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In the Faculty of Economics, students can study to become professionals who can create a richer society by engaging in holistic observation of economic activity. The curriculum of the Faculty of Economics at NUCB is divided into 2 departments: The Department of Policy Management, where organizations and entities are observed from a policy perspective, and the Department of Economics, where market economies are studied in a holistic manner. The Faculty has achieved a top-level employment rate in Aichi Prefecture for its graduates, and graduates are given preference for advancing to NUCB’s Graduate School, whose MBA program has been ranked #1 in Asia.
Students in the Department of Economics will acquire a wide perspective and breadth of knowledge in economics, from fundamentals to applications, through systematic study from the outset of the program. Students will learn about business transactions, employment issues, financial transactions, and behavioral economics with a specific emphasis on market economics. Students will also take subjects in management to obtain practical skills for their future careers.
Students in the Department of Policy Management will gain an understanding of government and municipal frameworks and the roles and functions of public institutions. At the same time, students will also learn about society as a whole through a wide variety of topics such as market economics, the current state of business management, applications of advanced skills and technologies, relationships with international societies, and environmental issues. They will develop into professionals with the knowledge required to build better societies in our ever-changing, globally-minded times