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Graduate School of Labor Studies

Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management

There may be many implications for expressing the contemporary era, but from the perspective of a manager who manages an organization as a collection of human resources, it is worth describing it as an era of diversity. The composition of superficial human resources, such as gender, age, occupation, and education level, is also diverse, and the things that individual human resources pursue and expect through organizational life are also very diverse compared to the past.

In the Department of Human Resources Management, the curriculum is organized with the subject of thinking about how to manage and lead the pool of these various manpower in line with the organization's pursuit.

In addition to the core business administration curriculum, they cross the boundaries of psychology, sociology, economics, anthropology, and philosophy while contemplating the phenomena at the individual, group, and organizational levels, and are contemplating various issues arising from managing human resources as subjects that govern and control their actions and decisions.