Begin Your Journey
With the diversity of courses and concentration options, the College of Education helps students prepare to work across a myriad of child, adolescent, family and community settings building strong communities and helping develop family and child centered policies.
Explore Your Options
The first step is exploring our programs, envisioning your future career goals and finding the right learning path for you:
- Family and Community — Enhance the well-being of families through research and community engagement
- Lifespan Development — Promote the healthy development of individuals across the lifespan
- Human Development and Family Science — Teacher certification for 8th grade – 12th grade
- Family and Consumer Sciences — Teacher certification for 6th grade – 12th grade
Taking The Next Step
Achieving your goals begins by applying to the University of North Texas Department of Educational Psychology:
- Enroll — There are a number of degree options that lead to a career working with individuals and families.
- Apply — Students seeking teacher certification need to be admitted to an educator certification program in order to be eligible to take the TExES certification exams and become certified in the state of Texas
- Join — Our concentrations are based on learning about families, communities and how children and adults develop. Our programs offer interactive opportunities to learn about development, intervention, and family.
- Experience — While enrolled, students have opportunities to complete practicum experience, work with families, join student groups and participate in guided, undergraduate research.