Elected Board Members will have the valuable opportunity to become engaged with a core function of undergraduate student representation and leadership at the School of Business. Information is provided below on MUSA’s role in the Business School as well as the positions available.
Founded in 2009, MUSA has grown to represent over 1500+ undergraduate Business Administration and Business Information Management students' academic and professional interests as the official governing body for the undergraduates at The Paul Merage School of Business. The organization creates programs, activities and other similar services designed to facilitate interaction between students, administration, faculty, alumni, and other organizations of the business community
DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY
Students interested in running in the 2020-2021 MUSA General Elections are required to submit a Declaration of Candidacy.
CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO MEET THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS:
You must be a Business Administration or Business Information Management major.
You must be attending classes at UCI until the end of the next academic Winter Quarter (e.g. If you are graduating earlier or studying abroad, you cannot run for an executive board position).
You must be in good standing with the University.
You cannot be a president of another club and hold the Presidency in the MUSA. If elected to both, you must select only one position, and resign from the other.
Note: The MUSA Executive Board reserves the right to enforce reasonable oversight of the general election process.
EXECUTIVE BOARD POSITIONS Descriptions of the positions are available in the MUSA Constitution
President Executive Vice President Vice President of External Relations Vice President of Internal Relations Vice President of Academic Affairs Vice President of Finance Vice President of Communications Vice President of Technology Vice President of Community Development Vice President of Diversity Vice President of Graduate/Alumni Relations Still have questions about the positions? Contact a current MUSA Executive Board Member for more information.