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E M P LOY E R G U I D E Hire an Argo


MEET THE STAFF Lauren Loeffler

Director of Career Services

Nathan Ford

Associate Director of Career Services

Britni Armstrong

TABLE OF CONTENTS P2: Welcome to UWF P4: Whatever Your Hiring Needs, Hire an Argo! P5: Recruiting Opportinities at UWF

Employer Connections & Event Specialist

P6: Recruit Smart by Investing in Experiential Learning

Ester Molder

P9 - 11: Legal Issues: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) UWF Recruiting Standards

Career Planning Coordinator, Fort Walton Beach

P12 - 13: UWF Academic Programs

CONTACT US PENSACOLA

Web uwf.edu/career Phone 850.474.2254 Email career@uwf.edu Address 11000 University Pkwy., Bldg. 19 Pensacola, FL 32514

FORT WALTON BEACH

Web uwf.edu/career Phone 850.863.6575 Email emolder@uwf.edu Address 1170 MLK Jr. Blvd., Bldg. 2 Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547


A letter from the Director of Career Services

Lauren Loeffler As the Director of Career Services at the University of West Florida, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for interest in hiring a UWF student. Our students have worked hard both in and outside the classroom to prepare for their futures. We look forward to facilitating the connection between you and these talented students. Career Services provides comprehensive career development services to over 12,000 students. We work with students at every stage of their career development process. We’re focused on helping students Explore, Discover, Prepare, and Implement to turn their passion into a career. Through this process, students are encouraged to participate in experiential learning opportunities. Whether informal through volunteering, or, formal through internship or cooperative education, our students are graduating with relevant experience and skills needed to hit the ground running in their career. We also provide our employers with exceptional service in your pursuit to finding the “right fit” for your positions. Our staff regularly conduct consulting appointments with employers to assist with creating a brand on campus and attracting qualified candidates. The information and guidelines contained in this guide are designed to do just that. Please take a moment to read through them and, as always, let us know if you have any questions 850.474.2254. We look forward to partnering with you and remember, Hire an Argo!

Lauren Lauren Loeffler

Director, Career Services


Welcome to UWF

Founded in 1963, the University of West Florida is a vibrant, distinctive institute of higher learning with undergraduate, graduate and targeted research programs. With multiple locations in Northwest Florida, the University serves a student population of more than 12,000. (uwf.edu/about)

2013 Enrollment Info: • Undergraduate Headcount: 10,158 • Graduate Headcount: 2,430 • Total Headcount: 12,588

Student Origin –Fall Headcount Leading Florida Counties Escambia – 3,107 Santa Rosa – 2,076 Okaloosa – 1,563 Bay – 306 Duval – 294 Broward – 266 Hillsborough – 234 Leon – 220

Leading States

Florida – 10,665 Alabama – 429 California – 147 Georgia – 99 Texas – 75 Virginia – 75 North Carolina – 53 New York - 52

Main Campus (Pensacola)

The UWF main campus spans 1,600 acres and is located just minutes away from historic Pensacola and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. It features stateof-the-art facilities comfortable residence halls, and a beautiful landscape that offers a variety of recreational activities.

Awards & Recgonition:

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Leading Countries

United States – 12,002 Brazil – 49 Germany – 31 China – 29 Colombia – 29 Haiti – 29 Canada – 27 Jamaica – 25

UWF Emerald Coast

UWF serves students along the Emerald Coast through its Fort Walton Beach Campus, Crestview Office, Eglin Air Force Base Center, Hurlburt Field Office and UWF/UF REEF (Research and Engineering Educational Facility). Catering to the needs of traditional and non-traditional students, UWF Emerald Coast offers curriculums specifically for students who have already earned 60 or more semester hours.

