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Education and Research on the Theories and Techniques of Practical Management from New Perspectives Extending and Exceeding Frameworks from Arts and Sciences
The basic philosophy of the School of Management is to make use of the Tokyo University of Science's extensive interdisciplinary system using quantitative and empirical approaches. This draws from research knowledge gained through the fields of science and engineering to educate students in management through new perspectives emphasizing practical theories and approaches applied to organizations. The educational objective of the School of Management is not simply based on students accumulating knowledge, but also developing the skills needed to independently and collaboratively apply that knowledge for problem identification, analysis, and resolution.
This educational philosophy is manifest through research presentations and interactive discussions with advisors based on scientific methods. "Graduation research" lies at the core of this educational mechanism and enables this objective to be realized. Trough this proven, rigorous process, students discover real problems, collect data, perform analytics, formulate solutions and analyze the meanings of the results. Students communicate their methods and findings by making presentations to research advisors for review and evaluation. Through this process, students learn to appreciate, engage and contribute to management, benefitting organizations, stakeholders, and society.