As an integral part of a liberal arts education, history courses introduce students to different historical eras, diverse cultures, famous and ordinary women and men, and a variety of geographical settings. Our courses challenge students to think critically, express themselves clearly, and become informed and responsible citizens in an increasingly interconnected world. Students majoring or minoring in history may become teachers or seek employment in business or government. History is an excellent background for those who wish later to go to law school or enter journalism.
Do you want to explore and study the world? Now, you have the chance!
UTRGV's CHAPS was featured in The Brownsville Herald.
Check out the new Interdisciplinary Lecture and Engagement Series on Global Latin America.
Together with Lisa Fine, Amy Hay published an article on the Lead Poisoning in Flint. You can read the full article here.
Linda English is the new director of UTRGV's Gender and Women's Studies Program. Check out the program's website by clicking here.
For the latest academic achievements of our faculty please click here.