Masters in Business Management in Japan

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

A business management program teaches students how to efficiently and effectively manage other workers in a corporate environment. Students typically gain an in-depth understanding of how managerial policies impact productivity and company profits.

Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.

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MBS - Master in Business Studies

United International Business Schools
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Japan Tokyo + 1 more

The MBS - Master in Business Studies program consists of 60 European credits and take 1 academic year of 9 months of full-time studies to complete (up to 3 quarters). Total contact hours ... [+]

Best Masters in Business Management in Japan 2017. MBS - Master in Business Studies (without optional specialization) Total 60 credits Electives 52 credits/26 courses Thesis 8 credits MBS - Master in Business Studies (with optional specialization) Total 60 credits Courses (core) 24 credits/12 courses Courses (specialization) 6 credits/3 courses Electives 22 credits/11 courses Thesis 8 credits Admission requirements proficiency in the English language (refer to the admission section for further details) Bachelor degree (or equivalent) No distinction is made between academic or professional Bachelor degrees. Degrees with 180 European credits or 120 American semester credits are considered equivalent. Students who do not hold a business-related Bachelor degree or equivalent may be required to complete an inbound assessment test prior to starting the graduate program, and, depending on the results, earn an additional number of credits in leveling courses from the Pre-Master program in order to be fully prepared for our graduate programs. Students who do not hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent should apply for a Bachelor degree program, or for the Undergraduate Diploma top-up program. Refer to the undergraduate admissions catalog for further details. Students who have 15 or more years of relevant work experience may apply directly for the Pre-Master program and will be required to complete an inbound assessment test prior to starting the graduate program, and, depending on the results, earn an additional number of credits in specific undergraduate courses. e.g. Students who wish to earn a Master degree and who are required to complete the... [-]

Master of E-Business Management

International University of Japan
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Japan Niigata

Adding Value through Internet, Mobile Communications and Ubiquitous Connectivity – One-Year Master's Degree: Master of E-Business Management. The global business environment ... [+]

Master of E-Business Management

 

Adding Value through Internet, Mobile Communications and Ubiquitous Connectivity – One-Year Master's Degree: Master of E-Business Management

 

The global business environment has been changing dramatically over the last few years. The impact of this has been a complete transformation of business itself, all kinds of business, and the kind of careers it demands.

 

E-Business, earlier thought of as just buying and selling using the Internet, has become an undeniable reality with applications for all kinds of businesses from banking to human resource optimization, from manufacturing to sales, from medical fields to logistic management, from environmental monitoring to environmental management, and from transforming education to creating new forms of government administration  (e-Government). A bank CEO today, for example, can monitor his bank's performance in real time by implementing technologies based on E-Business. A strategically thinking manager then can use the same infrastructure, or enhance it with compatible technology innovations, to provide a host of services to customers that the bank's competitors never thought of, thus creating completely new revenue streams for the bank.  E-Government applications in countries such as Japan, Korea and Singapore are allowing those countries to provide unprecedented services to the general public.... [-]