In order to resolve real-world problems in areas such as company management and the economic system, it is necessary to understand management activities and economic systems, be able to identify critical problems that exist within them, devise ways to resolve the issues and take action. The Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics fosters individuals who have acquired the ability to grasp important problems in the areas of production activities, company management, and economic systems from a scientific and engineering perspective. Students approach these issues using a broad spectrum of knowledge including mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques, as well as communication and leadership skills.
Academic research resembles mountain climbing. At first, from many mountains, you find one mountain which you want to climb. You often almost fail on the way when you begin to climb it because it is too steep and severe. However, the scenery to stand in the top of the mountain, and to look at is splendid after finish climbing it step by step. I wish to continue having mind to challenge mountains which anyone has not yet climbed in the world.
Our Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics is welcome to anyone who wants to challenge four mountains which are steep, but the sceneries to watch from the top are splendid: Mathematical Engineering, Economics, Business Administration, and Management Technology.