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The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration offers programs in economics and business administration. The subjects covered include: macroeconomics, microeconomics, economic history, business administration, management strategy, organization management, decision-making, marketing, management sciences, accounting and financial engineering. The faculty boasts an excellent professorate renowned for eminent research, enabling students to gain a broad understanding in economics and business administration.
Instructions are provided with in small groups not only at the seminars for junior and senior students to write a thesis, but also at ones for sophomore students seeking expertises. On graduation, in addition to employment in the public or private sectors, students have the opportunity to go on to the graduate school.
Three features of the program in the Economics Program are: (1) systematic study of economic theories; (2)historical understanding of the development of economic activities; and (3)verification of the theories by empirical data. The aim of the course is to equip students with the capability to discern whether the present economic system is really efficient, and to seek and realize a more affluent society.
In the Business Administration Program, students are able to gain a broad understanding in business administration and economics through classes and seminars designed to enrich their knowledge about business firms. The goal of the course is to nurture excellent talent that will qualify students in the future as leaders in command of businesses, or as researchers in the field of business administration and economics.