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Beta Alpha Psi

 

Why Should I join Beta Alpha Psi?

Great question. The benefits are many for those who choose to attend

  • Information Briefings on Accounting Trends
  • Up to date information on Accounting Careers
  • A chance to network with Accounting Professionals
  • CPA Examination Preparation Information
  • Public Accounting Information
  • Private Accounting Information
  • Auditing and Tax Career Information?

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Steps to Becoming a Member of Beta Alpha Psi:

Step 1: Become a candidate

Step 2: Serve as a candidate

Step 3: Maintain membership

 

Become a Candidate:

To qualify as a Beta Alpha Psi candidate you must:

Complete and return the Beta Alpha Psi Candidate Application

Complete or be currently enrolled in BA211 and BA213 or equivalent

Have sophomore or higher class standing

Meet at least one of the following GPA requirements:

  • GPA of at least 3.0 in all completed accounting courses (including BA211 and BA213 or equivalent)
  • Cumulative overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Rank within the top 35% of class
  • Have at least 3.25 GPA on the most recent 45 credit hours (or equivalent) completed

 

 

 

 

Serve as a Candidate:

To seek membership you must:

Serve as a candidate for at least one term, which includes:

  • Attending all Beta Alpha Psi meetings and functions
  • Tutor for Beta Alpha Psi for at least one hour per week
  • Participate in at least one Beta Alpha Psi community service event

Complete 40 Beta Alpha Psi hours

  • 15 Professional hours
  • 15 Community Service hours
  • 10 Professional/Community Service/non BAP hours

Have paid your one-time candidate fee of $75

 

 

Maintain Membership:

To qualify as a member you must:

Have served a candidate(described above)

Have a formally declared option in Accounting

Have completed at least one 300-level accounting course

Have a GPA of at least 3.0 in all upper-division accounting courses

Meet at least one of the following:

  • GPA of at least 3.0 in all completed accounting courses (including BA211 and BA213 or equivalent)
  • Cumulative overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Rank within the top 35% of class
  • Have at least 3.25 GPA on the most recent 45 credit hours (or equivalent) completed

 

 

For an application please attend one of our weekly meetings in the Moss Adams room in Bexell 328 at 6:00pm!