Honorary and Professional Organizations

The School seeks to improve the quality of its programs and provide educational development opportunities for its students through its honorary and professional organizations.

Beta Gamma Sigma, the national scholarship society founded in 1913 to encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among students of business administration, has an active chapter at Miami University. Eligibility for election is restricted to the upper 7 percent of the junior class and the upper 10 percent of the senior class.

Alpha Iota Delta is a national decision sciences honorary that elects its members on the basis of scholastic achievement. Alpha Mu Alpha is a national marketing honorary that elects its members on the basis of scholastic achievement.

Beta Alpha Psi is a national accounting honorary that elects its members on the basis of scholastic achievement in accountancy courses. Omicron Delta Epsilon is a national economics honorary that elects its members on the basis of scholastic achievement in economics courses.

Students also are encouraged to participate in student professional organizations, which include: AIESEC in the international field; Alpha Kappa Psi; Alpha Upsilon chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a professional business fraternity; Association for Information Systems (AIS), Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program; Business Student Advisory Committee (BSAC); China-American Business Organization (CABO); Economics Club; Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA); Farmer School Ambassador Program, Miami Business Consulting; Miami Finance Association; Miami Business Enterprises; Global Business Brigades; Miami University Investment Banking Club; Miami University Student and Alumni Credit Union; Miami University Student Venture Fund; Mu Kappa tau; Multicultural Business Student Network; Phi Gamma Nu, Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional fraternity in marketing, sales management, and selling; Society for Human Resources Management; Supply Chain Management Association, Toastmasters, and Women in Business.

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