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College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs

237 Gooch Hall

537 University Street

Martin, TN 38238


(731) 881-7128


(731) 881-7975


Deborah J. Gibson

College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs

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UT Martin's College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs can help you reach your goals with our 100% online programs. We offer our programs this way so that you will benefit from the access, convenience, and dynamic nature of online instruction. Our faculty has been trained to deliver online courses and works constantly to take advantage of the most current developments in online learning to provide you with the best educational experience. We look forward to assisting you with achieving your academic goals!

Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs

  • Counseling

    Major in Criminal Justice

Education Graduate Programs

Master’s in Counseling

  • Counseling


Master’s in Teaching

  • Curriculum & Instruction

    Curriculum & Instruction

  • Literacy Education

    Literacy Education

  • Initial Licensure

    Initial Licensure

  • Special Education (Master’s degree)

    Special Education

  • Interdisciplinary / Endorsements

    Interdisciplinary / Endorsements

  • UTM Noyce Scholars Program

    UTM Noyce Scholars Program

Master's in Educational Leadership

  • Higher Education Leadership

    Higher Education Leadership

  • Education in Instructional Leadership

    Instructional Leadership

Health and Human Performance Graduate Programs

  • Sports Coaching and Performance program

    Sports Coaching and Performance


All educator licensure programs in the Department of Educational Studies are approved by the Tennessee State Board of Education and accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).


Graduates from our education programs take positions that include:

  • Teacher and administrators of public and private preK-12 schools,
  • Administrators and faculty of post-secondary institutions of higher education, including community colleges, four-year institutions and universities,
  • Professional school counselors and social workers for public schools, community colleges, universities, and community agencies.


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For further information, please contact the CEHBS Graduate Programs Office at (731) 881-7128 or use our online request form.