Dean’s List Quarter 4: National City

Aguero, Guillermina L
Amante, Blaine S
Cabezas, Jazmin C
Campos, Berenice
Cantor, Ryan J
Cazares, Rosa M
Celebrado, Apolonia O
Chavez, Michael A
Clemente, Yvonne
Daugherty, Sean P
Dennis, Larry
Diocares, John Nelson C
Duque, Ana M
Estrada, Erika E
Farmer, Jade A
Felix, Eduardo A
Fuller, Bebob
Galicinao, Chona
Gitano, Santino M
Gutierrez, Alexis B
Hairston, Seth A
Hill, Jessica L
Hua, Jason C
Iyar, Starlene
Jimenez, Jennifer L
Labrador, Elizabeth G
Lawson Jr, John E
Lim, Hans Christian N
Lorennij, Loreal L
Malana, Leoncio C
Manabat Jr, Jesus P
Maxwell, Britt R
Mercado, Daniel A
Miller, Jennifer L
Milo, Samantha J
Morales, Joel I
Mosko, Michael
Ortiz, Jerome V
Pascua, Marianne M
Perez, Lilibeth
Ponce, Bryan M
Porter, Bethanie C
Rausa, Evelyn T
Rios, Daisy A
Rivero, Eric
Roberts, Richard A
Roman Hernandez, Crystina
Rulloda, Mary Grace M
Sabal, Erlynn Joyce R
Saenz-Castaneda, Brianna N
Samora, Maria E
Sanchez Contreras, Eneida L
Santos, Monique
Satchell Jr., Alvin L
Satterfield, Darrow L
Shuhart, Melissa P
Smith, Carl A
Sweet, Mary J
Villanueva Rodriguez, Esteban
Villarin, Elvissa S
Youngclaus, Cheyanne H

Dean’s List Quarter 4: San Diego

Abdullah, Gwendolyn W
Acorn, Patrick G
Alfiler III, Asislo N
Amaya, Kasirarat C
Andres, Shallyn P
Archambeau, Deborah J
Arredondo, Viviana
Augustyn, Mariska A
Avalos, Jennifer D
Bacon Jr, Charles E
Ballard, Natracia N
Banuelos, Maria G
Bates, Kimberley S
Blount, Juanetta N
Bolanos, Esmeralda
Brock, Katy M
Brooks, Tyler M
Brown, Ronell C
Burden, Stephen D
Burnett, Max E
Caceres, Charlie M
Carden, Christopher A
Ceron, Joseline
Collins, Joey L
Coolong, Eric
Dawson, Patricia D
De La Rosa, Joanna
De La Torre Lopez, Ruby
Decano, Shirley G
Decarlo, Renato R
Diedrich, Alexandria K
Dominguez, Guadalupe
Dones, Louis V
Ertel, Daniel R
Flores, Jacobo M
Gallardo, Daisy C
Gonzalez Martinez, Nora E
Gouin, Michele M
Gray, Christopher A
Gray, Howard S
Grilli, Katelynn A
Gutierrez, Roy
Guzman, Zeus L
Harris-Roberts, Gerbrina R
Heninger, Justuce D
Higgins, Christine M
Hinojo, Vanessa
Hinton, Dominique J
Hollinger, Amanda L
Howard, Lonnie P
Jackson, Francisca L
Johnson, Nicole M
Jones, Marcus L
Kidari, Nahid
Kleine, Kristy R
Labrador, Joel M
Lane, Jamie L
Lawless, James M
Lewis, Keonta M
Loera, Loren J
Lopez Jimenez, Elliott
Lynch, Michael K
Magno, Raymond P
Maneru, Maraalyssa h
Manimath, Tubal Charles T
McTighe, Kristin N
Melendrez, Gary R
Michael, Tiara D
Navarro, Perry
Nguyen, Khanh P
Noble, Parusha S
Obasade, John A
Ochoa, Michael H
Oravsky, Jonathan M
Ortiz Robles, Moises
Owens, Albert A
Pannone, Annamarie B
Pham, Annvi D
Phomthavong, Jaqueline
Porfirio Segundo, Maira
Prado, Steven E
Presley, Cartarious T
Quigg, Christine
Quintero Munos, Elsa J
Quirk, Tyler J
Ramirez, Elizabeth
Ramirez, Jorge A
Rampola, Edmund I
Rand, Mitchell L
Rangel Del Toro, Mayra G
Rioux, Toni L
Rivers, Leanne M
Roldan, Reinaldo F
Rosenberg, Katherine I
Rozier, Audrey L
Sager, Elyssabeth T
Salazar, Jed A
Sanchez, Danielle
Sanchez, Samanda
Santiago, Kriscor Marie M
Shields, Stetfhone L
Shotwell, Jessica L
Smith, Barney E
Smith, Laura
Snow, Kristyn E
Spurgeon, Rachael N
Stenson, Patrick W
Taylor, Devon L
Taylor, John F
Teagle, Turquoise N
Thomas, Nathaniel T
Trice, Marie A
Trujillo, Christopher M
Truong, Van Tuan L
Uyeda, Jennifer M
Van Rumund, Stephanie N
Van, Hanh H
Venable, Jason J
Villa, Ilsy
Walcott, Rasheda L
Warren, Tawnya L
Wells, Kateri S
Wilson, Tyrell A
Zaila, Lily B

