Undergraduate business students can further develop their skills by participating in various societies and clubs. Find out how you can get involved below.
Scholars for Business Achievement
Scholars for Business Achievement (SBA) strives to build prestige and character for the School of Business and Management that will reach throughout the Los Angeles community and across the country. SBA is dedicated to the continuing development and transformation of students into important individuals for their future careers/employers. The success of this operation will lead to major incentives such as: networking, building experience for careers, mock interviews, etiquette dinners, and community involvement. The SBA committee bridges the gap between the undergraduate students and the alumni through events, speakers, and gatherings (social hours). SBA will present prominent new endeavors for the School of Business and Management.
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
Students in Free Enterprise is a Business Program that provides students with an opportunity to integrate their interpersonal and group skills by applying the principles and concepts discovered in the classroom. Students work on developing both business and community projects with an emphasis on ethics, success skills, market economics, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship. The culmination of this program includes an opportunity to present the project results at a regional competition to the CEOs of Fortune 500 corporations.
School of Business and Management Abroad Programs
All business majors are encouraged to study abroad to heighten their learning and experience in global business practices. SBM offers several venues for students to take part in these programs during the summer session as well as fall and spring terms.
For more information, contact the School of Business and Management at (626) 812-3085.