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Sigma Iota Epsilon - Sigma Zeta Chapter Digital Badge

Earners of this digital badge have joined the Sigma Iota Epsilon - Sigma Zeta Chapter. Sigma Iota Epsilon is the National Honorary and Professional Management Society; known for its encouragement and recognition of scholastic excellence and the promotion of cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management. Sigma Zeta members have shown scholastic excellence in their study of business management and a desire to develop and support excellence in the field of management.

Earning the Badge

  • GPA Requirements by Degree:
    • Undergraduate Students: Achieved a GPA of  3.25 or higher, completed 30 hours of education toward undergraduate degree, completed 6 semester hours of management curriculum with a grade of B or higher at University of Dallas. 
    • Graduate Students:  Achieved a GPA of at least 3.5, and have completed at least nine semester hours of graduate work, including at least six hours in management courses at the University of Dallas.
    • Doctoral Students:  Achieved a GPA of at least 3.5, and have completed at least nine semester hours of graduate work, including at least six hours in management courses at the University of Dallas.
  • Membership Fee: A one time membership fee must be paid when submitting the application.
  • Initiation: Participation in the SIE Initiation ceremony at the University of Dallas.

 Officers Badges Coming Soon.


Contact UD

Contact sie@udallas.edu with any questions about the SIE digital badges.

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