IUJ brochures 2020-2021

GSIM Graduate School of International Management MBA Program

Leverage emerging markets for global advantage

As the f irst US-style business school in Japan, IUJ’s MBA program has br idged management think ing between international and Japanese business communities. It has helped foreign students access Japanese job markets and Japanese companies expand their business to global markets. Leading the fast-changing environment, it has developed the latest rigorous ideas and disseminated them widely. The program has earned many recognitions from outside accreditors like the Economist 's "Best Business Schools" and AACSB International, not to mention praise from its stakeholders. The curriculum of the program puts considerable emphasis on ‘Leveraging Emerging Markets for Global Advantage’. It focuses on the knowledge, skills, and mindset required to take the best advantage of the world's fastest-growing economies. Another impor tant element is technological challenges.

Updated program contents expose students to the impact of digital transformation and the 4th industrial revolution. The program also integrates socially responsible business leadership in the curriculum and supports sustainable growth and development. The first year of the MBA Program is devoted to foundation building. Students tackle the essentials of management with an emphasis on global leadership and emerging markets through case studies. Cases on issues in Asia, Africa, and Latin America are regularly included. With case-based group discussions, students experience cross-border communication and global team leadership. From the Spring term in the first year, students begin to customize their courses for their career goals and take one or multiple ‘specialization’ paths. They are also encouraged to take part in the strong Japanese language program offered by our dedicated faculty.

Curriculum

1st year

2nd year

Degree Requirements

Fall

Winter

Spring

Fall

Winter

Spring

Core: 15 credits

Master of Business Administration 40 credits & Thesis / 44 credits & Research Report

Elective: 19(23) credits

Seminar: 6 credits

MBA Core

・Financial Accounting ・Corporate Finance

・International Management ・Marketing Management

・Organizational Behavior ・Strategic Management

・Corporate Social Responsibility ・Applied Statistics

Elective (MBA・IMBA

・Finance and Technology ・Quantitative Investment and Machine Learning ・Digital Business Models ・Digital Business Transformation ・Japan’s Frontier of Digital Society ・AI for Business ・Japanese Employment Practices and Human Capital Accumulation ・Business Leaders in Japan ・Monozukuri (Manufacturing) Management in Japan ・Small to Medium-sized Firms in Japan

・Macroeconomics I: Income Theory ・Econometrics ・Applied Econometrics ・International Finance ・Managing Public Organizations ・Portfolio Management ・Risk Management ・Project Financing ・Advanced Corporate Finance ・Entrepreneurial and Venture Finance

・Financial Statement and Business Analysis ・Managerial Accounting ・International Taxation ・Research Methodology ・Introduction to Electronic Government ・Information Policy and Management ・Essentials of Economics ・Cross-sectional and Panel Data Analysis ・Environmental Policy & Disaster Mgt. ・Industrial Organization and Policy Analysis

Message fromMBA Student "Learn teamwork through practical group work in diversity"

My IUJ Classmates are not just friends. They are more like comrades who discussed, sometimes fought, and struggled with me through group work. A big advantage of IUJ’s MBA programmust be that we can learn how in practice to work as teams by doing group work with people having diverse opinions, cultural backgrounds and work experience. I personally learned a lot not only from my professors but also from my classmates, and that made me realize how much I have yet to learn. “They are working hard, so must I”. Having such comrades in the world…what can be more fantastic than that? My recommended course: Japanese Style Management and Corporate Governance by Hyunkoo Lee You can objectively learn from a non-Japanese professor what “Japanese style” is in comparison to other country’s styles.

Keita Tsujimoto (Japan)

16 MBA Program

Made with FlippingBook Learn more on our blog