Message from the Interim Dean


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Hello and welcome to the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD). My name is Juliet Langman and I am the Interim Dean of COEHD at UTSA. I want to welcome you to our website, and thank you for taking the time to learn more about our college.

There is no better time to become a part of UTSA’s College of Education and Human Development. As we have seen during the COVID-19 public health crisis, educators and mental health professionals have been a source of strength and stability in our community during these uncertain times. That is why we at the COEHD remain dedicated to our students, who are our future educators, our future school leaders, and our mental health professionals.

In COEHD we focus on both research programs and field-based experiences so that our graduates are job-ready - having gained both knowledge and relevant experience in their chosen careers. Our academic programs, combined with research, have had a profound impact on our community and continue to cross borders and extend our reputation as a premiere research university as well as a top provider of school professionals in the region.

Our education-focused professional preparation programs provide a focused and clinically rich set of experiences aimed at creating culturally efficacious, knowledgeable, community-based, and professional preparation. In addition to innovative coursework, we offer multiple opportunities for our students to engage in the practical application of the content and pedagogical knowledge they acquire during their professional preparation, often in the schools where they’ll find themselves teaching, leading, or serving as school counselors or school psychologists.

COEHD offers undergraduate, master's, and doctoral programs dedicated to providing a robust education to students. Combined with 3 research centers and 6 departments and 3 strategic educational partners, the college is both a national and international model for academic excellence, research, and community service, offering students the tools and skills to become transformative leaders for the future.

Our graduate programs include 4 doctoral degrees, 13 master’s degrees, 9 graduate certificates, 5 graduate professional certifications. Learn more about our graduate studies programs here.

For those seeking undergraduate programs, we offer degrees in infancy and childhood studies, interdisciplinary studies, Mexican American studies, and women's studies.  Our undergraduate programs also offer minors in African American studies, bicultural studies, English as a second language, and women's studies. Learn more about our undergraduate programs here.

We are proud to provide our students with a first-rate education that equips them with the skills to respond to today's educational challenges and the imagination and flexibility to solve the challenges of the future.  We promise you a rich academic environment and a rewarding educational experience. Poised to take its place as a nationally recognized research-intensive university, UTSA offers an exciting academic future. Now is the time to become a part of the COEHD.  Now is the time to become a Roadrunner!

Dr. Juliet Langman
Interim Dean, College of Education and Human Development

 


College of Education and Human Development
Main Building | One UTSA Circle | San Antonio, TX 78249
Phone: 210-458-4370 | education@utsa.edu