Listed in Forbes “America’s Top Colleges” (2011, 2012) Designated as a “Best Southeastern College” by the Princeton Review (2003 – 2013) Featured in Military Advanced Education’s Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities (2008 –2013) Named a top military-friendly school by G.I. Jobs magazine (2008-2013) Ranked No. 22 on the “Best for Vets: Colleges 2014 rankings by Military Times (2013) Ranked No. 13 in the “Top Colleges for Future Service Members in Florida” by The College Database. (2013) Listed in Princeton Review’s “Guide to 311 Green Colleges” (2011-2013) Listed in the “Great Colleges to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education (2011, 2012)

For more information about the University plese visit uwf.edu


Our Office

3 Interview rooms with phone & Skype capabilities 2 Conference rooms with phone & Skype capabilities 1 Employer Lounge with phone, internet & work station


Whatever Your Hiring Needs, Create your recruitment strategy

Hire an Argo!

Employers from across Northwest Florida and the country recruit talent from UWF. Career Services offers a variety of recruiting options including job listings, career recruiting events, on-campus interviews, Meet and Greets, and other networking opportunities. We are excited to consult with you to create a recruiting plan that fits your needs, no matter your organization’s size or need. We are a comprehensive office; we serve all colleges and academic programs. Let us assist you with developing Cooperative Education (CoOp) or Internship programs, promoting your non-profit organization’s volunteer opportunities or seeking the entry-level or developing professional.

Services we offer employers POST YOUR JOB WITH JASONQUEST Utilize JasonQuest to post full-time, internship, CoOp, volunteer or part-time positions. This is the online job database that connects employers to UWF students. JasonQuest accounts are free and they allow you to register for career events, track applicants to posted positions, and schedule on-campus interviews. Develop your account by going to www.uwf.edu/career and clicking on the JasonQuest Employer link. (Cost FREE!)

CAREER EVENTS There are recruiting events to fit anyone’s needs- large, small and everything in between. Dates and times are subject to change. (Cost of attendance ranges from $75-$335) * Fall Semester • Fall Career Showcase • Graduate & Professional School Expo • Part-Time Job Fair

Spring Semester • Reverse Career Fair • Spring Career Showcase • Summer Camp & Job Fair

* Events and programs are planned based on the needs of UWF students, there is a possibility not all events will be offered every year.

CAREER MEET & GREETS Develop your own 2-3.5 hour session! We assist you with strategically marketing your company on campus, table/room reservations, and determining the best location on campus to host your event. (Cost $75) ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS Maximize your position branding by hosting an on-campus interview. Let us help you with promoting your position, visit to campus, and organizing with additional strategic marketing! (Cost $75)

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Recruiting Opportunities at UWF Part Time Job Fair Finding great part-time employees can be hard. The Annual Part-Time Job Fair will be a great resource for your organization to meet great student candidates for all of your positions!

UWF Fall Career Expo Maximize your recruiting potential by participating in UWF’s Fall Career Showcase. This year we have combined our Business Career Expo and our Technology Expo into one event! These two beautiful locations host students within the Business field and the Technology field. If you are interested in business, marketing, advertising, management, and/or sales oriented professions, register for a table in the College of Business! If students in the sciences, technology, mathematics or engineering fields are your need, register for a table in the School of Science and Engineering. If you want to maximize recruiting potential, then how about two tables for a low registration cost? Networking events hosted at these locations have greatly increased student attendance and allowed for faculty and staff participation.

Reverse Career Fair A Reverse Career Fair FLIPS a traditional Career Fair. Instead of an employer hosting the table, members of registered student organizations are the hosts and employer contacts visit the tables to learn more about students & their organization.

UWF Spring Career Showcase Maximize your recruiting potential by participating in the UWF Spring Career Showcase. Two recruiting venues await! You may choose to recruit for students interested in business, marketing, advertising, management, and/or sales oriented professions by signing up for a table in the Business Education Center. If students in the sciences, technology, mathematics or engineering fields are your need, register for a table in the School of Science and Engineering. If you want to maximize recruiting potential, then how about two tables for a low registration cost? Networking events hosted at these locations have greatly increased student attendance and allowed for faculty and staff participation.

