Inter-University Conortium
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Tarleton has access to the Inter-University Consortium for political and Social Research (ICPSR).

ICPSR is an international consortium of more than 750 academic institutions research organizations and provides leadership and data access, curation, and methods of analysis for the social science research community. To learn more click here!

New Book
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A New Book by Tarleton Historian Dr. Paul Banda

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Liz Carpenter Award
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Winner of the 2020 Liz Carpenter Award For The Best Book On The History Of Women

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History, Geography and GIS

The mission of the department through the coordination of these disciplines is to provide quality degree programs that will prepare students for a wide range of career options. The department also has a significant role in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts and in accomplishing the mission of the university by guiding all students to become knowledgeable and engaged citizens in their communities through the general education core curriculum. Further, through the core and advanced courses, the department offers support to many other university degree programs. This department includes the disciplines of:

  • History
  • Geography and GIS

Programs and Opportunities

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Social Justice Concentration

The Social Justice Concentration is a new degree plan at Tarleton State University designed to equip students for careers in advocacy work, human services, policy analysis, ministry, and more. 

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Congressional Internships/ Scholarships

Numerous individual and customized opportunities are available for you to participate in internships and service learning in professions related to your major and vocational interests.