College of Education ranked 1st in the North Texas region among public graduate schools,
3rd among public graduate schools in Texas, 68th among public graduate schools and
89th overall in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
College of Education ranked 9th in Texas and 66th in the South by Best-Education-Schools.com
Their research areas include leadership in higher education, higher education policy
and finance, access and equity, institutional effectiveness, professoriate, student
affairs and student development.
Our faculty members have published more than two dozen books, monographs and book
chapters and more than 100 refereed journal articles.
The College of Education administers millions annually in expenditures for externally
funded research, instruction, and outreach projects. These projects result from proposals
submitted to external funding agencies and foundations by faculty, staff, and graduate
The College of Education is regionally and nationally recognized for excellence in
preparing teachers, administrators, counselors, kinesiology and health promotion specialists,
play therapists and other educators.