Graduate School of Economics » Educational Features
An understanding of different fields and an interdisciplinary approach is essential for solving deep and difficult problems around us. The basic aspects of economics are complemented by the basics of business related, humanities related, and linguistics related issues that form an organic whole in our Graduate School and it allows for a new and powerful framework for analysis. We strive to use this philosophy to produce high quality graduates. In particular the Graduate School aspires to produce highly trained able specialists who work in the local government and business community, individuals who ably contribute to the region and society, graduates those who want to proceed towards a doctorate, and those who finish lifelong learning and recurrent education with appropriate knowledge of wide range.
The Graduate School looks for students who have deep interest in social sciences. The students are expected to be able to master different aspects of the economic sciences and acquire analytical capability. In particular the prospective students are expected to be the following. 1. Those who want to participate in the economic and business community - even at the international level and those who want to contribute in the public sector such as the local governments. 2. Those who aspire to be leaders in the businesses or local/global community. 3. Those who are interested in lifelong learning and 4. Those who are interested in pursuing an academic career leading towards a Ph. D.