Who can be a candidate?
A graduate student can be a candidate for membership if they have been accepted into an Accounting/Finance/Information Systems Master's Program at the University of North Texas.
An undergraduate student can be eligible to join if they are a declared accounting, finance, or information system major with a minimum of 30 hours of collegiate courses completed. Students must also have completed at least one upper level business course (3000 of higher).
Undergraduate Transfer Students
Students that have recently transferred to the University of North Texas can be a candidate for membership as long as they have satisfied the above requirements at another AACSB institution.
GPA Requirements (members & Candidates)
Students must have a cumulative grade average in upper level courses, in their declared area of concentration, beyond the business core of at least 3.0, and:
Who can be a JUNIOR candidate?
Applicants are considered Junior Candidates who:
**Once a Junior Candidate enrolls in any upper-level business course and declares a major in accounting, finance, or information systems, the student is then considered a Candidate and will be subject to the respective requirements.
**Non-BAP sponsored Community Service events are limited to 5 hours per year.