Each year, UT Arlington’s College of Education graduates hundreds of future and current teachers, principals, and superintendents. As they work with students, parents, and community members around the country, they use the skills and knowledge they learned at a college growing in influence and reputation every year.
The latest example of this rise in prominence comes via U.S. News & World Report, which included the College of Education’s master’s programs on its list of the “Best Online Programs” for 2021. Overall, the master’s programs were No. 52 in the U.S., with curriculum and instruction ranking No. 19. Additionally, the magazine named UTA’s master’s programs in education No. 16 for veterans.
A survey by the Texas Education Agency found 100% of UTA’s College of Education graduates felt “well prepared” or “sufficiently prepared” by their teacher preparation program. Additionally, the college’s overall graduate program has been recognized as top tier.
“It is exciting to see that programs in UTA’s College of Education continue to be recognized for their excellence,” says Teresa Taber Doughty, dean of the College of Education. “Our faculty members make our students their top priority. The result is an outstanding education and experience for every student.”