Texas Tech University

POINTS of PRIDE

6,000

Houses the largest children's literature collection in the Southwest

2,200

Home to over 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students

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Accredited by 9 state and national accrediting agencies

500

Produces an average of 500 new teachers each year

21

Offers 9 doctoral degrees, 10 master's degrees, and 2 bachelor's degrees

2005

Home to the Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research

 

Events

  • Feb15

    ExpandED: Gender as an Organizing Framework for International Education Development Policy in the Millennium and Sustainable Development Goal eras (2000 - 2020)

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  • Mar8

    ExpandED: The Global Testing Culture and Teachers: How Emphasizing Tests Shapes Teacher Perceptions and Satisfaction

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  • Apr6

    ExpandED:Annual Graduate Student Research Talk in Education Leadership Policy

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TechTeach

About TechTeach

The College of Education is transforming the way educators will impact our future. Our nationally recognized teacher preparation program features coursework that translates to practical classroom skills, a yearlong residency in a school district co-teaching alongside a skilled mentor teacher, and the use of state-of-the-art digital technology to record, review and improve instruction.

Our line of sister programs - TechTeach Across Texas and TechTeach Across Rural Texas - brings the innovative training model around the state, allowing aspiring educators to be prepared in their communities and in the classrooms where they will teach after graduation.

 

Graduate Programs

The College of Education at Texas Tech University offers dozens of master's, doctoral and certificate programs that cover the spectrum of educational disciplines. Our three graduate departments each have their own missions, vision, leadership, and unique culture.

The Curriculum and Instruction department prepares curriculum leaders, researchers, and professors with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to analyze, construct, and evaluate curricula in ways that create optimal learning conditions for all learners.

Educational Psychology, Leadership, & Counseling is a diverse group of academic programs that equip students with a comprehensive knowledge of learning, motivation, development, and educational foundations.

The Department of Special Education prepares special education leaders who ensure individuals with disabilities and their families are provided equal access to services and education.

More about Graduate Programs

Dr. Malcom Brownell celebrating his graduation with his faculty advisor, Dr. Ian Lertora

 

 

Study Abroad

The College offers international experiences all across the globe. The programs provide teaching experience in schools, practicum in diverse communities, and language and culture classes, among others. Students also have opportunities to carry out various research projects.

Our Study Abroad program locations include:

  • Chile
  • Costa Rica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ghana
  • Spain

 

US PREP

Housed in the College of Education, University-School Partnerships for the Renewal of Educator Preparation National Center (US PREP) provides on-the-ground support and services to a coalition of university-based teacher preparation programs around the country. US PREP currently assists 15 school-university partners in attracting, training and retaining high quality, diverse teachers for underserved communities.

US PREP coalition partners map

More about US PREP

Drs. Flores and Wang teaching

Sarah Beal teaching Developing the US Educator