Mission & Vision


The mission of the graduate programs in education at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is to develop educational practitioners and service professionals who exemplify leadership in value-centered education, and to develop leaders for the successful operation of public and private schools in Texas, within a Christian framework.


Within a Christian environment, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor's Master of Education program in the College of Education strives to provide preparation and certification for highly qualified professional educators who are then able to transform lives and serve through excellence in academics, practical application, and professional collaboration.

Program History

The graduate program in the College of Education began in 1983 with a collaborative with Houston Baptist University. Since 1983, the graduate program has continued to expand its offerings and serve central Texas area schools.

Currently, the graduate programs have been expanded to include:

  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Administration of Intervention Programs
  • Educational Administration (EDAD)
  • Doctoral Program