School of Business & Public Administration
Accounting grad Taeyoung Park passes CPA exam
Iris Guinto, Jonathan Pablo become first graduating seniors to pass SHRM-CP exam
UOG business student Josiah Lanuza earns AIF designation
Criminal justice and MPA alumna becomes a U.S. Customs & Border Protection officer
Jerricho Garcia passes national CPA exam before graduating
Alumna Sarah Filush Camacho brings social issues to the screen
UOG Faculty Dr. Gena Rojas awarded for dissertation on Chamorro Land Trust
UOG Tourism Expert Publishes Book on Japanese Employment and Leisure
UOG Truman Scholar Athena McNinch Attends Leadership Week in Missouri
Athena McNinch Named Truman Scholar
The School of Business and Public Administration (SBPA) mission is aligned with the University of Guam’s Statement of Greatness. As a Land Grant institution, the University provides programs and outreach opportunities that integrate SBPA and its students into the fabric of the community and the development of regional economies. The liberal arts setting and General Education requirements of the University are integral to SBPA professional degree programs and curricula.
In its mission commitment to teaching, service and research, SBPA is dedicated to the success of its students by providing quality bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in business administration, criminal justice and public administration.
The School is a repository of knowledge for economic and business issues, where scholarship and service support and enhance its educational programs. The School encourages faculty and students to undertake applied research and provide community and University services for the benefit of businesses and public agencies on Guam and in the region.
The School plays an important role in providing needed services to the community and University through small business development, conferences, seminars and professional consulting to business and government.
We are the regional center for education, development, service and research in business and government. Our core values promote and foster sustainable, ethical and socially responsible leadership.
We aspire to become the leading regional center of excellence for education, development, service, and research in sustainable business and government for our stakeholders. (Adopted on October 25, 2013)
The School espouses the following core values that relate to its mission, its students and its vision of the future:
All classes will pause the week of Oct. 28 - Nov. 3 to allow some time to catch up and recharge.
Rotarians briefed on effort to reopen Guam's economy both efficiently and safely
UOG Professor of Economics Roseann Jones weighs in on how the pandemic and federal assistance is impacting household spending and saving.
Ten students who are in the home stretch of their degrees have been given a financial boost to the finish line.
Tamae Waguk, a 2016 business administration alumna from UOG, has been recognized by Sophia University in Japan for overcoming the adversity of completing her environmental science master's thesis remotely from her home in Kosrae due to the pandemic
Read success stories from students and alumni from the School of Business and Public Administration. For more student success stories, visit our Student Achievement site.