GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

The Graduate School was founded in 1991. Since then, the school has aimed at bringing up excellent economists who are able to cope with the changing global economic system. The lecture program covers the following 8 fields in economics, which include seminars, lectures, and readings on foreign literature. Thirty two credit points are required for graduation and in addition, a master's thesis must be submitted.

Master's Programs (two year period)

  1. Economic Theory
    Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Econometrics, History of Economic Thought
  2. Economic History
    Occidental Economic History, Chinese Economic History, Modern Japanese Economic History
  3. Economic Policy
    Economic Policy, Economic Geography of the Circum Pacific Rims, Agricultural Economics, Theory of International Trade
  4. Theory of Finance
    Public Finance, Government Policy, Monetary Economics, Theory of Monetary System
  5. Statistics
    Statistics
  6. Social Policy
    Social Policy, Labor Economics
  7. Others
    Business Administration, Accounting, Theory of Management Information
  8. Readings on Foreign Literature