Department of Global Management Studies

Faculty of Global Management Studies

Faculty of Global Management Studies

Department of Global Management Studies

170 students

Students will be trained to develop a global outlook with a keen sense of entrepreneurship, to go on and become business leaders capable of creating businesses which harnessing the resources and personnel of the local community, organizers of startups that will strive to resolve social or community issues, or community leaders who will propose and implement public services.

Course Overview

Global Business Course

Students will acquire knowledge related to company management including business administration, economics, accounting and legal studies, and develop the management and practical skills for running organizations with a global perspective to bring about change.

Entrepreneurship Course

Students will be taught the basics of startups, business succession and revitalization. They will learn a broad outlook and flexible thinking, to develop conceptual and practical capabilities for starting new businesses aimed at resolving social or regional issues.

Public Management Course

Knowledge essential for public management, such as administration organization and local government structural elements will provide students with the planning, proposal and implementation skills for combatting problems in their local communities.

Course Content (example)

Global Business Course

Introduction to company management, entrepreneurship theory, microeconomics, leadership theory, personnel management theory, management information theory, commercial law, internships, seminars, graduate research, etc.

Entrepreneurship Course

Introduction to company management, entrepreneurship theory, social and business theory, management accounting, social business planning, consumer behavior theory, internships, seminars, graduate research, etc.

Public Management Course

Introduction to company management, entrepreneurship theory, Nagano Prefecture economy and industry, regional sociology, administrative law, community design, public policy studies, internships, seminars, graduate research, etc.

Main career paths after graduation (potential)

Global Business Course

Manufacturing industry (construction, electronics, precision machinery, medicine, foodstuffs, etc.), service industry (wholesale, retail, restaurant, accommodation, etc.), transportation, power utilities, information and communications, financial institutions (banks, securities, insurance), etc.

Entrepreneurship Course

Starting or establishing businesses (establishing incorporated companies, NPOs or other organizations), taking over businesses, revitalizing businesses, consulting companies, launching new businesses at private companies, etc.

Public Management Course

Administrative organizations, public institutes, NPOs, etc.