Students seeking to make a difference in the world can find no better place to start than UT's College of Social Sciences, Mathematics and Education (CSSME). Whether criminal investigation or teacher certification, world affairs or global technology, the college offers programs in some of today's most in-demand career paths.
The College consists of seven departments with curricula in eight core undergraduate disciplines.
- Computer Science
- Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Education (Elementary and Secondary)
- History, Sociology, Geography and Legal Studies
- Political Science and International Studies
From these eight areas, students may earn one of more than 30 different majors, minors or certificates. The college also offers three distinct graduate education programs and a graduate criminology program.
|CAPACS – Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology: Applied Sociology Concentration|
|The Florida Department of Education approves UT's education programs.|
|The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) has certified UT's B.S. program in Criminology and Criminal Justice.|
|All undergraduate educator preparation programs, as well as the graduate program in educational leadership, have been nationally accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation.|
The conference allows students to present original, empirical research within any area of the disciplines represented by CSSME.