What is an 《Agriculture MBA》 about?
You may not have even imagined that there is a specialist curriculum in Japan under the category of "Luxury Management: Fashion," in which you can learn how to enhance the value of luxury fashion brands such as bags, jewellery, and watches. This course requires a consideration of "how luxury fashion brands should be", and the "SDA Bocconi School of Management", which has a campus in Milan, Italy, is ranked as one of the best business schools in the world. The master's degree is called "Master in Fashion, Experience & Design Management", and this is not known as an MBA.
Generally, an MBA is considered to have a generalist thinking that deals with cross-industry topics. Due to this reason, the cases that are handled are also required to devise widespread discussions on large-scale as well as small-scale businesses, domestic and overseas, and diversified industries. Therefore, if you dwell too much on expert case studies limited to "Agriculture" this time, analysis of current situations and decision making will be centered on agriculture, and this can narrow one's horizon.
Generalist Training Course ・MBA full time・Executive MBA & MBA part time・General Management
Specialist Training Course ・Accounting and Auditing・Agribusiness / Food Industry Management・Arts and Cultural Management・Business and Commercial Law・Business Intelligence, Knowledge and Security Management・Communications・Corporate Finance・E-Business・Economics・Engineering and Project Management・Entrepreneurship・Financial Markets・Health Management・Human Resources Management・Information Systems Management・Insurance・International Management・Luxury Management: Fashion・Luxury Management: Food and Beverage・Marketing・Public Administration / Management・Real Estate Management・Retail Sales Management・Sports Management・Supply Chain and Logistics・Sustainable Development and Environmental Management・Taxation・Tourism and Hospitality Management