The Asian Business Student Association was founded by a group of former officers of various reputable University of Houston organizations (i.e. Beta Alpha Psi, Accounting Society, Finance Association, MISSO, etc.) with the shared goal of providing guidance to the Asian-American community within the Bauer College of Business and the University of Houston. Our initiative began with a shared dream of fostering a community that would provide the resources necessary to enable students to become active leaders within their community not only academically and socially, but also professionally.
The Asian Business Student Association at the University of Houston is the premier professional student organization founded on the principles of professionalism and philanthropy. Our mission is to provide guidance to our members as they integrate themselves into the corporate world by exposing them to various industries and career opportunities. Our corporate sponsorships allow us to host various workshops and events that develop our members into strong candidates for internship and career opportunities. Although our main purpose is to help young Asian-Americans integrate themselves into America’s corporate culture, we value diversity and welcome all ethnicities. We continually strive to foster an environment of networking and provide our members with a sense of camaraderie and community in the University of Houston.
We aim to assist the Asian community within the University of Houston as well as the International business students studying abroad international from Asia adjust to the university life and integrate them into the American business culture. We envision that our network of Asian-American business student will encourage future generations to find their paths to successful careers.
The Accounting Society seeks to provide students at the Bauer College with an experience that will expand their knowledge about the accounting profession and enhance their ability to make a sound decision regarding their future careers. We endeavor to prepare students for real world experiences while helping them develop leadership, communication skills, and connections with other students and professionals. Ultimately, we want our members to be proud, confident, and indispensable to any company that comes their way.
We are the Finance Association (FA). We were founded in 1982, making us one of Bauer's most established organizations. We are currently made up of over 200 members coming from multiple cultural, social, academic, and professional backgrounds which has lead FA to become a leading organization in Bauer.
We focus on helping each of our student members improve and perfect their personal and professional networking skills through company information sessions, workshops, competitions, and sporting events. By building corporate partnerships within the Houston business community, our members have access to the knowledge, insight, and the network they need to achieve personal and professional success.
he Finance Association at the University of Houston has been dedicated to both our members and the community we reside in since 1982. Our goal is to develop meaningful, long-term relationships with both large and small business entities. Partnerships with valued companies will give our members the ultimate advantage during their interview and job search process.
e also believe in helping others as well as ourselves. We continue the Finance Association tradition of taking part in meaningful community service such as; providing dinners to less fortunate families, and raising funds to donate to charitable organizations.
The Finance Association at the University of Houston admits new members at the beginning of every semester. We are constantly seeking active individuals from any major who have a desire to learn more about the financial industry, are hardworking, and are self-motivated.
ur success is dependent on bringing together a diverse group of students with different majors, backgrounds, and dreams. Our organization continues to grow each semester and we encourage you to be a part of that growth.
IBSC members compete and host various investment banking-focused case competitions, including our fall Oil and Gas Case Competition, and the annual National Investment Banking Competition.
Each semester IBSC holds weekly workshops to build members’ understanding of the fundamentals of investment banking, including basic accounting principles and financial modeling.
IBSC holds weekly meetings with a diverse array of speakers from investment banking, private equity, and asset management in order to build both industry knowledge and a professional network at the University of Houston.
Members have been placed at a wide array of prestigious firms in the investment banking, valuation advisory, and private equity fields, as well as in industries such as oil and gas, real estate, and technology.
The Bauer Supply Chain Student Association (Bauer SCSA) focuses on educational and professional development of Supply Chain Management students at the University of Houston. The organization was created to form a community of students striving to pursue a successful career within Supply Chain. We provide our members with tools to be successful through workshops, community service events, professional dinner meetings, power luncheons, networking with professional societies and more. SCSA continually works to create opportunities for students to succeed and welcomes companies and outside professional organizations to experience what Bauer SCSA has to offer.
The mission of the Bauer Supply Chain Student Association is to enhance the professional development of our members and promote their career opportunities across a broad range of Supply Chain Industries including Medical, Technology, Logistics, Operation, Procurement etc.
The Bauer Supply Chain Student Association is dedicated to excellence in fostering and disseminating knowledge pertinent to our members' personal and professional development
Bauer Women Society is the premier undergraduate women's Organization at the C.T. Bauer College of Business. In the Bauer Women Society, you will have the opportunity to participate in professional meetings, be connected to a mentor who will guide you through your college years, and build a network with like-minded individuals across the University of Houston.
In the past, we have brought in recruiters from Amegy Bank, Chevron, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, KMPG, Reynolds and Reynolds, Enterprise, and small businesses across the Greater Houston area. Membership in Bauer Women Society also allows you to be an active leader in our Directorates, applying what you have learned in the classroom to gain real-world experience that will benefit you as a student, leader, and future intern. Members must be students of University of Houston, but can be any major or minor. We welcome you all!
The Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA) was founded by a small number of students who saw a need for an organization to foster the growth of Hispanic students interested in pursuing business related careers. Originally named the Mexican American Business Student Association (MABSA), the organization enjoyed rapid growth while serving the needs of an increasing number of students. MABSA became an established and respected entity within the College of Business Administration, and soon after changed its name to encompass all students of Hispanic heritage.
We envision an organization that brings together diverse groups of people who share similar career interests and prepares them for the real world of business. We seek to lead by example, training with our current leaders and members so that they may become tomorrow’s business executives and community leaders.