- Price: $8,209.8
- Level: Degree
- Category: Business/ Managment
- Awarded by: Tokyo International University
The world we live in has a serious scarcity of resources. If we all could have unlimited access to goods, such as breathable air or drinkable water, the world would operate much smoother. However, since these resources are not abundant, we need to create some kind of order of allocation to avoid conflicts or war (Economics). Simultaneously, organizations and individuals prioritize certain economic activities in order to make a living by producing, buying, and selling commodities and services (Business). Thus, by combining these core fundamentals, the Business Economics major was born.
Due to the vast array of facets in Business Economics, the major is separated into six concentration modules: IT Business, Entrepreneurial Business, Economics, Management, Marketing, and Finance. Students will learn the diverse ways of analyzing economic activities that go beyond national boundaries, such as international trade and the flow of capital, while developing the actual skills to assess and determine order for the allocation of scarce resources. In addition, the many components of business will be deeply studied, while utilizing state of the art IT to develop the skills to analyze markets and make the decisions required to build an organization with sound management. Mastery of the concepts found in the two core fields of Business and Economics will provide numerous opportunities in companies, ventures, banks, consulting firms, among other global organizations, as well as a clear path towards an MBA or other advanced degrees.
For more info: https://www.tiu.ac.jp/etrack/info/docs/etrack_2019_prospectus.pdf
Entry Requirement: IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL iBT 61
Course Duration: 4 years
Tokyo International University was founded in 1965 with a focus on business and commerce, and upon earning accreditation from the Ministry of Education (MEXT) the college has grown into a private university in Japan that now encompasses five undergraduate schools and four graduate schools. In addition, TIU has been sister schools with Willamette University in …
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