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Undergraduate Studies in Administration Studies in Japan

A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.In the academic world, studying administration is meant to prepare someone for a job in business. Students are expected to learn the funda… Read more

A bachelor’s degree is a four-year undergraduate degree and is the standard for higher education throughout most of the world. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned at state universities, at private universities, at community colleges and via online universities.

In the academic world, studying administration is meant to prepare someone for a job in business. Students are expected to learn the fundamentals in areas such as business management, interpersonal skills and how to work in a team.

Bachelor's Program in Administration Studies in Japan

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Matsudo, Japan

Learning the state-of-the-art logistics in the field. The Department of Distribution and Logistics Systems, from its logistical core perspective, aims to organically integrate ... +

Learning the state-of-the-art logistics in the field. The Department of Distribution and Logistics Systems, from its logistical core perspective, aims to organically integrate information science and distribution science and train persons with broad perspectives and capabilities to design economic and social systems. -
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Higashiosaka, Japan

To date, "public services" have been seen as something provided by the government, but the idea of "new public services" that include private enterprises, NPOs, and other grou ... +

To date, "public services" have been seen as something provided by the government, but the idea of "new public services" that include private enterprises, NPOs, and other groups has spread in recent years. In the Department of Public Affairs, students investigate the current state of public service in an era of public-private cooperation. Learning is advanced from a broad perspective about the industry, tourism, environmental conservation, welfare, sports, leisure, amusement, etc., and the ability to manage public services from a many-sided point of view is acquired. As it can be presumed that public service provided by the private enterprise will continue to increase from here on, prospective students can consider a future involved in work that is fulfilling and offers a clear purpose in life featuring a high degree of social contribution. -
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