The counseling minor program is available to undergraduate students who are working toward a bachelor’s degree.
The Higher Education program offers a certificate that will add depth and breadth to their knowledge of community colleges for individuals who already hold a master's degree and are currently employed as a community college professional.
This 60-hour track prepares graduates to counsel in clinical mental health settings such as mental health centers, private counseling agencies, drug abuse treatment centers, centers for counseling older adults, child protective services, child counseling clinics, family counseling centers and private practice.
These tracks prepare you to become a school counselor for children in preschool through 12th grade. You'll become familiar with school counseling and guidance services, develop better self-understanding and develop the competencies of professional school counselors.
The Master of Education in Higher Education program develops professionals who work to improve the effectiveness of higher education through studying the historical, theoretical and philosophical aspects of the field and learning how to apply these aspects in practice.
An 18-hour minor in human development and family science is suggested for students whose careers or degree audits involve children and families, for students who desire enrichment in family life education and for students in preprofessional studies leading to careers in medicine and family law.
The Instructional Model to Prepare Adept Certified Teachers in Special Education is a one-to-two-year path to special education certification. IMPACT is designed to meet the demands of academic rigor and ongoing mentorship in a rapidly changing field.
This one-year online program is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation and is designed to prepare personnel in evidence-based practices to work with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in various capacities.
Graduates provide effective leadership in autism programming and policy development and conduct intervention-based research that will bridge existing research-to-practice gaps and improve outcomes for students with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Broaden your understanding of behavior and its impact on learning, ecological assessment, issues and emerging trends, research and use of evidence-based practice, issues and practices in personnel development, and effective programs and program evaluation.
Gather, analyze, and judge empirical information to help inform research and policy, and will be prepared to emphasize research and data analysis in a range of settings, including universities, public and private schools, corporations and governmental roles.
From program administration to grant writing courses, this program enhances skills centered on understanding organizational and government policies that impact families, as well as cultivating knowledge of current relationships in families through a culturally responsive lens.
Prepare for leadership positions in various leisure settings including public recreation agencies, voluntary leisure organizations, private and commercial businesses, military bases, parks, camps, schools, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes and psychiatric programs.
The Interdisciplinary Studies major develops highly qualified teachers through a rigorous curriculum with exacting standards. District administrators report that UNT graduates are as prepared in their first year of teaching as second- and third-year teachers.
The Doctor of Philosophy program in Curriculum and Instruction is a research-intensive degree intended for individuals who plan careers as scholars, researchers and educators in higher education or who will hold other research-oriented leadership positions.