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KEY:   

  • Majors are the primary undergraduate fields of study.
  • Minors are fields studied in addition to the major.
  • Concentrations (or Specializations within Art, Music, and Theatre) focus on a specific and often highly specialized area of study within a major. For instance, there is a concentration in criminology within a sociology major. Concentrations are listed along with their parent major or area of study; more information regarding specific concentrations can be found in the area of the catalog referencing those majors by clicking on the "X".
  • Teacher Certification
  • Pre-Professional Fields

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Honors Arts and Letters
   
Electrical Engineering
Animal Science
Animal Science
     
Animal Science
X
     
   
Physics
     
 
Honors Arts and Letter
   
Physics
   
   
Music
 
   
Management Information Systems
 
   
Music
   
Art
   
Music
Communication Studies
Art
   
Electrical Engineering
   
 X
   
Natural Resources Management
   
General Business
   
Electrical Engineering
Communication Studies
   
Retail Management
English
Sociology
Plant and Soil Sciences
Art
   
Art
   
Electrical Engineering
   
Plant and Soil Sciences
   
Visual Studies
 
Biology
   
Electrical Engineering
Multidisciplinary Studies
   
Management
Plant and Soil Sciences
   
Animal Science
   
Animal Science
   
Animal Science
Philosophy
   
Music
Exercise and Sport Sciences
Exercise and Sport Sciences
 
   
 
Art
Natural Resources Managaement
   
Music
Food Science
   
Anthropology
   
Music
 
   
Marketing
   
Music
   
Music
   
Honors Arts and Letters
   
Plant and Soil Sciences
 
   
X
Management
 
 
Communication Studies
 
   
X
Art
   
University Studies
   
   
English
   
Animal Science
Animal Science
 
   
Electrical Engineering
 
X
   
X
   
   
Music
Music
   
Music
X
   
Nutrition
 
   
Music
   
Honors Arts and Letters
   
Music
   
University Studies
 
Art
   
Music
   
Art
   
Exercise and Sport Sciences
   
Music
   
Music
 
   
Electrical Engineering
   
X
General Business
   
Nutrition
   
Art
Technical Communication
   
Physics
Natural Resources Management
Natural Resources Management
Finance
 
Marketing
   
Music
     
Art
   
   
Electrical Engineering
Exercise and Sport Sciences
   
Retail Management
   
Music
Management Information Systems
   
Music
   
Music
   
Music
   
Music
   
Music
Art
Plant and Soil Sciences
   
Music
Management Information Systems
   
Honors Arts and Letters
Natural Resources Management
   
Various
 

 

Teacher Certification

Texas Tech University offers a wide variety of programs that can provide certification for students desiring careers in education. Teacher certification concentrations are available in the following areas:

All Level Art (AART) Secondary Geosciences ‡ (MLGS)
All Level Music (AMUS) Seondary German (SGER)
All Level Physical Education (APED) Secondary History (SHIS)
All Level Theatre Arts (ATHE) Secondary Hospitality, Nutrition, and Food Sciences (SHNF)
Elementary Bilingual Spanish Generalist* (EBSP) Secondary Journalism (SJOU)
Elementary ESL Generalist* (EESL) Secondary Latin (SLAT)
Elementary Generalist † (EGNL) Secondary Life Earth Science ‡ (RLEM)
Elementary Math/Science* (MSEL) Secondary Life Science (SLFS)
Language Literacy Education (EDLL) Secondary Math/Physical Science/Engineering ‡ (MPSE)
Middle-Level English, Language Arts, and Reading* (MELR) Secondary Math (SMAT)
Middle-Level English, Language Arts, and Reading/Social Studies* (MERS) Secondary Physical Science (SPSC)
Middle-Level Math* (MMAT) Secondary Physics/Math ‡ (SPHM)
Middle-Level Math/Science* (MMSE) Secondary Physics ‡ (MLPY)
Middle-Level Science* (MSC) Secondary Science ‡ (SSCI)
Middle-Level Social Studies* (MSST) Secondary Social Studies (SSST)
Secondary Agricultural Science and Technology (SAST) Secondary Spanish (SSPA)
Secondary Biology ‡ (MLBI) Secondary Speech (SSPE)
Secondary Chemistry (SCHE) Special Education* (AGSE)
Secondary Chemistry ‡ (MLCH)  
Secondary Dance (SDNC) * As part of Multidisciplinary Studies major.
Secondary English, Language Arts, and Reading (SELR) As part of Multidisciplinary Studies or Early Childhood majors.
Secondary Family Consumer Sciences (SFCS) As part of Multidisciplinary Sciences major.
Secondary French (SFRE)  

Pre-Professional Fields

Pre-professional fields are a designation, not a major. For example, pre-law and pre-medicine are not majors; they designate a career path that will require a professional school after graduation. Pre-professional students who plan to earn a baccalaureate degree must choose a major in an academic discipline by their junior year and complete the courses required for admission into the professional school (e.g., law school). A program advisor can guide students in meeting the specific requirements for entry into a professional school (www.depts.ttu.edu/pphc, www.prelaw.ttu.edu). Available pre-professional fields include:

Clinical Laboratory Science (PMDT) Pre-Law (PLAW)
Occupational Therapy (POCP) Pre-Medicine (PMED)
Physical Therapy (PPHT) Pre-Nursing (PNUR)
Physician Assistant (PHPA) Pre-Optometry (POPT)
Pre-Dentistry (PDEN) Pre-Pharmacy (PPAR)
Pre-Engineering (PREN) Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences (PRCD)