The University of West Florida Graduate School administers all graduate programs of the University. We offer advanced degrees including, master's degrees in 25 different programs with more than 50 academic specializations, two specialist degrees and a doctorate in education with eight specializations.
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UWF delivers its German MBA program in Ludwigshafen, Germany through a partnership with the Transatlantik Institute. From June 9-28, the German students completed the capstone course of the MBA program, which is the final requirement to graduate, at UWF’s main campus in Pensacola. Learn more >
Over the past 20 years, University of West Florida archaeologist Margo Stringfield has shared the history and archaeology of Pensacola's past with the public. Recently, one such story involving one of the first Englishmen to own property in Pensacola, British Naval Captain Sir John Lindsay, and a slave named Maria Belle proved to be a missing link that connects Pensacola to 18th century happenings on a broader world stage through the development of the British film, Belle. Learn more >
UWF Innovation Institute recently launched the Center for Cybersecurity, providing a hub for research on cybersecurity and opportunities for students to move into high-demand career fields through collaborative partnerships. The Center will promote a pipeline of academic programs and certificates that are deeply connected to the Northwest Florida technology community and industry. Learn more >
GradSense.org is a new website designed to help students make informed financial decisions about their education and future careers. Based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the National Science Foundation and the National Center for Education Statistics, GradSense.org was researched, designed and developed by the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) in collaboration with TIAA-CREF. Along with median debt and income data, the website also provides students with loan repayment advice, spending tips, and career guidance.