Texas Tech University

Engineering, Computing and Math

Your understanding of math, science and technology can make people's lives better. Use your skills in a new ways—protect the country against terrorists or help airlines become more efficient. Work with biomolecules, robotics or mathematical formulas.

Your degree promises an exciting ride—maybe on a roller coaster or a spaceship you design.

Why Texas Tech?

You'll study problems that affect the world and contribute to their solutions. Erika Nordstrom, BS/Civil Engineering, 2007, completed an internship researching answers to our diminishing water resources. The foundation she received in the classroom prepared her for the real world experience.


"I was able to see hands-on the application of the knowledge I gained in my classes."

Erica Nordstrom, BS '07

 

 The Facts

  • In the co-op program in the College of Engineering, you'll work with professional engineers at companies like 3M, Chevron, Dow Chemical, NASA and Toyota Motor Manufacturing while you complete your undergraduate degree.
  • Team projects and competitions put your classroom knowledge to the test. Use your skills on a cement canoe, structural bridge or Formula One car.
  • Incorporate a study abroad experience into your education with Engineers Without Borders, a program that sends volunteers to work in developing countries.

Colleges and Majors

ENGINEERING

www.coe.ttu.edu | 806.742.3451
Chemical Engineering | Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering | Computer Science
Electrical Engineering | Engineering Physics
Engineering Technology (Construction, Electrical/Electronics or Mechanical)
Industrial Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Petroleum Engineering

ARCHITECTURE

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Architecture/Civil Engineering (dual)

RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

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IT (Business Analysis, Web Application Design, Telecommunications/Networking)

ARTS AND SCIENCES

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Geography | Mathematics
Mathematics/Computer Science (dual)