Heavener Hall in the background with the UF Archway and seal in the foreground.

The Warrington College of Business, explained

Confused about all the schools, programs and degrees available at Warrington? Let us break it down for you.

So, you know you’re a part of the business college at the University of Florida, but do you know exactly where you fit in? Check out the video explaining the structure of the Warrington College of Business and more specific information about our schools and programs in the story below.

The Warrington College of Business is made up of three schools, all with their own unique programs. Learn more about the Warrington College of Business, Heavener School of Business, Hough Graduate School of Business and Fisher School of Accounting.

Warrington College of Business

The Warrington College of Business is home to the Heavener School of Business, Hough Graduate School of Business and the Fisher School of Accounting, along with numerous research centers.

Heavener School of Business 

The Heavener School of Business is home to Warrington’s undergraduate school. 

  • Named after:  William “Bill” Heavener (BSBA ’70), the CEO of The Heavener Company and co-chairman and CEO of Full Sail University
  • Leadership: Assistant Dean and Director Erica Studer-Byrnes 
  • Programs
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) (also available online)
    • Finance 
    • Information Systems
    • Management
    • Marketing
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BABA) (also available online)
  • Students in the Heavener School can pursue a combination degree, which offers them the opportunity to earn their undergraduate and graduate degrees at an accelerated pace
  • Located in: Heavener Hall, which is also named after alumnus William “Bill” Heavener
  • How can you keep up with things happening at the Heavener School

Hough Graduate School of Business

The Hough Graduate School of Business is home to Warrington’s graduate programs, from specialized master’s to the UF MBA, Ph.D. and Doctor of Business Administration programs.

Fisher School of Accounting 

The Fisher School of Accounting is home to Warrington’s accounting programs. 

  • Named after: Fred Fisher (BSAc ’59), partner at the accounting firm Fisher, Morrison & Co. and founder, vice chairman and chief financial officer at U.S. Home Corp., a developer of residential communities.
  • Leadership: Senior Associate Dean and Director Gary McGill
  • Programs
    • Bachelor of Science in Accounting
    • Master of Accounting
    • 3/2 program (BSAc/MAcc)
    • Ph.D. in Business Administration in Accounting
  • Located in: Gerson Hall, which is named after Fisher School and UF MBA alumnus Gary Gerson
  • How can you keep up with things happening at the Fisher School  
No matter what you’re studying, you are part of the Warrington College of Business. We celebrate every Business Gator as an important member of our community.