The College of Education is committed to bridging research to practice and to preparing educators, researchers, and leaders to join us in responding to pressing challenges in education and health.
We are 3rd in total research expenditures, 1st in research expenditures as a percent of total expenditures at UT Austin.
4 Top 10 Ranked Programs
#15 College of Education in the U.S.
2021 U.S. News & World Report Ranking
Kinesiology and Health Education ranked by the National Academy of Kinesiology
degrees granted in
the last decade
Data source: COLA Reporting Toolkit, 2020
Note: includes bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees earned.
Data source: HookedIn, 2020
Student Enrollment: Fall 2020
10 majors and 2 minors across 3 programs
799 Graduate Students
Data source: Cognos, 2020
Note: includes formula-funded students only
College-wide Student Demographics
Multi-racial means two or more races reported not including Black or Hispanic.
Our Faculty: Fall 2020
272 faculty members: 109 tenured/tenure-track, 163 non-tenured/non-tenured-track
2nd most diverse population of tenured/tenure-track faculty at UT Austin
Many have been recognized for their work in their fields and for excellence in the classroom.
Data source: Cognos, 2020 (based on federal ethnicity/race codes)
Note: includes all tenured/tenure track faculty (n=109)
Strong Teacher Preparation Programs
Our teacher preparation programs have been rated as “Accredited” by the Texas Education Agency for the last 10 years.