Fisher School of Accounting
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Accounting at UF traces its roots back to 1923 when the first accounting course was offered. Today, as one of the nation’s few free-standing accounting schools, the Fisher School of Accounting has cultivated a distinctive identity at the University of Florida and among the nation’s top business programs.
Established: 1933. Endowed in 1985 through a gift from alumnus Frederick E. Fisher.
Rankings: 2015. US News & World Report ranks the undergraduate program 12th overall in the nation and 7th among public institutions.
Accredited: American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
Programs: Four-year undergraduate program, five-year 3/2 program with joint award of bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting
Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSAc), Master of Accounting (MAcc)
Scholarships: Fifth-year accounting students should obtain scholarship applications from the Fisher School and complete them early in the spring term of their fourth year. General financial aid information is available from the Office of Student Financial Affairs.
Certified Public Accountants Examination
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