Guiza had a lucrative banking job while pursuing Biology and Business
Administration at CSULB. Assured by her successful career, she made the
fateful decision to leave school during her senior year.
are three factors that led to my decision to choose CSULB’s Master of
Public Administration (MPA): the price, reputation, and flexibility,”
said Leslie Frausto Fernandez, who graduated from the program in Spring
Miles Winston, a research assistant at CITT who recently earned his Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) degree, was selected as the METRANS Tier 1 University Transportation Center award winner earlier this year. The national award honors students who have shown exemplary work in and out of the classroom.
sciences, remote sensing, and cartographic visualization may sound like
esoteric terms, but they have an everyday impact on anyone who’s ever
used Google Maps.
world is getting smaller, even as the connections between people and
places are getting more complicated. The U.S. economy is growing, but
the consumer shift towards online commerce has permanently altered the
supply chain that moves products from factory floors to customers’ front