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.
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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
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
The Department of Counseling at Texas A&M University-Commerce was well represented at the 2021 Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) national conference in Atlanta, Georgia, this past October, with several faculty members, current students and alumni in attendance. Erika Schmit, Ph.D., said A&M-Commerce doctoral students are in a league of their own. “Our doctoral […]
The A&M-Commerce College of Education and Human Services and the Office of Campus Life and Student Success will host a “Real Talk Workshop” on Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 12 p.m. in the Nursing and Health Sciences Building. Students will have the opportunity to engage with college faculty and administrators, and other university staff to discuss […]
The Texas A&M University-Commerce campus bustled with aspiring young educators recently when the university hosted more than 600 high school students for the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) Area 11 conference on Nov. 5. Established in 1984, TAFE is a co-curricular statewide organization that provides students with an opportunity to explore the teaching profession […]
The Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM) has selected A&M-Commerce student Taryn Cast to receive an undergraduate Student Research Development Award. The university will receive a $1,000 grant to support Cast’s research project, “Physical Fitness of Texas Law Enforcement Cadets.” Principal investigators for the study are A&M-Commerce faculty members Michael Oldham, […]
Four quilt panels will be displayed at A&M-Commerce from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3 to commemorate the more than 700,000 U.S. lives lost to AIDS since the first cases were reported 40 years ago. Texas A&M University-Commerce and the National AIDS Memorial are partnering to bring four panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt to Commerce […]
Students in the “Must Love Dogs” signature course at Texas A&M University-Commerce will help celebrate the grand opening of a long-awaited dog park in Commerce, Texas on Nov. 29. Signature courses provide an opportunity for faculty to highlight their knowledge and passion for a topic of their choosing, often outside of their discipline. Aimed at […]
Juan Araujo, Ph.D., faculty member and assistant dean in the College of Education and Human Services at Texas A&M University-Commerce, has released a new book titled “Handbook of Research on Reconceptualizing Preservice Teacher Preparation in Literacy Education.” According to the publisher, the subject matter is in critical need of support to improve administrative, clinical, diagnostic […]
Nearly a quarter of Texas A&M University-Commerce employees are Bridge Builders, a term referring to current faculty and staff who give financial gifts to the university. The Philanthropy and Engagement team at A&M-Commerce is hoping to boost that percentage over the next three years. The name “Bridge Builder” was inspired by a 19th-century poem by […]
The Texas Association of School Psychologists’ (TASP) Awards and Honors committee recently selected Kelli Lahman—a graduate student in the Specialist in School Psychology program at Texas A&M University-Commerce—as the winner of the 2021 award for Outstanding Grad Student-Specialist Level. Lahman has received numerous scholarships and awards during her time at A&M-Commerce. She is the founder […]
Dr. Sandy Kimbrough, professor of health and human performance at Texas A&M University-Commerce, recently hosted retired U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jason Morgan as a guest speaker for her signature course, “Must Love Dogs.” Morgan, joined by his service dog, Yago, recounted the story behind his book, “A Dog Called Hope: A Wounded Warrior and […]