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Educational objectives

To nurture business professionals with a “think global, act local” outlook by imparting a deeper understanding of both theoretical and practical components of business administration, commerce and accounting as the foundation for contributing at both local and international levels.

Education and research programs

The Graduate School of Commerce is committed to producing well-rounded business professionals imbued with a “think global, act local” outlook. Postgraduate students are encouraged to nurture individual strengths and qualities while extending key skills and competencies around identifying, analyzing and addressing trends and developments regarding digital technology and globalization. Typical career paths include becoming business analysts, strategic planners, Certified Public Accountants (CPA), Licensed Taxation Accountants and Registered Small Enterprise Consultants.

Typical subjects

Business Strategy, Logistics Systems, Regional Economic Development, Accounting, Managerial Accounting