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Three specialized courses

 There are three specialized courses in the Course of Public-Private Partnership.
 The specialized courses are divided into public, private, and overseas fields, and there are classes recommended for each specialized course. However, all students can take any class/seminar that they want to take.
 There is no fixed number of students for each course. Also, specialized courses can be changed by semester. A Master’s Degree in Economics will be awarded upon completion of the selected specialized course. In addition, it will be acceptable to include “Completed Course of Public-Private Partnership (specialized course of ___)” on any document or record.
City Management Course

 Students in this specialized course learn public administration methods, such as restoration of sound local government finances and public facility management.

 It is intended for people who work in local government management, employees of businesses that provide services to local governments, people from communities who work with local governments, and people who wish to work in such environments.

 It seeks to develop leaders who learn methods for building quality projects and collaborating with citizens and private businesses, and who possess the ability to administer local governments that face challenges.

 ▼Recommended courses

  • City Management I(Municipal administration and finance in Japan) 
  • City Management Ⅱ(Regional leadership)
  • City Management Ⅲ(City Management in the World(in Cooperation w/ICMA))  
  • City Management Ⅳ(Balancing budgets)
  • City Management Ⅴ(Public facility and infrastructure management  
  • City Management Ⅵ(Regional Business modeling)
Global PPP Course

 This specialized course focuses on project planning in emerging countries of Asia, Africa, and other regions.

 It cultivates professionals possessing the ability to plan international projects, present proposals, and conduct negotiations based on understanding of overseas PPP schemes and trends.

 Students—specifically employees of companies that participate in PPP projects as part of their overseas business—acquire world-standard PPP knowledge by studying overseas PPP systems and methods, examining cases of success and failure in the world, and participating in project finding and project exercises.

 ▼Recommended courses

  • Global PPP Ⅰ(PPP Institutional Methodology abroad)
  • Global PPP Ⅱ(PPP trends in the World(in Cooperation w/UNECE)
  • Global PPP Ⅲ(English Presentation)
  • Global PPP Ⅳ(Global PPP Finance)
  • Global PPP Ⅴ(Asian Economy) 
  • Global PPP Ⅵ(Infrastructure PPPs)
  • Global PPP Ⅶ(PPP Theory)
PPP Business Course

 This course is for comprehensive study of Private Finance Initiatives (PFI), the “designated administrator” system, and private-sector and citizen-led PPP projects in community development and other fields.

 Students study fundamental PPP schemes and methods as well as business model theory, and acquire knowledge needed to introduce and implement PPP theory developed jointly by Toyo University and the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) of the United States. The course develops the professionals needed to implement PPP in local communities, private enterprises, NPOs, and NGOs and to take charge of new public services, as well as human resources capable of promoting PPP with strong planning abilities and a business mindset.

 ▼Recommended courses

  • PPP Business Ⅰ (PPP Case studies)
  • PPP Business Ⅱ (PPP Business around the world (in Cooperation with NCPPP))  
  • PPP Business Ⅲ (PPP Business planning)
  • PPP Business Ⅳ (PPP planning theory) 
  • PPP Business Ⅴ (Urban planning business) 
  • PPP Business Ⅵ (Financial planning theory)

Common Subjects for 3courses

  • PPP Theory Japanese
  • Regional Analysis
  • Basic Economics
  • Public Economy
  • Policy Evaluation
  • PPP Economic Theory
  • Basic Finance Theory
  • Regional finance
  • PPP Finance
  • Basic Public Finance Theory
  • Economy and Finances of Japan
  • PPP Business Management Theory
  • Financial Analysis
  • Informatization and resource development in regional community
  • PPP Paper Research
  • PPP Institutional Methodology in Japan
  • Environment Policy
  • Energy Theory
  • PPP Project Ⅰ
  • PPP Project Ⅱ
  • PPP Design
  • Global PPP Business ExerciseⅠ
  • Global PPP Business ExerciseⅡ
  • PPP Omnibus Lecture Series Ⅰ
  • PPP Omnibus Lecture Series Ⅱ