UT Tyler Department of Political Science
College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Texas at Tyler Department of Political Science offers undergraduate and graduate programs preparing students for diverse careers in the private and public sectors, including law, political analysis, government, international affairs, political campaigns and education.
As a student in the UT Tyler political science BA/BS degree program, you will:
- Master the political institutions of both Texas and the United States.
- Explore the intricacies of international relations and foreign policy, and compare political systems.
- Gain experience with the law.
- Acquire critical writing, communication and analytical skills.
In the UT Tyler political science MA degree program, you will develop advanced speaking, writing, analytical and research skills in preparation for political science doctoral studies, teaching at the junior college level or employment in the public or private sector.
The award-winning UT Tyler Model United Nations Program offers both undergraduate and graduate students exposure to international diplomacy through in-depth country research, and familiarization with the structures and mandates of the United Nations. Students travel worldwide to participate in Model United Nations conferences, where they are able to learn invaluable skills during simulation that will last a lifetime.
As a participant you will have opportunities to compete at national and international Model UN events, where UT Tyler students have received numerous distinguished awards.
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UT Tyler Model UN Program Recognized at National Conference
Students from The University of Texas at Tyler Model United Nations Program, a part of the Department of Political Science and History, were recognized at this year's National Collegiate Model UN Conference in New York. In recognition of their excellence in the conference as a whole, the UT Tyler delegation, representing Madagascar, received the Distinguished Delegation Award. Read More >>
Model United Nations: More than a class
When asked how I would describe my Model United Nations experience, I immediately placed it somewhere between “The Treaty” episode of Parks and Recreation and season three of House of Cards. Read More >>More Political Sciences News >>