Undergraduate Degree Programs
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Texas needs quality teachers and skilled professionals, and in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M, we are answering that call. While we are the largest producer in the state of teachers in the high-need fields of bilingual education, math and science, we also offer more than 19 degree programs to fit the needs of our diverse undergraduate student population.
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Allied Health prepares students for admission to professional schools, such as nursing, occupational therapy or physician assistant while receiving a background in health education.
Applied Exercise Physiology prepares students for careers as a clinical exercise physiologist and rehabilitation specialist. It also prepares students for entry into physical therapy, nursing, occupational therapy, and medical school.
A Sports Management major prepares students for careers in managing sport, fitness, and athletic programs. The internship program allows students to gain real world experience that often opens doors to jobs in the field.
Basic Exercise Physiology provides a background in the physical and biological sciences required for additional graduate study in Exercise Physiology or entry into medical or dental professional school.
The Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (INST) with an emphasis in Bilingual Education. This degree program prepares students to teach in bilingual settings and focuses on addressing the pedagogical and linguistic needs of English language learners (ELLs).
The coaching minor is designed to prepare students who are pursuing a teacher certification in another field or pursuing another major to be entry level coaches in schools and youth sport leagues.
The Community Health program prepares and educates students to serve as community health educators and promoters.
The Creative Studies minor is designed to provide knowledge and strategies to help you think more creatively within the area of your future profession.
The Dance minor is an 18 hour program consisting of technique and lecture courses in dance.
The Dance Science specialization equips students with the necessary tools to teach, choreograph and direct in high schools, private studios, performance groups, dance/drill teams and dance within the community and companies.
TLAC allows students to spend extensive time in Early Childhood–Grade 6 classrooms to gain applicable experience and situational tools that they can implement into their own careers.
A degree in Human Resource Development allows for a wide range of potential employment and accommodation to a diverse education professional experience.
A minor in HRD allows for a wider range of potential employment and accommodation to a diverse education professional experience.
TLAC allows students to spend extensive time in middle schools to gain applicable experience and situational tools that they can implement into their own careers.
TLAC allows students to spend extensive time in 4th grade through 8th grade math and science classrooms to gain applicable experience and situational tools that they can implement into their own careers.
The Motor Behavior program provides a broad background with emphasis on the physiology and psychology of human movement and is suitable for students wishing to enter physical therapy, physician’s assistant or other related professional school.
The Child Professional Services concentration does not allow students to seek teacher certification; however, it prepares individuals to work with children in various organizations which support youth development.
The Physical Education degree is for student wishing to teach Physical Education in public or private schools.
The School Health degree prepares educators to teach health in public or private schools, grades K-12.
The Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (INST) with an emphasis in Special Education. This degree program prepares students to teach individuals who are served by special education services.
The Sport Management minor is for students who want an introduction to working with sport organizations.
STEM Minor (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
The Technology Management program provides the knowledge and skills to succeed in a variety of roles in which technology applications are the process by which information and training are delivered and productivity enhanced.
The Dance Concentration provides preparation in dance history and production. Students complete courses in the foundations of dance, dance production and dance composition and techniques courses in various forms of dance.
This concentration of the University Studies program prepares students for entry level positions in the fitness and strength and conditioning fields.