Curriculum & Features

Students require extensive knowledge of economics and a variety of other disciplines to understand today’s global economy. Accordingly, the IGESS curriculum encompasses the following course and program elements:

  • Extensive basic education and liberal arts courses up to the third semester
  • From the fourth semester, well-balanced courses in Economic Theory and Application, Applied Global Economics and Global Business, and Business English and Communication
  • Graduation thesis preparation with supervision from seminar instructors
  • Extensive major subject courses offered by four faculties on the Tama Campus
1st-3rd Semester
  • First Year Seminar
  • Japanese
  • Academic Skills (Academic Literacy, College Writing)
  • Liberal Arts
  • Introduction to Economics, Sustainability Studies
Ichigaya Campus (basic education and liberal arts course)
1st-3rd Semester
  • First Year Seminar
  • Japanese
  • Academic Skills (Academic Literacy, College Writing)
  • Liberal Arts
  • Introduction to Economics, Sustainability Studies
4th-8th Semester
Principles of Economics
Japan and the Global Economy
Business Communication I
Practical Economics
Japanese Business and Economy
Demography(Statistics)
Japan and ASEAN Economy
Seminar & Thesis
 
6th-8th Semester
International Economics
Multi-National Enterprises
Business Communication II
Macro/Micro Economics
Area Studies
Business Research Seminar
Tama Campus (specialized education)
4th-8th Semester
Principles of Economics
Japan and the Global Economy
Business Communication I
Practical Economics
Japanese Business and Economy
Demography(Statistics)
Japan and ASEAN Economy
Seminar & Thesis
6th-8th Semester
International Economics
Multi-National Enterprises
Business Communication II
Macro/Micro Economics
Area Studies
Business Research Seminar
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