Alpha Iota Delta Honors Society
The purposes of the Delta Mu Chapter are to confer distinction for academic excellence in the decision sciences and computer information systems; promote the infusion of the functional and behavioral areas of administration with the tools, concepts, and methodologies of the decision sciences and computer information systems; and promote professional fellowship among students, faculty, and administrators who share a common interest in the development of decision sciences and computer information systems.
- There are five classes of membership: undergraduate students; graduate students; members of the faculty, research and administrative staff; chapter alumni; and honorary.
- To be eligible for election as an undergraduate student, the nominee must have completed four (4) decision sciences and computer information systems courses with a minimum 3.3 grade average, have a demonstrated commitment to service, have high ethical and moral standards, and have maintained either a minimum cumulative grade average of 3.5 through the junior year or a minimum cumulative grade average of 3.25 through the senior year. Transfer students who meet the qualifications may be inducted after they have completed a minimum of 30 hours at the University of Detroit Mercy.
- To be eligible for election as a graduate student, the nominee must have completed four (4) decision sciences and computer information systems courses with a minimum 3.5 grade average, have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, have a demonstrated commitment to service, and have high ethical and moral standards.
Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society
Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society recognizing the outstanding academic achievements of students enrolled in collegiate business and management programs accredited by AACSB - The International Association for Management Education. This is a select group: of over 1,400 educational institutions in North America offering business and management degrees, only 335 are eligible to have Beta Gamma Sigma Chapters. The College of Business Administration of the University of Detroit Mercy is one of the select schools.
To be eligible for Beta Gamma Sigma membership, a student must rank in the top:
- Seven percent of his or her junior class, the top 10 percent of his or her senior class
- Twenty percent of those receiving master's degrees.
Omid Sabbaghi, Ph.D.
Interational Site of Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Alpha Psi Honors Society
Beta Alpha Psi is a National Accounting Fraternity that give recognition to professional and scholastic excellence and provides opportunities for interaction among members and participating accountants. Chapters may be chartered only in those schools of business and management accredited by the AACSB - The International Association for Management Education.
Membership is restricted to accounting students of junior and senior status who have maintained superior grade point averages in the study of accounting.
Global Jesuit Business Student Association Honors Society
The purposes of the GJBSA Honor Society are to confer distinction for academic excellence upon students attending Jesuit business schools and to encourage their pursuit of lifelong education; to acknowledge and promote a spirit of community involvement among its members; to promote and encourage ethical and socially responsible business practices among its members and in the global business community; and to act as a catalyst for the advancement of business thought and theory. For more information about the GJBSA Honor Society, see their web site at Global Jesuit Business Student Association.
Student Advisory Board
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) provides a forum for students to discuss concerns about, voice opinions regarding, and influence the college of Business Administration. SAB provides an opportunity to directly affect the quality and nature of their education both today and in the future.
The SAB bears in mind the University of Detroit Mercy tradition of emphasizing concern for the dignity of the person and for the common good of the world community, through the promotion of intellectual, spiritual, and personal development.