UWF Summer Camp & Internship Career Fair Do you find yourself in need of seasonal employees? This event is a great fit for employers who find themselves busy in the summer - restaurants, resorts, camps, summer children’s programs, and retail.

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# of students attending recruiting events

2013-2014 UWF Career Services Metrics Report

251

# of employers who attended recruiting events

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# of Meet & Greets hosted

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Recruit Smart by Investing in Experiential Learning

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING programs are formal, supervised learning experiences that rely substantially on

students’ application of knowledge and information acquired from their academic program directly to real work. Experiential Learning should incorporate clear objectives of what the student will learn. If you feel like you have opportunities that are reflective of any of the programs below, consult with UWF Career Services.

SERVICE-BASED PROGRAMS Non-profit organizations have the ability to seek students as volunteers in addition to seeking Interns or CoOp candidates. The most common volunteer service-based programs are SERVICE LEARNING or FIELD STUDY. • Service Learning is a program component of a course for an individual or group with the experience connected to the academic course. • Field Study allows students to perform service in a field directly related to their major for 30, 60 or 90 hours of volunteer work.

INTERNSHIP An internship is most often a one semester experience that may or may not be for course credit. It may also be paid or non-paid; however, non-paid internships must comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Paid internship must comply with the minimum wage and overtime pay requirements under FLSA. House per week are determined by employer and intern for both types of internship positions.

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Cooperative Education programs (CoOp) are multisemester experiences that are always paid and always for academic credit. Students may choose from two types of CoOps: parallel or alternating. A parallel CoOp student works and goes to schools at least 3 semesters in a row, averaging 15-25 hours per week at work and 9-12 academic credit hours (3-4 classes). An alternating CoOp student alternates between workplace and school semester by semester, working 40 hours a weekduring work terms and going to school full time during academic terms

Weighing the benefits : Internship & Cooperative Education • • • •

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Both are intended to be learning experiences for the student Internships work well for short-term projects, typically only taking about 4 months to complete The commitment for the employer & student is shorter for interns CoOps work well for any organization looking to have an “intern” longer than a semester

Orga EXPE nizations who i RIEN recie TIAL LE nvest in v ARN e ma Expe n IN r effec iential Lea y benefits G tive h . r n ing c irin often infuse g tool an an be an d st ne skills into t w knowle udents d he or ganiz ge and ation .


Success Stories

In the Fall of 2011, UWF Career Services met with Cox Communications Human Resources to develop internship and CoOp programs. Among students selected by Cox Communications, Raul Martinez and Sergio Garcia have found success after completing the programs and graduating. Raul Martinez ‘12 Originally from Miami and majored in Marketing with a specialization in E-Commerce and a specialization in supply chain logistics. Raul worked as the Cox Marketing Intern. Raul’s experience paid off and he was recently selected as a full-time Media Consultant for Cox in Gainesville, FL. “I think that Cox Media is a great company to work for. The company culture is great and employees truly take interest in helping one another.” When asked on what advice he would give to UWF students, Raul said, “Get involved as much as possible. I joined the Lambda Beta Chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and was heavily involved with them throughout my course in college.” Raul was able to take the leadership and time management skills learned as Chapter President to Cox to make himself more valuable to the Company.

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Sergio Garcia ‘11 Moved six years ago to the US from Peru with the goal of receiving a degree from an American university. He recently completed his degree in accounting from UWF, building on his previous background in economics. Sergio was selected for the Customer Care internship with Cox which led to a full time job as a Sales Operations Analyst of the Florida. In just 10 months with the company, Sergio applied to another position as a Financial Analyst at the Business Operations Department in the Cox Corporate office in Atlanta. He is moving to Atlanta and planning to begin working on a Master’s in Finance.

