Offering comprehensive studies in both theory and empirical research, the graduate school aims to train human resources with highly qualified analytical and planning skills to handle changes in today's economy and society, such as technological advancement, growing complexities, globalization, and computerization. In addition, to promote independent research among graduate students, various opportunities are available, such as the conducting of graduate student research presentations and internal seminars, and the publishing of Keiken Ronshu (economic research journal). Furthermore, Interpreting Studies and Interpreting Practicum are included as the subjects of the master’s program and are a unique part of this graduate school. Despite being based on the science of economics, the subjects, which include specialized lectures and training using a simultaneous-interpreting facility, have been highly praised for its practical applicability.

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