Kumamoto Gakuen University - Faculties and Graduate Schools - Faculties

Faculties

  • the Faculty of Commercial Science(in English)
    • Commercial Science(main)
    • Business
    • Hospitality Management
    • Commercial Science(minor)
  • the Faculty of Economics(in English)
    • Economics
    • International Economics
    • Legal Economics
  • the Faculty of Foreign Languages(in English)
    • English
    • East Asian Studies
  • the Faculty of Social Welfare(in English)
    • Social Welfare(main)
    • Social Work and Environmental Design
    • Child welfare environmental subject
    • Social Welfare(minor)

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