The certificate includes 18 credit hours of graduate-level courses in U.S. History. It is expected to be completed in seven months. Students will complete 12 credit hours in Summer (six credits per five-week session) and six credit hours during Fall.
Courses will be offered in an online format (Summer I: May to June; Summer II: June to July; and Fall: August to December). Both Fall courses will include synchronous meetings in the evening, and summer courses may include synchronous meetings.
All courses are offered online. The required Graduate Certificate in Dual Credit Teaching in U.S. History courses are:
- HS 7350 Topics in U.S. History: Gender (Summer)
- HS 7353 Topics in U.S. History: Social and Economic History (Summer)
- HS 7352 Topics in U.S. History: Political and Military History (Summer)
- HS 7351 Topics in U.S. History: Race and Ethnicity (Summer)
- HS 7343 United States in World History (Fall)
- HS 7345 History of the American West and Borderlands (Fall)
Lindsey Passenger Wieck, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History
Aaron Moreno, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History
Teresa Van Hoy, Ph.D. Professor of History
Gerald E. Poyo, Ph.D. O’Connor Chair for the History of Hispanic Texas and the Southwest
Bradley W. Root, Ph.D. Chair of the Department of History