Bachelor Degrees in Japan

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Universities and other academic institutions in Japan rank highly in Asia and around the world, and Bachelor's degrees from schools in Japan seek to provide an excellent academic foundation for work or further education in the professional field of choice. Fields of study for Bachelor students in Japan cover all of the major academic disciplines and areas, such as Business Administration, Social Sciences, Healthcare, Arts, Design, Engineering, Information Systems, Law, Technology, Humanities, Languages, Architecture, Education, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Tourism, Planning, Policy Management and more.

Bachelor degree programs generally last three to four years, when studied on a full time basis, and can be expensive; however, loans and scholarships may be available to students, and Bachelor students in Japan often work part time to help finance their studies. With more than 726 national, public or private universities to choose from, Bachelor students in Japan may study in major metropolitan areas like Tokyo, Osaka or Kyoto, or they might choose to attend school in cozier cities like Beppu, Tsukuba, or Kushiro.

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Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Performing Arts

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

This course serves as an introduction to the theoretical, social and artistic traditions which are key to an understanding of the dramatic arts of the Western stage and screen. [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Performing Arts Western Film & Theater This course serves as an introduction to the theoretical, social and artistic traditions which are key to an understanding of the dramatic arts of the Western stage and screen. It will allow students access to a broad range of work, across the centuries, whilst encouraging them to think about such material as part of a greater, overall understanding of Western art/society in general. Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to: (i) identify the key terms, people and traditions which are important in the history of theatre and film-making in the West, (ii) know how to access and read primary sources to adopt a critical perspective on performing art, identify the concerns and intentions of secondary sources, and develop an awareness of different approaches to make sense of such art, (iii) understand how both film and theatre is both an artistic and social construct, carrying messages that go beyond their own time or place, (iv) engage thoroughly in writing about the key moments in art history by putting forward an argument and developing it in a clear and coherent manner, and (v) learn how to articulate and refine ideas in discussions and presentations. Japanese Film & Theater This course serves as an introduction to the theoretical, social and artistic traditions which are key to an understanding of the dramatic arts of the Japanese stage and screen. It will allow students access... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Music

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

This course serves as a broad and gentle introduction to psychoacoustics, music psychology, and musical acoustics. Relationships between the production, physics, and perception of sound, as well as similarities and differences between music and language are explored. [+]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Music How We Listen to Music: Foundations of Music Perception, Cognition, and Acoustics This course serves as a broad and gentle introduction to psychoacoustics, music psychology, and musical acoustics. Relationships between the production, physics, and perception of sound, as well as similarities and differences between music and language are explored. Phenomena such as absolute (perfect) pitch, synaesthesia, and amusia are discussed. Course activities will include lectures, readings, in-class experiments, and student presentations. Objectives Upon completion of this course, students should be able to (i) have a greater understanding of how musical instruments and the human voice operate; (ii) gain a greater awareness of musical parameters, the physical dimensions of sound, and the human auditory system; (iii) gain experience in designing and conducting basic experiments; and (iv) apply knowledge and experience obtained from this course to subsequent courses in music and related areas. History of Western Music A broad survey of Western Classical music, extending from 800 AD to the present. Course activities include lectures, writing and listening assignments, and primary source readings. Salient repertoire from each historical period is situated in a sociocultural and sociopolitical context. The reception histories of particular works will be addressed. Parallels between musical aesthetics and techniques and concurrent tendencies in other art forms, as well as the influence of non-Western music on Western composers are discussed. Objectives This course will introduce students to (i) vocabulary essential for writing about and discussing Western Classical music and (ii) important repertoire from each... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Political Science

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

This course provides the basic analytic frameworks and theories for understanding contemporary Political Science. Drawing on the great historical political philosophers, modern political theorists and empirical political scientists, the basic aspects of politics (who gets what, why, when, and how?) are explored. [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Political Science Introduction to Political Science This course provides the basic analytic frameworks and theories for understanding contemporary Political Science. Drawing on the great historical political philosophers, modern political theorists and empirical political scientists, the basic aspects of politics (who gets what, why, when, and how?) are explored. Special attention will be given to the major Political Science models that guide contemporary research in government, international relations and public policy. Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the student will be able (i) to identify and use in an evaluative framework the significant theories and models of Political Science, (ii) to articulate the major contributions of major figures in Political Science from Plato to Rawles, (iii) to articulate in spoken or written form an argument over major policy issues using appropriate intellectual frameworks found with Political Science literature. Additionally, the students (iv) will understand the importance of effective politics and good governance for the citizens of increasingly complex societies. Social Policy This course is divided in two parts. In the first segment we will look at the policy and administration practice in social services (including health, education, and community care) as well as at the traditional models of welfare (corporatist, social democratic, and liberal regimes). In the second part, we will focus specifically on the forms of service delivery (targeting, rationing, discretion, and empowering users). Here we will argue that the provision of services takes place through a variety of forms,... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Sociology

