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Organizations & Groups

Economics and Administrative Sciences students are actively involved in several departmental organizations

Accounting Club ……….

Applied Econometrics Grp

Economics Council of Majors

Dept of Economics








Economics Council of Majors

The Economics Council of Majors brings Economics and Financial Economics students together for support in classes and school. The COM helps give students real world information that they can use in their careers and life through career information sessions, corporate visits, financial planning seminars, social events and the Annual Economics Awards Banquet. Officers are elected annually. For more information, please contact one of the officers.

2019 Officers:

President, Kendall Arnold

Vice President, Anastasia Gaidim

Treasurer, Fatimah Shaalan

Secretary, Amy Vaichalkar


Omicron Delta Epsilon

ODE is the international honor society for students of economics. It was established in 1963 as a result of a merger of Omicron International Delta Gamma, founded in 1915, and Omicron Chi Epsilon, founded in 1955. The UMBC chapter was chartered in 1972. The objectives of ODE are recognition of scholastic attainment, the promotion of closer ties between students and faculty within colleges and universities, and the publication of an official journal, The American Economist. ODE has more than 430 chapters around the world, with more than 10,000 active members. ODE membership requirements are:
48 credits overall at UMBC with at least a 3.0 GPA.
15 credits in Economics (not counting Accounting) with at least a 3.25 GPA.

2019 Officers:

The Accounting Club

The Accounting Club is a great way to learn about accounting and business related internships, to meet fellow classmates, and to get help in accounting and other classes. This club is here to offer you great opportunities to learn and explore accounting, financial economics, and other finance topics and potential employment positions.

2019 Officers: President, Allen Severson

These organizations offer students the opportunity to meet other students in their field, and also provide opportunities for students to interact with faculty members in informal settings outside the classroom.