The college catalog is a very important document given to you by the University administration. It is the document that sets forth the academic requirements the student has to meet in order to garner a degree in the institution. You are given a catalog dated on the year you enter the university, and it governs your whole academic progress. It is essential to read and understand it, and to keep a copy handy for reference and for your records.
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This course is a continuation of AR320, and involves development of individual style and individual projects. Emphasis is placed on creative utilization of materials and techniques and the development of a personal direction. Prerequisite: AR320.
This course is a continuation of AR420, and involves continued refinement of individual style and individual projects. Emphasis is placed on creative utilization of materials and techniques and the development of personal direction. Prerequisite: AR420.
This course provides an opportunity to develop a business plan through the application of the principles, theories and practices learned in the previous entrepreneurship courses. Emphasis will be placed on the practicability of the plan and the ability to present the concept as a viable and profitable business venture. Prerequisites: BA242, BA342 with a C grade or better.
This course introduces the principles, terminology and fundamental concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics. It is a foundation for understanding the scope and methods of the economic perspective applied to issues faced by modern capitalist societies. Topics include the role of economics in society, the structure of economic activity, the behavior of firms and households in a market economy, the role of government and institutions of public policy in the United States. Relevant examples from Guam, Micronesia and the Pacific Rim will be explored. Prerequisites: MA085-II Placement or higher.
This course introduces students to basic computing concepts and the use of computers in management settings. Prerequisite: MA110 or MA115 with a C grade of better.
This course discusses the fundamentals of the hospitality industry by providing an overview of the various departments of a hotel. It also discusses the positions and career paths available to students interested in a career in the hospitality industry.
The first semester covers basic accounting principles of financial accounting and techniques within a framework of sound modern theory. Prerequisite: BA130 or BA230 and MA110, or MA115 or MA161a/b or MA165 with a C grade or better. Instructor’s consent required for online method of delivery.
This course covers fundamental accounting principles for partnerships and corporations; introduction to management accounting and cost accounting practice work is included to meet current trends in technology. Prerequisite: BA200 with a grade of C or better.
This course is an introduction to the modern theory and methodology of statistics as applied to business and economics. It emphasizes the fundamentals of statistics and the use of software for statistical analysis. The course is the first in a series of two required BBA Foundation courses, the second being BA310 Applied Statistics for Business Decisions. Prerequisite: BA110, and BA130, and MA110 or MA115 or MA161a/b or MA165 with a C grade or better.
This course develops skills in the areas of spreadsheets, database management and cloud computing. Prerequisites: MA110 or MA115 or MA161a/b or MA165 with a C grade or better.