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UT Tyler Honors Program

UT Tyler Honors Program

Grow, Explore and Create with a Special Learning Opportunity

The Honors Program at The University of Texas at Tyler provides an intellectually rigorous, innovative education for students who want to be challenged and stimulated by new ideas, fresh ways of thinking and interdisciplinary opportunities.

By participating in the Honors Program, students will have the opportunity to learn with some of the university's most talented professors in small seminar style classes. Students who complete the Honors Program will earn a special Honors designation on their final transcript. This distinction will reflect each student's enriched studies and accomplishments as a UT Tyler undergraduate. Because of their diverse and enhanced collegiate experience, graduates of the Honors Program are among the most sought-after by employers and graduate schools.

The UT Tyler Honors Program is open to students from all majors. If you are a high school senior interested the Honors Program, please see the incoming freshmen application. If you are a current UT Tyler student interested in the Honors Program, please see the Honors Associate page.

Please explore the links to the left to learn more about the Honors Program at the University of Texas at Tyler.

If you have questions, please see the FAQ or contact the Honors Program at honors@uttyler.edu.

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Honors Courses: Diverse. Expansive.

  • World, Text, and Image I

    Complete a comparative study in the humanities and social sciences from antiquity to the Renaissance. This seminar course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the literature, history and art of this period. The course requires extensive writing.

  • World, Text, and Image II

    Undertake a comparative study in the humanities and social sciences from the Renaissance to the 20th century. This seminar course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the literature, history and art of this period, and requires substantial writing by students.

  • World, Text, and Image III

    Study the social science through a seminar course that emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach, integrating study in such fields as anthropology, history, sociology and/or geography. This course is writing intensive.

  • World, Text, and Image IV

    Explore the fine and performing arts using an interdisciplinary approach that brings together study in music, theater and/or art history. Extensive writing is required.

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