Business Administration and Computer Science Course Doctoral Programs

Business Administration and Computer Science course
Foster the ability to support "now" and "the future" of the business
In our doctoral program, students research corporate activity from the perspective of management information systems; take courses that advance the research that makes sophisticated information system design, structure, and operation possible, and take courses that give them high-level abilities in the investigation and analysis of capital and financial flows.

Areas of specialization

Special Research in Management Systems
The Management Systems area involves enthusiastic research into IT management information systems (information systems that rely on IT) with the idea of finding ways to foster the long-term development of corporations and other organizations. At the same time, students research recent non-IT management information systems (those that do not depend on IT) as well as complementary interactions between IT and non-IT systems in management information systems research, which has begun trending towards integration.
For this reason, the doctoral course has students take Special Research in Management Systems and directed research courses to support each individual in taking on priority research in light of the above trends as well as free-thinking, original research and development. At the same time, the doctoral program curriculum is uniquely structured so that students can build on this foundation of support to strengthen their relationships with faculty advisors and simultaneously get instruction that allows them to expand and build a variety of other relationships on their own.
In terms of specific areas of study, Special Research in Management Systems offers academic research courses that span both fundamentals and application in management systems, quality management systems, production management systems, human resource management, logistics systems, marketing management, operations research, venture business, systems management, technology management strategy, and more.
Special Research in Information Systems
Doctoral coursework in Information Systems promotes the active, regular graduate research group courses, discussions, and presentations that make sophisticated information system design, structure, and operation possible. Students get involved in the cutting-edge information systems research and technology being carried out both in Japan and abroad, with students and faculty engaging in joint educational and training opportunities. Through this process, students must come up with a doctoral research topic as well as investigate, develop, implement, and evaluate methodologies for resolving their research questions. They are then encouraged and expected to submit these findings to Japanese and international institutions, leading publishing organizations, and academic journals. Ultimately, the presented papers must be synthesized into a doctoral thesis and submitted. The Special Research in Information Systems curriculum is uniquely structured to turn out management information engineers and experts capable of high-level of mental discipline and of putting together and running systems in the field of information systems as well as the research findings they produced in order to graduate. In terms of specific areas of study, Special Research in Information Systems offers academic research courses that span both fundamentals and application in information system statistics, information distribution and network technologies, data mining, intelligent information computing, information system reliability and security, information theory, software design, computer graphics, safety systems, computer vision, and more.
Special Research in Financial Systems
Doctoral coursework in Financial Systems involves regular, active graduate research group courses, discussions, and presentations designed to develop students’ ability to perform sophisticated investigation and analysis of capital and financial flows within managed entities. Students get involved in cutting-edge Japanese and international research on accounting systems, economics and business, auditing, financial management, and risk management, with plenty of opportunities to work closely with faculty members in disciplined academic and research activities. Through this process, students come up with a doctoral research topic and are required to develop, implement, and evaluate the methodology they use to determine that topic. They are then encouraged and expected to submit their findings to Japanese and international institutions, leading publishing organizations, and academic journals. In this way, the Special Research in Financial Systems curriculum is uniquely structured to turn out highly specialized experts capable of mental discipline and of evaluating, optimizing, building, and operating sophisticated financial systems.
In terms of specific areas of study, Special Research in Financial Systems offers academic research courses that span both fundamentals and application in financial accounting, international accounting, business analysis, cost performance analysis, auditing, financial management, risk management, internal controls, financial statements, cost accounting, and more.
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