In an integrated communication environment, the Communication track provides students with the most widely applicable skill set.
The Communication specialization prepares students to succeed in an integrated communication environment. Students develop skills in professional writing, presentation, public speaking, leadership and organizational dynamics. Students take classes from professionals with years of industry experience as well as faculty with doctoral degrees who provide a theoretical underpinning to student coursework.
The Communication specialization prepares students to fulfill leadership roles in human resources, event planning, management, and media relations.
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Mary Beth Barrows
Alumna Mary Beth Barrows' passion for Pensacola is rooted strong and deep in the University of West Florida. She counts treasured communication with faculty members and hands-on group projects to her most memorable and valuable moments at UWF while obtaining a bachelor's degree in communication arts.
"I really enjoyed the projects that many of the professors had us do, as they were helpful in preparing me for real life public speaking, teamwork and crisis issues in Northwest Florida such as the BP oil spill, hurricanes, floods, as well as other ... Read more.
UWF graduate student accepted into NASA program
Alyssa Lee, spring 2018 University of West Florida graduate and current UWF graduate student, is pursuing a career that is out of this world.
This fall, Lee will begin the NASA Pathways Program with the Armstrong Flight Research Center. The program provides opportunities for students and recent graduates to be considered for federal employment upon completion.