USF 2004-2005 Undergraduate Catalog - Pages 131 - 132
All students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. The following organizations provide a means for students to develop both professionally and socially while attending the College of Business Administration.
Alpha Kappa Psi - Provides a forum for leadership development in preparation for careers in all areas of business, Alpha Kappa Psi is a progressive, coed, professional business fraternity.
Association of Marketing Students – As a collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association, this organization will help to further the growth of business oriented individuals within the field of marketing.
Beta Alpha Psi - The national professional accounting fraternity devoted to the promotion of the profession, inspiring professional ideals, and recognizing academic achievement.
Beta Gamma Sigma – An honor society that encourages and rewards outstanding scholarship among business students.
Business College Council - Student representatives advise the dean and the faculty on student attitudes and goals. Also, the Council acts as a liaison between the Student Government Association and the College of Business Administration.
Collegiate Economics Organization - To promote and develop the applications of economic concepts within the student body and provide a social basis for interaction.
Delta Sigma Pi - Fosters the study of business and a close association between students and the business world.
International Business Board - Promotes interest in international business, provides professional and cultural programs, and encourages dialogue regarding opportunities for study and work abroad.
Management Information Systems Society - The MIS Society is a career oriented organization focusing on all areas of business data management and information systems development.
Minority Business Association - Encourages and supports students in their efforts to achieve success in a demanding academic setting.
National Association of Black Accountants - Develops, encourages, and serves as a resource for greater participation by African-Americans and other minorities in the accounting and finance professions.
Omicron Delta Epsilon - The international economics society promoting outstanding achievements in economics and the establishment of closer ties between students and faculty.
Student Accounting and Business Organization - Promotes professionalism in accounting and other business disciplines. (St. Petersburg Campus)
Student Finance Association - An organization for finance majors and other business-oriented students that provides exposure to the many facets and opportunities in the field of finance.
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Office of Undergraduate Studies
Effective Date: Semester I, 2004