- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- International Business
- Management Information Systems
- Risk Management and Insurance
- Double Majors
- Exploratory Program
- Business Minor
- Experiential Learning
- Business Clubs
- Real Business Experience Virtual Trade Show
- International Programs
Student organizations give Butler business majors a chance to share common interests and connect with classmates. For a complete list of activities on campus, visit the Campus Life site.
The Accounting Club furthers interest and education in accounting, bridges the gap between classroom theory and actual practice, and promotes scholastic achievement in the field of accounting.
Alpha Kappa Psi
This national, professional, business fraternity gives business students an opportunity to interact with one another outside of the classroom. Members enhance their educational experience by attending presentations given by business professionals and taking tours of local businesses.
Butler Investment Group
B.I.G. is a group of Butler students who share a common interest in the stock market and educate each other through peer discussion, investment games, and guest speakers.
Beta Gamma Sigma
Beta Gamma Sigma is the scholastic honor society for students enrolled in collegiate management programs at AACSB accredited institutions. Membership consists of the upper 5 percent of the junior class, the upper 10 percent of the graduating senior class and the upper 20 percent of the graduating MBA class. Visit the Beta Gamma Sigma website.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club gives students the opportunity to access relevant entrepreneurial resources, network with prominent community entrepreneurs, and share ideas. Members gain hands on entrepreneurial experience through business and experiential ventures on campus and within the community.
Gamma Iota Sigma
Gamma Iota Sigma is the International Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science Collegiate Fraternity. As a student-run program, it provides students with the opportunity to develop leadership skills, as well as network with and learn from industry professionals. GIS makes numerous industry scholarships available and is a student talent pipeline.
Management Information Systems and Technology Association
MISTA is a group of students interested in informing other students about MIS. The group regularly holds information sessions to discuss their interest in the field and talk about possible careers in the area.
The purpose of the Lacy Scholars organization is to gain a working knowledge of the business world and to educate others as a form of service. Membership is selective and is based on the academic credentials of incoming first-year students.