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  • Baylor Economists (BE)
    Baylor Economists (BE) is an organization that promotes student interest in all aspects of economics while integrating the Baylor economics faculty and undergraduate/graduate students who study economics. The goals of BE are (1)to promote economics on the Baylor campus, (2)to give students who are economics majors/minors or who are interested in economics an opportunity to be involved outside of the classroom, (3)to take field trips to various economic or business organizations in order to make contacts and gain experience, and (4)to host guest speakers from the economics industry for the benefit of the student body and the organization. Membership is open.
  • Delta Sigma Pi
    Beta Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity open to all qualified business students. Professionalism is the theme that permeates the organization. All activities are aimed at fostering and developing future business leaders. Guest speakers, field trips, company visits, and charitable and fund-raising projects allow interested students ample opportunity to use and apply the business concepts taught them in the classroom.
  • International Business Association
    The International Business Association was organized in 1990 to promote interaction between students of all disciplines who are interested in international business. The association invites international speakers and provides opportunities for students to network on international topics. Membership is open to all University students, undergraduate and graduate.
  • Phi Beta Lambda
    Phi Beta Lambda is a national professional business organization committed to developing assertive business and civic leadership. Emphasis is placed on working directly with prominent businessmen, promoting awareness in private enterprise, and on gaining recognition for the Hankamer School of Business. Additional activities include competing in state and national business events (i.e., accounting, economics, business administration, extemporaneous speaking, business law, and data processing), attending seminars on personal development, and working with students from other universities. Membership is open to anyone who desires a practical business learning experience and who maintains a 2.5 grade point average.
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