Department of Commerce
The Commerce Department equips students with the skills needed to meet the demands of today's business world.
The study of commerce is continually evolving as it keeps abreast with globalization, information technology and other new phenomena and changes.
Students engage in the systematic study of a variety of subjects, including marketing, logistics, trade, finance, and business law, underpinned by specialist knowledge in the areas of business and economics. By teaching the requisite skills for putting theory into practice, our courses also aim to equip students with the decision-making and problem-solving skills needed in a rapidly changing market environment.
- Global Business
- Finance & Economy
Many graduates are employed by companies involved in a broad range of fields, ranging from the wholesale and retail industries, through to the service, finance, and insurance industries.
Department of Business Administration
The Department of Business Administration equips students with business skills that enable them to cope with whatever challenges they meet in their careers, from managing companies through to operating non-profit organizations.
In the 21st Century, commercialization is expected to increase its presence in society and government administration. Although market economics is largely supported by corporate organizations, we can expect to see participation from a variety of organizations, such as various kinds of non-profit organizations. By studying business administration, our students acquire the expertise required to establish, organize, operate, and evaluate different types of business organizations created in response to this advancing commercialization.
Graduates apply their management skills in a broad spectrum of fields, primarily in the wholesaling, retail and service industries. Some students aim to become entrepreneurs.
Department of Accounting
The Accounting Department educates specialists capable of handling the accounting side of business operations.
The primary role of accounting is to support management by providing information gleaned from statistics on money, goods and services, and to disclose business results and other financial information to shareholders and other stakeholders.
Therefore, we teach business leaders of the future accounting theory and practical know-how from an international perspective that recognizes the role and place of accounting in society. At the same time, we provide training for accountants who wish to become certified public accountants or tax accountants.
- Professional Accounting
In addition to working in the accounting departments of a wide range of businesses, our students also work towards careers as certified public accountants and tax accountants.