Graduate School of Commerce

We aim at the development of highly qualified specialists who possess a broad-minded vision that meets the demands of a rapidly changing business world.

Departments

Commerce

Master's Program

This program is divided into two courses: one focusing on distribution and marketing, and the other on finance and accountancy.
Master’s students gain the specialized knowledge needed to respond to demands posed by diversification in regional economic development and business administration.

Doctoral Program

The doctoral program is divided into two fields: one focusing on distribution and marketing, and the other on finance and accountancy. Today, waves of globalization are ever stronger, and specialists with an international point of view are required. Therefore, this field of research requires constant surveillance and consideration of changing world trends from various angles for a broader global understanding. The program aims at developing human resources with superior research skills who can take leading roles in companies and communities.

Number of Students

  Master’s Program Doctoral Program
Commerce 5 (4) 11 (4)

※The number of newly enrolled students is shown in parentheses.

※ as of May 2017

Placement Data

Continuing education destinations (past 5 years)
KGU Graduate School of Commerce, Doctoral Program
KGU Graduate School of Economics, Master’s Program
KGU Graduate School of Accountancy, Professional Degree Program
Aoyama Gakuin University Graduate School of Professional Accountancy
Employment destinations (past 5 years)
Accounting offices, tax accountant offices, universities, research institutes, communications companies, bank, hotel, hospital, pharmacy, etc.