The College of Education offers three undergraduate degrees related to health, education, and the business of culture, sport, and entertainment industries:
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning and Development (ALD)
- Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
- Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Education (KHE)
Degree plans provide detailed information about your major's requirements. Select the degree plan that includes the year you started attending a public Texas college or university after graduating from high-school. If you transferred to UT Austin from a college or university outside Texas or private institution, select the degree plan that includes the year you started attending UT Austin.
The first three majors below prepare you to be a classroom teacher while Youth and Community Studies prepares you to work with people of all ages in a variety of settings that do not require teacher certification.
This degree prepares you for a career as an athletic trainer, an allied health care professional that specializes in the prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and illnesses to athletes and those engaged in physical activity. Many of our graduates pursue advanced degrees that set them up for careers in general medicine, sports medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other allied healthcare professions.
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Our undergraduate majors offer you the opportunity to study 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.
If you are majoring in Kinesiology and Health Education or Youth and Community Studies, you are required to choose a certificate, track, minor, or specialization in order to meet your degree requirements.
Certificates and Minors
The University of Texas at Austin offers several programs that allow you to choose from a set of courses so you can focus on an area of study in addition to your major. Beginning with the 2016-2018 catalog, certificates and minors are recognized on transcripts. University-wide requirements and the available options can be found in the university's Undergraduate Catalog.
If you are interested in preparing for certifications within the fields of Kinesiology and Health, a specialization is a great supplement to your major. The Department of Kinesiology and Health Education offers several options and while they do not appear on your UT Austin transcript or diploma, they are reflected on your profile record and degree audit. For details, please visit our KHE Specializations page.
Tracks are courses in a second field of study designed by the College of Education. Most tracks consist of 15 hours, six of which must be upper-division. Tracks do not appear on your UT Austin transcript or diploma but they are reflected on your profile record and degree audit. Learn more about the available tracks.