Faculty of Economics

  • Hachioji Campus
  • Uutsunomiya Campus

Interpreting economic trends in a rapidly changing world

The domestic economy in Japan is in a period of significant change, thanks to the combined impact of globalization and digital technology. The Faculty of Economics offers a balanced spread of subjects designed to equip students with the skills to interpret and evaluate rapid developments in the economic world and address the key issues of our time. The Faculty also offers modules specifically designed to help students obtain qualifications in economics, along with opportunities for study in specialized fields.

Admission policy

The Faculty of Economics aims to cultivate human resources who are capable of making meaningful contributions toward the solution of contemporary and complex economic and corporate problems in a wide range of areas. To this end, students learn practical and theoretical knowledge and skills related to economies and corporations in Japan, Asia, and the entire world from a global perspective.

Students are expected to develop academic skills such as excellent comprehension and critical thinking, as well as a wide-ranging interest in economics, society, and other such areas during high school (or studies at another educational institution). Further, students are expected to proactively pursue solutions to problems and issues based on strong volition and a firm sense of responsibility, and they should demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills.

We seek students who, through pursuit of the foregoing during their high school years (or at other educational institutions), have developed the following:

  1. 1. Basic academic skills such as excellent comprehension, critical thinking, and communication, as well as a strong desire to learn about the economies and corporations of Japan, Asia, and the world at large.
  2. 2. An extensive interest in economy and society, as well as a strong desire to study the economies and corporations of Japan, Asia, and the world.

Key facts

  • Department of Economics
  • Department of International Economy
  • Department of Regional Economics
  • Department of Business Administration
  • Department of Tourism Management
Teaching staff * 124
Students * 6,340

* As of May 1st, 2019