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UOG business programs earn accreditation

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Annette T. Santos, dean of the University of Guam’s School of Business & Public Administration; and John J. Rivera, assistant professor of public administration and Professional Master of Business Administration program chairman at UOG.

Two programs out of the University of Guam's School of Business and Public Administration earned accreditation for another seven years. 

The Bachelor of Business and Administration and Professional Master of Business Administration programs received the notice of accreditation reaffirmation from the International Accreditation Council for Business Education. The council is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

The SBPA's business program is also the only accredited four-year program in Micronesia. 

 "This underscores UOG's continued commitment of providing an excellent education to our students," UOG President Thomas Krise said.

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