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Undergraduate Fields of Study

Did you know?
Texas Tech has over 150 majors
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Selecting a major and a career are different!

An employer will consider your major as just one of many factors when making a hiring decision. In addition to your major, the skills you’ve acquired, your personal attributes and achievements will all factor into the hiring decision. Some majors lead to a wide variety of career paths. Thus it is important to have a well-rounded college experience.

Many people vary their careers during their lifetime. Thus, selecting your major does not have to be a one-time decision. You may be surprised where your career takes you.

Learn About Yourself

The key to finding a satisfying career is matching your personality to your career choice. Understanding who you are, your likes and dislikes, is the first step. This is a process that takes some time and reflection. But your career will occupy the majority of your adult life, so it’s worth taking some time to learn what will be satisfying to you to help you make good career decisions.

Areas Of Interest

Accounting

Advertising

Agricultural Economics and Business

Agricultural Science

Allied Health

Animal Science

Anthropology/Archaeology

Architecture

Art

Athletics & Sport

Audiology/Speech Pathology

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences (Biology, Zoology, Microbiology)

Biosystems Engineering

Botany

Broadcasting/Electronic Media

Business

Chemistry

Child & Family Studies

Classics

Communication Studies

Computer Science

Criminal Justice

Dance

Economics

Education

Engineering

English

Environmental Studies/Sciences

Finance

Food Science

Foreign Language

Forestry

Geography

Geology

Graphic Design 

History

Hospitality/Hotel & Restaurant Admin

Human Resource Management 

Human Services

Information & Library Science

Interior Design

International Studies

Journalism

Law

Logistics

Management

Management Information Systems

Marketing

Mathematics

Medical Fields

Music

Nursing

Nutrition

Nutrition

Philosophy

Physics

Plant Sciences

Political Science & Government

Psychology

Public Administration

Public Health

Public Relations

Recreation & Tourism Management 

Religious Studies

Retail/Merchandising

Social Work

Sociology

Technical Communication

Theater

Urban Studies

Wildlife & Fisheries

Women's Studies

Studies