The AUM College of Business prepares diverse, ethical business leaders through an engaged educational experience paired with collaborative research and service.

Clubs and Organizations

 

The College of Business Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors are an elite group of outstanding students selected to participate in the extracurricular activities of the school. Students are selected from the Dean’s list and must maintain a 3.2 accumulative GPA based on full time study.

Advisor: Dr. Kimberly Johnson, 244-3398

 

The Freshman Advisory Board

A group of freshman who volunteer to work with the Dean’s Office on issues important to the student body.  The members of the Freshman Advisory Board serve as student liaisons with the College of Business administration and work on a group project to enhance the College of Business and better serve the student body.

Advisor: Dr. Kimberly Johnson, 244-3398

 

Accounting Club

The Accounting Club provides an association for students who are interested in an accounting profession. The purpose of the club is to encourage the pursuit of academic achievement in accounting studies as well as to provide an opportunity to learn from professionals about the many careers offered to graduates with this major.

Advisor: Haley Dyer, 244-3136, accountingclub@aum.edu

 

AUM Investment Club

The AUM Investment Club cultivates the learning environment where students apply what they’ve learned from various business courses for investment purposes.

The club’s philosophy is that anyone can be a better investor when he/she knows how different businesses work. Members learn different tools for investments and share what they know about different businesses at weekly meetings. In addition, they have a chance to be selected to participate in G.A.M.E. (an investment forum in New York in late March each year) and CFA Institute Research challenge.

Advisor: Dr. Tewhan Hahn, 244-3231


Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society

This honor society recognizes the scholastic achievements of the top ten percent of the senior class, and top twenty percent of master’s degree graduates. Membership is often a factor in hiring and promotions.

Advisor: Dr. Rhea Ingram, 244-3479

Delta Epsilon Kappa Honor Society

This honor society, specifically for accounting students, encourages the pursuit of academic excellence and scholarly achievement by its members. The club also recognizes distinguished personal achievements in accounting by faculty, alumni and others. To be eligible, students must have a minimum 2.75 overall GPA and a 3.0 accounting GPA. Students elected to membership shall have completed at least five accounting courses including a first course in intermediate accounting.

Advisor: Dr. Keren Deal, 244-3971

Information Systems Club

The IS Club provides an association for students actively interested in Information Systems, Mathematics/Computer Science, and Master of Business Administration/Information Systems. One of the club’s goals is to develop a better understanding of the nature and functions of information systems and decision science.

Advisor: Wendy Futral, 244-3977

Marketing Club

The Marketing Club provides students with various opportunities to connect with the business world and to build leadership skills. Students and faculty collaborate to provide networking and social events, guest speakers, field trips and more. Join the Marketing Club and make the world your classroom!

Advisor:  Dr. Mahmoud Darrat, 244-3215

Mu Kappa Tau Honor Society

This honor society, specifically for marketing students, recognizes and encourages individuals seeking a life-long commitment to the field of Marketing. Upholding the principles of motivation, knowledge, and truthfulness.  

Advisor: Dr. Jeff Periatt, 244-3245 

 

Society for Human Resources Management

SHRM acquaints students with HRM, and keeps students up-to-date on new developments in the field of HRM. The club’s mission is to develop a nucleus of truly professional human resource managers for the future.

Advisor: Dr. Mary Kiker, 244-3517