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Warrington combined degree options allow students to graduate with more than a bachelor’s degree

A degree from the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida helps students stand out in a competitive job market. Warrington’s combined degree options allow students to take their college experience a step further by obtaining a bachelor’s and master’s degree, while also saving them time and money, and becoming even more competitive candidates for positions across the nation and world. Read more from four students who have made the transition from the Heavener School of Business to

Warrington combined degrees: Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management

Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management student Nikita Ghade answers questions about what it’s like to be a combined-degree student, what she’s learned in her master’s program and making the transition from the Heavener School of Business to the Hough Graduate School of Business.   Q. What was your major as an undergraduate student? A. “My major was Business Management.” Q. Why did you decide to pursue your undergraduate major? A. “I decided to pursue Management because I

Warrington combined degrees: Master of International Business

Master of International Business student David Florez answers questions about what it’s like to be a combined-degree student, what he’s learned in his master’s program and making the transition from the Heavener School of Business to the Hough Graduate School of Business.   Q. What was your major as an undergraduate student? A. “My undergraduate major was Finance.” Q. Why did you decide to pursue your undergraduate major? A. “I decided to pursue Finance because of my interest analyzing data and because

Warrington combined degrees: Master of Science in Entrepreneurship

Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MSE) student Carolina Borroto answers questions about what it’s like to be a combined-degree student, what she’s learned in her master’s program and making the transition from the Heavener School of Business to the Hough Graduate School of Business.   Q. What was your major as an undergraduate student? A. “My major was business administration with a pre-law specialization.” Q. Why did you decide to pursue your undergraduate major? A. “When I first toured UF as a

Warrington combined degrees: Master of Science in Real Estate

Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate student Macy Trizonis answers questions about what it’s like to be a combined-degree student, what she’s learned in her master’s program and making the transition from the Heavener School of Business to the Hough Graduate School of Business.   Q. What was your major as an undergraduate student? A. “Finance.” Q. Why did you decide to pursue your undergraduate major? A. “I enjoyed my AP Macroeconomics class in high school and am very