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Center for Education in General Studies

Nourishing people of culture with a wide range of knowledge

The Center for Education in General Studies offers students subjects of Basic Course for General Studeis that are common to all faculties and departments and that can be used by those who want to learn other fields of specialty besides their primary one. According to their purposes or interests, students choose one from the courses that the Center offers and equip themeselves as people of culture to solve many problems by acquiring basic knowledge and ideas out of their own field of specialty. Though these subjects of Basic Course for General Studies students give themselves multiple viewpoints, nourish flexible thinking and expand their future capabilities.

Faculty member
Name Title Field of Research Subject of Research
IYODA, Takatoshi Professor Auditing,
Financial accounting
Theoretical and Empirical research for auditing in Japan,Comparative institutional study for EU countries.
KAWASAKI, Teruyuki Professor Financial accounting,
Accounting information systems,SME accounting
Theoretical and empirical research for accounting information systems.
Study of accounting standard for SMEs.
NISHIKAWA, Kohei Professor Organization Development,
Organizational Behavior,Human Resource Development,Turnaround Management
1) Building the conceptual theries of OD
2) Building the practical theories of OD
3) Understanding the human dynamics of action research processes
HATOGAI, Koichi Professor Educational Technology, Information Science Study of educational methods by means of multi-media technology.
Methodological study of computer literacy and information science education.
Study of management for distributed information systems.
FURUTA, Kiyokazu Professor Accounting, Auditing, Bookkeeping, Education of accounts Unification of accounting and auditing, Practical accounts
YOSHIKAWA, Ayumi Professor Fuzzy theory, Subjective information processing Analysis of subjectivity, vagueness, fuzziness, ambiguity, non-linearity and intuition in human information processing and its application for solving real-world problems
KONISHI, Yukio Associate
Professor
Higher Education Policy,EU Legal Studies, International Relations 1) Comparative Studies of Higher Education Policies in Member States of EU.
2) Brexit and future of Single Market.
SHINODA, Yuji Associate
Professor
e-learning system 1) Modeling of the students' scenario on e-Learning courses.
2) Development of a mathematical formula scoring system.
TAKEDA, Yoshihisa Associate
Professor
Career design 1) Active learning
2) Workshop