Graduate School of
Business Design

Graduate School of Business Design

This is a professional course established at the Kioi-machi, Tokyo campus. The Graduate School of Business Design uses practical business education to develop human resources with advanced knowledge and business design skills.

Builds strategy design skills in a combination of theoretical research and case study research covering five domains, including management, finance, supply chain management, marketing, and information, communication, and knowledge management.

To facilitate practical business education, instructors with rich business experience are invited.

Moreover, the central downtown location of the Kioi-machi campus is utilized to invite in many businessmen currently working on the front lines of their respective industries to provide thorough guidance into practical strategy design skills. The diverse group of instructors mix with the adult students, many of whom have already demonstrated their specialist skills in the workplace, to thoroughly investigate currently active case studies in a fruitful "Face to Face" learning environment.

The Graduate School of Business Design offers night classes, Saturday classes, and summer school programs, for a flexible curriculum that is designed to allow adult members of society to easily acquire course credits.

M.A. Program

Business Design (M.B.A.)

  • Research themes:
    Marketing, accounting, organization theory, strategy theory, etc.
  • Participant projects:
    Minami Awa digital village concept, local broadband broadcast station, research into urban design at Makuhari New Town Center, etc.
  • Expected career paths after degree:
    International institutions, NGOs, local public authorities, mass media-related, overseas branches of Japanese corporations, teacher, etc.
  • Page Top

Josai International University

1 Gumyo, Togane-shi Chiba-ken 283-8555, Japan TEL : 81-475-55-8855 (9:00am - 5:00pm) FAX : 81-475-53-2194

Copyright (C) Josai International University. All rights reserved.