Students in the College of Business are encouraged to supplement their classroom experience with membership and participation in any of the following student organizations.
As a professional organization, the American Marketing Association helps develop, encourage, and strengthen working relations between students studying marketing and marketing professionals in the business community. The resulting exchange of ideas, knowledge, and experience is mutually beneficial. Meetings regularly feature business leaders from both the local and national arena.
The Economics Club is designed to stimulate interest in economics among university students. Economics is a social science that analyzes the relationship between human behavior and the production and exchange of goods and services. Club activities are designed to promote an understanding of current economic issues, current economic controversies, and the role that economics plays in personal and professional decision making. The Economics Club is open to all majors.
The purpose of the Global Business Association is to promote international awareness throughout Loyola’s campus. We aim to host several dining etiquette dinners, guest speakers, toastmaster events, tours, and much more. If you are interested in international business, traveling, or just learning more about current international issues, then the Global Business Association is just for you!
The M.B.A. is a professional degree. The purpose of the M.B.A. Student Association is to provide graduate business students with opportunities to develop leadership skills and to prepare for professional positions in the private and public sectors. This club provides an excellent means for M.B.A. students to interact with other students, faculty, and community leaders. Students are also given the opportunity to discuss and initiate positive changes within the M.B.A. program. Special meetings are scheduled with leaders from the civic and business community of greater New Orleans as invited guest speakers. Membership is open to all students of the graduate school of business administration.