Courses Offered and Course Requirements

MA in Public Management (Information Systems Management)


PMPP-ISM Courses

Required
Courses
Data Analysis
Mathematics for Economics and Management(B) (1credit)
Public Information Policy and Management
Public Management
Public Management Information Systems
Public Policy Modeling
Public Policy Process
Introduction to Electronic government
Statistical Methods
Advanced Seminars I, II, and III
Elective
Required
Courses
(Recommended Courses)
Cost Benefit Analysis
Database Design and Management Strategies*
Foundations of Web Technologies*
IT Strategy and Policy Planning*
Networking and Secure Data Transmission*
Project Cycle Management
Quantitative Methods for Decision Making
(Other Elective Required Courses)
Development Planning
Financial Accounting and Reporting
Governmental Accounting and Reporting
Microeconomics I
Policy Evaluation and Management
Public Administration
Public Finance and Budgeting
Public Human Resource Management
Public Organization Theory
Public Private Partnership
Urban and Regional Planning
* GSIM course
Electives

From among all
the courses
offered in
GSIR and GSIM*.

Agricultural Economics
Econometrics
Applied Game Theory
Applied Statistics*
Brand Management*
Business Applications with iPhone/iOS Devices*
Business Communications*
Chinese Foreign Policy
Comparative Government and Politics
Computer Based Decision Modeling*
Computable General Equilibrium Modeling
Contemporary Japanese Politics
Corporate Finance
Corporate Financial Reporting*
Corporate Governance*
Corporate Social Responsibility*
Cross-cultural Communication
Cross Cultural Management*
Cross-Sectional and Panel Data Analysis
Customer Relationship Management*
Database Design and Management Strategies*
Debt Securities Markets*
Derivatives Markets*
Development Economics
Entrepreneurship & New Business Creation in Japan*
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development*
Entrepreneurship Strategy*
Environment and Human Security
Environmental Economics
Environmental Policy
Essentials of Economics
Financial Accounting*
Financial Statement Analysis*
Foreign Policy Analysis
Foundations of Web Technologies*
Global Civil Society
Global Issues: UNU Global Seminar
Health Economics
History of International Relations
Human Rights and Global Justice
Industrial Organization and Public Policy
Inequality and Poverty: Measurement and Applications
Innovation and New Business Creation*
International Business*
International Career Development*
International Conflict Resolution
International Economic Systems and Order
International Finance
International Finance Law*
International Law
International Migration and Human Security
International Organizations
International Political Economy
International Politics
International Taxation*
International Trade and Investment
Investments and Asset Pricing
Japanese Banking and Financial Systems
Japanese Energy Policy and Regulations
Japanese Political Economy
Macroeconomics and Policy Analysis
Macroeconomics I
Macroeconomics II
Managerial Accounting*
Managerial Economics *
Marketing Communications*
Marketing Management*
Marketing Research*
Marketing Strategy*
Mathematics for Economics and Management (C)
Microeconomics II
Mobile Business Strategies*
Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis
Money and Banking
Negotiation Strategy*
New Product Planning and Development*
Operations Management*
Organizational Behavior*
Peace, War and the Development of Modern Japan
Portfolio Management*
Postwar Japanese Economy
Poverty, War and Human Security
Private Equity & Venture Capital*
Project Management*
Public Finance
Public Information Policy and Management
Public Sector Economics
Quantitative Methods for Decision Making
Research Methodology
Social Media Marketing*
Southeast Asian International Relations
Strategic Environmental Management*
Strategic Management*
Supply Chain Management*
Time Series Analysis
UN and Global Governance
Value-based Management for Japan*
* GSIM course

Language Courses

*Please note that any credit gained from language courses cannot contribute towards your graduation, while you can earn some credits by taking language courses

English Academic English I, II, III
English for Thesis Writing I, II
English for Professional Communications
Japanese Elementary Japanese I, II, III
Intermediate Japanese I, II, III
Advanced Japanese I, II, III, IV, V, VI
Basic Japanese I, II, III, IV, V, VI
Business Japanese I, II, III