Have you ever felt like you were born in the wrong generation? Holding an affinity for the things of the past? Do you ever visit monuments and enjoy reading the plaque stories that took place from another time? If this rings true for you, then you may want to consider majoring in history.
UTSA’s History Program
This program combines the development of informed perspectives, analytical skills, and mastery of content areas that cover the United States and different regions in the world to study a wide range of historical persons, events and time periods. A major in History teaches a student to write effectively and expressively, to think critically, to analyze arguments, and to communicate ideas. These skills will aid in the pursuit of a career in a variety of fields.
At UTSA, you can earn a History degree with an optional concentration in Social Studies. Concentrations are declared after you’ve been admitted and have met with your academic advisor. A concentration in Social Studies is designed for students intending to teach history, geography, government and economics at the secondary school level.
CollegeCollege of Liberal & Fine Arts
DepartmentDepartment of History
UTSA’s University Career Center offers several resources to help students identify and develop the global skills necessary to successfully pursue and achieve lifelong career goals.