Resources for Prospective Students
As one of the top professional schools in the country, the College of Education trains future educators to bring vision and leadership to the teaching and learning processes in a creative and diverse environment. Undergraduate teacher preparation is a faculty priority; our students average 98 percent on the state certification test, and the College has the highest pass rate of any Texas public institution of higher education. Our graduate programs have received nationwide acclaim, with a Community College Leadership Program that has graduated more presidents and deans of community colleges than any other program in the country.
These pages contain resources for prospective students who are considering attending the UT College of Education, including information on our admissions policies and undergraduate and graduate 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 a total of 10 majors. We also have certification options beyond degree plans. .
Graduate Programs and Specialization
Overview of graduate programs offered in the College of Education
The Teacher Certification Programs offered at the University
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 College of Education has a generous list of student organizations to meet your needs.