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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Business magazine ranks UF in top 50 business programs

The Warrington College of Business Administration has been ranked one of the top 50 business programs in the country.

The UF business school jumped 13 spots from 2010 to place 42nd in Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s 2011 ranking of 113 undergraduate business programs in the nation’s colleges and universities.

It is the highest ranking for the school since the magazine began ranking programs six years ago.

“Obviously our students are doing a great job in interviews and programs,” said Brian Ray, director of the business school and associate dean of the college.

The ranking shows the strengths of changes made in the college in the last few years, Ray said.

Warrington has implemented two new professional courses students are required to take: public speaking and a professional writing class. The college also began offering students a variety of minors, including accounting and entrepreneurship.

Ray said professional recruiters placed Warrington 10th among the schools ranked.

“We are very happy with the rankings and pleased recruiters are seeing the talent of students,” Ray said.

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