BY JESSICA ROHR
For the Journal
The Professional Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Administration programs at the University of Guam are working to serve community needs on a local level while ensuring their graduates have a competitive edge in the global marketplace.
“We are looking at the program and how it fits in with the University of Guam and the region,” said the program chairman of both master programs, John J. Rivera. “We want to be indigenously relevant but globally competitive.”
According to Rivera, the outcomes of the master graduates’ assessments, which UOG implemented in . . .
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