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Honor Societies

  • Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society
  • Financial Management Association International

National Honor Society

Honor Society

Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society in business administration. Its purpose is to promote higher scholarship in the training for business and to recognize and reward scholastic attainment in business subjects.

To be eligible for membership, students must be registered in a business administration program in the School of Business; have completed at least half of the work required for the degree; have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or better; be in the top 20 percent of their class; and be in good standing.

Delta Mu Delta
International Honor Society in Business
New Member Selection Process

A. Election Procedures
1.Printout is ordered from the Registrar’s Office of students who meet the DMD membership qualifications as defined by Article XI of the National Chapter Bylaws:

2.All candidates for inducted membership in a local chapter must be approved scholastically, in writing, by the chief academic officer of the business unit and must be elected to membership by the members of the local chapter.

B. Eligibility Rules
The degree in Business Administration, however it is called, is the basic criterion for membership. Thus, students taking business courses with the purpose of completing degrees in other departments would not be eligible. Questionable programs of study may be referred to the Central Office for judgment.

1. Membership is accorded undergraduates and graduates who are registered in programs of business administration. Undergraduates must:

a) Be candidates for the Baccalaureate Degree in Business;

b) Have completed at least half the credits required for the degree;

c) Have a cumulative average grade of .2 above a “B” or better;

d) Be in the top 20 percent of their college class; and

e) Be of good standing.

2.Graduate students must have completed at least half the requirements for the graduate degree with a cumulative average grade of .25 above a “B” or better. Local chapters may require higher standards by amendment of their bylaws and notification to Central Office.


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Financial Management Association International
National Honor Society

Honor Society

What is the FMA National Honor Society? The FMA National Honor Society is the only National Honor Society specifically for finance students. It was founded in 1974 by FMA International. The FMA National Honor Society provides a way to recognize your best finance students for their academic achievements. By induction into the FMA National Honor Society, students have a means of demonstrating their academic excellence to potential employers. This honor helps set them apart from other students when pursuing their career. Through the FMA National Honor Society, students who meet the requirements for membership – i.e., those who meet or exceed the minimum GPA and have completed the required coursework – are recognized for their academic achievement with:

■A personalized FMA National Honor Society certificate/scroll FMA National Honor Society lapel pin Recognition on FMA’s student chapter website
■Option to purchase a FMA National Honor Society sash for graduation

Please note that the scrolls and pins are ideal to present to students during formal induction ceremonies or at honor convocations.

Eligibility Requirements

The minimum qualifications for membership are established by FMA International. Individual chapters may set higher standards if appropriate. The faculty advisor’s signature (on the student membership application) is required for proof that requirements have been met.

Undergraduate
■3.25 Overall GPA OR 3.25 GPA in finance and/or finance-related coursework AND Successful completion of six (6) hours of finance and finance-related coursework
■Junior or senior class standing

Graduate (MBA)
■3.50 Overall GPA OR 3.50 GPA in finance and/or finance-related coursework AND
■Successful completion of one half of required coursework