Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science Departments and Graduate Schools

Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science
Turning out professional leaders who thrive in the modern world of business

What you'll learn in the Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science

Academic programs that give more students access to graduate school

The Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science offers the following educational features with the goal of opening their doors to more students.
1. Motoyama Campus offers an easy commute for adult learners
Motoyama Campus, the AIT graduate school satellite campus, is conveniently situated at the Motoyama intersection in the easily accessible ward of Chikusa, Nagoya City—allowing students already in the workforce to better immerse themselves in their research activities.
2. Course schedules that make it easier for busy professionals to fit graduate school into their schedules
In addition to daytime weekday courses, the Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science also offers night courses after 6 PM and Saturday courses, allowing students who already have careers to meet both their professional and academic obligations.
Day of the week / timeMon.Tue.Wed.Thu.Fri.Sat.
9:00 AM-10:30 AM Daytime courses Daytime and nighttime courses
10:40 AM-12:10 PM
1:00 PM-2:30 PM
2:40 PM-4:10 PM
4:20 PM-5:50 PM
6:00 PM-7:30 PM Nighttime courses
7:40 PM-9:10 PM Nighttime courses
3. Multiple faculty advisors to meet the individual needs of each students
Just as a company values customer satisfaction, our graduate school goes out of its way to meet student needs. We have a multiple advisor system where each graduate student gets a main faculty advisor in his or her chosen area of research as well as assistant advisors.
4. A diverse teaching staff invited in from the industrial world
Our faculty team includes not only dedicated AIT professors, but also brings in successful professionals that have made their mark in industrial and academic circles. One of the key advantages of our program is the opportunity to learn directly from management and R&D leaders in the automotive industry, mechanical industry, IT industry, and more.

Programs and courses

Master's Programs

We turn out exceptional business leaders equipped with the expert knowledge in management, finance, and IT needed to succeed in 21st-century business.
  • Business Administration and Computer Science Course

    Students in the Business Administration and Computer Science master’s program get a broad-based education, developing the skills they need in corporate management and decision-making, learning both fundamentals and application of information systems, and gaining and understanding of capital and finance.

Doctoral Programs

Our doctoral program focuses on academic research, with coursework that gives students the ability to present information at academic conferences and direct creative research projects.
  • Business Administration and Computer Science Course

    Students in the Business Administration and Computer Science doctoral program carry out research on corporate activities from a management information systems perspective and more, developing high-level investigatory and analytical skills.

Offering quality graduate-level education and research within easy reach of busy professionals

  • Takashi Kondoh

In April 2005, our graduate school set a target of academic development in the business administration and computer science fields and of educating professionals ready to make their mark on the world given our drastically changing business management environment. We introduced both daytime and nighttime programs at our urban Motoyama Campus to make us more accessible to students already in the workforce. We also began bringing in graduate students from around the world to generate more opportunities for intercultural interaction. We will continue taking action to offer quality graduate-level education and research to our students.

Takashi Kondoh
Dean,
Graduate School of Business Administration and Computer Science
Aichi Institute of Technology

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