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This course covers the principles, procedures, and concepts involved in gathering, recording, and analyzing facts about problems relating to the sale and transfer of goods and services from producer to consumer. Included are studies of relation-preparation of commodities for sale, physical distribution, wholesale and retail merchandising, and financial problems. Prerequisites: BA260, BA310
This course builds on the concepts and theories covered in the introductory, Marketing subjects, as well as those learned in subsequent Marketing course work. As a capstone marketing major course, this course focuses on strategic marketing analysis and planning at both the corporate and SBU levels. Prerequisites: BA260 with a C grade or better – Graduating Senior level status.
This course is the capstone of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree program, integrating concepts and skills learned in the BBA Foundation and BBA Concentration. Strategic business problems are examined from executive management and firm perspectives. Prerequisite: Graduating Seniors.
This course provides instruction and experience in small business. It addresses both Entrepreneurship and the management of small business operations. The course also has a practical orientation. Students intern for 80 hours with the Guam Small Business Development Center (SBDC), assisting small businesses as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Prerequisites: BA260 and Senior standing.
This course is a 120-hour business internship with a business firm or government organization, or a 120-hour research internship with a SBPA faculty member. The business internship is designed for those who intend to pursue business careers. The research internship is designed for students who intend to pursue graduate work. Internships are offered selectively to students who have demonstrated superior performance in their previous business coursework (see prerequisites). Students gain practical and applied experience by working on a project in a technical or professional area under the direct supervision of a practicing manager or faculty member. Selection of the organization sponsoring the business internship is a joint process involving the student, SBPA Internship Coordinator and representatives from interested firms. A research internship is a joint process involving the student, SBPA Internship Coordinator and a SBPA faculty member. The course may be repeated once. Prerequisites: overall 3.2 GPA in business courses, 2 BBA Concentration courses, Senior standing.
The Seminar provides the opportunity for study and discussion of significant topics and problems in the field of marketing. Prerequisites: BA210, BA260
This course is an overview of insect biology with emphasis on fundamental problems encountered by insects, and the structural and functional adaptations used to overcome these problems. The laboratory focuses on insect identification. An insect collection is required. The course meets for three hours of lecture weekly. Prerequisites: BI157-157L or AG109 or AG281.
BI/AG345L is the lab portion of BI/AG345 and must be taken concurrently. The course consists of one three-hour laboratory period per week. Co requisite: BI/AG345
This course provides for practical educational experience in undergraduate course laboratories. It may be taken more than once for credit. Prerequisites: Completion of the course in which the laboratory is offered, or of an equivalent course, and consent of instructor.
This course covers the principles of protein chemistry and enzyme nomenclature, catalysis, kinetics, and control. It includes three hours of lecture weekly. The lab, BI/CH419L, MUST be taken concurrently. Prerequisite: CH310a, CH311, CH310b and CH312 or concurrent enrollment, BI157-157L and BI158-158L or equivalent. Co requisite: BI/CH419L