AMA Case Competition

Each year, a team of 6 to 8 chapter members sign up for a three-hour business case analysis course focused on the AMA Case Competition.  Our case team has earned recognition for its submissions for the 2015 case as "commendable" and 2016 case as "honorable mention".   Eight AMA members are currently working on the 2017 case (Mary Kay) due in December. Each year, the team presents its case at a January chapter meeting. 

Experiential Learning

AMA Chapter members have access to two forms of formal recognition for experiential learning obtained through internships and hands-on projects.  The Walker School of Business provides three hours credit for an approved internship related to the students academic program. Piedmont College provides recognition of approved hands-on projects as an integral part of its COMPASS program. Our chapter actively seeks out opportunities and encourages chapter member participation in each endeavor.