The College of Education offers several majors and degree programs for undergraduate students. Graduates not only go on to be teachers, but also doctors, therapists, scientists, and researchers.
Majors and Degree Programs
The College of Education offers three undergraduate degrees including a B.S. in Applied Learning and Development, a B.S. in Athletic Training, and a B.S. in Kinesiology and Health. Within these three degrees students can pick from specific majors.
Applied Learning and Development
We prepare classroom teachers and community leaders with the skills necessary to work with diverse groups.
Kinesiology and Health Education
We prepare professionals in Kinesiology and Health Education with the goal of guiding communities towards a healthy lifestyle.
We offer two transcriptable undergraduate minors to students across the university. The minor in Educational Psychology allows students to take courses in human and adolescent psychology, statistics, career planning, counseling, and more. The minor in Kinesiology and Health Education allows students from outside the department to learn about topics related to health behavior, human movement, physical culture, sport, and much more.
Incoming freshman, transfer students, or current University of Texas students can apply for admission to the College of Education.
Tuition and Scholarships
Resources and Opportunities
We offer more than just an education. Our undergraduate program offers resources such as personalized advising and career services that help students prepare for internships and jobs.
There are also several student organizations that provide valuable experiences to undergrads beyond the classroom.
Our faculty and staff, together with local partners, make up a family of people who are passionate about education and your success. Our Office of Student Success and Recruitment offers resources and programs to support students in academics and college life. Along with current students and a vast alumni group, students have access to many valuable connections.
FIGS and TrIGS
Incoming freshman and transfer students can join student cohorts made up of about 20 students that take courses together during their first year.
Many students take advantage of our opportunities to study abroad in foreign countries. Study abroad is the perfect opportunity to complete courses while experiencing new and exciting cultures.
Our Students Now
Take a look at what our students go on to achieve after graduating.