Students acquire the skills and human qualities needed for business, and hone their qualifications as working adults.
This Division has three courses: “Internship,” “Hospitality Training,” and “Investigative Studies (Transfer Preparation).” Students select from these according to their own interests and career path, honing their knowledge and skills away from campus as well.
The Division is characterized by its thorough teaching of “Nakamura Style” campus etiquette and by making etiquette an everyday habit through the weekly Business Day on which students attend school in suits.
The Division offers a Transfer Special Support Program that provides guidance on specialized subjects and support for essay and interview preparation for students who aim to transfer to Nakamura Gakuen University or other 4-year university.
The Division offers a Career Support Course that supports the acquisition of official qualifications related to secretary work, bookkeeping, and personal computers. Every year, many students obtain three or more qualifications and achieve employment in their desired industries and occupations.
“Career” refers to the process of endeavoring to form one’s own values and utilize these within the varied relationships found in specific scenarios of working and living. The Division of Career Development develops human resources rich in human qualities, who constantly strive for such career development and who can contribute in specific scenarios.
The Division seeks persons who are equipped with knowledge, skills, capabilities, sense of purpose, and ambition as follows, to develop human resources who can play active roles as business persons and as family persons.
The Division conducts classes that systematically organize subjects for the purpose of achieving the graduation certification and degree conferral policies of the University.
The Division awards an Associate degree (Home Economics) to persons who have completed the prescribed course and who have acquired qualities and abilities as follows.