Membership requirements

General:

  • 8 hours of community service per semester
  • Attend 5 meetings (one can include MTF, and only one can be Big 4 Meeting)
  • Dues based on Membership Status:
  • Affiliates – $45
  • Candidates – $50
  • Members – $45
  • Tentative: Dues should be received no later than one week before MTF

 

Affiliate:

  • Must be an undergraduate student
  • Accounting majors: must not be enrolled/have completed Accounting 331
  • Finance/MIS majors: must not be enrolled in 3 units of courses beyond those courses required by all business majors (Accounting 201 & 202, BA 323 and MIS 301 and/or 331)
  • Have an overall GPA of 3.00 or above
  • Not eligible to become National Members of BAP International

BAP Chapter Achievement Guidelines (Superior Status)

  • Beginning-of-Year Report
  • Mid-Year Report
  • Initiation
  • End-of-Year Report
  • Reaching Out Objectives (8 total)
  • Professional Activities (6 total, at least 1 mandatory “Essential Skills” Session)
  • Service Activities (1 total)

 

 

 

 

Candidate:

Candidate (Undergraduate student):

  • Accounting majors: must be enrolled in an upper division course such as Accounting 331
  • Finance/MIS majors: must be enrolled in 3 units of courses required for the major beyond those courses required by all business majors (Accounting 201 & 202 done; enrolled in ACCTG326 (finance), ACCTG331 and/or MIS306/MIS 315 (MIS))
  • Have declared or intend to declare a concentration in Accounting, Finance, or Information Systems
  • Have completed at least one year of collegiate courses
  • Have an overall GPA of 3.25 or above

 

 

Member:

  • Completed a semester as a candidate
  • Meets GPA requirements
  • Meets attendance requirements

Member (Undergraduate student):

  • Accounting majors: have completed an upper-division course such as Accounting 331
  • Finance/MIS majors: must be enrolled in 3 units of courses for the major beyond those courses required by all business majors (Accounting 201 & 202 done; done with ACCTG326 (finance), ACCTG331 and/or MIS306/MIS 315 (MIS))
  • Have declared or intend to declare a concentration in Accounting, Finance, or Information Systems
  • Have completed one year of collegiate courses
  • Have an overall GPA of 3.25 AND a GPA of 3.25 in their major

 

 

 

Candidate (Graduate student):

  • Have been accepted and matriculated into master’s degree level Accounting, Finance, or Information Systems program OR is taking courses as a non-degree post-baccalaureate student and has stated an interest in Accounting, Finance, or Information Systems program
  • Have completed/is enrolled in at least 6 units of study at SDSU beyond those courses equivalent to the MSA/MBA core courses in their area of emphasis (Ex: Accounting emphasis would require completed/current enrollment of 6 units of ACCTG courses numbered 500 or above)
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.25 or above in all courses related to their emphasis (ACCTG, FIN, etc) beyond the core business classes taken while a graduate at SDSU (Accounting emphasis students would only consider ACCTG courses, Finance emphasis students would only consider FIN classes, etc); If this is the student’s first semester, there is no cumulative GPA requirement.

 

 

 

 

Member (Graduate student):

  • Have completed 6 units of Master course study at SDSU (courses numbered 500 and above)
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.25 or above in all courses related to their emphasis (ACCTG, FIN, etc) beyond the core business classes taken while a graduate at SDSU (Accounting emphasis students would only consider ACCTG courses, Finance emphasis students would only consider FIN classes, etc)
  • Cumulative averages of at least 3.25 in all units of study while a graduate at SDSU

 

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