Conversion rate of interns to full-time employees

(2013 NACE Internship & CoOp Survey)

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Request a Consult! This guide is meant to be a starting point for Hiring an Argo! If, at any time, you or a colleague would like to visit campus, or have us come visit you, you can request a consult. For any inquires or job posting questions you can contact our office at 850.474.2254 or career@uwf.edu


Legal Issues:

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act This fact sheet provides general information to help determine whether interns must be paid the minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act for the services that they provide to “for-profit” private sector employers. Background The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) defines the term “employ” very broadly as including to “suffer or permit to work.” Covered and non-exempt individuals who are “suffered or permitted” to work must be compensated under the law for the services they perform for an employer. Internships in the “for-profit” private sector will most often be viewed as employment, unless the test described below relating to trainees is met. Interns in the “for-profit” private sector who qualify as employees rather than trainees typically must be paid at least the minimum wage and overtime compensation for hours worked over forty in a workweek. The Test For Unpaid Interns There are some circumstances under which individuals who participate in “for-profit” private sector internships or training programs may do so without compensation. The Supreme Court has held that the term “suffer or permit to work” cannot be interpreted so as to make a person whose work serves only his or her own interest an employee of another who provides aid or instruction. This may apply to interns who receive training for their own educational benefit if the training meets certain criteria. The determination of whether an internship or training program meets this exclusion depends upon all of the facts and circumstances of each such program. The following six criteria must be applied when making this determination: 1. The internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training which would be given in an educational environment; 2. The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern; 3. The intern does not displace regular employees, but works under close supervision of existing staff; 4. The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded; 5. The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship; and 6. The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship. * Law guidelines and information from the US Department of Labor: Wage and Hour Division (WHD) http://www.wagehour.dol.gov

For more information about the FLSA visit: http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm


Legal Issues:

UWF Recruiting Standards Utilizing JasonQuest: UWF Career Services works with corporate, non-profit, and government employers to post internships, cooperative education opportunities, volunteer and service experiences, as well as full-time and part-time jobs for UWF students and alumni. These opportunities, which shall be referred to as “employment” for the purposes of this agreement, are listed through JasonQuest. • The University of West Florida Career Services Office makes no particular recommendation regarding off-campus employers or agencies. • JasonQuest is to be utilized to post employment opportunities only. Postings that incorporate advertisements of an organization’s goods or services will not be posted. • The University of West Florida is not responsible for the relationship between the student/alumni and the employer/agency. • Some JasonQuest student profile information is self-reported. UWF Students and alumni are expected to represent themselves accurately. Misrepresentation or presenting false information in JasonQuest could result in a violation of the UWF Student Code of Conduct. Alumni providing false information could be prohibited in using Career Services programs and services. • The University of West Florida is not responsible for the safety, wages, or working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment or work-based or service experiences of the student/alumni. • Career Services reserves the right to refuse to post jobs or provide services for employers that do not support the educational mission of the University. • All job listings and volunteer opportunities are posted at the discretion of the University of West Florida Career Services Staff. We will not post jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of age, color, disability, gender (including gender identity and sex), marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, and veteran status.

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Legal Issues:

UWF Recruiting Standards General Recruitment:

Career Services asks that employment professionals abide by the following guidelines. Employer representatives who do not act in accord to these guidelines could risk being blocked from recruitment and usage of services. Career Services at the University of West Florida follows the NACE, National Association of Colleges and Employers, Principles for Professional Conduct. (http://www.naceweb.org/principles/)

Provide accurate information. Employment

professionals will supply accurate information on their organization and employment opportunities.

Maintain Fair Recruitment. Neither employment

professionals nor their organizations will seek special favors or treatment which would influence their recruitment process as a result of support to the educational institution or Career Services office in the form of contributed services, gifts, or other financial support.

Maintain nondiscrimination policy. Employment

professionals will maintain equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and follow affirmative action principles in recruiting activities.

Maintain confidentiality. Employment professionals will maintain the confidentiality of student information.

Use assessment tools and tests appropriately.

Employment professionals engaged in administering, evaluating, and interpreting assessment tools, tests, and technology used in selection will be trained and qualified to do so. Employment professionals must advise students/alumni in a timely manner of the type and purpose of any test that students/alumni will be required to take as part of the recruitment process.

