University of Houston-Clear Lake's College of Human Sciences and Humanities believes that education is enhanced by hands-on experiences that build on what they learn in the classroom. From exhibiting the art of the budding artists in Bachelor of Fine Arts program to exciting opportunities for future counselors and therapists to work in a more clinical setting, we are dedicated to building future leaders in a variety of fields.
Expand your Education
UHCL's Art Gallery is Bay Area Houston’s premiere venue for the visual arts. Exhibitions include group shows featuring UHCL students, thematic exhibitions of regional artists and retrospectives of national and internationally recognized artists. The Gallery offers educational programs open to UHCL students and the larger community throughout the year.
Art School for Children
The Art School for Children at UHCL gives budding artists an opportunity to expand their artistic abilities. They are dedicated to offering art classes that benefit all children, inspire pre-service teachers, give additional educational options for professional teachers, and serve families and the community.
Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
The UHCL Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities is composed of faculty and students in the Behavior Analysis, School Psychology, and Marriage and Family Therapy graduate programs. Through their programs and services, CADD's objectives are to support research on autism and developmental disabilities, to train current and future professionals, and to provide services to children and families through partnerships with community organizations.
Building on the multidisciplinary courses offered through the College of Human Sciences and Humanities, we offer a varety of cultural, social, academic and educational programs and events on campus.
UHCL's Psychological Services Clinic is a training and research clinic that serves the greater Houston-Galveston area. Graduate students trained in evidence-based assessment and therapy deliver most of the services under the direct supervision of professionally licensed and/or Ph.D.-level supervisors. Services include individual, marriage and family therapy and school assessments.
Friday Morning Continuing Education
Explore unique and engaging topics each week through the Friday Morning Continuing Education program. Topics explored range from disaster readiness to poetry to space exploration. Registration is open to anyone who wishes to participate - residency, age, academic history, and student status do not apply.
Foreign Language and English Enhancement
The Foreign Language and English Enhancement program offers a variety of foreign languages for those wishing to expand their language base and English enhancement opportunities to foreign professionals. Classes are small to promote individual instruction time and close friendships. The teaching method is almost completely oral, and instructors possess native fluency, advanced degrees and teaching experience with the oral method.