The College of Education at UT Austin, ranked #8 among public institutions, offers two bachelor’s options for students seeking an undergraduate degree related to health, education or the business of culture, sport and entertainment: a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health. Within these two degrees, the college offers majors ranging from elementary teacher preparation to youth and community studies and applied movement science to sports management. The college also offers more than 15 minors, specializations and tracks that will enrich your undergraduate experience.

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As an undergraduate, you will be prepared to inspire and lead — whether that be in the classroom, a health profession or out in the community. Our graduates not only go on to be teachers, but also doctors, therapists, scientists and researchers.

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Bachelor of Science in Education 

The College of Education offers four majors within the Bachelor of Science in Education degree. Through a unique combination of equity-minded coursework, students are guided by expert faculty and practitioners to manage, lead and teach in a variety of educational and communty-based environments. Students who choose one of the Bachelor of Science in Education majors with a teacher preparation component are also on their way to teacher certification at any grade level.

Bachelor of Science in Education

All-Level Special Education (Early childhood – 12th grade)

Bilingual Core Subjects/Generalist (Early Childhood – 6th Grade)

English as a Second Language Generalist (Early Childhood – 6th Grade)

Youth and Community Studies

Certificates, Minors and Tracks

Certificates and Minors


Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health

The College of Education offers five majors within the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health degree. Through a combination of physical, health-equity and community-minded learning, KHE students have the opportunity to study a wide-range of areas such as human movement, health behavior and the business and culture of sports. Many of our graduates go on to become physical therapists, teachers, coaches, trainers, researchers and more.

Applied Movement Science

Exercise Science

Health Promotion and Behavioral Science

Physical Culture and Sports

Sport Management

Certificates, Minors, Specializations and Tracks

Certificates and Minors



Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training 

This degree prepares students to become athletic trainers in the state of Texas who are focused on the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries related to physical activity. Athletic Training is also appropriate for those interested in continuing their education in medicine, sports medicine, physical therapy and other healthcare professions.

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