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UWF's bachelor of arts degree in history offers students interested in the humanities or social sciences a flexible program which can be custom designed to satisfy a wide range of interests. Students can take elective courses in literature, communication arts, political science, anthropology, psychology plus other arts and social science courses. Students who want to prepare for careers in business may want to elect courses in management, marketing, computer science, accounting and finance. Many history majors have used their degrees to enter the teaching profession. Whatever your goal, personal improvement or career preparation, the faculty can help you design a degree program to satisfy your needs. The department offers a specialization in Pre-Law. For specific program requirements, visit the Online UWF Catalog.
Students planning to attend law school or interested in pursuing careers in politics or criminal justice should consider specializing in Pre-Law. Offered in conjunction with the university’s Political Science and Criminal Justice Departments, the specialization in Pre-Law includes courses in legal research and writing, legal studies and skill development in logic, ethics, presentation development and communication. For specific program requirements, visit the Online UWF Catalog.