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

Theories determine consciously or unconsciously our perception of reality. We can increase our knowledge of the social world by applying different theories to a certain social issue, because we will be able to see it from different perspectives. [+]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Sociology Social Theory Theories determine consciously or unconsciously our perception of reality. We can increase our knowledge of the social world by applying different theories to a certain social issue, because we will be able to see it from different perspectives. This course introduces students to the major classical and contemporary social theories. We discuss their advantages and disadvantages. And we apply these theories to relevant contemporary social problems. This is an interactive lecture-type course. Students are required to complete homework assignments prior to class, to contribute frequently to class discussions, to make a presentation, and to write a mid-term test and a final paper. Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to: (i) understand the major social theories, (ii) compare, contrast and critically analyze theories, (iii) use social theories as schemes of interpretation in order to analyze social problems from different perspectives, (iv) apply theories creatively to everyday life, and (v) write about social theory in clear and concise prose. Methods of Social Research This course provides students with the general understanding of social research. Social research method has two major aspects: quantitative and qualitative aspects. This course mentions both aspects with some practical exercise, such as comparative reading of quantitative and qualitative literatures, a group project on survey implementation exercise, and introductory practice of statistical software on a computer. Active participation to class discussions and voluntary contribution to the group project are strongly expected. Objectives The course aims to:... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Economics

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

The course is divided into seven sections: (1) introduction; (2) how markets work; (3) markets and welfare; (4) economics of the public sector; (5) firm behavior and organization of industry; (6) economics of labor markets; and (7) topics for further study. [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Economics Microeconomics The course is divided into seven sections: (1) introduction; (2) how markets work; (3) markets and welfare; (4) economics of the public sector; (5) firm behavior and organization of industry; (6) economics of labor markets; and (7) topics for further study. Our learning is organized around the following concepts and themes: scientific method and the role of assumptions in economic analysis; understanding what economic models are and how they are used; positive versus normative analysis; market forces of demand and supply; elasticity and its applications; the efficiency of markets; the costs of taxation; international trade; various kinds of externalities; the concept of public goods; design of the tax system; costs of production; perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly; markets for factors of production; income inequality and poverty; the theory of consumer choice; and frontiers of microeconomics. Objectives At the end of this course, successful students will (i) have learned basic concepts from microeconomics, (ii) understand how these concepts apply to the world around them and to their own lives, and (iii) have constructed a basis from which to study deeper areas of economics. Intermediate Microeconomics The course is divided into six sections: (1) introduction and preview; (2) consumer theory; (3) producer theory; (4) the operation of markets; (5) market failures, and (6) asymmetric information. Our learning is organized around the following concepts and themes: the concepts of choice, preferences, and utility; demand and revealed preferences; consumer surplus; time... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Arts

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

The course has four objectives: First, it introduces the vocabulary and concepts, principles and elements of design, color theory, and so forth, enabling an articulate discussion of art. [+]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Arts Art Apprecionati The course has four objectives: First, it introduces the vocabulary and concepts, principles and elements of design, color theory, and so forth, enabling an articulate discussion of art. Second, it introduces various types of art and artists, and their roles in society and religion, both historically and contemporarily. Third, it introduces basic studio terms and techniques used in printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, painting, etc. Fourth, it introduces concepts and methods toward making critical judgement for assaying the merits of various works of art. During the lectures many important works of art are introduced as exemplars. However, the purpose is not to memorize famous names, rather, to learn to appreciate and evaluate all art works, famous or not. Evaluation is through final examination and final critical essay. Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to: (i) demonstrate a reasonable command of the terms and concepts of art in critical discussion, (ii) identify principle roles and purposes of art in society, (iii) identify the techniques and terminology of various media, (iv) make informed descriptions and critiques of various works, both famous and unknown. History of Western Art This survey course covers the development of western art from the bronze age and Mesopotamia through the 19th Century. While the course pivots around various iconic images whose identification is required, the course focuses upon the social, political, religious, and scientific developments which shaped the evolution of western art. Evaluation is through final written... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Language Arts (Literature, Linguistics)

