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History Made Better @ UTA

Interested in exploring the past through a particular theme or vantage point? 

UTA History has it covered. 

The Department regularly offers courses covering labor and environmental history; the history of cartography; women and gender issues; disability; African-American and Mexican-American history, technology and science; military history, archival administration; public history; and geography/GIS, among others.

In recent semesters we have unveiled new course offerings aimed at broadening the curriculum and expanding opportunities for students to investigate the links between the past and present. New additions to the Department’s regular course line-up include:

The Great War, 1914-1918

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

Geography of the United States and Canada

Technology, Culture & Society

Flight Culture and the Human Experience

History of Comparative Civil Rights 

Intercultural Transfers

The Scientific Revolution

History of Video Games

…and more are on the way.

Interested in developing the knowledge and talents you’ll need to succeed after graduation? 

UTA History has that covered, too.

The Department offers an array of experiential learning opportunities that help students develop expertise in data management, spatial analysis, audiovisual production, and basic web design while simultaneously enhancing cognition, comprehension, and composition - vital “soft skills” that are foundational to any and every vocation. 

But don't just take our word for it.

Follow this link to find out why our students think History's made better at UTA!