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The Accounting Society improves the lives and career prospects of its members by promoting professional attitudes and behaviors, scholastic excellence, and a sense of loyalty and community.
The Accounting Society is the umbrella organization for all accounting-related clubs, including Beta Alpha Si (BAP), Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and Women of the School of Accountancy (WSOA), and provides complimentary and standalone activities with these clubs. The Society seeks to:
- Help freshmen and sophomores explore accounting as a major and potential career path
- Provide juniors with activities that provide avenues for socializing and networking
- Give seniors and MAcc students a venue to give back to the School of Accountancy through mentoring younger students
- Supply all students with information and professional connections that can help define future career options
Annual Dues: No Dues Required
ALPFA - Building Latino Business Leaders
The ALPFA BYU Chapter is an organization composed of students who embrace diversity, and who are interested in pursuing a career in finance, accounting, information systems, economics, statistics, or business. As the BYU Chapter of ALPFA, we are dedicated to providing students with opportunities to network with leading companies and to develop skills crucial in joining the professional world.
Annual Dues: $20.00/year
Association for Information Systems (AIS)
The Association for Information Systems (AIS) is a Marriott School student organization that expands student's knowledge of the Information Systems Industry, offering training on new and useful skills. By providing students with guidance in their school and career planning, the AIS keeps students informed and gives them a chance to build relationships, network, and have fun. The AIS is also dedicated to supporting recruiters in publicizing and organizing events.
The goal of AIS officers is to provide services to both students and the community by improving awareness of the Information Systems Industry. AIS is designed to be fully complimentary to the BS Information Systems and the Masters of Information Systems Management programs. AIS is the largest and most active club in the Marriott School of Management. Our membership consists of a significant majority of the Information Systems Program, as well as technology-savvy students from other programs in the school.
Members of AIS want to learn emerging technologies, network with prospective employers, and have fun.
Renewal Fee: Renewal
Initiation Fee: Lifetime Membership
Two Year Dues: $35.00/two years
Beta Alpha Psi
Founded in 1919, Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization for financial information students and professionals. More than three hundred chapters exist on college and university campuses, and more than 300,000 members have been initiated since Beta Alpha Psi’s formation. BYU operates as the Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.
The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) is to encourage and recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance, and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service, and association among members and practicing professionals; and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility. Students in Beta Alpha Psi:
- Contribute 800 minutes annually toward building their professional careers through attending networking dinners, interviews, BAP meetings, meet-the-firms events, and other professional events
- Contribute 800 minutes annually of participation in service activities including Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), Deloitte’s Sub for Santa, Habitat for Humanity, and other service events
Annual Dues: Annual Local Chapter Dues - $5/year (To pay National dues please contact a club officer)
Business Strategy Club
The purpose of the BSC is to provide real-world business experience, hard-skills, and networking, through premium case competitions and great support.
Semester Dues: $15/semester
Annual Dues: $20/year
BYU Finance Society
The BYU Finance Society is an organization that is dedicated to educating and preparing students for premier internship and full-time opportunities in the field of finance. Students from all majors are welcome to join. We have a track record of success in placing students in top positions in areas such as: investment banking, corporate finance, asset management, equity research, sales and trading, private banking, real estate, and more.
By joining the BYU Finance Society, members receive access to all of the following clubs:
- Investment Banking Club
- Corporate Finance Club
- Investing Club
- Real Estate Club
- Private Banking Club
- Private Equity/Venture Capital
- Women in Finance
- Business Valuation and Advisory Club
Each club provides resources for members and has experienced faculty advisors who have had successful careers in the industry. Members will have access to internship/full-time job postings, resume workshops, interview prep, career networking trips across the country, upper classmen mentors, technical training programs, and more! Join our club today and come learn about these exciting career opportunities!
Annual Dues: $30.00/year
BYU MBA Tech Society (MBATS)
The BYU MBA Tech Society is designed for graduate business students with an interest in the high tech industry. Focusing on the 'business of technology', the club promotes guest speakers, networking opportunities, company trips, and particularly provides hands-on business development to help prepare students for successful employment or entrepreneurship in this dynamic, fast-paced industry.
