Undergraduate Majors & Minors

Undergraduate Degrees

Athletic Training, B.S.

Athletic Training majors at UWF study the treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of injuries. Many go on to work with elite athletes and some of the greatest athletic teams in the world.

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Medical Laboratory Sciences, B.S.

The Bachelor’s degree program in Medical Laboratory Sciences prepares students for technical, supervisory and managerial positions in traditional clinical laboratory sciences practice areas such as hematology, clinical chemistry, diagnostic microbiology, immunohematology and serology. 

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Movement Sciences and Health, B.S.

Our graduates are employed in a variety of health-related settings from schools, colleges, clinics, and the sport/fitness industry. Because of our wide range of professional degrees, students also have opportunities to work in state and local health departments, hospitals, corporate settings, military, and federal government.

      • Exercise Science
      • Fitness and Conditioning
      • Physical Education/Teacher Education
      • Sport Management

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Health Promotion, B.S.

An undergraduate degree in Health Promotion (HP) is designed to provide students with academic and practical training to help improve the health of individual and communities through promoting healthy behaviors, educating target populations, teaching behavior change, and applying environmental strategies.

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Health Sciences, B.S.

The general Health Sciences Program is designed for undergraduate students who wish to pursue their studies in health, healthcare, and public health.

        • Health Care Administration
        • Public Health

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Nursing, Pre-Licensure BSN

Our curriculum prepares students to become clinical generalists who are leaders, managers, and life-long learners who integrate research findings into their nursing practice. 

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Nursing, RN to BSN

The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) track is designed for those students who have already completed the RN program.

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Psychology, B.A. and B.S.

Through the study of psychology, students learn to evaluate and understand behavior and experience, and to apply their knowledge in a variety of settings.

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