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

Introduction to Language Concepts offers students an introduction to language by viewing similarities and differences among a variety of languages from a scientific point-of-view. [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Language Arts (Literature, Linguistics) Introduction to Language Concepts Introduction to Language Concepts offers students an introduction to language by viewing similarities and differences among a variety of languages from a scientific point-of-view. A study of the uniqueness of human language also means looking at the human mind and the relationship of cognition to language. In this course, we will think about questions like: What is language? What does it mean to know a language? In what ways do people acquire their first language? How do they acquire additional languages? How is language unique to the human species and the evolution of human cognition and culture? How is language a kind of window into the mind? How might language influence identity? Linguistics is comprised of several formal areas of study: words (morphology), sentences (syntax, what most people call "grammar"), meanings (semantics), and sounds (phonetics and phonology). It also includes the study of how knowledge about language is applied in social situations in different cultures (sociolinguistics), and how people learn language (language acquisition). We will study each of these aspects of language. Finally, this course serves as an introduction to the diverse range of languages and language types spoken across the globe. Virtually every act and certainly every field of knowledge, even nonverbal fields such as mathematics and music, depend on language as the primary means of instruction and learning. Language is arguably the single most important cognitive ability of the human species.... [-]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Philosophy and Religious Studies

International College of Liberal Arts - Yamanashi Gakuin University
Campus Full time April 2018 Japan Kōfu

This course is an invitation to explore faraway places and distant times from a global perspective. We will study the worldwide travel of people, goods, and ideas during the last two millennia. [+]

Bachelor in International Liberal Arts: Philosophy and Religious Studies World History This course is an invitation to explore faraway places and distant times from a global perspective. We will study the worldwide travel of people, goods, and ideas during the last two millennia. We will learn how global trade, migration, and intellectual exchange transformed the world. We will examine the arrival of new technologies and how they changed the global economy. We will also look at the rise and fall of powerful empires and the origins and aftermath of international armed conflicts. Our global approach will allow us to identify the major events in world history and assess their implications for the world we live in now. Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. use the analytical tools of an historian and appreciate the pleasures and challenges of thinking historically 2. identify the key themes of world history and give reasons for their importance 3. put themselves into the position of other people in different places and times and consider their perspective on history 4. apply the knowledge acquired in the lecture by writing an essay on a historical topic and presenting it to the class 5. engage with the daily world news from a historical perspective, think about the historical background of present day events, and assess their global implications Japanese History This course explores Japan’s eventful history from its early beginnings to the present. We begin with a survey of ancient and... [-]

Bachelor in Liberal Studies

European College for Liberal Studies
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

BLS - Bachelor in Liberal Studies (180 credits) [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. Courses Undergraduate courses are divided into core courses and specialization courses (relevant to a major or minor). Electives can be chosen from any of the scheduled courses offered at the undergraduate level. Specialization courses are scheduled based on enrollments and may not be available at all campuses. Specialization courses scheduled are available to all students also as electives. Students are recommended to complete courses and earn credits at the highest level possible. Program requirements Total 180 credits Electives 180 credits / 36 courses Switching to another program once the studies have started is possible as long as the program requirements are met by the end of the studies. Therefore, the decision to switch should be made as early as possible to avoid not meeting the program requirements within the intended program duration. Admission requirements proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin Students who are 17 or older who have completed less than 12 years of formal education and who do not hold a high school diploma that allows access to higher education in the country of origin should earn up to an additional 60 credits in the Undergraduate Foundation program. CAREER PERSPECTIVES Our study programs and courses are career-oriented in nature and provide students with a high level of flexibility throughout their undergraduate studies. Focusing on a broad range of specialized subject matters, students are equipped... [-]

Bachelor of Engineering –Information Systems Science and Engineering Course (ISSE)

