The Hough School Of Business

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DEFINITION of 'The Hough School Of Business'

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.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'The Hough School Of Business'

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.

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