Earning a Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sports Studies prepares students for a variety of careers in health-related fitness and for graduate or professional study in medicine and allied health professions.
The Graduate School of Education promotes the University of Tennessee professional education research community and its engagement in the generation and sharing of knowledge designed to improve student opportunity, achievement, and success.
Ask an advisor today about the College of Education, Health, and Human Science's service learning opportunities which provide a unique experience for its best and brightest students to use classroom learning in solving real world problems.
The Graduate School of Education, in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences took a significant step up in the 2016 U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings. The School is now 41st among all public universities, up from 48th last year.
The Academic Health Department program in the Department of Public Health has been recognized as one of UT's fifty best community-campus partnerships as classified by the Carnegie Foundation.
The Project GRAD Summer Institute provides students the exposure to academic expectations of college and the personal dimensions needed to succeed.
Accolades, the magazine for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences showcases the many incredible achievements of our faculty, staff and students; past and present.
The mission of the Early Learning Center for Research and Practice is to foster scientific understanding of young children’s development in a laboratory setting.
Interested in pursuing a degree in English Education? Learn about the program and requirements in the Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education.
Tony Brown, CEHHS Alum, has been named in Town and Country Magazine's Top 50 Philanthropists List for 2015 for his work with the HOLA organization; a free exceptional afterschool program for underserved and at-risk youth in arts, academics and athletics.
Congratulations to two CEHHS graduate programs for achieving top twenty-five status as ranked by graduateprograms.com, a system based upon the review of current and past graduate students.
Enhancing Quality of Life Through Research, Outreach, and Practice
The mission of the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is, “To promote a healthy, educated, and civil society; to encourage life-long learning; and to enhance the quality of life within the diverse, global community by preparing professionals to lead and serve by conducting research and by engaging in service and outreach activities.”
If you would like to be involved in the most important work in society, consider a career in education, health, or the human sciences. If you want to have fun doing it, come to the University of Tennessee!
A Message from the Dean
Welcome to the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences website. As you navigate through the various programs, departments, offices and sites of interest contained herein, you will find a vast array of opportunities for study, scholarship, and outreach. Students, faculty, and staff of the college are actively engaged in the discovery of new knowledge, technologies, and ways to improve the quality of life for the constituents we serve. I invite you to explore the many exciting academic programs offered through the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences and the various centers and institutes that have manifested from the important work conducted by our faculty. I would also like to extend an invitation to you to visit us in person, as well as through the virtual walls of our college, made accessible through our website. Please feel free to contact me or any of our administrative staff if we can be of assistance. Thank you for your visit to the virtual world of the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences!