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Welcome to the Louisiana Tech College of Education

The College of Education features nationally recognized programs in teacher preparation, kinesiology, and psychology. It is the largest college at Louisiana Tech, and graduates of the College make a positive impact in schools, companies, and organizations throughout the world.

Academic Programs

Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership

The mission of the College traces back to the origins of Louisiana Tech in 1894, where the preparation of teachers was a mission of the institution.


The Department of Kinesiology prepares students to promote health and wellness in their careers and lifestyles. The department’s multidisciplinary approach includes exercise science, health education, and professional practice.

Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

The Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences features a nationally ranked doctoral program as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and master’s degrees in counseling, human services, and industrial and organizational psychology.

Academic Programs

Student feature

Caitlin Randle

Senior – Counseling Psychology

Faculty feature

Dr. Jeff Walczyk

Mary Robbin Dorsett Endowed Professor – Psychology

Alumni feature

Dr. Cole Napper

BA, Psychology, ’09 – people analytics and workforce management, Texas Instruments

 Future Students

Ready to join the College of Education? If you are looking for a degree in education, kinesiology, or psychology, we have a degree program for you.


The future is bright in the College of Education. In a time where most universities are slashing programs and enrollment is falling, Louisiana Tech is growing and the College of Education is growing along with it.

Latest News

Dr. Hannah McKenzie

Dr. Hannah McKenzie has a profound love for two things - being active and helping others learn how to move better while doing what they love.   She first found interest in physical therapy and the movement of the body while working closely...

Dr. Jordan Blazo

Kinesiology is the study of human movement. However it’s the connection between the mind and body that propels the deeper understanding of how and why the body moves. Dr. Jordan Blazo, a native of Hartland, Michigan, was a small-town boy with...

Tech cohosts Robotics Competition and inaugural STEM Day

Recently, Louisiana Tech University's College of Education hosted the Regional Autonomous Robotics Competition (RARC) and had its inaugural Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Day. The Science and Technology Education Center...

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