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Graduate School of Social Systems Science


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Educational & Academic Purposes of the GraduateSchool of Social Systems Science
The Graduate School of Social Systems Science offers education and research opportunities in a management-related engineering methodology for a wide variety of systems covering everything from corporate management to economics. The school’s master’s program is designed to produce highly professional engineers and researchers with an advanced level of management abilities to cope with systems that are increasingly complicated and diversified. The doctoral program is designed to produce researchers who have highly professional expertise in management and social systems and can build a new system of knowledge in the areas in which they specialize.

Master’s Program and Doctoral Program

Master’s Program and Doctoral Program in Management Science

Management Science offers an academic framework for the development of science and engineering methodologies for the management of organizations. At the same time, it represents a scientific and technical body of knowledge for the analysis, design and operation of various management systems. The program comprises the following four research fields addressing diverse systems from business management to the social economy; Production Environment Systems, Management Information Systems, Project Management, and Risk Management (available from 2013). The course offers education and research providing wide-ranging specialist knowledge concerning management methodologies and theories, from a science and engineering viewpoint. The master’s course fosters advanced specialist engineers and researchers who can meet the challenges of increasingly complex and diverse social systems in an age of turbulent social change. In addition, the doctoral program builds on the master’s course to develop people who can tackle advanced research tasks in the field of social systems from an engineering perspective.

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