Third-party recruiting agency policy. If you are a third-

party recruiter posting a job for a client, it is necessary to disclose the client name for which you are recruiting in the Job Description Box. All positions posted by thirdparty recruiters without the client name will be deleted from the JasonQuest system. Third-party recruiters are eligible to participate in the Career Services events if they are recruiting for their own organization or if they state the organizations they are representing at the time of the fair.

Temporary agencies or staffing services. Temporary

agencies or staffing services are employers, not thirdparty recruiters, and will be expected to comply with the professional conduct principles set forth for employer professionals. These are organizations that contract to provide individuals qualified to perform specific tasks or complete specific projects for a client organization. Individuals perform work at the client organization, but are employed and paid by the agency.

Follow career services policy when working with external UWF departments. When employment

professionals conduct recruitment activities through student associations or academic departments, such activities will be conducted in accordance with the policies of Career Services.

Follow Career Services Event registration policy. Career

Services will be happy to refund your registration fee, if and only if, you cancel two (2) weeks or more prior to the Career Services event. If you have not paid in full and cancel less than two (2) weeks prior to the event, you will be held responsible for payment.

Non-Profit/Service Agency. Non-profit service

agencies have access to JasonQuest to market fulltime, internship, part-time, CoOp, and volunteer opportunities. Non-profit/service agencies may also be eligible for waived fees for Meet & Greets and On Campus Interviews.

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How to:

Write an effective job description A well-written job description contains a few common elements. Those elements are task and knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA) statements. Task statements are the essential duties of a job and KSAs are required to adequately perform those tasks. Examples of potential task statements for a sales manager position might include: Oversees regional sales managers by communicating daily via telephone, email, facsimile machine, and in person (e.g., traveling to store locations on a monthly basis) in order to ensure smooth operation of sales branches.

Plans budgets for each sales branch by using Quickbooks and Microsoft Excel to analyze balance sheets and projections, while meeting with branch managers collectively and individually to discuss the allocation of resources so as to increase profits company-wide.

Task statements answer the questions what is the action, to whom or what is the action directed, how is it accomplished, and why is the task performed? When writing task statements, it is important to ensure that they represent bona fide occupational qualifications to comply with labor laws. A method commonly employed by human resource professionals to develop legally defensible tasks and KSAs is the job analysis. A few online resources that may help to develop task statements and KSAs are O*Net and the Occupational Outlook Handbook. These websites may serve as a guide to help formulate and tailor your job descriptions. Also, the following link to a job description writer may provide some additional guidance: http://www.acinet.org/acinet/JobWriter/default.aspx). Please contact Career Services for more information.

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Example Job Description: BENEFITS ASSISTANT †SUMMARY OF MAJOR FUNCTIONS:

The Benefits Assistant position provides suggestions or requests of information regarding personal benefits, maintains and updates internal and vendor databases, and is responsible for contacting employees regarding changes in benefits to provide individual support for employees. The person in this position works under general supervision, is responsible for various shifts, may be subject to over 40 hours per week and callback as required and may also be required to remain on campus immediately before, during and after severe weather and/or disasters.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Counsels current and former employees by providing recommendations about benefits policies and procedures (e.g., transfers, retirement plans) through face-to-face meetings in order to comply with organizational values). 2. Responds to employee inquiries by answering telephone calls, and sending emails, faxes, and letters regarding benefits information to ensure employees receive accurate benefits information in a timely manner. 3. Determines benefit deductions due from employees’ paychecks through the Payroll system by calculating the cost of benefits (e.g., referring to vendor databases for correct pricing) to ensure correct payments from employees. 4. Updates employee and vendor databases (e.g., Ceridian, Maxcare) by locating employee benefits files using computer software (e.g., Excel, Word, Lawson) to identify status changes and to supply vendors with current employee information. 5. Processes monthly billing reports by compiling invoices from outside vendors (e.g., MetLife, BCBS), using internet and office software (e.g., Excel, Lawson) to ensure continued benefits coverage for employees and timely payment of bills. 6. Performs other duties as assigned to support the duties and responsibilities of the job and operational needs of the department and organization. 7. Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to perform the tasks listed on the competencies list as prescribed by the department. 8. Adheres to the essential functions of performance standards and the code of conduct as presented during the employee orientation, in the department and throughout the organization.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR JOB:

