The idea of Texas is so much more than the Alamo, longhorns, and oil wells. There is a particular ethos to the place, a particular way of viewing the world, that makes it a unique, and sometimes challenging, place to live, work, and thrive. Hang on to your hats . . . this course will give you a quick overview of the Lone Star State and reveal some things that might even surprise you.
This is a bedrock/foundational course for the study of Texas History, and is the entry point for the Texas Studies minor offered on campus and Online. Topics include:
- Natural Resources,
- Recreation, and
This course serves as an introduction to living and working in the state of Texas and is an asynchronous, autonomous course. Students will be enrolled and work through the curriculum, earning a number of “badges” upon successful completion of each of fifteen units as they proceed through the course. The grade will be calculated as a percentage of lessons (out of fifteen) that are successfully completed.