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Blue background with text that reads The time to invest in yourself is now. Executive MBA Virtual Open House May 22. With the UF MBA logo.

Five reasons to attend the next UF Executive MBA Virtual Open House

If you’ve been thinking about pursuing an MBA, you know there’s a lot for you to consider and even more questions that you want answered before you decide if the UF MBA Executive program is right for you. UF MBA’s Executive Virtual Open House on May 22 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. is the perfect event for you to get your questions answered, learn about UF MBA’s resources and how pursuing an MBA at the University of Florida can

GSIF students give a presentation

Student-managed fund tops $1 million under management

The Gator Student Investment Fund (GSIF) reached $1 million under management in February. GSIF is a student-managed investment fund that gives members a realistic asset management experience. As of March 2021, the value sits at $1,043,909. In March 2019, the fund sat at $561,667, but it has grown to cross the $1 million mark this year because of the generosity of alumni and friends who understand the real-world impact GSIF is having on students who are prepared for their future

James Wood, Emily Mansell, Sebastian Verne and Karina Montenegro

Meet the Online MBA Class of 2022

The Warrington College of Business is proud to welcome its latest class to the UF MBA Online program. We invite you to meet some of the Class of 2022 by learning more about who they are, what they do, why they chose UF MBA, what they hope to get out of the program and more. Read on to meet a few members of the UF MBA Online Class of 2022! Why did you choose to pursue your MBA at UF?

Weekend Professional MBA Class of 2022 students Veronica Perez, Jason Roegner, Darline Stinfil and William Lee.

Meet the Weekend Professional MBA Class of 2022

The Warrington College of Business is proud to welcome its latest class to the UF MBA Weekend Professional program. We invite you to meet some of the Class of 2022 by learning more about who they are, what they do, why they chose UF MBA, what they hope to get out of the program and more. Read on to meet a few members of the UF MBA Weekend Professional Class of 2022! Why did you choose to pursue your MBA

Celebrating 75 years of UF MBA

UF MBA has reached an important milestone – 75 years! That’s 75 years of engaging classes, dedicated faculty and lasting transformation for our alumni. With more than 11,000 UF MBA alumni around the world, the program impact continues to be felt across many global companies and industries. Here are 75 facts to know about UF MBA as we celebrate the program’s history! HISTORY The UF MBA program’s history dates back to the 1940s. From becoming one of the first online

Jacob Schuster poses with his graduation cap next to an alligator statue.

Student Spotlight: Jacob Schuster

Jacob Schuster (BSBA ’20, MS Marketing ’21) will be among the first batch of students graduating from the Master of Science Marketing program this spring. After graduation, he goes to work at Oracle in Austin. Congratulations, Jacob!  Q: Tell us about your background. Schuster: “I graduated from undergrad at UF in just three years with a bachelor’s in marketing in 2020. Currently finishing my master’s in marketing in spring 2021. I will be a part of the first ever class

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What career types can benefit from an MBA?

Business acumen is pervasive throughout many industries and there are numerous career paths that can benefit from adding business knowledge to their repertoire. While individuals from all educational and career backgrounds can benefit from an MBA, we asked UF MBA alumni with backgrounds in medicine, law, engineering, communications, STEM and the military to share why an MBA was right for them.  Read on to see what UF MBA alumni in each of these fields had to say about how an

Antonella Spinatto, Jackson Budnik, Prea Rahman, Alayzia Harris

Virtual event highlights the importance of diversity in the workplace

Students from across the Warrington College of Business and UF were invited to a new event from Business Career Services designed to showcase the importance of diversity in the workplace. Over the three-night event, called Diversity in the Workplace, students had the opportunity to hear from Dr. “Bowtie” Todd Jenkins on why inclusivity is important to everyone, a team from Proctor & Gamble (P&G) on how diversity influences their business decisions, Margo Downs on creating inclusive workplaces and a game

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Strong performance for UF MBA in latest US News ranking, despite pandemic

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In spite of a volatile year with plenty of challenges for higher education, UF MBA at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business held onto its strong position on U.S. News & World Report’s “2022 Best Graduate Schools” released Tuesday. For the third consecutive year, UF MBA was named among the top 10 U.S. public programs and top 30 national programs. The UF MBA Full-Time program rose to the No. 26 spot overall and the No.

Jennifer Cainas, Sonia Casablanca, Shari Fowler, Michelle Lopez and Traci Johnston.

Meet the women of the UF Doctor of Business Administration

This Women’s History Month, the Warrington College of Business is honored to highlight just a few of our incredible female Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) alumni and students. Read about the impactful research of women across multiple UF DBA classes, why they joined the program and how it’s helping them achieve their professional and personal goals. Class of 2017  Jennifer Cainas | Clinical Professor | University of South Florida – Main Campus Dissertation – “The Impact of CEO Regulatory Focus