Detailed summary of required and preferred: Registrations, certifications, licensures, education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • • • • • • • • • •

Knowledge of computer software (e.g., Excel, Word) Knowledge of state and federal legal regulations (e.g., HIPPA) Skill in computer typing (e.g., meet Benefits Dept. minimum words per minute standard) Ability to actively listen (e.g., giving full attention to others, not interrupting)Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally Ability to organize and sort information (e.g., filing employee documents, locating files) Ability to interact with others (e.g., customer service, positive attitude) Ability to perform mathematical calculations (e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication) Ability to multi-task (e.g., manage multiple goals, manage time) Ability to operate office equipment (e.g., fax machine, copy machine, scanner) Ability to work independently and in a team environment

Minimum and Preferred Qualifications • •

Must be able to pass a typing test High School Diploma or Equivalent

† Permission of use granted by Applied Solutions Consulting

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UWF Academic Programs Undergraduate Degrees, Specializations, and Minors For information on Master’s, Specialist, and Doctoral Degrees, see the Graduate Catalog. UWF awards the following Undergraduate Degrees: Associate Degrees A.A. - Associate of Arts Associate of Arts, A.A. Pre-Engineering, A.A. Pre-Pharmacy, A.A. Bachelor Degrees B.A. - Bachelor of Arts B.F.A. - Bachelor of Fine Arts B.M. - Bachelor of Music B.M.E. - Bachelor of Music Education B.S. - Bachelor of Science B.S.B.A.- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration B.S.C.E. - Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering B.S.E.E. - Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering B.S.N. - Bachelor of Science in Nursing* Accounting, B.S.B.A. Anthropology, B.A. Archaeology Biological Anthropology Cultural Anthropology General Anthropology Art, B.A. Art History Graphic Design Studio Art Arts, Fine, B.F.A. Art Digital Art Athletic Training, B.S.* Biology, B.S. General Biology Pre-Professional/Medical Sciences Biology, UWF Honors/USF Medical Education Cooperative Program, B.S.* Business, General B.S.B.A. Career & Technical Education, B.S. Workforce and Program Development Chemistry, B.A. Chemistry Chemistry/Biochemistry Chemistry, B.S. Chemistry Chemistry/Biochemistry Clinical Laboratory Sciences, B.S.* Communication Arts, B.A. Advertising Journalism Communication Public Relations Telecommunication & Film

Community Health Education, B.S. Computer Engineering, B.S.C.E. Computer Science, B.S. Computer Information Systems Computer Science Software Engineering Criminal Justice, B.A.** Economics, B.A. Economics (Business), B.S.B.A. Comprehensive Economics Global Economics Education, Elementary, B.A. Elementary Education Certification Educational Studies Education, Exceptional Student, B.A. Exceptional Student Education Certification Educational Studies Education, Music, B.M.E. Electrical Engineering, B.S.E.E. Engineering Technology, B.S. Building Construction Information Engineering Technology English, B.A. English/Liberal Arts English/Writing Environmental Science, B.S. Environmental Management Natural Science Finance, B.S.B.A. Health, Leisure & Exercise Science, B.S. Exercise Science Physical Education Physical Education/Teacher Education Sport Management Health Sciences, B.S. Aging Studies Allied Health Communication Health Care Administration Health Care Ethics Health Care Professional Medical Information Technology Psychology of Health Public Health History, B.A. History Pre-Law Hospitality, Recreation, & Resort Mgmt., B.S. Humanities, Interdisciplinary, B.A. Arts Administration Women’s and Gender Studies Information Technology, Interdisciplinary, B.S. Digital Enterprise Information Technology Networking & Telecomm. Technologies International Studies, B.A. Legal Studies, B.A. Management, B.S.B.A.

