LEADERS IN TEXAS
The College of Education and Human Development has a history of producing the highest number of certified teachers in bilingual education, special education, and STEM-related fields in the state of Texas.
More than a school for teachers, the college is the fourth largest on campus, with more than 7,000 students preparing to be leaders and practitioners in technology, health, sport, and business.
The college offers 19 undergraduate programs, 29 master’s programs, 23 doctoral programs, eight minors and nine graduate certificates, including conferences and programs for those seeking to continue their education and professional development.
The college offers learning communities for both freshmen and transfer students from other disciplines across campus and community colleges.
Through the Marilyn Kent Byrne Student Success Center, housed within Heaton Hall, administration and support staff offer workshops, mentoring, and a safe space for students throughout their time at Texas A&M.
EXPECT MORE OF AGGIE TEACHERS
Students in our teacher education programs are some of the most highly sought after teachers in the state, with a 100% placement rate after graduation.
Many of our health and kinesiology degree programs can be used to build prerequisites for professional school and careers in medicine, dentistry, nursing and physical therapy.
EXPERTS IN THE FIELD
Faculty and staff experts are discovering and developing new ideas and every year through local, state and federally funded research. In 2016, research funding totaled over $23M, including awards from the National Science Foundation, NASA, National Security Agency, and the U.S. Department of Education.
More than 10,000 Aggie educators work in 742 Texas school districts, in all 20 regions, and in 207 counties as teachers, school counselors, principals and senior administrators.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS RANKED 38TH IN THE NATION
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SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM RANKED 21ST IN THE NATION
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