College of Education and Human Services :: Welcome
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Our world-class faculty are conducting innovative, educational research to help you reimagine the practice of teaching. You’ll receive guidance and mentoring to achieve success in the classroom while taking on practical, real-world experiences to build the confidence and skills you’ll need after graduation. With extended locations throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and our growing online degree program offerings, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your busy life.
The College of Education and Human Services at A&M-Commerce is improving the quality of life in Texas and beyond by educating teachers, administrators and human services professionals. Our success stems from a wide variety of degree programs, small class sizes and faculty who take time to develop one-on-one relationships with our students.
College of Education and Human Services :: Departments
College of Education and Human Services :: Benefits of an A&M-Commerce Business Degree
Benefits of a Degree from A&M-Commerce
Continue our legacy of exceptionalism! Our students have a 97% pass rate on initial statewide teacher certification examinations.
Gain real-world, on-the-job educator training through our partnerships with local school districts.
Develop your social work and counseling skills through practicum courses and internships.
Learn from world-class faculty conducting innovative educational research.
Gain hands-on health and human performance knowledge in our Human Performance Lab and other advanced-technology facilities.
We provide you with information, guidance and specialized services toward achieving your academic and career goals.
With modern classrooms and multiple laboratories for research, the Nursing and Health Sciences building houses our nursing, body mechanics, nutrition and wellness, and kinesiology programs, as well as the Biomedical Institute for Regenerative Research.
College of Education and Human Services :: Program Cost
As of fall 2020, tuition and fees for an undergraduate taking 12 credit hours are $4,125 for a Texas resident and $9,034 for a non-resident.
Tuition and fees for a graduate student in the College of Education and Human Services taking nine credit hours are $3,820 for a Texas resident and $7,500 for a non-resident.
COEHS:: Assistant Deans
Literature Reviews in Education and Human Services
The College of Education and Human Services at A&M-Commerce is the publisher of Literature Reviews in Education and Human Services (LREHS), a peer-reviewed, open access, electronic journal that serves as a repository for high-quality literature reviews of myriad topics in education and human services. The vision is to serve as an invaluable learning resource for students, faculty, scholars, administrators and policymakers.
The College of Education and Human Services proudly presents its annual symposium each fall semester. These free events are designed to stimulate intellectual discussion and cultivate mindsets focused on creating positive impacts on local and extended communities.
College of Education and Human Services :: Featured News
A&M-Commerce doctoral candidate Veronica Beavers has been named the inaugural deputy chief diversity officer at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) in Nacogdoches, Texas. She will continue serving in her previous role as director of SFA’s Office of Multicultural Affairs. “It’s an honor to serve in this position,” Beavers said in an SFA press release. […]
An article at HoustonPublicMedia.org highlights the Pride Pathway program at A&M-Commerce as an option for replenishing the teacher preparation pipeline in Texas. “One of the huge areas that have been a focus is the fact that the pipeline to education has been drying up,” said Zeph Capo, president of the American Federation of Teachers. “Too […]
The A&M-Commerce College of Education and Human Services (CoEHS) hosted a pinning ceremony on August 16 in Corsicana. The ceremony recognized incoming transfer students from Navarro College who are now pursuing CoEHS degrees through the A&M-Commerce at Navarro instruction site. Students and their guests gathered in the Dawson Auditorium at Navarro College to hear a […]
The Department of Nursing at A&M-Commerce is one of 46 pre-licensure programs in Texas to earn a pass rate of 90% or above for the 2021 National Council Licensure Examination-RN (NCLEX-RN). The NCLEX-RN tests the competency of nursing school graduates in the U.S. and Canada. “There are 129 pre-licensure programs in Texas,” said Denise Neill, […]
A children’s book authored and illustrated by Texas A&M University-Commerce students Caitlyn Moniz and Cayce Parris placed third at the higher education level in a competition that culminated at the Educators Rising national conference in Washington, D.C. The students represented the A&M-Commerce chapter of the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE), the Texas affiliate of […]
The September 2022 issue of Management Teaching Review, a journal published through SAGE Journals, features an article co-authored by A&M-Commerce faculty member Peter Williams, Ph.D., and Robert Morris University faculty member Stuart Allen, Ph.D. “Remote Oral Doctoral Dissertation Defenses in Management, Leadership, and Business: Benefits, Pedagogy, and Practices” discusses the challenges and benefits of moving […]
The Department of Health and Human Performance at Texas A&M University-Commerce will present an Elite Combined Event High-Performance Summit on Monday, July 11 at the A&M-Commerce at Dallas site located at 8750 N. Central Expressway. In conjunction with the Thorpe Cup—an international track and field competition presented by USA Track & Field in Dallas on […]
The College of Education and Human Services at A&M-Commerce has published the first issue of Literature Reviews in Education and Human Services. The peer-reviewed, online journal endeavors to provide a collection of high-quality literature reviews for topics related to education and human services as a learning resource for students, faculty, scholars, administrators and policymakers. Issues […]
The Navarro County Gazette reports that A&M-Commerce alum Jeanetta Johnson, Ed.D., is the new vice president of academic affairs at Navarro College. Johnson earned three degrees from A&M-Commerce, including a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies, a master’s degree in elementary education and a doctorate in higher education leadership. She served as director of the A&M-Commerce […]
A recent research article co-authored by Sarah Guthery, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at A&M-Commerce, indicates that principal longevity may influence teacher retention. The research, published online in the Journal of Educational Administration, followed nearly 12,000 principals in Texas from 1999 through 2017. The results suggest that principals who […]