Texas Tech University

College of Human Sciences

COVID-19 Updates

Texas Tech and the College of Human Sciences are preparing for a safe return to campus. Find out more information at the links below.

COHS Commitment | TTU Commitment

 
 
 
Dodd Named Dean of Texas Tech College of Human SciencesTexas Tech College of Human Sciences CommitmentFaculty Member, Alumnus Selected in 40 Under 40 for Financial PlanningEarly Childhood Education Alumna Melds Teaching and Law Career

Connect With Us.

The College of Human Sciences prepares you for a successful career.

Our degree programs offer superior opportunities that help you maximize your potential. You will:

  • Earn a degree with influence. Many of our programs rank among the nation's best in their field. We have a strong reputation among employers and graduate schools, so our degrees will help you take the next step in your education or career.
  • Work with prominent faculty. You will take courses from experts who stand out for their achievements in research, professional practice, and education.
  • Get a hands-on education. Our degree programs emphasize practical experience in workplace settings outside the classroom, enabling you to build confidence, skills, and professional contacts.
  • Learn in state-of-the-art facilities. Our world-class research labs, production facilities, and design studios are equipped with professional-grade tools and capabilities.
  • Serve the community. While earning your degree, you will have many opportunities to help ordinary people—patients, customers, students, and others—in Lubbock and beyond.

Our degree programs empower you to make a difference in the lives of others.

If you want to help people find happiness, health, and fulfillment, the College of Human Sciences has a degree program for you.

Build a successful career with an undergraduate degree or graduate degree from the College of Human Sciences.

Students from our degree programs have outstanding rates of job placement and graduate school admissions.

All of our undergraduate degree programs include a professional internship, summer job placement, or other work experience that often leads directly to a job offer. Employers target College of Human Sciences students and recruit them aggressively.

Our faculty care about your success and go the extra mile to help you start your career. The College of Human Sciences has an active, loyal, and widespread alumni network that is eager to help new graduates find their niche.

Contact the College of Human Sciences

Office of the Dean
Phone: (806) 742-3031

Student Advising
Phone: (806) 742-1180

Office of Recruitment and Visitor's Center
Phone: (806) 742-1941


Webmaster

Consider a gift to COHS

Your generosity ensures our continued growth and our ability to improve the human condition locally, nationally, and globally.


News

  • Opinion: Who is looking out for your retirement? MarketWatch - OK, would-be retirees. Do you want the bad news, or the bad news? The bad news is that no one has ever faced a bigger or more difficult retirement challenge than those planning for it today. You’ll live longer after working longer than previous generations (OK, that’s good news, but it makes the finances much harder), you’ll face skyrocketing health care costs during your old age, and the Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid safety network you’re relying on is under sustained attack.
  • Making sense of cholesterol - the good, the bad and the dietary American Heart Association - Cholesterol can be confusing. But understanding it could help you live a longer, healthier life. So in honor of Cholesterol Education Month, we asked a pair of experts to clear up five common questions.
  • First-Year Student's Apparel Designs Chosen for New York Fashion Week At age 18, Jillian Lenae Hackett is already an award-winning fashion designer.
All News