Schools & Divisions

Business and Economics

Student Organizations

The faculty of the School of Business and Economics recognize the importance of participation in extracurricular activities to academic success. To that end, a number or student organization exist at IU Northwest and several are within the School of Business and Economics. It is recommended that students take advantage of the opportunities available in order to deepen their knowledge in a particular subspecialty, develop a professional network, enhance teamwork and leadership skills, or strengthen career opportunities. 

Accounting and Business Student Organization (ABSO) Club

The IU Northwest ABSO maintains a close relationship with accounting and business students, alumni, faculty, and business professionals. Meetings include speakers from prominent businesses and accounting firms. Membership is open to all students.

American Marketing Association

The mission of the AMA is to provide students with valuable professional development opportunities in order to connect with knowledgeable business persons and resources in the field of marketing as well as gain experience in business operations, leadership, and teamwork in the hopes of laying the track for a promising career trajectory. We value honesty, work, and moral ethics, ambitions, professionalism, and care of community. Membership is open to all. 

Beta Gamma Sigma

Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student can receive in a baccalaureate or graduate program at a school accredited by AACSB. To be eligible for membership, undergraduate students must have an academic ranking placing them in the upper 10 percent of the junior or senior class. Graduate students must be placed within the upper 20 percent of the graduating class.

Dean's Leadership Council

The Dean's Leadership Council consists of members who have been inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma who are interested in further developing their leadership capability. The group meets monthly with the Dean to further explore topics related to leadership, serve as sounding board for various initiatives as well as each other, represent the student body to various groups such as advisory board, and provide input into program improvement.

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