Educational Human Resource Development

  • Human Resource Development graduate student

Join us to learn more about our Master of Science (MS) and Ph.D. programs in Educational Human Resource Development with an Emphasis in Adult Education or Human Resource Development.

June 21, 2018 | 6-7pm (CST)

July 26, 2018 | 6-7pm (CST)

August 23, 2018 | 6-7pm (CST)

To attend the session:

  1. Go to freeconferencecall.com
  2. Click on Online Meetings, then Join Meeting
  3. Enter tamu_aehrdinfo as the Meeting ID
  4. Enter your name and email address, then click Join

If you do not have access to a computer or would like to call in:

  1. Dial (712) 451-0693
  2. Enter 686789 as the PIN

Emphasis Areas

The Educational Human Resource Development degree offers two emphasis areas:

Admissions

To apply to the EHRD graduate program, you must follow both departmental and Texas A&M University admissions requirements. View Graduate Admissions for full admissions information.

Master's Program

The application deadline for the master’s degree in Educational Human Resource Development is August 15 for the spring semester, with a decision made in mid-October, and December 1 for the summer and fall semesters, with decisions made mid-March. GRE is not required.

Interviews are not required for the master's degree, but may be requested if faculty need further information.

Doctoral Program

The application program for the Ph. D. in Educational Human Resource Development is December 1 for the Fall semester. Admission decisions are made by mid-March. GRE is required.

Faculty interviews are required for the doctoral program. Interviews usually occur in early February.

Residency Requirements

All students in the EHRD graduate program must fulfill a residency requirement set forth by Texas A&M University, which is specific for the degree program of interest. For more information, please refer to the Residence Requirement information.

Certificate in Training and Development

During the program, students may complete the certificate program in Training and Development. For questions about the certificate program, contact Dr. Larry Dooley program coordinator, at l-dooley@tamu.edu.