College of Education and Human Development 2011-2012

Report
The College of Education and
Human Development
Four Departments make up the College of
Education and Human Development
• Educational Administration & Human Resource
Development
• Educational Psychology*
• Health and Kinesiology*
• Teaching, Learning, and Culture*
* Designates programs with
Teaching Certification
Department of Educational Administration
and Human Resource Development
• Degree: Bachelor of Science
• Majors Offered:
– Human Resource Development (HRDV)
– Technology Management (TCMG)
• Web address for more information: http://eahr.tamu.edu/
• Web address for degree plan: http://eahr.tamu.edu/articles/degrees
• Potential Careers:
– Human Resource Development
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State and local agencies including fire, health
Private training agencies such as Humro, Booz-Allen Hamilton, etc.
Health Care Training
Any agency or business that has adult employees that need training and development
Military, civilian employees and military employees.
Student internships will follow the interests of the student and reflect the list above.
Department of Educational Administration
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Potential Careers:
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Technology Management
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Grad School Opportunities:
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Large corporations such as Bell companies, Verizon, Dell Computer, Polycom, Tandberg USA, RADVision and Vtel Products
Any private business that has a need for network development, management, security such as retail, wholesale, manufacturing and
service industries
State agencies with networks to manage
Public schools and community colleges
County/city governments
Hospitals and clinics
Public and private broadcasting
HRDV graduates – Master’s and Doctorate degrees through the department; Mays Business School
also has degrees in Human Resource Management (HRM)
TCMG graduates – Management Information Systems (MIS) offered by Mays Business School
GPR required for change of major: 2.0 for both majors
GPR required to remain in good standing: 2.0 for both majors
Procedure/timeline to change major: Application process – applications accepted twice
a year see website for information: http://eahr.tamu.edu/articles/change_of_major
Contact information: Avery Pavliska, 112 Heaton Hall, 979.458.1758
Educational Psychology
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Degree: Bachelor of Science
Majors offered:
– Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Bilingual Education (BIED)
– Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Special Education (SPED)
Web address for more information: http://epsy.tamu.edu/
Web address for degree plan: http://educate.tamu.edu
– BIED, http://epsy.tamu.edu/articles/bied_degree_plan___course_sequence
– SPED, http://epsy.tamu.edu/articles/sped_degree_plans_course_sequence
Potential Careers:
– Bilingual Education (BIED)
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PK-6 General, PK-6 BIL/Dual Language Teacher
Bilingual Evaluation Specialist
Supervisor or Principal
High School Spanish Teacher
– Special Education (SPED)
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Pk-6 General Education Teacher
PK-12 Special Education Teacher
Diagnostician
Speech Pathology
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Grad School Opportunities for BIED emphasis:
– Masters or Ph.D. in BIED
– School Psychology – Master’s or Ph.D.
– School Counselor Program
Grad School Opportunities for SPED emphasis:
– Master’s in SPED
– Ph.D. in SPED
– Behavior Analyst
– School Psychology – Master’s and Ph.D. Program
– Diagnostician Program
– School Counselor Program
GPR required for change of major:
– Bilingual Education: A minimum overall GPR of 2.5
– Special Education: A minimum overall GPR of 2.75
GPR required to remain in good standing:
– Bilingual Education: Maintain a minimum GPR of 2.5
– Special Education: Maintain a minimum GPR of 2.75
Procedure/timeline to change major:
– All students considering a change of major must meet with the Academic Advisor for program
approval and to process the required paperwork.
Contact information:
– Christy Porter, [email protected], Harrington Tower, Suite 701, 979.845.1874
Health and Kinesiology
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Degree: Bachelor of Science
Majors/Options Offered:
– Health (HLTH)
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Allied Health Option (AHO)
Community Health Option (CHO)
School Health (SCH)
– Kinesiology (KINE)
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Applied Exercise Physiology (AEP)
Basic Exercise Physiology (BEP)
Motor Behavior (MTB)
• Physical Education Certification – Preschool – 12 (PEK)
• Dance Science (DSC)
– Sport Management (SPMT)
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Internship Option (SPI)
Non-Internship Option (SPN)
Web address for more information: http://hlknweb.tamu.edu/
Web address for degree plans:
http://hlknweb.tamu.edu/articles/undergraduate_degree_options
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KINE (PEK option) teaching and athletic training
KINE (AEP option) cardiac rehabilitation, corporate or private fitness
KINE (CHO option) health/patient education in government or private health agency, clinical setting,
non-profit organization
SPMT (SPI or SPN option) sport marketing and promotion, event management, facility management
KINE (DSC option) graduates have the tools to teach, choreograph and direct in high schools, private
studios, performance groups, and dance/drill teams.
KINE (BEP) students can get prerequisites for medical school
KINE (MTB) students can get prerequisites for physical therapy school, physician assistant or dental
school
HLTH (AHO) students can get the prerequisites for physical therapy, nursing, occupational therapy,
pharmacy, optometry, and physician assistant
GPR required for change of major: 2.5 GPR for all majors except Sport Management which
requires a 2.0 GPR
GPR required to remain in good standing: 2.5 GPR for all majors except Sport Management
which requires a 2.0 GPR
Procedure/timeline to change major: Varies per program. Change of major information can
be found at:
http://hlknweb.tamu.edu/index.php?id=change_of_major_to_health_and_kinesiology
Contact information: 979.845.4530
Department of Teaching Learning and Culture
• Degree: Bachelor of Science
• Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
– Three Certification Options
• PK-6 Generalist
• 4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies
• 4-8 Math/Science
• Web address for more information: http://tlac.tamu.edu
• Web address for degree plan:
http://tlac.tamu.edu/articles/undergraduate_degree_options
• Potential Careers: Educator, education policy, school administration,
educational research
• Grad School Opportunities: Curriculum and Instruction, school
administration, school Counseling, speech pathology, child life specialty
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• GPR required for change of major: 2.75 or better
• GPR required to remain in good standing: 2.75 or better
• Procedure/timeline to change major:
– PK-6 Generalist Program –
• November 1-30, applicants notified early January
• April 1-30, applicants notified early June
– 4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies or 4-8 Math/Science
• Any time, except during open preregistration
• Change of major requirements and application for PK-6:
– http://tlac.tamu.edu/articles/change_of_major
• Contact information:
– TLAC Advising Office, Suite 115 Heaton Hall, 979.845.5312

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