Graduate Degree Programs

Students interested in pursuing one of the college's 15 master's and 13 doctoral degrees will have opportunities to learn from faculty who are the leading experts in their fields.

Our graduate programs receive funding annually from various sources to help meet the following university and college strategic goals:

  • Increase SCH/WSCH generation.
  • Generate new knowledge to address inequalities in achievement and health outcomes.
  • Increase diversity of the student body.
  • Prepare research scholars for the professoriate.

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The program is aimed in training students from diverse backgrounds and with diverse clinical and research interests. The program is committed to student development and to the integration of science and practice.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Counseling Psychology program.

The 75-hour doctoral program in Bilingual Education prepares graduates for university and leadership positions in the field of education, including consultation and evaluation, teacher training and supervision or coordination of programs.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Bilingual Education program.

The Ph.D. Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Cognition, Creativity, Instruction & Development. The program focus is on increasing an understanding of creativity thinking and learning.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Cognition, Creativity, Instruction, & Development program.

Doctoral students with a concentration in Educational Technology graduate with expertise in how technology can address existing educational goals in innovative ways, and a strong skill set in research methods appropriate to the field.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Educational Technology program.

The Research, Measurement and Statistics (RMS) specialization focuses on a broad range of quantitative and methodological issues, including multivariate statistics, item response theory, generalizability theory, hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling, time series analysis, growth modeling, and Monte Carlo study.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Research, Measurement and Statistics program.

Graduate programs in Special Education prepare educators, practitioners and researchers to serve students who are at-risk or have mild, moderate and severe disabilities in integrated settings.

Learn more about the PH.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Special Education program.

The Ph.D. in Health Education program trains for post-doctoral appointments and positions in universities and research institutes.

Learn more about the Ph.D. in Health Education program.

The program prepares students to conduct research in applied and basic areas of sport management.

Learn more about the Ph.D. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Management program.

The School Psychology Program prepares health service psychologists for research and practice. Graduates work with children, families, and schools to improve outcomes for all children.

Learn more about the Ph.D. in School Psychology program.

Students enrolled in the M.Ed. in Public School Administration will complete the certification requirements as part of their degree plan.

Learn more about the Principal Certification program.

EAHR offers the Superintendent Certification program for graduate students who already have a Texas teaching certification, and who are currently enrolled at Texas A&M in a graduate program.

Learn more about the Superintendent Certification program.

A highly specialized, intensive one-year M.S. track in Exercise Physiology, with an emphasis on advanced, pragmatic training for Army Officers intending to join the West Point teaching faculty in their physical education and training program.

Learn more about the West Point Faculty Development program.

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