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Office of the University Registrar

2008-09 Undergraduate Catalog

Contact Information
Academic Policies
Degree Requirements
Course Descriptions

Established: 1926. In 1996, named for Alfred C. Warrington IV, an alumnus
whose generous gift benefits the college.

Accredited: The Warrington College of Business Administration is accredited by the AACSB International. The college was the first in the nation to be accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).

Academic Advising: School of Business provides academic advising, career coaching, professional development opportunities and study abroad programs for undergraduate students.


Programs: The Warrington College of Business Administration offers a Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAc) from the Fisher School of Accounting, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.

The college also offers combined-degree and one-year master's programs in Information Systems and Operations Management (MSISOM), Entrepreneurship (MAE), Finance (MSF), International Business (MAIB), Management (MSM, for non-business majors only) and Real Estate (MSRE).

A minor in business administration is available to nonbusiness majors and a certificate in retailing leadership is available to all undergraduates.

The table below provides a summary of academic programs in the Warrington College of Business Administration.

In addition to completing a degree, all business majors are encouraged to gain practical work experience through co-ops, internships and community service. The Warrington College of Business Administration also offers students a wide variety of professional development and leadership opportunities, including study abroad, the Florida Leadership Academy, involvement in student organizations and research activities.

The college encourages all business majors to take Warrington Welcome - First Year Florida (SLS 1102 for business majors), which serves as an introduction to the college and provides students with the opportunity to connect with faculty, advisers and fellow business students.

For more details on all of these opportunities, consult an academic adviser in 267 Stuzin Hall.


Computer Requirement (PDF)

Internships and Career Guidance: 267 Stuzin Hall

Student Organizations

Research Centers

GPA Requirements
Major/Minor Tracking Overall Credits Required for Degree/Minor
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Economics 3.0 2.0 120
Finance 3.0 2.0 120
Information Systems 3.0 2.0 120
Management 3.0 2.0 120
Marketing 3.0 2.0 120
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Business Administration General Studies 3.0 2.0 120
Business Administration 2.0 19

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