The Department of Communication offers a framework for exploring human communication and prepares students to synthesize large amounts of complex information --- then create, design, and deliver advocacy and information to multiple public audiences in a multitude of message formats.
The Department of Communication
Mixing academic theory with project-oriented/skill building classroom assignments and hands-on experience, our graduates enter the professional world prepared to affect change and build successful careers in communication. We focus on fostering students' intellect and creativity in a relaxed, personal atmosphere that emphasizes quality work and high standards in the development of your professional communication skills. We supplement the academic work with real-world lessons to help you become productive and involved citizens in our society. The Department of Communication’s curriculum reflects the integrated nature of the modern communication workplace.
The Department of Communication develops professionals who will engage public and personal communication challenges with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed. The department conducts scholarship and co-curricular experiences that advance communication theory and scholarly insight, and it shares the results with students, the academic community and related professions.
Our Bachelor of Arts degree features five areas of specialization including advertising, communication, journalism, public relations and telecommunications.
Our Master of Arts degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership provides in-depth study on how to make decisions, build strategies, design innovative messages, and change beliefs, attitudes and behaviors. We also offer a graduate certificate in Health Communication Leadership.
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UWF Forensics Team Excels at National TournamentApril 22, 2019 | Susanna Rogers, with contributions by Hannah Gainer
UWF speech and debate competitors were recently recognized for achievements at a biennial convention. On March 20-25, the University of West Florida Speech and Debate team competed at the Pi Kappa Delta Biennial Convention and Tournament, hosted by Hofstra University, in Hempstead, New York.
PGA Tour welcomed UWF Communication studentsApril 15, 2019 | Hannah Gainer
On March 29, University of West Florida Communication students covered the 2019 Rapiscan Systems Classic, a branch of the PGA Senior tour in Saucier, Mississippi.
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Communication at UWF Emerald Coast
Learn more about the BA, Communicaiton coming to UWF Emerald Coast in the fall of 2019.Communication Emerald Coast