Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development

http://eahr.tamu.edu

Head: M. Alfred

Graduate Advisors:  K. Smith and D. Cima

The Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development offers Masters and Doctoral degrees in both Educational Administration (EDAD) and Educational Human Resource Development (EHRD). Students can select from the following areas of specialization: K-12 Educational Leadership and Policy, Higher Education Administration, Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE), Adult Education, and Human Resource Development.

The K-12 Educational Leadership and Policy program is designed to enhance the student’s leadership skills to manage complex educational systems and to train and supervise personnel. Both the Masters and Doctoral degrees prepare candidates for culturally-responsive leadership, commitment to education, and the skills needed for advanced administrative practice in schools and districts.

In the Higher Education Administration program, students will be prepared for leadership roles in higher education administration, teaching, and research. Higher education is a broad-based area of knowledge and study that examines the management and coordination of programs, policies, and processes pertaining to colleges and universities. Programs, policies, and processes include issues associated with access, admission, assessment, curriculum, diversity, economics, enrollment, equity, faculty, finance, governance, law, learning, organizational behavior, philanthropy, policy, resource management, students, and teaching.

The Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) curriculum recognizes personal development and learning occurs not only in the classroom, but also in other phases of a student’s life while enrolled in college. The SAAHE program supports the educational mission of the institution in furthering the total, ongoing development of students intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially, culturally, and vocationally.

The Adult Education program develops adult education practitioners who are critically reflective, student-centered and committed to social justice. It prepares individuals to administer programs and teach adults in a variety of settings including community centers, community colleges, literacy centers, health care facilities and the workplace.

The Human Resource Development (HRD) program provides students with expertise for improving learning and performance in individual, group, organizational, and international contexts. Students in the HRD program are prepared for a variety of career paths including the professoriate and/or applied settings. Domains addressed in the coursework include lifelong learning, career development, training and development, and organizational development.

For more information on admissions and program requirements, prospective students should visit the department website at http://eahr.tamu.edu.  

Alfred, Mary V, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995

Bailey, Krista J, Clinical Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2011

Bartanen, Brendan, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Vanderbilt University, 2019

Beyerlein, Michael M, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Colorado State University, 1986

Bowen, Daniel H, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Arkansas, 2013

Davison, Chayla H, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Denver, 2013

Dirani, Khalil M, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007

Dooley, Larry M, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 1989

Fahrenwald, Carl, Clinical Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
EDD, University of South Dakota, 1999

Fowler, Rhonda M, Clinical Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2013

Holley, Susan P, Clinical Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
EDD, Baylor University, 1991

Hwang, Ji Hee, Clinical Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Pennsylvania State University, 2015

Irby, Beverly J, Regents Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Mississippi, 1983

James-Gallaway, Chaddrick, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, 2020

Kim, Junghwan, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, The Pennsylvania State University, 2012

Lechuga III, Vicente M, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Southern California, 2005

Madsen, Jean A, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, The University of Kansas, 1986

Mai, Bin, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2006

Mark, Christine L, Instructional Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, The University of Southern Mississippi, 2014

Mendoza Diaz, Noemi, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 2006

Musoba, Glenda D, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Indiana University, 2004

Muyia, Machuma A, Clinical Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Arkansas, 2008

Nafukho, Fredrick M, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Louisiana State University and A&M College, 1998

Ponjuan, Luis, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Michigan, 2005

Salazar, Cinthya, Assistant Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Maryland, College Park, 2020

Sandlin, Judy R, Clinical Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 1993

Stanley, Christine A, Regents Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 1990

Torres, Mario S, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Pennsylvania State University, 2003

Wang, Jia, Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, University of Georgia, 2004

Watson, Nancy T, Clinical Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Texas A&M University, 1998

Webb-Hasan, Gwendolyn, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Illinois State University, 1994

Workman, Michael D, Associate Professor
Educ Admn & Human Resource Dev
PHD, Georgia State University, 2000