UT Tyler Department of History
College of Arts and Sciences
The Department of History at The University of Texas at Tyler offers a broad-based liberal arts education to suit each student's individual interests and career goals.
UT Tyler undergraduate and graduate programs in history provide excellent preparation for careers in a variety of fields, including elementary, secondary and higher education; library and archival work; law; and government.
The department offers the BA/BS in history degree, the MA in history degree and participates in MA/MS degree programs in interdisciplinary studies. Elective courses in history are offered for students seeking other undergraduate and graduate degrees.
In your history courses at UT Tyler, you will learn to:
- Apply critical thinking and historical reasoning to solve contemporary problems.
- Design and implement appropriate research methodologies.
- Convey the results of your scholarly inquiries in effective oral and written communication.
- Understand cultural, political, social, intellectual, technological and economic transformations across time in United States, Western and global settings; and appreciate the consequences of change.
For information, contact: Misty Butler, 903.566.7371
|GATE Education and Psychology HPR 251 4:00 p.m.|
|Wind Ensemble Concert - Cowan Center - 7:30|
|Jazz Ensembles Concert - Cowan Center - 7:30|
|Student Recital - Braithwaite Recital Hall - 12:30|
|GATE Education and Psychology BEP 218 4:00 p.m.|
|Egyptian Culture Brookdale East, 3505 TX-248 Spur, Tyler 2 p.m.|
|Fall Choral Concert - "A Jubilant Song" - First Presbyterian Church - 6:00|
|UT Tyler Opera - Braithwaite Recital Hall - 7:30|