Systematically study advanced theories and technology based on the latest research in the fields of mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques, building on fundamental knowledge gained in the Undergraduate Program. Learn the trends of related fields, and broaden one's experience and knowledge. Further, deepen expertise and increase creativity by performing one's own research.
In the Master's Program, based on the fundamental knowledge of industrial engineering and economics, students are trained with (1) advanced knowledge and skills based on the latest research in mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques and (2) the ability to discover, investigate, and solve problems using deep insight into technology, organization, and economics.
In the Doctoral Program, based on cutting-edge knowledge in industrial engineering and economics, skills are cultivated to grasp diverse problems related to management, production, and economics from both a scientific and engineering perspective, and to solve them using approaches from mathematics, economics, business administration, and management techniques. This program trains people who contribute to society by performing research related to phenomena at the forefront of industrial engineering and economics, and globally communicate their research findings.
Potential Employers for Graduates
NTT East / NTT Docomo / Toshiba / Hitachi / Panasonic / Sony / Sharp / NEC / Fujitsu / IBM Japan / Fuji Xerox / Microsoft / NTT Data / SCSK / NS Solutions / Trend Micro / Cyber Agent / Oracle / DeNA / GREE / Toyota / Honda / Nissan / Mazda / Bridgestone / Mitsubishi Heavy Industries / Canon / Ricoh / Murata Manufacturing / Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal / Kobe Steel / Furukawa Electric / Asahi Glass / Ajinomoto / Takeda Pharmaceutical / Fujifilm / Asahi Breweries / Toray / Asahi Kasei / Kao / Shiseido / Suntory / Dai Nippon Printing / Daiichi Sankyo / 3M / Kajima / JGC / Chiyoda / Toyo Engineering / Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry / Tokyo Gas / JR Tokai / JR East / Mizuho Financial Group / The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ / Sumitomo Mitsui Banking / Bank of Japan / Japan Bank for International Cooperation / Development Bank of Japan / Japan Post Bank / Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking / Goldman Sachs / Merrill Lynch / Nomura Securities / Matsui Securities / Mizuho Asset Management / Daiwa SB Investments / Mitsubishi UFJ Kokusai Asset Management / Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management / Nomura Asset Management / Nippon Life Insurance / Dai-ichi Life Insurance / Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance / Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance / Mitsui & Co. / Itochu / Mitsubishi Corporation / Sumitomo Corporation / Nikkei / Yomiuri / Mainichi / Mitsubishi Research Institute / Nomura Research Institute / The Japan Research Institute / Daiwa Institute of Research / Hakuhodo / Dentsu / Ernst & Young Japan / Accenture / McKinsey / IBM Business Consulting / Tokyo Institute of Technology / University of Tokyo / Osaka University / University of Tsukuba / University of Electro-Communications / Waseda University / Keio University / Tokyo University of Science / Chuo University / Ministry of Finance / Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare / Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism / Ministry of Defense