We are committed to preparing educators, researchers and leaders to successfully respond to and meet today’s challenges in education and health. Our college is consistently ranked among the best public schools of education in the country and was established in 1891 as the School of Pedagogy. We are home to five academic departments and 10 research centers focused on health, education and sport; 14 offices that support our faculty, staff and students; and the University of Texas High School.
We champion diversity and social justice — in our faculty, staff, students, research, curricula and service to the community — as it creates a rich atmosphere for teaching, learning and inquiry. Our programs are centered on hands-on, research-driven approaches, and students at all levels are encouraged to participate in research projects alongside our expert faculty.
Undergraduate majors and minors prepare students to become leaders in a variety of educational fields, including teaching, therapy, coaching, academia, research and more. Students become certified in their field through intensive coursework and hands-on experiences, and many choose to further their education with a graduate program that expands their expertise.Learn More
Our master’s degree programs enable and empower students who want to make an impact in a specialized area of education. Through rigorous coursework and fieldwork, students work closely with faculty to research social, economic, policy and health issues that affect teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond.Learn More
Our doctoral programs offer research-driven experiences that pair theory and practice in collaborative environments and programs. Through specialized coursework and critical scholarship, students will be prepared to become policy-shaping leaders, researchers, professors and others who advance education and shape its future in the U.S. and beyond.Learn More
Our post-baccalaureate programs prepare students who already have a bachelor’s degree or higher to become teachers. Students learn the craft of teaching through coursework as well as the basic fundamentals of teaching. They will also gain real-world classroom experience through observations and student teachingLearn More
Educator Preparation Programs
UT offers state- and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)-approved teacher preparation programs. Our college works with students across campus who want to become certified teachers in early childhood, elementary, middle and high school classrooms, as well as administrative and other support roles in schools. We offer paths to certification for undergraduates, post-baccalaureates, graduate students and working professionals.Learn More