College of Education and Psychology
Be an Architect of Human Potential
Welcome to the College of Education and Psychology at The University of Texas at Tyler. We maximize human potential, by inspiring personal and professional growth. It is the core purpose of the College to prepare competent, caring, and qualified professionals in the fields of education, psychology and counseling and to advance the knowledge base in our respective disciplines.
We are a diverse college, with programs in education and psychology at the undergraduate and graduate levels that prepare graduates for positions in schools, agencies and businesses, and for further graduate study. We offer three bachelor's degrees, eight master's degrees, a post-master's superintendent's certification program, and a post-baccalaureate teacher certification program.
Close working relationships with schools and agencies in the East Texas region provide numerous opportunities for faculty and students to engage in service and research and to find quality placements in internships and practica.
Through our Ingenuity Center and research labs, we provide additional research and service opportunities for our students and for schools and agencies in the region. The University of Texas at Tyler College of Education and Psychology is a dynamic college within a young, growing university.
We invite further inquiry into our college through this website and encourage you to contact us directly for additional information about programs and services within the College of Education and Psychology. We also encourage you to connect with the College through Facebook or Twitter and learn more about what it means to “BE an Architect of HUMAN Potential”.
Yanira Oliveras-Otiz had her article, The Impact of High Stakes Testingon School Leadership, published in School Leadership Review.
Robert Stevens' short story, Weather Breeder, won the historical fiction category and will be published in the book Texas Short Stories.
Kouider Mokhtari had his book published, Research-based instruction that makes a difference in English learners' success. Dr. Mokhtari also published the journal article, Examining the relative contributions of content knowledge and strategic processing to reading comprehension in Literacy Research: Theory, Method and Practice Yearbook.Additional Spotlight Items