Details for Graduate School of Management and Faculty of Management, Atomi University
Type of Organization
Type of Education
Undergraduate, Post Graduate
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Sign Up Date to PRME
22 Jul 2011
Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission
24 Sep 2016
Sharing Information on Progress (2016)
Period Covered: Apr 2014 to Mar 2016
The Atomi University, Faculty of Management and Graduate School of Management, adopted the PRME on 13 July 2011.This report is the forth SIP Report of our institutions, covering our activities mainly in the fiscal 2014-2015 (April 2014 to March 2016).
Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
The Faculty of Management was established in 2002. In 2006, it set up the Department of Life and Environment, the principle of which is to educate “business for sustainability” (sustainable business). The Department promotes education with relevant curriculum on sustainability for business, emphasizing the triple bottom lines (corporate profit, environmental protection and social performance), in particular in human’s life related business, including foods, textiles, housing and town planning.
The Department is also supporting students’ voluntary activities for greening the university in collaboration with other universities and local communities.
In addition, the Faculty is implementing students’ internship program in the second grade (compulsory) in related business and public organizations, including government offices.
The Graduate School of Management was established in 2006, the curriculum of which includes environmental protection, labor issues, responsible corporate strategy, business risk management, human health and welfare, and consumer protection.
Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
Some faculty members are engaged in research activities on the UNGC related issues, including corporate environmental policy, responsible supply chain management, bio-mimicry technology, international and domestic human rights (including women’s rights) and labor standards.