Available courses

2021-2 MKTG4025 INTERNATIOANL MARKETING MANAGEMENT

International Marketing Management takes marketing global, and allows students the opportunity to explore the development of marketing strategies for an international market. Having developed a number of marketing skills and some ability to develop domestic marketing strategy, this course takes students beyond domestic borders.
Course Coordinator: Raisa Pipersburgh

2021-2 HIST3352 BELIZE - GUATEMALA RELATIONS

This course examines the history of Belize Guatemala relations from their historic inception as European colonies of the United Kingdom and Spain, respectively, to their emergence as nation states. The course follows a logical sequence of four thematic areas covering (i) Pre Columbian inhabitation of the geographic areas, European colonization and settlement, (ii) The Anglo-Guatemala Boundary Convention of 1859, origins of the Anglo Guatemalan territorial dispute (iii) Anglo Guatemalan negotiations , Belize’s international diplomatic initiatives, Independence in 1981, post-independence Belize Guatemala negotiations(iv) The proposed path leading to adjudication of the dispute by the International Court of Justice.
Course Coordinator: Francine Sabal

2021-2 BPHA4652 VETERINARY PHARMACY

This course is designed to provide coverage of animal health in relation to diseases and treatment. Areas to be covered will include common animal health issues in Belize both in pets and livestock animals. Importance will be given primarily to the pharmacological part of veterinary science, and will also include medical treatment of various diseases, histopathology, internal medicine, routes, and administration of medication and dosage calculation. Projects and practicals will be done to enhance the theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom.
Course Coordinator: Yusuf Abubakar

2021-2 ELEC1152L ELEC. W/SHOP 2 (PRACTICE)

The purpose of this course is to provide the students with a basic Practical experience in Electrical Installations Protection and Analogue Electronics so as to prepare them with further work and study in the Electronic Field that are needed to understand the functioning of present and future Electronic Equipment.
Course Coordinator: Cleavon Diego

2021-2 BIOL0016 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

This developmental course is offered to students who are required to take General Biology 1 as a core course in their associates’ degree program of study at the University of Belize. In addition, this course is to assist those students who did not perform well in their high school biology course but want to pursue a tertiary level degree in a field that requires General Biology 1. Thus, this developmental course provides an overview of classification, chemistry of life, transport systems, reproduction, genetics and ecology.
Course Coordinator: Thyra Arana, Joaquin Magana

2021-2 CHEM0016 DEVELOPMENTAL CHEMISTRY

This developmental course is offered to students who are required to take General Chemistry 1 as a core course in their associates’ degree program of study at the University of Belize. This is an introductory course designed for students with no Chemistry background who need to take General Chemistry I and Introduction to Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry. It includes basic principles in Chemistry. Topics to be covered: Units of Measurement; States of Matter; Atomic Theory and Structure; Chemical Bonding; Chemical Reactions; The Periodic Table; Mole Calculations; Chemical Names and Formulas.
Course Coordinator: Thyra Arana, Odalis Hernandez