While Barry University is primarily a liberal arts college the university has expanded its programs of study to include specialized programs in nursing teacher education medical technology and social work. 2000 5,007,564 23.5% PortMiami boasts the title "cruise capital of the world" and is the busiest cruise/passenger port in the world it accommodates the operations of such major cruise lines as Carnival Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line It is home to the Symphony of the Seas the largest cruise ship in the world Currently the following ships are based in Miami: Carnival Sensation Carnival Glory Carnival Victory Carnival Splendor Empress of the Seas Navigator of the Seas Norwegian Getaway Norwegian Sky Disney Magic. "International business" is also defined as the study of the internationalization process of multinational enterprises a multinational enterprise (MNE) is a company that has a worldwide approach to markets production and/or operations in several countries Well-known MNEs include fast-food companies such as: McDonald's (MCD) YUM (YUM) Starbucks Coffee Company (SBUX) Microsoft (MSFT) etc Other industrial MNEs leaders include vehicle manufacturers such as: Ford Motor Company and General Motors (GMC) Some consumer electronics producers such as Samsung LG and Sony and energy companies such as Exxon Mobil and British Petroleum (BP) are also multinational enterprises. Ecosystems The Central Business District (CBD) is the traditional downtown of Miami Although this grid is easy to understand once one is oriented to it it is not universal in the entire county Hialeah uses its own grid system which is entirely different in its orientation Coral Gables and Miami Lakes use named streets almost exclusively and various smaller municipalities such as Florida City and Homestead use their own grid system along with the Miami-Dade grid system adding to the confusion in the beach cities and parks of Miami Beach Surfside Bal Harbour Sunny Isles and Golden Beach the streets are coordinated with the main grid; however their avenues are named; Palmetto Estates Miami Florida Business directory (29.4) 88.6 Campus ministry FIU also holds many Golden Panther spirit events throughout the year Some of these include Panther Camp held in the Summer prior to the Fall term for incoming freshmen where students spend a weekend in a retreat center learning all the traditional Golden Panther cheers chants traditions meeting other incoming students Started in 2006 Panther Camp has grown quickly in popularity from only 25 participants in 2006 to over 120 participants in 2007 in 2008 Panther Camp expanded to two camps with a combined total of 240 freshman participants Panther Camp is expected to grow in size for Summer 2010 as the waiting list has continued to double from year to year Freshmen who participate are more likely to get involved in Student Life than other students. ; .
. . . Pompano Beach 99,845 78,191 Broward 6.3 Taxis and shuttles, 2.3.1 Graduate admissions Government Center one of the main metro stations in Miami, 2 Campuses Future of the Everglades Fort Lauderdale (Amtrak/Tri-Rail) Silver Service Tri-Rail! ! . Planned water recovery and storage implementation using CERP strategies 9 Environmental issues Downtown Miami Center Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (MDWASD) is one of the largest public utilities in the United States employing approximately 2,700 employees as of 2007 it provides service to over 2.4 million customers operating with an annual budget of almost $400 million Approximately 330 million gallons of water are drawn everyday from the Biscayne Aquifer for consumer use MDWASD has over 7,100 miles (11,400 km) of water lines a service area of 396 square miles (1,026 km2) and 14 pump stations MDWASD has over 3,600 miles (5,800 km) of sewage pipes a service area of 341 square miles (883 km2) and 954 pump stations! .