In the Graduate Major in Industrial Engineering and Economics, the curriculum is built around courses that have been grouped into categories and has been structured so that students can learn systematically according to their level of learning and attainment.
Systematically study more advanced concepts, skills, and technology based on the latest research in the fields of mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques, building on the fundamental knowledge related to industrial engineering and economics acquired in the Undergraduate Program. Students can also learn about trends in related fields from Research-Related Courses, and broaden their experience and knowledge through international presentations. Also, the curriculum is structured so that students can deepen their specialization and increase their creativity by performing research on their own while attending Research Seminars and conducting their master's thesis research.
*1 Indicates the standard model where the master's program is completed in two years.
Skills are cultivated to grasp a variety of diverse problems related to management, production, and economics from a scientific and engineering perspective, and to solve them using approaches from mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques building on cutting-edge knowledge in industrial engineering and economics. In order to achieve this, the educational program is arranged so that students can improve their specialization even further by conducting their own research through research seminars and doctoral thesis research, as well as increase their creativity through Major Courses, Humanities and Social Science Courses, and Career Development Courses that encourage students to engage with society through their studies.
*2Indicates the standard model where the Doctoral Program is completed in three years.