Undergrad

Management Information Systems, B.S.B.A. Marine Biology, B.S. Maritime Studies, B.A. Marketing, B.S.B.A. Comprehensive Marketing Global Marketing Sales Management Supply Chain Logistics Mathematics, B.S. Music, B.M. Music Performance Nursing, B.S.N.* B.S.N. R.N./B.S.N. Ocean Sciences, B.S. Philosophy, B.A. Physics, B.S. Engineering Physics Physics Political Science, B.A. Political Science Pre-Law Psychology, B.A. Sciences, Interdisciplinary, B.S. Pre-Pharmacy Zoo Science Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary, B.A. Children and Society Diversity Studies Social Work, B.A. Theatre, B.A. Theatre, B.F.A. * Limited Access programs ** Accelerated Bachelor to Master’s program option available Special Programs Teacher Education Programs Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Air Force Army


UWF Academic Programs UWF awards the following Graduate Degrees: Masters Degrees M.A. Master of Arts M.Acc. Master of Accountancy M.B.A. Master of Business Administration M.Ed. Master of Education M.P.H. Master of Public Health M.S. Master of Science M.S.A. Master of Science in Administration M.S.N. Master of Science in Nursing M.S.W. Master of Science in Social Work Specialist Degrees Ed.S. Specialist in Education Doctoral Degrees Ed.D. Doctor of Education Master’s Degrees Accountancy, M.Acc. Professional Accountancy Taxation Administration, M.S.A. Acquisition & Contract Administration Database Administration Geographic Information Science Healthcare Administration Human Performance Tech. Leadership Public Administration Software Engineering Administration Anthropology, M.A. Anthropology Historical Archaeology

Biology, M.S. Biology Coastal Zone Studies Environmental Biology Business Administration, M.B.A. College Student Affairs Administration, M.Ed. Communication Arts, M.A. Strategic Communication & Leadership Community Health Education, M.S. Aging Studies Health Promotion & Worksite Wellness Psycho-Social Computer Science, M.S. Computer Science Database Systems Software Engineering Criminal Justice, M.S. * Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed. Elementary Education Comprehensive Middle Level Education Comprehensive Primary Education Comprehensive Secondary Education Comprehensive Educational Leadership, M.Ed. Educational Leadership Certification Education & Training Mgnt. (ETMS) ETMS-Human Perf. Tech. Subspecialty ETMS-Instructional Tech. Subspecialty English, M.A. Creative Writing Literature Environmental Science, M.S. Exceptional Student Education, M.A. Exceptional Student Education Comp.

Graduate

Health, Leisure & Exercise Science, M.S. Exercise Science Physical Education History, M.A. History Public History Instructional Technology, M.Ed. Mathematics, M.S. Nursing, M.S.N. Leadership and Management Education Political Science, M.A. Psychology, M.A. Counseling Counseling - L.M. Health Counselor General Psychology Industrial-Organizational Public Health, M.P.H. Reading, M.Ed. Social Work, M.S.W. Educational Specialist Degrees Curriculum & Instruction, Ed.S. Educational Leadership, Ed.S. Doctoral Degrees Curriculum & Instruction, Ed.D. Administrative Studies Curriculum & Diversity Studies Instructional Technology Physical Education and Health Sciences & Social Sciences Teacher Education * Accelerated Bachelor to Master’s program option available. See Undergraduate Catalog for details.

NEW Degree programs starting in Fall 2014: • Computer Science Certificate in Cyber Security • Doctorate of Education, specialization in Computer Science • Doctorate of Physical Therapy

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Main Campus Location 11000 University Parkway Building 19 Pensacola, FL 32514 850.474.2254

Emerald Coast Location 1170 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Building 2, Suite 201 Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 850.863.6575

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