Dean’s List Quarter 4: 2014 – San Marcos Campus

Markale Adams-Williams
Ivan Almazo
Noel Alvarez
Jose Andujar
Monique Bagley
Christopher Barrett
Tyler Baxter
Jose Benitez
Sterling Bullock
Nathan Burleson
Laica Calimlim
Angelica Cantera
Donna Capitle
Elizabeth Cardenas
Jazmin Cardenas
Heber Castillo
Leticia Castaneda
Mary Coletti
Brittany Cotton
William Cotton
Caleb Cummings
Kate Cummings
Paola De La Torre
Gerard Dumpit
Jennifer Dvorak-Johnson
Vincenet Elisan
Eleanor Escobedo
Edith Estrada
Yadira Flores
Jennifer Foster
Javier Gomez

Marvin Gomez
Corey Griffon
Lynne Guenette
Jennifer Guerrero
Kenneth Hackert
Michael Henderson
Brenda Hernandez
Shawn Jack
Bradley Jaudon
Cindy Johnson
Anthony Kinzel
Justin Kraeer
Joshua Krewson
Faira Leigh
Michael Levalley
Annette Longa
Jessica Lopez
Jack Mangas
Ana Martinez
Deneyrie Martinez
Jose Martinez
Jennifer McCluer
Kimberly Michaud
Mitzi Morales
Michael Murphy
Elizabeth Naranjo
Chrystian Navarrete Perez
Tuputala Paulo
Jose Pena III
Amario Pettis Jr.
Reynante Primero

Jane Ramirez
Jennifer Ramirez
Priscilla Ramirez
April Recendiz
Andrea Reyes
Kimmy Reyes
Jashon Richardson
Robert Rickketts Jr.
Ana Rivera
Osmara Rodriguez
Malia Roton
Joseph Saha
Reyna Sandoval
Rhonee Serisola
Raluca Solovyev
Kiahna Tavai
Julie Thoman
Erica Timocin
Maria Toledo
Kaitlyn Tritle
Michael Tuck
Lineh Uriostegui
Ronald Vaughn
Norman Vitor
Brandon Williams
Tabetha Williams
Dora Elaine Williamson Williams
Christopher Witt
Ashley Witte

Why A Business Degree is Essential for Managers


Whether you’re building an effective budget, managing employee task loads, resolving conflict, or planning for the future, managers are essential to every aspect of a business. As a manager, you know how important real world experience is to your job, and have most likely learned some important lessons through experience. However, we believe there is more even the most seasoned manager can gain by returning to school for an associate’s or bachelor’s  degree

Not only will a business degree increase your long term earning potential, but it will also add even more skills to your professional repertoire – giving you the ability to go further in your career than you ever imagined. Let’s take a look at just a few of the great things you will learn when you gain a business degree.


1. Management Principles

A course on Management Principles is a great way to learn just what a traditional management framework looks like, and how it can help you more effectively manage a busy office. You’ll learn a number of essential skills for planning, organizing, staffing, directing and motivating your staff so that your business runs like a tight ship. With this course under your belt, you’ll be well-prepared to manage bigger businesses, or to more efficiently manage your staff in your current role.

2. Operations Management

Whether you work in manufacturing or the service industry, managing your operations can be one of the trickiest parts of your job. It can be particularly difficult to balance long range – versus short-range problems, customer demands, and business needs. An operations management course that uses realistic case studies as its base will introduce you to logical analysis skills that can help you make more informed decisions in a fast-pace business world.


3. Management Planning Principles

Planning for the future of your business involves a thoughtful mix of details and big picture thinking. In a Management and Planning Principles course, you’ll gain insights into how to differentiate and set  compelling mission, vision and objectives that will motivate your employees, as well as strategies for achieving your biggest goals. A course like this will take you from the business plan down to the nitty-gritty of operational planning.


4. Fundamentals of Accounting

While you may have an accountant to do your books, a background in accounting will give you an essential grasp of the workings of the business you manage. You’ll have the capabilities to take a deeper look at theories of debit and credit and learn about what you should be doing throughout the accounting cycle.

You will also  have an expert explanation of the many confusing accounting terms that make your head spin, as well as suggestions for best practices. With the fundamentals down, you’ll have the confidence not only to manage your current business’ finances but also have the skills to help grow that business.


5. Retail Marketing Principles

In today’s consumer market, advertising and marketing happens across  numerous channels. With a course on marketing principles, you’ll learn what each of those channels does, how best to use them, and how marketing can help you grow a thriving retail business.  It is common knowledge that marketing is the backbone to any successful business.  Knowing the best marketing strategies, especially social media fundamentals, will get your far in your business.


6. Business Law

You may not have any interest in becoming a lawyer, but having some familiarity with business law will ensure you steer your company clear of any mishaps with the law. You will learn about business documents, licenses and contracts that you would need to keep your business out of court.   You will also learn  the basics of property law, reporting your credit, keeping your customer and employee data safe, and how to enter into a new business relationship without violating any codes.

There is so much a manager must know in order to successfully manage a business. A business degree could provide you with a good understanding of the fundamentals while broadening your perspective. To learn about how California College San Diego can help you move your career forward, talk to our admissions staff.