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About Our Education

Hitotsubashi offers a unique range of degree programs with the aim of nurturing creative-thinking specialists, passionate reformers who will act with reason and rationality, and policymakers and businessmen with leadership skills who are cultured, civil and open-minded.

Bachelor's Program

All faculties of the social sciences—Commerce and Management, Economics, Law, and Social Sciences—are open for exchange of credits and students are able to take all available courses from each faculty.

Master's Program

This is the first stage for training future academics and specialists with advanced skills that meet high academic standards and diverse social needs. Our Master's program emphasizes coursework rather than the final thesis.

Professional School Program

We train talented individuals to become practitioners able to carry out incisive analysis, to translate analysis into action, and to think at an advanced level.

Doctoral Program

We train creative and flexible researchers to play leading roles in all kinds of research and teaching institutions. Hitotsubashi PhDs also play important roles as practitioners in areas such as company management, journalism, government and international institutions.

Classes conducted in foreign language, except language classes

<<Summer Term>>

Japanese Business Culture
Entrepreneurship and New Industries
Money, Banking, Financial Markets, and Monetary Policy
Methods of Regional Analysis
The Economics of European Integration
Theoretical Economics
Special Lectures
Advanced Microeconomics
Economic Viewpoint of Location I
Research-Based Academic Writing II
Research-Based Academic Writing I
Academic and Professional Presentation II
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Advanced Applied Mathematics
Advanced Microeconomics
Spatial Configuration of Economy and Society
Teaching Law and Legal Culture
Project Research I
Independent Seminar
Theories of Global Society I
Introduction to Counseling Psychology

<<Winter Term>>

International Financial Cooperation
Special Topic on International Financial Cooperation
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Academic and Professional Presentation II
Academic and Professional Presentation I
Academic and Professional Presentation II
Research-Based Academic Writing I
Research-Based Academic Writing II
Urban Space and Social Theory
Industrial Economics II
Advanced Research in International Law III
Oral Communication Skills
Legal Research and Writing

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