History Program

Program Overview/Mission

A degree in history offers some of the best intellectual and life training available. Studying history helps improve your skills in analysis, communication and problem-solving. These skills are necessary in whatever profession you might pursue in the future, whether it be in archival or library work, business, journalism, the legal field or teaching. Historical inquiry also exposes you to alternative perspectives and thereby helps make you a better citizen of a global and dynamic world. Come join us in making history at University of Houston-Clear Lake!


Program Degrees

Admission Requirements

Program Faculty

Neal T. Dugre
Neal Dugre

Neal Dugre

Assistant Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3358
Email: Dugre@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 1508.11

Faculty Bio

Barbara Hales
Barbara Hales

Barbara Hales

Associate Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3411
Email: hales@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou Suite 1508

Faculty Bio

Daniel Haworth
Daniel Haworth

Daniel S. Haworth

Associate Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3322
Email: haworth@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 1508

Faculty Bio

Adam Hodges
Adam Hodges

Adam Hodges

Associate Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3395
Email: hodgesaj@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 1508-25

Faculty Bio

Angela Howard
Angela Howard

Angela Howard

Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3369
Email: howarda@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 2121.03

Faculty Bio

Cengiz Sisman
Cengiz Sisman

Cengiz Sisman

Associate Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3472
Email: sisman@uhcl.edu
Office: B2233.04

Faculty Bio

Jonathon Zophy
Jonathan Zophy

Jonathan W. Zophy

Professor of History,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3370
Email: zophy@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 2121.05

Faculty Bio

Curriculum and Instruction

Undergraduate Program (Bachelor of Arts)
The undergraduate program in History allows students to work closely with dedicated faculty to learn about the people, events, and ideas that shaped daily life in places as far removed as Ancient Rome and as familiar as the 21st century United States. More importantly, our majors acquire valuable training in advanced critical thinking and writing, both skills that make a Bachelor of Arts in History one of the most versatile degrees undergraduates can earn.

Graduate Program (Master of Arts)
The graduate program in History is designed to facilitate an advanced level of historical inquiry into United States, European, Early American, Latin American, Middle Eastern and cinema history. Students in our program come from diverse backgrounds, and benefit from small class sizes that allow for close interaction with History Faculty and fellow students. Our faculty are accomplished scholars and exceptional teachers, eager to guide you through coursework as well as the final stages of the degree. Many of our graduate courses are offered in the evening, making them easier to fit into busy work and family schedules..

Additional Information

For additional information about History program faculty and courses, contact:

Dr. Adam Hodges
Associate Professor of History and Program Director
hodgesaj@uhcl.edu
281-283-3395