Master's Programs in Education and Human Performance
The College of Education and Human Performance offers graduate programs in Adult Education, Bilingual Education, Counseling and Guidance, Education, Educational Administration, Health and Kinesiology, Instructional Technology, Reading and Special Education. Graduate programs lead to the Master of Arts, Master of Education, Master of Science and Doctor of Education degrees.
The College of Education and Human Performance is dedicated to preparing individuals to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in education. The college is committed to serving an ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse population that comprises the university's student base and seeks to work cooperatively with area organizations in promoting quality education at all levels throughout the world. The college's goal is to prepare qualified personnel to meet the educational challenges of society with special emphasis on the needs of South Texas and North Mexico. Students are expected to meet the Code of Ethics and Standard Practices for Texas Educators and those of their specialty area(s).
Admission to any of the graduate programs requires a baccalaureate degree and adequate course work in the field of interest and a satisfactory score on the GRE or MAT.