College of Education and Human Services
Donnie Snider, Interim Dean
Jeff Haseltine, Associate Dean
ACU Box 28276
Abilene, Texas 79699-9010
Education Building, Room 103
The College of Education and Human Services began in August 2006. Each department and program in the college is dedicated to equipping leaders for global, urban, cultural and social changes of the 21st century. The college provides leadership in education and human services that is grounded in current research and informed practice. The college is well positioned to aid in advancing the mission of the university to educate undergraduate and graduate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.
The college includes the following departments and programs:
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Kinesiology and Nutrition
- School of Social Work
- Teacher Education
- TRIO Services
- Talent Search
- Upward Bound
- Student Support Service
- McNair Scholars Program
- Graduate School - Education
The college offers the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree at the undergraduate level.
The college has nationally recognized and accredited graduate programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Teacher Education, Nutrition, and Social Work. For more information consult the Graduate School section of this catalog.
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