University of Florida’s Hough Graduate School of Business

    University of Florida’s Hough Graduate School of Business

University of Florida, Hough Graduate School of Business

Jason Rife is currently the Associate Director of MBA Career Services for the Hough Graduate School of Business at the University of Florida. Immediately prior to joining UF, Jason was a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company, focusing on operational transformations and sales capability building with numerous Fortune 500 clients. He has also held strategy, planning and program management roles at John Deere and ExxonMobil. While at McKinsey and Deere, Jason served on MBA recruiting teams, helping to identify, select and retain top candidates. Jason received a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Texas Tech University and an MBA from Duke University. He resides in Gainesville with his wife and daughter.

Jeremy Delaplane, Hough Graduate School of Business

Hough Graduate School of Business | Warrington

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Le (Betty) Zhou, a doctoral student in the Management Department at the Warrington College of Business Administration’s Hough Graduate School of Business, has been named the recipient of the 2013-14 Meredith P. Crawford Fellowship in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology sponsored by the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO). The

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dr. Alex Sevilla, who has guided UF MBA at the Hough Graduate School of Business to its

The Hough Graduate School of Business demonstrates the Warrington College of Business Administration’s historic commitment to forward-thinking in educational methods. One of the first colleges of business to engage in distance learning, first through cable television and now through the internet, the HGSB has a proven track record of quality education and has been acclaimed by The Economist and US News and World Report.

Hough Graduate School of Business ranks 16th among U.S


William R. Hough Hall is a new facility that expands the College’s potential to develop new business leaders, and contributes to a world-class education enterprise. It creates a sense of place, and provides outstanding facilities and fosters a learning environment that promotes interaction between faculty, students, alumni, recruiters and other constituents. This building, made possible by a naming gift from William R. Hough, represents a physical statement of The Hough Graduate School of Business’ leadership role in business education. William R. Hough Hall is a new facility that expands the College’s potential to develop new business leaders, and contributes to a world-class education enterprise. It creates a sense of place, and provides outstanding facilities and fosters a learning environment that promotes interaction between faculty, students, alumni, recruiters and other constituents. This building, made possible by a naming gift from William R. Hough, represents a physical statement of The Hough Graduate School of Business’ leadership role in business education. The Hough Graduate School of Business in the Warrington College of Business Administration was created in 2007 with an endowment from William R. Hough, a member of the University of Florida’s first MBA class in 1948. The Hough School of Business includes a distance learning program, and has several divisions. It was founded in 2007 with a $30 million grant from William R. Hough, a successful business executive and former MBA alumni. A new building was recently added to the campus bearing his name. The school also features the Fisher School of Accounting, as well as a distance learning program.

The business school of the University of Florida. The Hough School of Business offers graduate level programs in several degrees, including business, finance, economics, management and information systems. The school also offers doctorate programs in business, finance and economics. The school has been accredited by AACSB International, the European Foundation for Management Development and the Graduate Management Admission Council.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Hough Graduate School of Business at the Warrington College of Business Administration ranked 15th among U.S. public business schools in “Best Graduate Schools 2014” edition released Tuesday. William R. Hough Hall is a new facility that expands the College’s potential to develop new business leaders, and contributes to a world-class education enterprise. It creates a sense of place, and provides outstanding facilities and fosters a learning environment that promotes interaction between faculty, students, alumni, recruiters and other constituents. This building, made possible by a naming gift from William R. Hough, represents a physical statement of The Hough Graduate School of Business’ leadership role in business education. Further solidifying itself as the state’s elite academic business institution, the Hough Graduate School of Business was the only graduate business school in Florida ranked in the top 90 overall.The UF MBA Traditional Program at the Hough Graduate School of Business improved four places to achieve its No. 15 ranking among U.S. publics, and climbed eight spots to 36th overall among both public and private institutions. UF MBA was ranked 24th overall and 15th among U.S. publics for their Part-Time programs, which include the Professional Two-Year, Professional One-Year and the Professional MBA in South Florida. William R. Hough Hall is a new facility that expands the College’s potential to develop new business leaders, and contributes to a world-class education enterprise. It creates a sense of place, and provides outstanding facilities and fosters a learning environment that promotes interaction between faculty, students, alumni, recruiters and other constituents. This building, made possible by a naming gift from William R. Hough, represents a physical statement of The Hough Graduate School of Business’ leadership role in business education.