Department policy


Diploma Policy (DP) / Curriculum Policy (CP)

Diploma Policy (DP)

Based on the Spirit of the Founding of our University, this department will nurture students who are capable of contributing to global society. Moreover, our students will possess a global perspective, systematically understand business administration, and learn about the creation and effective management of management resources. By developing broad and deep intellect, improving students' command of English (with focus on English), Chinese, and Japanese, respecting different cultures and sharing world values, talented and capable human resources who can participate actively domestically in Japan or overseas will be produced. After acquiring knowledge about economics,business administration, and other business related subjects, human resources who are capable of finding strategic solutions to problems and also have acquired thinking skills and methodology to put their solutions into action will be nurtured.

Curriculum Policy (CP)

Based on the Diploma Policy, the Department's curriculum is organized so students will be able to gain expertise vital for conducting business in English. Moreover, students can learn various ways of thinking and methodologies efficiently and in a systematic way to act from a global perspective at all times.

DP1 Knowledge and Specialization

Liberal Education and Fundamental Scholastic Abilities
Allowing students to acquire liberal education and fundamental scholastic abilities while learning independently

Specialized Abilities
Enabling students to display their specialized abilities using English. Developing a professional eye for the economy (economics), acquiring the ability to manage organizations (management), handle financial and accounting data (accounting), and providing value to customers (marketing).

CP1 Knowledge and Specialization

Liberal Education and Fundamental Scholastic Abilities
Prior to taking classes in the areas of specialization in one’s major, students will enroll in “Musashino Initial”, which constitutes a liberal arts education program for students in all the departments at the university. The aim of “Musashino Initial” is to provide the students with the basic technique and knowledge necessary for college learning. Toward this goal, the students will take classes in, 1) Buddhist Studies, 2) Health and Physical Education, 3) Smart Intelligence Computing, 4) Creating Happiness Program (CHP), 5) Field Studies, and so on.

Specialized Abilities
The curriculum is organized so that by studying specialized subjects in Global Business in English, in addition to technical knowledge, students will develop their practical English skills which can be utilized in real situations in the global business setting. Specialized subjects offered include management, trade, finance, and accounting.

DP2 Interest, Attitude, and Character

Abilities to Understand Oneself and Others
Ability to understand what people with different cultural backgrounds think and convey what one thinks.

Abilities to Identify the Problem
Ability to detect issues and develop research questions.

Abilities to Take the Initiative, Act, and Control Stress
Ability to solve problems while taking the initiative to communicate with others and displaying one's leadership.

Character Building
Developing ethical and moral views to respect humanity.

CP2 Interest, Attitude, and Character

  • In order to develop the ability to conduct business from a global perspective, specialized subjects and seminars combine academic research and practical experience in global business to offer a curriculum that consists of classes covering diverse ways of thinking and methodologies based on practical business experience.
DP3 Thinking and Judgment

Information Analysis, Logical Thinking, and Judgment
Ability to develop and verify hypotheses from the viewpoint of society or organization as a whole based on strategic

Problem Solving Skills
Capable of making an original proposal, which is based on numbers, by using ideas and methodology acquired in class and seminars in order to analyze management problems from different point of views.

Creative Thinking Skills
Ability to analyze managerial issues from various angles and propose unique measures to deal with them.

CP3 Thinking and Judgment

  • The curriculum is organized so that students can complete all required subjects by the time they graduate by
    interrelating global communication skills and the ability to utilize several languages, identify and solve problems with business and management expertise. In particular, students acquire the ability to identify issues independently on their own initiative and develop and verify hypotheses based on the ways of thinking and methodologies they learn mainly through seminars. Furthermore, they acquire the ability to take the initiative to propose several solutions to issues from the viewpoint of a global society and organization as a whole based on strategic thinking. Seminars in different fields of expertise provide opportunities to learn common social issues from several perspectives in order to allow students to experience the effectiveness of interdisciplinary approaches to the identification of issues and their solution. In addition, students from different seminars master the ability to manage carrying out tasks in a systematic way through collaboration among them. In the curriculum, graduation theses are viewed as the consummation of learning in the Department.
DP4 Practical Skills and Expressions

Language and Communication Skills
Ability to effectively use English, Chinese, and Japanese to adapt oneself to different cultural environments based on an understanding of diverse values.

Abilities to Express Oneself
Ability to effectively use English, Chinese, and Japanese to formulate one's opinion in a clear, logical style or express it in an easy-to-understand manner.

Abilities to Listen Closely, Teamwork, and Leadership
Ability to strive to achieve goals by cooperating with others through dialogues based on "attentive listening," "empathy," and "realization".

CP4 Practical Skills and Expressions

  • The curriculum is organized so that the English ability level of individual students is raised to the maximum extent by understanding their ability level prior to the start of the first year, and also by organizing classes according to the different levels of English ability. The English ability level of students is assessed as required through external examinations such as TOEIC and IELTS. The curriculum is also designed so that students can reach a level at which they can use Chinese or Japanese at a practical level depending on what their native language is.

Admission Policy (AP)

This department will nurture students who, through learning business-related subjects in English, understand various ways of thinking and methodologies that are vital for conducting business in a global society, and who are capable of adapting to different cultural environments, possessing the ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems.
Our students will also be able to communicate well, by effectively utilizing two foreign languages among English, Chinese and Japanese.
To achieve these goals, the department welcomes students with the following profiles:

Future Career Visions

Knowledge, Specialization and Command of English

Subjects desired to study during senior high school
English, Mathematics, and World History

Qualifications desired to acquire during senior high school
[For Japanese students]
The EIKEN Test in Practical English Proficiency: Grade 2 or higher,  
TOEFL iBT: 57 or higher, TOEIC: 550 or higher, IELTS: 5.0 or higher
[For International students]
TOEFL iBT: 61 or higher, TOEIC: 700 or higher, IELTS: 5.5 or higher

Interest, Attitude, and Character

Thinking and Judgement

Practical Skills and Expressions