Overview and Characteristics of School Curriculum

The curriculum of the school of economics is designed to help students master the fundamentals of economics, business administration, and accounting, and also develop social skills to be a full-fledged member of society.

The curriculum, which encompasses these fields, is comprised of six modules: Five of them are mainly for the teaching of basic knowledge in economics: Economic Analysis; Policy Studies; International Comparative Studies; Organization and Management Studies; and Accounting, each of which contains 3-5 units, consisting of 2-6 subjects. Another module is Basic Social Skills, where hands-on experiences are emphasized in a smaller class setting, aiming in particular at further development of problem-solving, communication, and English skills.

By carefully choosing modules and units that best relate to their field of interest, the students will be able to study specific topics in depth and focus on subjects that are most relevant to their interests. The study at the school will provide the students with sufficient knowledge and skills necessary for their desired career.