Resources for Current Students
The College of Education has more than 3,500 students pursuing a variety of academic degrees in education fields. More than 150 faculty members, many of whom have received national recognition for their research productivity and professional leadership, are dedicated to training tomorrow's educators.
These pages contain resources for current College of Education students, including information on advising and step-by-step guides to degree programs and teacher's certification.
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 a total of 10 majors. We also have certification options beyond degree plans..
The Student Dean's Office (Sanchez Bldg. room 216) coordinates undergraduate advising in the college.
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Graduation and Honors
Important information for students about to graduate
For graduate advising see your department. For certification related advising see undergraduate advising.
Graduate Programs and Specialization
Overview of graduate programs offered in the College of Education
UT Office of Graduate Studies
The Graduate School Website offers a wealth of Resources to help you succeed in graduate school.
Information on the Admissions procedures for the University of Texas (be sure to contact the program to which you are applying)
The College of Education Teacher Certification Programs seek to enable students to become successful educators.
This section describes the Teacher Certification Programs offered at the University.
The Field Experiences Office coordinates the application process and preservice field placements throughout the Professional Development Sequence (PDS) in each of the certification programs.
Career Services provides resources, information, and career opportunities for College of Education students and alumni.
The College of Education offers several scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students.
The ITO Help Desk provides hardware and software assistance for pre-service teachers and faculty.
Online application to reserve equipment and facilities from ITO
The College of Education has a generous list of student organizations to meet your needs.