About the College of Education & Human Development
Consistent with the land grant mission of our university, the teaching, research and service activities of the College of Education & Human Development transform the lives of individuals in our state and across the nation. We offer programs through our four academic departments: Educational Administration & Human Resources Development (EAHR), Educational Psychology (EPSY), Health and Kinesiology (HLKN) and Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC).
Undergraduate Degree Programs
We are the largest producer in the state of teachers in the high-need fields of bilingual education, math and science. We also offer more than 19 degree programs that fit the needs of our diverse undergraduate students.
Graduate Degree Programs
Students interested in pursuing one of the college's 15 master's and 13 doctoral degrees will have opportunities to learn from faculty who are the leading experts in their fields.
Click the links below to see more information about each of our departments.
Educational Administration & Human Resource Development
The Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development (EAHR) develops educational leaders and improves practice through teaching, research and service in the areas of public school administration, human resource development, higher education administration, adult education and student affairs administration.
The Department of Educational Psychology (EPSY) is the largest producer of special and bilingual education teachers in the State of Texas. Students are prepared to become state and national leaders across a variety of disciplines, and high-achieving faculty members use their research to impact the lives of people in Texas and around the country, specifically in the area of child and adult psychology.
Health & Kinesiology
The Department of Health & Kinesiology (HLKN) is comprised of the Divisions of Health Education, Kinesiology, Sport Management and Physical Education Activity Program. The department has about 3,000 undergraduate and 280 graduate students and is ranked first at Texas A&M University in class count, first in student enrollment and first in department salaries per student. Courses generate over 150,000 weighted student credit hours each year, which ranks third at the University. HLKN is also in the top 40 in one-year and five-year external funding at the university.
Teaching, Learning & Culture
The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC) encompasses students, faculty and staff whose efforts and interests center on the many different aspects of academics, teaching and school education. TLAC’s mission is to prepare educators and researchers to build inclusive democratic communities in schools and society through critical and reflective research, teaching and service.
There are countless ways to explore the university's rich traditions and culture, whether it's watching the 12th Man in action at Kyle Field on game day, taking a stroll down Military Walk or attending a Midnight Yell Practice. Go to the Visit Texas A&M site to discover more Texas A&M traditions and learn more about the surrounding area at Visit Aggieland.