Business Honor Society
DELTA MU DELTA
The Anderson University Falls School of Business sponsors the Gamma Zeta Chapter of Delta Mu Delta. Delta Mu Delta is an international society established to recognize and reward superior scholastic achievement. This honor is available to business majors who meet the following guidelines:
- completed 62 credit hours of work toward your degree
- required cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above
- the required cumulative GPA must put you in the top 20 percent of your college class
Membership eligibility will be determined after the fall semester grades are released, and induction into the local chapter will occur at the Falls School of Business banquet in April.
For more information, contact Dr. Doyle Lucas at (765) 641-4367 or at email@example.com.
Dr. Jerry Fox is the director for the program and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits students can receive by joining are; leadership positions with scholarships, fulfill a liberal arts credit, opportunity to travel, interact with Fortune 500 companies at career fairs, and experience will boost a resume.
Thanks to our sponsors:
Madison County Corporation for Economic Development
Track Technology Systems, Inc
International Business Institute (IBI)
The IBI Program may be taken to satisfy some requirements for the global business major, the global business minor, the global business concentration in the management major, or the global marketing concentration in the marketing major.
The IBI Program courses are:
- Comparative Economic Systems — ECON 3250
- International Trade and Finance — BSNS 4170
- Global Marketing — BSNS 4250
- Global Business Strategy — BSNS 4450
Contact Dr. Jerry Fox for additional information.
Marketing Advisory Board
Consisting of 13-15 members, MAB represents a wide range of marketing jobs and organizations. The MAB serves as a contact point for students seeking internships and full-time jobs. They also provide mentoring relationships with students.
Annually, the MAB visits campus to review the marketing portfolios of the class ready to graduate.
Raven Investment Fund
Imagine being a student who is responsible to manage a real account. Your team will be making trades that impact the endowment of the university.
Students enrolled in BSNS 4150 (Investments), BSNS 4160 (Portfolio Management), and BSNS 6550 (Accounting and Financial Management in the International Economy) manage real dollar investments and earn academic credit.
The Raven Fund has outperformed the S & P 500 benchmark since the funds inception in 2007. In fact, the Raven Fund has been awarded first place in the core-style portfolio competition in the undergraduate division at the Redefining Investment Strategy Education conference. This accomplishment was reported nationally via news media including FUNDfire, A Financial Times Service.
TAPP stands for Tumaini (“hope”) AIDS Prevention Program. It is a holistic care project that seeks solidarity with those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. It provides training, home-based care, income-generating projects, education, and social support to Ugandan communities.
Contact us at email@example.com
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
These services make it possible for residents to get their taxes done at no charge and provides an excellent practical experience for accounting and other business students. VITA is available one night a week during the spring semester through April 15.
For more details, including how to schedule an appointment, see the IRS website.
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Discover who you’re
meant to be.
Come see why the Anderson University Falls School of Business is considered a premier business program within the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU)—or any other collegiate business program, for that matter.