Eta Kappa Nu, Beta Mu Chapter

Electrical and Computer Engineering Honor Society

About Us

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is the international Electrical and Computer Engineering honor society of the IEEE, founded in October 1904 by Maurice L. Carr at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As an honor society, our mission is to encourage and recognize excellence in the electrical and computer engineering fields. Georgia Tech's Beta Mu HKN Chapter was founded in May, 1941 and is well-known for active member involvement and student activities. We have hosted a wide variety of social and corporate sponsorship events in addition to providing students with lab supply kits for classes.

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From social events to company info sessions, we have them all! As a member in good standing (MIGS) you get a discounted price when purchasing honor cords and stoles at graduation and have your resume sent out to companies. So don't miss out and participate in some events!


Our initiates and members are the top students in Electrical Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. Every semester, we contact eligible students to go through the initiation process to join our organization. So what are you waiting for? Join us now!

Lab Supply Sales

Lab supply sales is an event HKN organizes to support and supply lab kits for Electrical and Computer Engineering students taking certain classes. This happens during the first few weeks of each Fall and Spring semester. Full details can be found on the lab supplies flyer.