Angeline Gross and Juan P Lopez

UF MBA students named among Poets & Quants’ Best & Brightest Online MBAs

Reading Time: 1 minute  Two UF MBA students, Juan P. Lopez and Angeline Gross, were recognized by Poets & Quants on its Best & Brightest Online MBAs: Class of 2019. Check out what Juan and Angeline had to say about why they chose UF MBA Online, how they’ve grown throughout their time in the

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Think starting a business is the only way to be an entrepreneur? Think again.

Reading Time: 2 minutes  By Christine Haworth, BSBA ’18, MSE ’19 Innovation, this word comes up more and more in the business world with the pressures to continually succeed as a business, but what does innovation really mean, and how can one be innovative? A common misconception is that innovation just means “change,” but

How UF MBA gave me a global perspective

Reading Time: 2 minutes  By Rachel Borchers (MBA ’19) It was easy for me to choose the University of Florida for my MBA, especially because I wanted to be a double Gator.  When I did my undergrad degree at UF, I was not able to do the study abroad program.  However, one of the

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Learning in the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate program goes beyond the classroom

Reading Time: 2 minutes  By Clayton Robinson, BSBA ’19, MSRE ’20 School is great, but the education that the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) program provides is beyond the scope of school. From the get-go you are learning about industry fundamentals and most specifically how to network. In real

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MBA: Master of Business Administration or Master of the Balancing Act?

Reading Time: 3 minutes  By Daniel Hunt, MBA ’20, Vice President at Hunt Bros. Cooperative Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there, and especially to those who have decided to bite the bullet and tackle the MBA and fatherhood simultaneously. It can be done, albeit with some sacrifices, as students both male

Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate students with program namesake Nathan S. Collier.

The Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate gave me an educational purpose

Reading Time: 2 minutes  By Clayton Robinson, BSBA ’19, MSRE ’20 When I was accepted into the University of Florida and began my college career here, I knew very little about what this experience would look like or what I wanted to pursue for my future career. Everyone I spoke to would always say,

Heavener School of Business students Sabrina Gonzalez, Tatiana Mosquera, Camila Vincent de Urquiza, Anne Waiver, Bridget Knowles, Julia Yanowitz and Joaquin Rodarte at their summer internships.

How to maximize your internship

Reading Time: 3 minutes  By Katie McCarville, Associate Director – Undergraduate Career Services, Heavener School of Business Now that the semester has finally come to a close, you can hopefully take a much need break and binge all the things you’ve been saving on Netflix. Although it is the summer, don’t forget to keep

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Why it’s better being involved

Reading Time: 3 minutes  By Christine Haworth, BSBA ’18, MSE ’19 College is a juggling act, between school, family and friend commitments, and the ever-growing need for sleep, it can be a lot. While it might be easy to limit your time on campus to classes only, being involved on campus and in the

How journalism students can benefit from a Master of Science in Management degree

Reading Time: 2 minutes  By Emma Magee My journey towards the MSM program was an unconventional one. I was a senior public relations major here at UF with experience, knowledge and ambition to start working as fast as I could. I thought I was ready to start my career in marketing, and in most

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Master of Motherhood and Business Administration

Reading Time: 4 minutes  By Erika Muñoz, BSBA ’05, MBA ’19 Life can take some unexpected turns. I found myself in my early thirties as a newly single mom on a brand new career path. I started my new job the same day my children began their first day of school. We were all