Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development
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The College of Education and Human Development is a college of Texas A&M University in College Station. The college has four academic departments: Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, Educational Psychology, Health & Kinesiology, and Teaching, Learning and Culture.
About the College
The college focuses on field-based training. It conducts research in areas such as the prevention of heart disease, women’s health issues, minorities and underserved populations.
The college offers undergraduate majors in the following areas:
- Health (Health Education)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (Early Childhood-6; Middle School)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (Human Resource Development; Technology Management)
- Interdisciplinary Studies (Special Education; Bilingual)
- Kinesiology (Physical Activity)
- Secondary Education
- Sport Management
- Technology Management
- University Studies
The college offers minors in the following areas:
- Creative Studies
- Outdoor Education
The college offers graduate programs in the following areas:
- Agricultural Education
- Educational Administration
- Educational Human Resource Development
- Educational Psychology
- Educational Technology
- Counseling Psychology
- School Psychology
- Health Education
- Physical Education
- Curriculum and Instruction
- "Faculty Salary Study" (PDF). Texas A&M University Office of Institutional Studies and Planning. Retrieved 2007-04-14.
- "Enrollment Profile Fall 2006" (PDF). Texas A&M University Office of Institutional Studies and Planning. Retrieved 2007-04-14.
- "Top education schools". U.S. News and World Report. 2008. Retrieved 2007-04-04.