■Division of Administrative Studies (Master's Degree Program)

Public Management Course
 The public management course allows you to understand the roles and functions of national and local governments that have been changing significantly in recent years, and deepen the research on the ways to administer and operate them, the ways to frame and implement policies, the way to collaborate with residents, and others, thereby cultivating the human resources who have public spirits and management senses in public sectors and can understand and implement the public management better.

・Special Lectures on Public Administration Special Lecture on Legal Philosophy
・Special Lecture on Administrative Law
・Special Lecture on Constitution
・Special Lecture on Administrative Evaluation
・Special Lecture on Fiscal Science
・Special Lecture on Local Public Administration
・Special Lecture on Politics
・Special Lecture on International Relations
・Special Lecture on Community
・Special Lecture on Social Security Administration
・Special Lecture on Administrative Organization
・Special Lecture on Community Welfare

Business Management Course
 
The business management course cultivates the professionals with problem-solving abilities who understand the essence of capitalism and management well and have advanced management capabilities from a global viewpoint, and the researchers who have creative research accomplishment capabilities based on advanced academic specialties.
・Special Lectures on Business Administration Special Lecture on Management Strategy
・Special Lecture on Marketing
・Special Lecture on Management Organization
・Special Lecture on Financial Administration
・Special Lecture on Business Law
・Special Lecture on Business Accounting
・Special Lecture on Finance
・Special Lecture on Economic Theory
・Special Lecture on Statistics
・Special Lecture on History of Economic Doctrine
・Special Lecture on History of Social Thought

Information Administration Course
 The information administration course, allowing you to study the design and management of information based on the information and communication technology (ICT), is a course in social science with such an advanced information administration capability, thereby cultivating the human resources who blaze a trail in solving problems in organizations or local communities in a ubiquitous network society.
・Special Lectures on Information Administration Special Lecture on Data Administration
・Special Lecture on Information Design
・Special Lecture on Network Design
・Special Lecture on Information Media
・Special Lecture on Local Public Administration
・Special Lecture on Management Organization
・Special Lecture on Community Welfare
・Special Lecture on Information Society
・Special Lecture on Software

Nursing Administration Course
 The nursing administration course allows you to acquire the up-to-date knowledge and technology in administration and evaluation of nursing quality, thereby cultivating the nursing administrators in medical institutions or communities who have a broad view of health, medical treatment, and welfare, and can display their advanced administration and adjustment capabilities in various nursing fields.
・Special Lectures on Nursing Administration Special Lecture on Nursing Research and Nursing Education
・Special Lecture on Nursing Ethics and Nursing Theory
・Special Lecture on Nursing Management and Economics
・Special Lecture on Nursing System and Policy
・Special Lecture on Nursing Organization
・Special Lecture on Health Care Science
・Special Lecture on Community Welfare
・Special Lecture on Community
・Special Lecture on Legal Philosophy
・Special Lecture on Management Organization
・Special Lecture on Data Administration
・Special Lecture on Nursing Information Administration
・Special Lecture on Nurse Resource Utilization
・Special Lecture on Community Nursing Administration


■Division of Administrative Studies (Doctoral Degree Program)

In order to achieve the purpose of installation of the graduate school of administration and the target of cultivation of human resources, we have arranged and organized the existing studies into five areas: “society area,” “public area,” “management area,” “norm area,” and “information area.”

Subjects of Society Area
 
This area allows you not only to consider administration in the society where it is generated, but also to research various approaches to administration that have already been tried in various study areas in order to grasp it comprehensively.
・Special Research I and II on Administration
・Special Research I and II on Social Philosophy
・Special Research I and II on Sociology
・Special Research I and II on History of Social Thought
・Special Research I and II on History of Economic Doctrine
・Special Research I and II on Health Care Science

Subjects of Public Area
 This area allows you to research, for national and local governments where public administration appears most typically, the ways to administer and frame policies in the public sectors mainly.
・Special Research I and II on Public Administration
・Special Research I and II on Local Public Administration
・Special Research I and II on Social Security Administration
・Special Research I and II on Politics
・Special Research I and II on Fiscal Science
・Special Research I and II on Administrative Evaluation

Subjects of Management Area
 This area allows you to research, for businesses where public administration appears most typically, the way to manage businesses as going concerns that cope with an uncertain and complicated environment inside and outside of them.
・Special Research I and II on Business Administration
・Special Research I and II on Management Organization
・Special Research I and II on Business Accounting
・Special Research I and II on Japanese Economy

Subjects of Norm Area
 Whether public sectors or private sectors, administration and management must be done as per the norms of laws or those of the others (e.g. the self-regulation based on ethics). Therefore, the research of this area is required as the approach from the norm side.
・Special Research I and II on Legal Philosophy
・Special Research I and II on Constitution
・Special Research I and II on Administrative Law
・Special Research I and II on Property Law

Subjects of Information Area
 In modern society, more advanced information administration is being called for, and advanced research on the management of information is indispensable; therefore, this area approaches administration research from the side of the information administration.
・Special Research I and II on Information Administration
・Special Research I and II on Information Media
・Special Research I and II on Network Design
・Special Research I and II on Information Design