- Degree Conferral Policy
*Regarding the "Accounting for Professionals Course," this applies to students who have been matriculated in and before the academic year of 2017.
- The main educational objective of the Graduate School of Business and Commerce is to produce knowledgeable academics with a broad perspective, who will develop into capable independent-minded researchers or professionals who can take on leadership roles in society. To successfully complete the Master’s Program, in addition to obtaining the specified credits, the student must submit a Master’s Thesis (The Academic Research Course) or three short articles/papers (The Accounting for Professionals Course). In addition, the student must successfully defend their thesis. In the Doctoral Program (Ph.D.), the student must make a presentation at a colloquium, as well as publish at least one peer-reviewed article to be eligible as a candidate. In addition to earning the required credits, it is necessary to submit a Doctoral Dissertation and pass the dissertation defense.
Regardless of which program it is, foremost importance is placed on whether the student has acquired enough expertise, creative conceptual approach, precise analytical skills along with the ability to think logically, is armed with diverse information and knowledge, has creative insight and a flexible approach, and last but not least, is gifted with the ability to disseminate information.