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Undergraduate Program

The Department of History offers a broad range of undergraduate courses in African, East Asian, European, Latin American, Middle Eastern, and United States history, covering chronological periods from ancient to contemporary.

Our faculty has special strengths in African-American history, business history, diplomatic history, environmental history, medical history, medieval studies, Mexican-American history, military history, public history, social history, and women's history.

The History Department welcomes your interest in our undergraduate program and looks forward achieve your academic and career goals.

Courses are taught in a variety of formats, ranging from large lectures to small, seminar-style courses emphasizing discussion. Some courses are also taught through Distance Education.

In our commitment to developing students' critical thinking and writing skills, all classes include writing assignments, which might involve essay examinations, book reviews, or research papers. Those students who are interested in developing their research and writing skills further are encouraged to consider opportunities such as a senior Honors Thesis or an independent study with a faculty member.

Program requirements

The History Department offers the Bachelor of Arts in History and a Minor in History. 

Please click here for a featured  Listing of Courses for Fall 2018.  

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B.A.
in History

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History
Minor

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LAST (Latin American Studies)
Minor

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Undergraduate Advising

Contact

Norma Sides

Undergraduate Advisor
nsides@uh.edu
(713) 743-3121
Room 525 AH

Dr. Cihan Yüksel Muslu

Undergraduate Director
ecyukselmuslu@ uh.edu
(713) 743-TBA
Room 631 AH

Hours for Fall and Spring Semesters

Norma Sides, History Advisor, located in 525-AH is available:

Walk-in:

  • Monday/Tuesday 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
  • Wednesday/Thursday 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.

For appointment requests through email for Spring and Fall:

  • Include your Student ID in all email correspondence with your question and list your major and minor in your email.

For Summer Advising:

  • By Appointment Only