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Chuo University Faculty of Commerce

中央大学 商学部, チュウオウダイガク ショウガクブ
Establishment year: 1949
Address: 742-1 Higashinakano,Hachioji-shi,Tokyo 192-0393 Japan
Telephone number: 042-674-3511
Organization/Research department name (4):
  • Department: Business Administration
  • Accounting
  • Marketing and Trade
  • Banking and Corporate Finance
History (9):
  • 1885/07
    Founded as Igirisu Horitsu Gakko (The English Law School) by Rokuichiro Masujima and seventeen other attorneys and scholars at Nishiki-cho, Kanda,Tokyo.
  • 1889/10
    Renamed Tokyo Hougakuin(Tokyo College of Law).
  • 1903/08
    Renamed Tokyo Hougakuin Daigaku (Tokyo University of Law).
  • 1905/08
    Reorganized into Chuo Daigaku (Chuo University) with the Faculties of Law and Economics.
  • 1909/08
    The Faculty of Commerce founded.
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Purpose of establishment:
The Faculty of Commerce, established in 1909, deals with the most vital areas of modern society-enterprise activities, monetary circulation and distribution of commodities. Through theoretical and practical education, the Faculty of Commerce prepares students to play an active role in economic circles as specialists in management,accounting and trade.
Business overview:
The Faculty of Commerce,established in 1909,deals with the most vital areas of modern society-enterprise activities,monetary circulation and distribution of commodities. Through theoretical and practical education, the Faculty of Commerce prepares students to play an active role in economic circles as specialists in management, accounting and trade.
Commerce is an academic field that is extremely practical in nature, involving the clarification and the analysis of concrete, practical problems related to business. The Faculty has established four departments according to area of research. Its primary concern is that its sutudents acquire a high degree of professional expertise in an effective and systematic way. The special features of the curriculum are courses that emphasize practical areas such as business administration, accounting, marketing, trade, and finance; a full seminar system typified by small classes; the cultivation of comprehensive, multifaceted language skills; and the creation of information courses in line with today's information-oriented society. Through these features, the Faculty aims to foster diverse specialized knowledge and skills related to business, and to develop professionals who possess accurate judgment, a wide range of culture and learning, and a rich sense of humanity.
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