Annual Dues: $25
The Changemaker Club is the introductory club for undergrad students seeking involvement in social innovation and the Ballard Center. We believe that in order to solve important social issues we must first have a deep understanding of them. To help students achieve this understanding we provide:
- Monthly presentations by experts working to solve social problems.
- An opportunity to be involved in meaningful projects related to social innovation.
- A connection and entry point to other Ballard Center organizations.
Annual Dues: $15.00 annually
Chinese Business Club
The BYU Chinese Business Club (CBC) was established in 2009 as the first regionally focused club in the Marriott School. The mission of the CBC is to provide members a platform to develop network with Chinese business students in cultures and professional areas. Secondary goals include providing resources in job search and academic support. The CBC regularly holds forums & networking events exclusively for members.
Semester Dues: $15.00
Annual Dues: $20.00
Two Year Dues: $30.00
Entrepreneurship Club (eClub)
The BYU eClub is the flagship student entrepreneurship club on campus. The eClub helps students:
- Learn how to start a venture
- Build a student team
- Get connected with mentors, and other resources that will be helpful in starting a business
Every year, eClub members are made aware of dozens of internships and job opportunities at top start-ups across the country. The eClub also works closely with many other start-up related organizations across campus including the Venture Factory, Innovation Academy, and the Web Start-up Group.
As a member of the eClub, you will be invited to monthly networking meetings with these other organizations. In addition to networking, these monthly events are typically catered and feature a successful entrepreneur speaker. Join the eClub now to be able to participate in these unique opportunities!
Annual Dues: $20 for A Full Year's Membership
Experience Design Society (EDS)
Prepare club members to acquire careers and/or internships in experience design and management.
- Create vision of career goals by having professionals in the experience design and management field speak to club, take tours of venues, and informational meetings.
- Network with peers, potential employers, and professionals. In addition, creating a mentoring program.
- Improve resume and interviewing skills through workshops and mock interviews.
- Gain hands on experience through obtaining internship(s) and planning events.
Areas of Focus:
- Corporate Events
- Sports Entertainment
Annual Dues: $20.00
Global Management Student Association (GMSA)
"We're Opening Doors for Future Business Leaders"
The objectives of the GMSA are:
- To provide students with international business exposure
- To build awareness about important global events and possible international business professions
- To promote an understanding of our role in the world
- To provide students with a chance to interact with other students with the same interests
- To provide service opportunities
- To promote international business curriculum at BYU
- To establish positive relationships with business professionals, faculty, and peers
Annual Dues: $20.00/year
Global Supply Chain Association
The Undergraduate Global Supply Chain Association is your link into a professional world teeming with opportunity. If you are interested in Quality Management, Transportation and Logistics, Operations, Strategy, Procurement, or Statistical Analysis, this is the club for you. Supply Chain professionals are being demanded in every industry and BYU is creating a name for itself for having top performers in Supply Chain. We have consistently been one of the top schools for Supply Chain Management and are expanding to become the best. Come grow with us and have the opportunity to get the job you want.
Note: This club is intended for undergraduate students. MBA and other graduate students are encouraged to join the Graduate Supply Chain and Operations Association.
Semester Dues: $15/semester
Annual Dues: $20/year
Two Year Dues: $17.50/year
Graduate Entrepreneur Association
The Graduate Entrepreneur Association (GEA) provides graduate students with the requisite resources and tools to start, acquire, or join a high-growth start-up company. Many club members aspire to have an ownership position in a company upon graduation. Other members hope to gain the skills necessary to one day step into an entrepreneurial role. And a third group of members hope to hold an entrepreneurial role within a larger company (intrapreneurship). Instruction will be provided to coach members and help them acquire the necessary entrepreneurial skills regardless of which path they plan to follow. Ultimately, the club strives to provide support and reduce the risk for students who are taking an unconventional path to business out of graduate school.
Annual Dues: $40.00. Workshops, swag, parties, networking events, and much more.
