Meijo UniversityDepartment of Business Management Seminars

Nami Aikawa Seminar:
Learning Business Management through Accounting

Students will learn how techniques such as cost accounting and management accounting are used in business management and what functions they perform.

Hidetoshi Ito Seminar:
Analysis of Corporate Financial Statements

By gaining an understanding of financial accounting, students will learn how to read corporate financial statements, make their own judgments, and express their opinions.

Hitoshi Imai Seminar:
Corporate Management Today

By studying corporate management through case studies of individual companies, students will learn how to actively conduct research.

Takanori Osaki Seminar:
Premium Marketing

Students will investigate marketing Issues focused avoiding low price competition through fieldwork, including company visits and questionnaire-based surveys.

Noriaki Kishikawa Seminar:
Changes in Management Organization and Environment

Along with studying, from various angles, organizations whose management environments have recently undergone rapid changes, students will examine the meaning of those changes and other related issues.

Shinji Sawada Seminar:
Product Planning

Students will learn how to plan better products and services from different perspectives, including those of design, consumers, and companies.

Shinichi Segawa Seminar:
Brushing Up Students' Ability to Understand Business Issues

Students' awareness of issues will be increased through tasks such as preparing reports. Their knowledge and critical thinking capabilities will also be fostered through reading reference materials in turns.

Motohiro Tazawa Seminar:
Corporate Finance Theory and Empirical Studies

By studying both theory and empirical demonstrations centered on corporate financing, investment decisions, and dividend policies, students will deepen their understanding of corporate finance.

Tatsuhiko Tashiro Seminar:
Analyzing Companies via Accounting Information

Students' ability to evaluate companies through disclosed accounting information will be fostered, and their debating skills will be improved through inter-university seminars.

Takeshi Tanie Seminar:
Accounting and Business Analysis

By analyzing the management status of companies and studying basic accounting standards, students will learn how to evaluate real companies.

Toru Tomioka Seminar:
Occupational Health

Under the theme of occupational health, this seminar helps students investigate the ideal work styles and ways of taking time off to reduce fatigue and health damage brought on by working too much.

Hiroshi Torii Seminar:
Rational Decision Making

Students will come to understand mathematical methods for rational decision making and will also master applied skills as well as practical skills for processing information.

Akihiro Nagao Seminar:
Improving How We View Goods and Things

Under the theme "how to view goods and things," students will recognize everyday products in order to identify and resolve issues regarding production, sales, and consumption.

Toshinobu Hashiba Seminar:
Human Resource Management in Modern Companies

Using various reference materials and case studies, students will learn how employees are viewed as human resources and how they are managed in modern companies.

Hitoshi Makino Seminar:
Deepening Views on Social Issues

Students' ability to think analytically about various social issues will be enhanced by reading newspapers and other materials, preparing reports, and presenting their personal views.

Shinji Miyazaki Seminar:
Contemporary Corporate Management

Why do certain Japanese companies perform well and energetically? We analyze typical companies based on contemporary corporate management.

Hirokazu Murakami Seminar:
Legal Issues for Private Companies

Students will acquire basic legal knowledge pertaining to corporate management, including the increasingly important issue of compliance.

Akira Morikawa Seminar:
Understanding Current Conditions in Asian Countries

Students will engage in activities designed to help them understand current business management conditions in Asia and will master basic skills for collecting reference material, preparing reports, and debating.

Junya Yanagida Seminar:
Active Participation in Contests

Students will study accounting and participate in presentation contests held by the Faculty of Business Management.

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