Academic Colleges

The University of West Florida is home to four academic colleges, offering a variety of undergraduate, graduate, specialist and doctoral degree programs. Learn more about each of our colleges and the programs offered at UWF below.


Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

The College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities develops students of the liberal arts to be well-educated, imaginative, inquisitive, communicative, adaptable, and empathetic graduates ready to demonstrate the 21st Century skills necessary to succeed in today's workplace.

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Education and Professional Studies

The College of Education and Professional Studies offers programs that prepare students to tackle the challenges of the 21st century and provide a solid foundation for a successful career through innovative and challenging courses taught by high quality faculty and experienced practitioners.

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Business

The College of Business provides a high quality, student-oriented educational experience to baccalaureate and master's degree students and prepares them for success in business and society while contributing to the advancement of the educational and economic development of the Northwest Florida region.

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Science, Engineering and Health

The College of Science, Engineering and Health prepares students to enter high demand careers in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, fields by providing immersive, innovative learning experiences and state-of-the-art technology, resources and facilities.

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University College

The University College houses of the First Year Advising Center, the Kugleman Honors Program, the General Studies Program, and the Professional Readiness initiatives at UWF. The University College welcomes all students who enter the UWF during their first year college students and provides continuing support to help all students to help them become fully prepared to enter the career or profession of their choice upon earning a baccalaureate degree.

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