Two Year Dues: $70. Save $10
Graduate Finance Association
In addition to promoting the mission of BYU and the Marriott School, the primary mission of the Graduate Finance Association is to better prepare graduate school candidates to interview for and accept positions in the field of finance. The Association will offer valuable skill-building workshops, lectures from practitioners in the field of finance and also work with Career Services to increase our member's marketability in their career placement efforts. We recognize the unique expectations that employers have for recruits at the graduate level as well as the fact that MBA, MOB, MAcc, MISM, and MPA students have very demanding class and recruiting schedules. Therefore, the Graduate Finance Association will be a focused organization with clear objectives and limited but value-added activities and functions.
Annual Dues: $50 Renewal or One Year
Two Year Dues: $80 Two Year Membership
Graduate Real Estate Association
*Graduate Students Only.*
The Graduate Real Estate Association (GREA) is focused on preparing members for personal real estate investing and placement in careers within the real estate industry. We will tour construction sites, meet local executives and investors, attend local government meetings, and learn from industry experts. We welcome JD, MAcc, MPA, and MBA students who want to network across disciplines..
Annual Dues: $50
Graduate Supply Chain and Operations Association
SCOA is dedicated to furthering knowledge and opportunities at BYU in the area of Global Supply Chain Management for graduate students.
Annual Dues: $30.00/year
Two Year Dues: $30/year
Graduates for Social Innovation
Graduates for Social Innovation (GSI) is a club designed to connect graduate students with the Ballard Center and the social innovation space in general. The vision for GSI includes:
•Work in a collaborative interdisciplinary environment to come up with innovative solutions to real organizational case studies.
•Gain experience interacting with people of different backgrounds and learn to appreciate varying perspectives.
•Utilize the principles of nominal group technique (i.e. think-tank approach) and design thinking to solve complex issues.
•Have fun using our expertise to hopefully add value to the organizations we help.
Semester Dues: $15-Food
Annual Dues: $25-Food
Healthcare Industry Association
Provide an opportunity for Marriott School Graduate students to gain exposure to healthcare careers, current events, and networking opportunities. Also, the club is supplemental to the new Healthcare Industry Scholar, though, a student does not need to pursue the HIS to join the HIA.
Annual Dues: $25.00/year
Healthcare Management Association
BYU Healthcare Management Association is devoted to discovering and cultivating passionate student-leaders and preparing them for an impactful career within the healthcare industry.
Semester Dues: $20.00/semester
Annual Dues: $25.00/year
Human Resources Student Association (HRSA)
This club is for current MBA students only. The HRSA is a powerful tool that provides members with opportunities to build valuable relationships with students that share similar professional goals, a vast network of involved alumni, exceptional faculty, and recruiters from top companies seeking future leaders in the HR and OB fields.
Annual Dues: $50.00 per year
Institute of Management Accountants - BYU Chapter
The BYU chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) started in 2012 and is an organization for business, accounting, and finance students interested in jobs and opportunities in corporate finance.
The BYU chapter of the IMA assists students in learning about corporate finance and internal accounting methods. IMA objectives include:
- Building peer networks of professional relationships
- Providing a platform for students to develop business and life skills
- Creating an environment where students can learn about and prepare for career opportunities in business
- Offering events and activities through which members can impact their community
- Helping students prepare for and obtain the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) certification
Annual Dues: Does not include national membership
International Graduate Student Association (IGSA)
The International Graduate Student Association (IGSA) works to help international graduate students at MSM, as well as their families, to build meaningful connections and effectively adjust to the BYU environment. IGSA also helps all MSM students to learn more about different countries by getting better acquainted with MSM graduate international students and their experience.
Annual Dues: $10.00/year
Korean Business Students Association
Our purpose is to build a business community between current Korean business major students and also Korean BYU business graduates. With an absence of a strong network among the Korean business students and alumni at BYU, KBSA strives to connect those two parties and reach out to those who are residing in Korea after graduation. By creating common business community between Korean students, KBSA expects to benefit current students, BYU graduates in Korea and the U.S., and prospective students.
Semester Dues: $10/Semester
Annual Dues: $20/Annual
Management Consulting Club
Management Consulting, in its simplest terms, is an industry of hired problem-solvers. Consultants gain valuable experience working with the most difficult problems facing business executives. Management consultants are also well paid, enjoy interesting work, and have extremely high acceptance rates into top-level business schools.
