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Delta Mu Delta

Honor Society for Business Administration Students



Kevin Conley

Associate Professor of Business & Economics

Business & Economics

Delta Mu Delta is a national honor society for students of business administration. Acceptance into the society is the highest national honor a business student can earn. Membership brings with it a lifetime of prestige, recognition, and opportunity. Baker students have been awarded $15,700 in scholarships since our chapter’s installation in 1996.

Because fellow members have also demonstrated excellent academic achievement, tremendous networking opportunities stem from membership. Members are eligible to attend special events where they meet current and future business leaders from across the country. Members also attend national meetings held in major cities across the United States and also a variety of virtual programs. Potential members are reviewed as juniors, and new members are admitted annually.


Delta Mu Delta was formed in 1913 by five professors of commerce, finance, and accounts at Harvard, Yale, and New York University. As the organization has evolved, it has gained membership in the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS) and become the national honor society in business administration. Since 1992, Delta Mu Delta has partnered with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).