Ritsumeikan University | Graduate School of Technology Management

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Master's Program

  Master's Program Overview
Degree Master of Technology Management
Language of Instruction Japanese
Enrollment Semester April and September
Duration 2 Years
Enrollment Capacity 70 students

Subject List

We offer Japanese-based Master's Program (Japanese proficiency is required). All subject listed below except Technology Management Ⅰ-Ⅲ and Special Lecture are conducted in Japanese. Only Technology Management Ⅰ-Ⅲ and Special Lecture are conducted in English.

MOT Basic Subjects MOT Program Subjects
Technology Management Basics Special Lecture(Improving Research Skills in English)
Technology Management Case Study Technology Management Ⅰ-Ⅲ*
Technology Management Practice Special Lecture*
Practicum Ⅰ/Ⅱ
MOT Core Subjects
Strategic Technology Development Accounting and Finance
Financial Strategy Intellectual Property Strategy
Marketing of Technology Based Enterprises Management of Value Creation
Technology & Intellectual Property Related Laws Project Management in Technology Based Enterprises
Organization Science of Technology Management Research Methodology for Technology Management
Human Resource Management of Technology Based Enterprises Seminar on Business Planning and Valuation
MOT Advanced Subjects
R&D Strategy Entrepreneurial Strategy
Technology and Business Valuation IT Management
Technology Ethics Managerial Accounting
History of Technology Management Special Lecture(Innovation Dynamics)
Service Innovation MOT Career Management
Strategic Management of Technology Based Enterprises Frontiers in Science and Technology Related Business
International Intellectual Property Manufacturing Process Management
Corporate Risk Management Healthcare Management
Decision Making Value Chain Management
Special Lecture(Information Engineering for Knowledge Management) Special Lecture(Decision Making Theory and Practice)
Strategic Innovation Management Entreneurship in Technology Venture Businesses
Special Lecture(Data Analysis for Decision Making)
Research Course
Preliminary Seminar 1-2 Advanced Seminar 1-2


For more details of subjects, please refer to the Online Syllabus

Requirements for Program Completion

Students will be qualified for the degree upon completion of the following requirements:

1.Period of Enrollment
Minimum 2 years of study are required to achieve a master's degree.
2.Credit Requirements
Students must obtain at least 34 credits which include more than 6 credits from "Core Subjects" and "4 credits from "Research Course".
A thesis is required to submit under the supervision of the academic supervisor. It must be approved and passed the final examination according to the procedure of the program.