Joining the Management Consulting Club (MCC) is a no-brainer if you are considering a career in management consulting. When it comes to getting a job in this highly competitive field, you really need all the help you can get. If you join the MCC and utilize the resources at your fingertips you will give yourself a huge competitive advantage over the hundreds of BYU students who apply each year for positions with consulting firms.
Here are just a few of the benefits of MCC membership:
- A large network of current students/alumni in the consulting field Weekly meetings in which you can learn skills that will help you in recruiting
- Dozens of documents and videos prepared by current/former consultants and alumni of BYU that teach recruiting tips
- A roster of over 300 other members who can help you prepare for recruiting
- Opportunities to have your resume reviewed by current/former consultants and club leaders
- Hundreds of pages of case books and practice case interviews
- An opportunity to attend a yearly networking event to travel and visit consulting offices
- A legitimate organization on your resume
- Access to many events with firms, including MCC-only info sessions
- Opportunities for leadership positions within the club
To learn more about the MCC and more about the "one of the best paid professions for recent grads of all disciplines" (Vault.com) go to mcc.byu.edu.
Our goal is to provide you with a superior marketing skill set, a nurtured professional network, and experience that will set you apart from your peers. Your invaluable membership in this association provides incredible opportunities for your future. Join Now! Why should I join the Undergraduate Marketing Association? Experience hands-on marketing, not just a line on your resume Interact with marketing professionals and recruiters Compete with your peers in marketing events Set yourself apart from the rest What's going on this year?
- Marketing case competitions
- Face-to-face meetings with marketing executives
- New technology and marketing workshops
Annual Dues: $20.00 / year
Masters of Public Administration Association (MPAA)
The MPAA seeks to help students learn, fellowship, and help one another succeed. This year we plan to fulfill that mission through the following activities:
- Service Opportunities
- Religion Seminar
- Social Activities
- Mentoring Program
- Networking Opportunities
- Job and Internship Finding
Annual Dues: $35.00 for fall and winter semester
MBA Analytics Club
The MBA Analytics Club has three main objectives:
- To provide knowledge, training, and support to BYU MBA students in all fields and industries on the analytical processes and tools that are available to help them make business and management decisions. This includes providing knowledge, training, and support in the analytic processes and tools that are specific to the various MBA and Graduate clubs with which BYU MBA students are affiliated. We intend to increase all BYU MBA students' analytic abilities regardless of their prior levels of involvement in analytics or statistics.
- To provide opportunities and networks for BYU MBA students with companies, experts, and other professionals in the forefront of the big data analytics movement.
- To ensure that the BYU MBA brand is recognized as a leader in analytical management.
Two Year Dues: Bi-Annual Dues
The MBA Student Association (MBAA) is an organization developed and run by students to provide both social and business related extracurricular activities. In the past, the MBAA has sponsored seminars by nationally known business professionals, firesides by prominent LDS Church authorities, community service projects, barbecues, sports and cultural activities, dinners, and other events. The most important activities of the MBAA relate to student involvement in promoting excellence in the program. Second year students head up the committees comprised of both first and second year elected individuals. All committees make valuable contributions within the MBAA and to the MBA community as a whole.
Two Year Dues: $100 ($50.00 per year)
MBA Marketing Association
Our mission is to increase the value of the BYU Marketing MBA by building a program and a brand that are respected for exceptional analytical skills coupled with effective marketing creativity. We fulfill our mission through the following four objectives: Job Placement, Industry Relations, Student Recruitment, and Program Enhancement.
Annual Dues: $60 Renewal for One Year
Two Year Dues: $100 Two Year Membership (Best Option)
MBA Strategy and Consulting Club
The MBA Strategy & Consulting Club is for all Marriott School MBA students with an interest in management consulting and corporate strategy, or for those who just want some help prepping for case interviews. MBASCC is designed to expose students to the opportunities available in strategy and consulting through speakers, field trips, group discussions, networking and competitions. This club also provides essential training and support for those seeking a career in strategy or consulting, but is also great for those who merely desire to know more about these roles. One of the primary advantages to the club is the opportunity to prepare for case interviews—a core part of the recruiting process.
