About the College of Arts & Sciences
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES at Texas Tech offers a wide variety of courses and programs in the arts, humanities, mathematics, social and behavioral sciences, natural sciences, and communications. The largest of the Colleges at Texas Tech, it offers 120 degree programs in 16 departments.
MAJORS RANGE FROM A to Z, from Anthropology to Zoology. With 8,333 undergraduate and 1,285 graduate students enrolled in the College, classes may range in size from large lower division lecture courses to more intimate upper division courses and graduate seminars. Whether the course enrollment is large or small, faculty are interested in their students as individuals and make an effort to be accessible for individual conferences or help-sessions outside of class.
OFFERING A BROAD RANGE OF INSTRUCTION, Arts & Sciences faculty nonetheless have a common purpose: to impart the knowledge and skills, the values and attitudes that constitute a liberal education. To help students solve problems, think, and communicate are the primary and essential aims of the College.
TO DISCOVER THE COLLEGE'S BEGINNINGS, read a brief history of The College of Arts & Sciences.
FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING THE COLLEGE of Art & Sciences, you may contact:
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FACULTY DIVISION, contact:
- Associate Dean John Zak
- Associate Dean Randy D. McBee
- Associate Dean David Roach
- Associate Dean Stefanie Borst
FOR INORMATION ABOUT STUDENT AFFAIRS, contact:
Office of the Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-1034