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Faculty of Economics

The Faculty of Economics is made up of two departments: Economics and Cultural Economics. The three courses offered under the Department of Economics are the Economic Theories and Policies Course, the International Comparative Economics Course and the Financial and Infomation Course. In the Department of Cultural Economics, there are the Regional Creation Course and the Environmental and Tourism Course.

In the Economic Theories and Policies Course, students study economic theories as a core subject to learn economic laws from various points of view. Based on this, economic policies and their necessity are studied. The International Comparative Economics Course allows students to grasp the present conditions of world economies by studying basic subjects such as international economics and international finance theory. Economies of different countries are compared and analysed to understand the development of dynamic world economies and manifold values.

In the Financial and Information Course, students learn the methods of practical analysis of finance by studying financial systems and applying information technology. Various subjects on information technology, financial engineering and stock market theory are included in this course.

The Regional Creation Course is designed to better understand the theory and methods of local people-led regional creation. This course consists of the tracks of regional management and that of culture management. The former provides study of the economic roles of networks such as NPOs (Non-Profit Organizations) and the latter includes topics on the cultural aspect of economic activities. The main focus of the Environmental and Tourism Course is to learn the sustainable development of local areas through studying core subjects such as tourism economics, economic development of local culture and environmental economics.

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