Annual Dues: Annual Dues
Two Year Dues: Two-Year Dues
Nonprofit Management Student Association
The Nonprofit Management Student Association provides members of the BYU Nonprofit Minor support and access to resources critical to reaching graduation and employment in the third sector. These resources include:
- Annual Alliance Management Institute preparation and attendance.
- Winter Semester lecture series.
- Regular club activities and newsletters providing access to many different nonprofit oriented events around campus and the community.
- Access to past interns and graduates.
Initiation Fee: Joining fee
Pre-Business Student Association
The Pre-Business Student Association (PBSA) prepares pre-management students to enter the BYU Marriott School of Business ready to excel in their academic efforts and future recruiting endeavors.
PreMa enables students to explore various majors and clubs, develop the professional skills needed in recruiting and internships, become a competitive applicant to BYU Marriott programs.
PreMa connects pre-management students with key resources that facilitate successful preparation for the business school. These resources include:
- Professional skills development
- Internship postings / job boards
- Résumé reviews
- Mock interviews
- Speaker series
- Networking events
Product Management Association
Promote product management and prepare students for successful product management careers.
- Help members land PM internships & jobs by disseminating information, preparing for interviews, and sharing company specific expertise
- Develop student PM expertise via project-based experiential learning, training events, guest speakers, and online study material
- Develop meaningful relationships with established product managers and other students
- Increase awareness of careers in product management
Annual Dues: $30 for 1 year: dues are used to help members become product managers.
Two Year Dues: $50 for 2 years: dues are used to help members become product managers.
Society for Human Resource Management
As a student affiliate chapter of the National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), BYU SHRM is committed to provide students with opportunities and resources that will prepare them to become quality HR professionals and leaders.
Club Activities and Resources Include:
- Opportunity to network with HR professionals
- Build HR competency through workshops, conferences, and SHRM coaching sessions
- Access to on-campus recruiting efforts from great companies
- Career-focused mentoring that builds resume, interview skills, and elevator pitches
The club welcomes all students that have an interest in Human Resources!
SHRM is about leading people and leading organizations. Take advantage and join today!
Semester Dues: $12/per semester
Annual Dues: $20/year
Therapeutic Recreation Club
The Brigham Young University Therapeutic Recreation Club's mission is to provide necessary services and opportunities for BYU Recreational Management and Youth Leadership: Therapeutic Recreation majors to help them further their individual learning experiences, expand their career networks for the future, and prepare them for upcoming internships, careers, and graduate school by exposing them to real-world experience through volunteer work and speaking with and hearing from TR professionals. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Semester Dues: $15.00
Annual Dues: $20.00
Women in Business (Undergraduate)
Join the Women in Business Club today:
- Determine how to build a successful, flexible, balanced career
- Meet and learn from successful female executives and faculty
- Find out about recruitment opportunities targeted for women
- Be mentored on how to secure and prepare for internships and jobs
- Gain essential life skills to pursue your passions and dreams
- Participate in leadership and service opportunities
- Interact with other women who have similar interests and have FUN!
Women in Business Club Mission Statement:
LIVE Your Best: Learn, Interact, Value, Excel
- Learn essential life skills
- Interact with other women and professionals
- Value the pursuit of your dreams
- Excel in your life's work
Semester Dues: $15.00
Annual Dues: $20.00
Two Year Dues: $35.00
Women in Management (Graduate)
WIM's mission is to provide professional development, networking opportunities, and support for women in the MBA program, preparing them to make meaningful contributions in their future careers and to successfully manage the unique challenges and opportunities of being women in the business world. We're looking forward to a great year in 2018-19. We invite you to join us and build great relationships with MBA and Marriott School classmates.
Annual Dues: $30.00/year
Two Year Dues: $55.00/ 2 years
Women of the School of Accountancy
Women of the School of Accountancy (WSOA) is a student-led, faculty-directed club that connects female accounting students, professors, and alumnae.
WSOA enables women to improve themselves and their families, workplaces, and communities with the skills gained in the School of Accountancy by:
- Educating women in the School of Accountancy about accounting-related opportunities to increase the number of qualified applicants and entrants
- Facilitating the success of women in the School of Accountancy
- Providing women in the School of Accountancy with career options tailored to their individual needs
- Connecting current and past women in the School of Accountancy with an alumnae network