〔 Department of Commerce 〕
(1) General Business
This course aims to help students learn basic and special knowledge of business such as the sale of goods, business management and services. Its curriculum also aims to help some of the students
achieve the goal of entering higher educational institutions. In the 11th grade, they choose one of three subdivided courses: Management Business, College-Bound or International Exchnge Study.
This course aims to help students gain technical knowledge and skills regarding distribution of goods and enterprise management. Students will develop the ability and positive attitude required to
succeed in a business world. Students study management technically in such subjects as”Marketing” and “Commercial Skills”
[College Bound Study]
This course focuses not only on the study of bookkeeping and accounting but also on general subjects such as English and Japanese language. Students in this program can go on to higher education in commerce, business administration or economics where they can study advanced economic theories.
[International Exchange Study]
In this course, students are expected to acquire knowledge and skills concerning international economics. They will develop a communicative ability in English and an international way of thinking
as well. They also study economics on an international scale so that they can gain the necessary abilities and a positive attitude needed in worldwide economic systems.
The students learn subjects such as, “International Economics”, “Accounting”, “English Writing” and so on. In “Oral Communication” class, they improve their speaking and listening-comprehension
The aim of this course is to help students learn how to keep books, calculate taxes, and draw up financial statements. Students will develop the abilities and positive attitude necessary for accounting. The students study about bookkeeping and accounting in such subjects as, Accounting”, “Industrial Bookkeeping”, “Merchandise and Distribution” and “Accounting Practice”.
This course focuses not only on the study of bookkeeping and accounting but also on general subjects such as English and Japanese languages. Students in this program can go on to higher education in commerce, business administration or economics where they can study advanced economic theories.
〔 Department of Information 〕
This department aims to help students acquire sufficient knowledge to use computers. On top of that, they are expected to acquire the qualities needed in an informational society by learning how to accumulate information, how to process it and how to distribute it. The curriculum is unique and the students can get the latest skills in information processing as well as basic and fundamental knowledge in the field, in order to work in the front lines of the business world.