We encourage students to complete an internship for course credit during their junior or senior year. Although students are responsible for finding the internship, our internship coordinators are here to help.
- Schlief School of Accountancy: Dr. Nikki Shoemaker
- Department of Business Communication and Legal Studies: Dr. Carol Wright
- Department of Economics and Finance: Dr. Mikhail Kouliavtsev
- Department of Management and Marketing: MgtMkt@sfasu.edu
Honor societies and student organizations help students foster business relationships and friendships that extend long after graduation. The Rusche College of Business offers 12 such organizations and societies:
Beta Alpha Psi - an honorary and professional accounting fraternity for undergraduate and graduate students, open to accounting, finance, and information systems majors. Visit the Schlief School of Accounting for more information.
Beta Gamma Sigma - the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International. Email MgtMkt@sfasu.edu for more information.
Epsilon Chi Omicron - the international business honor fraternity, open to international business majors and minors. Email MgtMkt@sfasu.edu for more information.
Mu Kappa Tau - an honor fraternity for marketing students. Email MgtMkt@sfasu.edu for more information.
Sigma Iota Epsilon - a national honor fraternity for management majors. Email MgtMkt@sfasu.edu for more information.
Accounting Club - open to all majors interested in accounting, acts as a medium between professionals, instructors and students. Visit the Schlief School of Accounting for more information.
American Marketing Association - a national organization and resource for marketers. Visit the Department of Management and Marketing for more information.
Economics Reading Group - a literature discussion club open to all students interested in discussing readings on topics related to economics. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Phi Alpha Kappa - promotes financial literacy, the formation of a network between current students and alumni in the financial sectors, and extracurricular interaction between faculty and students. Open to all majors. Visit the Department of Economics and Finance for more information.
FBLA Collegiate, formerly Phi Beta Lambda - a professional business organization that teaches business and leadership skills. Visit the Department of Business Communication and Legal Studies for more information.
Sports Business Society - an organization open to all majors that aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of its members about the sports industry through conferences, case competitions, guest speakers and internship opportunities. Visit the Department of Management and Marketing for more information.
Society for Advancement of Management - a nonprofit organization to build and share management ideas. Visit the Department of Management and Marketing for more information.
Society for Entrepreneurial Advancement - Open to all majors, this organization helps students collaborate to build entrepreneurial spirit across campus. For more information, visit the Greg Arnold Center for Entrepreneurship.
Student Advisory Council - a liaison between Rusche College of Business students and SFA faculty, staff and administration. Email email@example.com for more information.