)
Specialized seminar “Innovative business management studies”
Students learn the difference between winners and lose among corporate and how to build competitive edges of a company by analyzing specific businesses, product development, or their management
Students are also given opportunities to develop their own business and explore innovative management.