College of Education and Human Development

UTSA COEHD offers 11 undergraduate, 13 master’s and four doctoral degree programs …”the College of Education and Human Development has focused on providing first-rate educational opportunities and fostering groundbreaking educational research in order to meet that goal – producing new educators with skills necessary to meet today’s challenges, and providing the framework of imaginative flexibility for solving the challenges of the future.”

How can the University Career Center assist COEHD Students?

The University Career Center is a resource that is available to all currently enrolled UTSA students, as well as UTSA Alumni. There are many services that are available to UTSA students and alumni, and the following article will highlight what services are available to students/alumni. …

By Michael Zucker
Michael Zucker Career Counselor, College of Education & Human Development
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Parallel Planning! Did not get into PT School…now what?

What can you do with a Kinesiology Degree?

COEHD students often approach our office and ask: “So I am here to get a feel for the options that may be available to me with a Kinesiology degree,” or “So what …

By Michael Zucker
Michael Zucker Career Counselor, College of Education & Human Development
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Who Knows You?

It has become cliché for us to say the “It’s all about who you know, and more importantly, who knows you!” tag line with students and graduates of UTSA. You have heard it – multiple times. It’s simple to say, but …

By Karen Ivy
Karen Ivy Assistant Director-Student Services
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Career Decision Making Model

Where are you?
Assess Myself
Examine who you are and what you like to do. Assessments are available to help you identify potential occupations that may interest you. Self- assessments do not tell you what you should do or should …

By Heidi Sawyer
Heidi Sawyer Associate Director of Career Development and College Relations
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Are you the first in your family to attend college?

The term ‘first-generation college student’ is used to describe students who are the first in their families to go to college. First-generation college students tend to enter college with less knowledge of the college experience and less family support. These …

By Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson Career Counselor-College of Liberal & Fine Arts
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Purepost

Translate your military experience into private sector terminology. Purepost is a free service that provides a skills assessment based on …

DiversityJobs

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Contact & Location

Phone
(210) 458-4589
Address

UTSA University Career Center
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249

Career Service Hours

M 8am-5pm
T 8am-5pm
W 8am-5pm
TH 8am-5pm
F 8am-5pm

*Virtual and in-person appointments are available. Click here to schedule an appointment.