Economics is the field of study that deals with researching and understanding the dynamics and structures of various economic phenomena.
The Department of Economics turns out able individuals with a broad vision and sound analytical abilities and judgment, who have a theoretical and empirical understanding of transactions involving money and merchandise in everyday life in addition to economic trends in the local community as well as those at a national and global level.
While the study of business administration deals with how to manage and operate an enterprise, the study of economics focuses on exploring the mechanisms of markets on a larger scale, such as those for business-to-business, business-to-consumer, and between society as a whole and business.
At the same time, students will also learn about national and local government budgeting and taxation. Studies focus on the discussion of the issues and possible solutions concerning market trades between economic agents, and aim to produce people who can lead society in a better direction.
In this world of globalization, an international sensibility is essential to business. Kanazawa Seiryo University has adopted a foreign language curriculum with different learning levels. Students are allocated to advanced, standard, or basic classes in order to provide them with English education with higher learning efficiency. Language training and exchange programs in Australia and Canada started in 2011 and offer opportunities that nurture international receptivity and understanding of foreign countries, not to mention improving English proficiency. Overseas society workshops are also provided to allow students to experience local economic and social circumstances in France, Germany, Russia, China and other countries in addition to English-speaking countries, further cultivating a broad vision and an international sensibility.
Our faculty features a unique curriculum that is centered around seminars throughout the four-year degree. Seminars are designed to help students deepen their understanding of economics through the lens of the local community. While systematically learning about the theories, policies and history of economics from the community, students will develop qualities required to become able members of the business world, such as the ability to discover and resolve issues and to discuss and give presentations as well as hold a proactive and action-oriented attitude toward involvement.
Management is the control and operation of the organization. This ability is not only necessary when in an enterprise, but also in all sorts of social activities.
The Department of Business Administration cultivates excellent management abilities directly concerning business and its management, building on specialized knowledge from the fields of economics and business administration.
Students will master the basics of the structure and functions of modern society as well as the mechanisms of management and business administration for controlling and operating an organization. The department aims to cultivate individuals with practical skills demanded by enterprises and offers a pragmatic curriculum for acquiring qualifications useful in future business settings.
Based on the study of business administration, the department aims to nurture global perspectives and broad knowledge from multiple subjects, such as "Management and Marketing" and "Accounting" where students can learn about corporate management and finance, "Tourism" where students discuss community revitalization in practice, "Information Technology" in which students learn how to handle computers and networks, and "International Studies" that develops their linguistic and other abilities enabling them to work in a globalized society. Aside from overseas society study workshops, tourism-oriented labs are also available.
Our faculty features a unique curriculum that is centered around seminars throughout the four-year degree. Seminars are designed to help students deepen their understanding of business administration through the lens of the local community. By examining different issues facing the community from a business administration perspective, students will develop qualities required to become able members of the business world, such as the ability to discover and resolve issues and to discuss and give presentations as well as hold a proactive and action-oriented attitude toward involvement.