Division of Economics
  • Hachioji Campus
Graduate School of Economics Division of Economics


Highly specialized professionals are fostered with systematic economic knowledge and flexible thinking ability 

Master's Program Division of Economics

Two courses are placed
There are "Economic Theory / Policy Course" and "Tax Law (Tax Accountant) Course" in the master's program. In each case, you will firmly solidify the basics of economics and statistics in the basic subjects, touch on the research of various specialized subjects, and proceed to the preparation of thesis or specific subject research.

Solidify a solid foundation
Specialized subjects include basic themes such as mathematical statistics, macro / microeconomics, finance, finance, and international economy, which are indispensable for understanding modern economy, and systematically study in the form of special lectures. In addition to this, in the tax law (tax accountant) course, you will learn about tax law, tax policy, local finance, etc., and deepen your understanding of the mechanism and function of Japan's tax system.

Advance to various specialized fields
In the economic theory / policy course, in order to study the governments and companies that are the main constituents of economic activities, and the regions where economic activities are held, comparison of Japanese, American, and European corporate management in finance, finance, local finance, international comparative management, comparative industries, etc. You will work on cutting-edge themes such as comparison of Japanese and Asian industrial development and changes in Japanese-style employment practices. In the tax law (tax accountant) course, you will thoroughly understand the theme of the master's thesis, such as income tax, corporate tax, inheritance tax, consumption tax, etc. We will lead you to the creation.

Outline of Master's Program in Division of Economics

Satellite classes are now available at Kasumigaseki Campus!

Tax law (tax accountant) course target

Starting in 2019, the Graduate School of Economics Division of Economics in Economics Tax Law (Tax Accountant) Course will offer courses on tax law and accounting at the Kasumigaseki Campus of Teikyo University for working adults who aim to become tax accountants. Classes start at 18:15 on weekdays, so you can go to Graduate School school while working.

Opening hours
Weekdays (Monday to Friday) 6th period (18:15-19:45) and 7th period (19:50-21:20)

  • * Saturday 1st period (9: 00-10: 30) and 2nd period (10: 45-12: 15) are required to take classes offered at the Hachioji Campus.

Courses opened at Kasumigaseki Campus
"International Tax Special Lecture I / II" "Income Tax Law Special Lecture" "Corporate Tax Law Special Lecture" etc.
In addition, working adults can use the Entrance examination for working adults.

Syllabus

Syllabus

Syllabus of the Department of Economics Graduate School of Economics Division of Economics

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Grading Criteria

Grades are issued on the portal site every semester (or at the end of the academic year for students enrolled only in year-round courses). However, the final grades (pass or fail) for Master's Program (2nd year, 4th semester) and Doctoral Program (3rd year, 6th semester) will be handed out at the university. The evaluation criteria are as follows.

Grading Criteria Score Veredict
S. 100-90 points Pass
A 89-80 points
B. 79-70 points
C. 69-60 points
P Pass (Thesis Review)
D. 59-0 points Fail

 

Credit Recognition

[Master's Program]

Tax law (tax accountant) course

  • The number of credits required to complete is 30 credits.
  • The compulsory subjects are "Tax Law Exercise I" (4 credits throughout the year), which is offered in the 1st year, and "Tax Law Exercise II" (4 credits throughout the year), which is offered in the 2nd year.
  • Duplicate courses of the same subject are not allowed.
  • In the 1st year, there is a limit of 12 credits for 6 subjects per semester.
  • When you take the neseccary credits and pass the thesis examination, you will complete.

Economic theory / policy course

  • The number of credits required to complete is 30 credits.
  • As a general rule, be sure to take and acquire "Economics Exercise I / II" (2 credits each) offered by your academic advisor in the 1st year and "Economics Exercise III" (4 credits throughout the year) in the 2nd year.
  • Please consult with your academic advisor to decide whether to submit your master's thesis or specific research by the time you submit your 2nd year dissertation title declaration.
  • Duplicate courses of the same subject are not allowed.
  • In the 1st year, there is a limit of 12 credits for 6 subjects per semester.
  • Compleation of the program is attained by satisfying the required number of credits and passing the examination of the master's thesis or specific subject research.

[Doctoral Program ]

  • You need 12 credits to complete.
  • There is no distinction between compulsory and optional, but as a general rule, please take the courses of your academic advisor for three consecutive years.
  • If required, you can take a master's degree course, but you will not be accredited for credits.
  • Completion of the program is attained by satisfying the required number of credits and passing the doctoral dissetation examination.
  • Even if the required number of credits is fulfilled, failure to submit or fail to pass the doctoral dissertation will result in dismissal from the program at the end of the term.