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School of Education and Human Development

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The School of Education and Human Development is home to 22 undergraduate degree options, 27 graduate degree options, and eight minors across its four departments.

 

Undergraduate Degrees


Texas needs quality teachers and skilled professionals. In the School 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/ESL education, math and science, we also offer 22 degree programs to fit the needs of our diverse undergraduate student population.

Visit our departments to find out which undergraduate degree program is right for you.

Graduate Programs


Interested in continuing your education? SEHD offers 27 graduate degree programs for you to choose from.

Master’s Degrees


Students interested in pursuing one of our master’s degrees will have opportunities to learn from faculty who are the leading experts in their fields.

Visit our departments and learn about the master’s degree programs they offer.

Doctoral Degrees


Students interested in pursuing one of the school’s 13 doctoral degrees will have opportunities to learn from faculty who are the leading experts in their fields.

Visit our departments and find out more about doctoral degree programs they offer.

Certificate Programs


In addition to our online graduate degrees, we offer an online route to teacher certification as well as continuing education opportunities for professionals interested in teaching online courses, enhancing training and development skills and preparing for a variety of certification exams.

Check out the certificates offered in each of our departments:

Teaching, Learning and Culture

STEM Certificate

Continuing Education


Interested in non-degree, continuing education courses? SEHD offers several through our departments, as well as the Dean’s office.

Administrative Leadership Institute

The Administrative Leadership Institute (ALI), which dates back to 1908, has been called “the best 24-hour conference in Texas” by leaders in Texas public education and higher education. Each November, the annual conference focuses on a critical issue to help school leaders transform schools to better ensure all children can become successful students and people.

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Challenge Works

ChallengeWorks is helping to build open-minded leaders of the future with its challenge course activities and guided reflection.

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Coaching Academy

Under the direction of Dr. John Thornton, the Coaching Academy aims to play a large role in continuing to elevate the stature of Texas A&M in both the athletic world and within the coaching discipline by assisting students and student-athletes who are becoming increasingly interested in the various opportunities related to the coaching profession and youth development.

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CPR First Aid Training

Two courses are offered through the Continuing Education CPR First Aid program: the American Hearth Association HeartCode BLS (CPR) and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons First Aid. The HeartCode BLS course is intended for healthcare providers and covers CPR skills, use of an automated external defibrillator and relief of foreign body airway obstruction. The First Aid course is for anyone interested or required to take first aid.

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Training & Development Professional Certification

This program is an intensive hands-on competency-based program for beginning or experienced trainer or training managers. Topics will include, but are not limited to: Needs Assessment, Data Collection & Analysis, Training Methods, Transfer of Training, Coaching & Mentoring, Program Delivery (Facilities, Budgeting, Selecting Instructors, Safety & Security, etc.), Instructional Design, Adult Learning Principles, Cyber Security Issues, Evaluation Models.

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