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Student Organizations

Networking that goes beyond technology is what you will find in the student organizations in the Department of Business Information Systems. The Business Analytics and Information Technology organization and the Bronco Cybersecurity Club will provide social and professional connections and tap into your curiosity in tech.


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Business Analytics and Information Technology

Also known as BAIT, the organization addresses the importance of technology and how it affects every industry. Each semester, the student organization offers events and activities, such as guest speakers from the IT field, tours of local companies and social events. BAIT partners with the Department of Business Information Systems to offer networking opportunities.

Cyber Club

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Bronco Cybersecurity Club

The organization focuses on cybersecurity but is open to any major. The club provides professional and social activities for students and offers both virtual and in-person events. The club’s focus on connections is one of its defining features.

Alan Rea Quote

  • Student organizations help establish connections with fellow students, potential mentors and future employers. They are a vehicle for students to learn leadership, practice collaboration and grow both personally and professionally. There is more to college than just classes, and student organizations are an essential component of a quality education.

    Dr. Alan Rea, professor of business information systems

Find more business student organizations

Find more business student organizations

Many other organizations that focus on business are available through WMU Haworth.