Business Student Organizations
Visit the headquarters of top organizations around the world. Compete and win international competitions. Manage multimillion-dollar portfolios. Make lifelong connections.
Do all this and more when you join a student organization within the College of Business Administration.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional co-ed business fraternity with the purpose of developing its members into principled business leaders. Our members seek to fine-tune their networking, interviewing, and leadership skills. Our extensive alumni network provides our members with ample opportunities to succeed in business.
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Business Professionals of America
Business Professionals of America (BPA) is a national career and technical student organization that empowers student leaders to discover their passion and change the world by creating unmatched opportunities in learning, professional growth, and service. Members of the CMU chapter attend two competitive conferences, the state conference, and the BPA National Conference.
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Collegiate DECA invites students from all majors to explore different areas in business. Join in on networking with professionals and workshops for resume building, interview skills, and professional dress. As a DECA member, you will compete at Michigan's State Career Development Conference which covers marketing, business management, hospitality, finance, accounting, and entrepreneurship. Students who place at SCDC are eligible to compete at the International Career Development Conference.
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Phi Chi Theta
Phi Chi Theta is a coed professional business fraternity offering an array of professional events and opportunities. Each year we host a business etiquette dinner that brings in several companies for students to network with. Members also participate in in-state and out-of-state business trips, resume workshops, and several other events. Our goal is the achievement of higher business education for anyone pursuing a career in business.
Society of Women in Business
Wall Street Journal Club
The Wall Street Journal Club meets every Monday and Wednesday morning to read the Journal and discuss the current events. Every meeting we feature guests from various positions within the financial and business world.
Beta Alpha Psi
National Association of Black Accountants
The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) aims to diversify the College of Business Administration and provide the business leaders of the future with leadership opportunities. We equip students for cultural, academic, and professional responsibility and success. All ethnicities and majors are welcome to join and attend NABA meetings.
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Finance & Law
Central Finance Club
Central Finance Club provides investment workshops, presentations from industry leaders, and seminars to prepare students for a career in finance. We try to expose members to a variety of speakers from different areas of finance.
Future Financial Advisor Association
Future Financial Advisor Association is open to all students with an interest in financial planning. Our purpose is to help prepare students for a career in personal financial planning through employer interaction, guest speakers, competitions, conferences, symposiums, and other industry events.
Phi Alpha Delta
Professional Real Estate Society
The Professional Real Estate Society (PRES) organizes speaker series, provides networking opportunities and helps expose you to the many careers in real estate bridging accounting, communications, information systems, law, finance, marketing and management.
The Cybersecurity Club prepares students for a career in cybersecurity through discussions about recent breaches, exploits, and vulnerabilities. We also organize active labs so that members can learn how to use security tools.
SAP Student User Group
SAP University Alliance Student User Group (SAP-SUG) is one of the largest student organizations in the College of Business Administration. SAP SUG offers TS410 study sessions and opportunities to network with employers who are seeking students interested in a career in SAP.
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Marketing & Hospitality
Central Marketing Society
Central Marketing Society (CMS) attracts students of all majors with an emphasis on marketing majors. Members participate in professional development, fundraisers, volunteer at campus activities, and participate in weekly corporate speaker lectures and recruitment events. Each semester, the executive board organizes a trip for a group of 40 members to visit major companies in locations such as Toronto, Cleveland, and Chicago.
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Hospitality and Tourism Association
Hospitality and Tourism Association (HTA) is designed to support students with an interest in the hospitality industry as well as interests in marketing, human resources, event planning, sales, and more. The organization conducts workshops, sponsors guest speakers, and organizes tours of sites within the industry.
Logistics Management Council Honor Society
Logistics Management Council Honor Society provides opportunities for students to gain an understanding of the logistics process through professional mentorship and partition in consulting projects for major corporations. Benefits of the organization include the Council of Logistics Management (CLM) National Conference and local CLM roundtables, where students experience seminars, speeches and networking.
Pi Sigma Epsilon
Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is a coed professional sales, marketing and management fraternity that supports members in regional and national sales competitions and sales projects.
Supply Chain Management Association
Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) provides networking opportunities and practical experiences that benefit students entering the field of logistics and supply chain management. SCMA provides student-led events including speakers from major Fortune 500 companies, tours of regional operations, resume boot camps, and networking events with over 50 different corporate partners. In addition to these activities, members' resumes are posted on a nationally recognized list for employers.
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