Studying the Past to Thrive in the Present and Build a Better Future
At UWF, we celebrate the arts, social sciences, and humanities as central to a cutting-edge education.
About Our College
These disciplines study people. They develop well-educated, imaginative, inquisitive, communicative, adaptable, and empathetic graduates ready to demonstrate the 21st Century skills necessary to succeed in today's workplace. Students work collaboratively with engaging faculty in small class settings to hone their critical thinking, oral and written communication, project management, and professional development. They spend time thinking and writing, reading and discussing, observing and performing -- qualities that set them apart from their peers in the marketplace. The College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities believes these skills endure and set students up to be lifetime learners no matter where their journey beyond UWF takes them.
The College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities offers undergraduate studies in more than 25 major concentrations and more than 15 minor concentrations. Students may pursue graduate studies in more than
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Vantage Points offers student and alumni stories, research and creative activities, and topics of public discourse from UWF's College of Arts, Social Science and Humanities.
- Wed, 17 Jun 2020 14:56:46 GMTUWF to add master’s degree in international affairs this fall
- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:30:14 GMTUniversity of West Florida Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering to host inaugural Pensacola Mini Maker Faire
- Tue, 10 Sep 2019 19:19:51 GMTResearch opportunities abound during summer
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- March 26, 2020 11:48The UWF Singers stand out with Brahms "Requiem"
- January 30, 2020 11:48Grant-funded cooperative will feature UWF faculty Taney research
- January 08, 2020 00:30UWF Kappa Pi members internationally recognized
Alumni Impact Stories
Nicolas Laracuente - MA in Anthropology
Bourbon is American’s oldest spirit. When it comes to the history of bourbon in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, there is a trail of tall tales. Lost beneath the layers of sediment and storytelling, Nick Laracuente has spent a decade unearthing new facts and authentic stories behind the barrels that true bourbon enthusiasts and tourists traversing Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail long to hear.
Emily Ley - BA in English/Creative Writing and MA in Public Administration
In 10 short years, Emily started a family, shaped a sisterhood, and connected with a community of women… all while growing and leading a multi-million dollar business. This is Emily’s story about how one product launched a movement for women to live their lives, simplified.
Hong Potomski - MBA and MA in Healthcare Leadership
In the face of unimaginable adversity, one family’s focus to escape war and embrace uncertainty is all that stands in the way of creating a better life half a world away. Inspired by her parents’ determination, grit and sacrifice, Hong navigates her own journey—as a first generation college graduate—armed and ready to take on some of the biggest challenges facing healthcare—and her community.
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