Greetings from the Dean
The Graduate School of Business Administration established in 2003 originates from the former Business Administration Program of the Graduate School of Economics, and has more than 10 years of history. During that period, we have been engaged in high-level specialized education in the field of business administration.
Today, in order to inherit and more thoroughly accomplish the objective of developing researchers and high-level professionals, which has been emphasized to date, we are further improving our staff and course arrangements. Our staff and courses are arranged based on four fields, namely 1) business administration, 2)marketing and international business, 3) accounting, and 4) information management in order to build a structure that can develop researchers and high-level professionals in each field.
The Graduate School of Business Administration established education and supervision systems by anticipating various people as students, and, in particular, prepared full education and supervision systems targeted at international students and working adults. The implementation of the following is an example of such systems: enrollment based on various admission decision options; detailed supervision after admission; company and factory visits; events such as lectures by business persons and experts inside and outside Japan; and participation in activities organized by the Institute of Business Research. We have established a careful and detailed support system that can be offered only by a university with a long and rich experience of educating international students , such as Daito Bunka University. We are aiming to provide a much improved support system for working adults as well.
Our education and research mentioned so far has worked steadily and has yielded good results , such as by producing many students who have been awarded a coursework-based doctorate, certified tax accountants, and researchers. For those who are thinking about applying for admission, feel free to contact the Graduate School Office.