Ritsumeikan University
Campus Full time 4 years April 2018 Japan Kusatsu Kyoto + 1 more

Students in the Information Systems Science and Engineering Course develop the information systems engineering skills necessary to work anywhere in the world and bring imagination and technical competence to every kind of project and organization, while also maintaining the powerful benefits of their own unique personalities and cultures. The program lays a foundation in the basics of engineering and the technical competency to work flexibly with continually evolving hardware, software, and user needs. [+]

Academics The College of Information Science and Engineering was established in 2004 in the context of growing need of Information and Communication Technology. Being renowned as the largest faculty in this field in Japan, in 2017, Ritsumeikan University moved on to the next challenge to launch a new English-medium program in response to big demand of the IT knowledge and skill worked in the international society. The main focus of education in the Information Systems Science and Engineering Course (ISSE) is to train people who can work in this quickly evolving technical world, as team members, as innovators, and as leaders. Students in the Information Systems Science and Engineering Course develop the information systems engineering skills necessary to work anywhere in the world and bring imagination and technical competence to every kind of project and organization, while also maintaining the powerful benefits of their own unique personalities and cultures. The program lays a foundation in the basics of engineering and the technical competency to work flexibly with continually evolving hardware, software, and user needs. Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Engineering Duration: 4 years Language of Instruction: English Yearly Intake: 50 students Enrollment: April Location: Biwako - Kusatsu Campus Program Design During the first year, students learn about the project lifecycle around which the Project-Based Learning courses are framed. After becoming acquainted with projects and labs, as well as getting the foundations of information science, in their second year, students begin to work as team members. At the same time, and moving... [-]

Bachelor in Business Studies - Small Business Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo + 1 more

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Small Business Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCSBM201 - International Business (5) UGSCSBM202 - Small Business Management (5) UGSCSBM203 - Family Business Management (5) UGSCSBM204 - Project Management (5) UGSCSBM205 - Innovation (5) UGSCSBM206 - Facility Management (5) UGSCSBM207 - Global Sourcing and Logistics (5) UGSCSBM208 - Risk Management (5) Contemporary Cases in Small Business Management (5) Research Project in Small Business Management (5) Level 400 Capstone Project in... [-]


Bachelor in Business Studies – Tourism and Hospitality Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Tourism and Hospitality Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Tourism and Hospitality Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCTHM201 - Tourism Management (5) UGSCTHM202 - Hotel Management (5) UGSCTHM203 - Hospitality Management... [-]


Bachelor in Business Studies – Sports Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Sports Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in Sports Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCSM201 - Sports Management (5) UGSCSM202 - Psychology (5) UGSCSM203 - Sports Marketing (5) UGSCSM204 -... [-]


Bachelor in Business Studies – International Relations

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in International Relations consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in International Relations consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. Several minors are available: Specialization courses in International Relations: UGSCIR101 - The Theory of International Relations (5) UGSCIR102 - World History (5) UGSCIR103 - Negotiation and Conflict... [-]

Bachelor in Business Studies – International Management

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo

The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in International Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. [+]

Bachelors in Japan 2017. The Bachelor in Business Studies specializing in International Management consists of 180 European Credits (ECTS) and takes 3 or 4 academic years of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 9 – 12 quarters respectively), depending on the chosen study track and intensiveness. Total contact hours amount to 1800. Courses are scheduled between Monday and Friday, between 9am at the earliest and 7pm at the latest and are taught entirely in English. Program structure There are two study tracks available, the American study track and the European study track. Depending on the chosen track, the program intensiveness will vary, allowing students to study at their own preferred pace. American Study Track: 15 Course credits per quarter 15 contact hours per week 30 study hours per week European study track: 20 Course credits per quarter 20 Contact hours per week 40 Study hours per week Program starting dates Because of the modular design and flexibility of the program, students can start their studies in October, January, April, July, and August. The Bachelor program is offered at all campuses. Course requirements (with optional minor) Specialization Courses (minor) 20 credits / 4 courses Electives 160 credits / 32 courses Minors are considered as secondary specializations during undergraduate studies and form fundamental component of the complete study program, offering a wide range of specialization courses. SPECIALIZATION COURSES IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT Level 200 UGSCIM201 - International Business (5) UGSCIM202 - Global Banking (5) UGSCIM203 - International Economics (5) UGSCIM204... [-]