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Curriculum & Courses

The following curriculum applies to those who will start the programme in academic year 2017 onward. Students who joined PCP in 2016 must refer to the pre-2017 website.

Prerequisite and Requirements for a Certificate

Upon completing the following requirements, PCP students and exchange students will be awarded a PCP Certificate.

Third year students who plan to join PCP in their 4th year might increase the chances of obtaining a PCP certificate by doing as follows:

  1. During their 3rd year, register for classes whose credits are counted towards the PCP certificate, and successfully obtain credits
  2. At the end of their 3rd year, apply to PCP and be admitted
  3. Take the remaining classes that are required for the PCP certificate , and successfully obtain credits

Prerequisite

Students are required to earn credits for Academic Writing prior to taking the Methodology classes. To meet this requirement, full-time Keio students admitted to PCP must take the Academic Writing class at Mita in the Spring Semester while PEARL students can take the Academic Writing class offered in Hiyoshi. Non-PEARL students cannot take the Academic Writing class offered for PEARL students in Hiyoshi. Exchange students are also required to earn credits for Academic Writing at Keio or an equivalent course at their home university prior to taking the Methodology classes.

Requirements

METHODOLOGY CLASSES ……

4 Credits

Finance, Policy and the Global Economy ……

2 Credits

Independent Study * ……

2 Credits

MAJOR CLASSES (elective) ……

16 Credits

Choose at least 8 major classes (16 credits) from the list below.

Total ……

20 Credits


Major Classes

Advanced Finance
Aid and Development
Applied Finance
Contemporary Japanese Economy a/b
Economic Development a
Economics of Globalisation
Economy and Environmental Law
Energy Economics, Environment and Policy
Environmental Economic Policy
Environmental Economic Theory
EU Competition Law
Financial Management and Corporate Governance
International Law and Economy
International Trade a/b
Introduction to Finance
Lecture Series on Longevity Studies
Macroeconomics of EU Economic Integration
Macroeconomics of Open Economies a/b
Public Finance
Seminar in Special Topics (Make government work better)*

* This course counts for 1 credit.

Syllabus

The syllabus for AY2019 is available from the link below.

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