The Financial Management Association National Honor Society recognizes scholastic achievement through induction of students who have demonstrated superior scholarship. Students accepted for membership in the FMA National Honor Society have the distinction of belonging to the ONLY international honorary society which specifically recognizes the achievement of finance majors and demonstrates their expertise in areas such as financial economics and decision making.
Academic internships are part of an academic course where students work 10 hours without pay and simultaneously attend BUS 460. More information about Business internships is available through Career Services.
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