Faculty of Management and Information Science

Faculty of Management and Information ScienceOur motto is "Keep on Dreaming!

The Faculty of Management and Information Science has two departments: the Department of Management and Information Science, and the Department of Media and Information Systems. We aim to develop human resources with the practical ability to quickly sense and respond to trends in society, economics and technology--as they change at a dizzying pace.

Faculty of Management and Information Science Admission Policy

The Faculty of Management and Information Science develops human resources with the practical ability to quickly sense and respond--using management and information science--to rapidly-changing trends in society, economics and technology.
Therefore, we accept students with an interest in the business community, local communities, and information technology, who devote themselves seriously to their studies, and want to be active in society.

Department of Management and Information Science

Department of Management and Information ScienceCultivating business leaders ready to work immediately in local communities

In the Department of Management and Information Science, students learn about business management, public management, distribution management and sports business, and develop practical business skills.
The department cultivates human resources who can be business leaders at companies in various fields and in local communities, and who can immediately set to work on the front lines of society.

Business Management Course

Management and Information Course

This course develops problem-solving businesspersons who can step in as immediate assets at companies and other organizations. This is achieved through mastery of knowledge in the area of management science, and practical learning based on partnerships with local industry.

Distribution Management Course

Public Management Course

This course develops individuals who can build processes for product delivery from producers to consumers (customers), including steps such as product production, packaging, storage, and delivery, as well as data gathering and public relations.

Public and Regional Management Course

Management and Information Course

Through learning about policy planning/formulation and public management to meet local needs, this course develops individuals who can contribute to local communities, primarily as public employees or staff at nonprofit organizations.

Sports Business Course

Public Management Course

Students in this course learn the principles of sports related business, so they can provide both sports and management related services, and support athletes.

Degree Bachelor of Management and Information Science

Main Classes

First year Introduction to Management, Distribution, Introduction to Commercial Science, Bookkeeping, Microeconomics, Basic Seminar on Personal Computers, Information Network Law
Second year Management Organization, Marketing, History of Management, Sports Business, Entrepreneurship, Financial Statements, Finance, Introduction to Information Science, Sports Management
Third year Production Systems, International Management, Management Strategy, Financial Management, Local Government, Distribution Systems, Local Sports, Consumer Behavior, Sports Marketing, Internet Business
Fourth year Presentation Seminar, Local Cooperation, Lifelong Sports, Graduation Research, Local Government Finance, Industrial Sociology, Marketing Seminar, Community Revitalization

Paths after Graduation

Graduates are active in many areas, as businesspeople, staff of public organizations, and other positions.

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Department of Media and Information Systems

Department of Media and Information SystemsMastering the skills of "information dissemination" needed in today's world

Today, e-business using ICT has spread throughout the world. Content is created through media design, and business is supported by information systems.
This department imparts knowledge useful in any era, as well as the skills needed at the moment. Graduates master solid skills that can be put to use in any field.

E-Business Course

Image Media Course

The modern world is supported by e-business, and companies use the Internet to carry out all their business with consumers and other companies. This course develops individuals who can engage in this new and diversifying form of business--through study of information and communication technology, and analysis of big data.

Media Design Course

Information Systems Course

Students in this course learn effective methods of content distribution suited to each type of media--such as broadcasting or Internet communication--as well as production technologies for video, digital music and other media with strong appeal. In this way, we develop graduates who can lead the PR strategies essential for business and regional revitalization.

Information Systems Course

Information Systems Course

Information systems are the foundation supporting all types of business, and critical strategies are deployed on information systems. In this course, we develop people who can build and use effective systems.

Degree Bachelor of Media and Information Systems

Main Classes

First year Introduction to Information Science, Network Fundamentals, Video Media, Basic Seminar on Personal Computers, Software Fundamentals, Introduction to Management, Freshman Seminar
Second year Marketing, Management Information Systems, Introduction to E-business, How to Use ICT, Algorithms and Data Structures, Computer Networks, Video Production Seminar, Presentation Seminar
Third year Distribution Systems, Data Analysis, Internet Business, Database Theory, Program Production Seminar, Website Creation and Management Seminar, Practical Business (Internship)
Fourth year Graduate Research, Security Management, Internet Advertising, Career Guidance

Paths after Graduation

Graduates can choose from a wide range of occupations by leveraging their broad knowledge of information technology and media, and their practical training relating to society. These include careers in media, information-related companies, and general clerical work.

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