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Faculty of Economics

The Faculty of Economics is made up of two departments: Economics and Cultural Economics. In the Department of Economics, there are two main courses: Economic Theories & Information Course and International & Social Economics Course. In the Department of Cultural Economics, there is a Cultural & Network Economics Course and a Tourism & Environmental Economics Course.

In the Economic Theories & Information Course, students study Advanced Macro/Microeconomics and Econometrics as the core subjects and learn the methods of practical analysis applying economic theories and computers.

In the International & Social Economics Course, students learn the concept of local and global economies first, and then grasp the present conditions of world and local economies and the relationship between them. The core subjects in this course are International Economics, International Trade, and Regional Economics.

In the Cultural & Network Economics Course, students try to understand the economic roles of networks such as NPOs (Non-Profit Organizations), as well as the cultural aspect of economic activities. The core subjects in this course are Cultural Economics, Cultural Industry, and Economics of NPOs.

In the Tourism & Environmental Economics Course, students study about tourism, which is the major industry of Kyushu and will be the core of future local economic development. Tourism is closely related to local culture and economy, as well as to the environment to some degree. Students will learn the sustainable development of the local areas through core subjects such as Tourism Economics, Economic Development of Local Culture, and Environmental Economics.

 

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