A comprehensive research university, Texas Tech offers masters' degrees in 100 program areas and doctoral degrees in 60 areas. Programs of study include the sciences, social sciences, humanities, business administration, engineering, agriculture, architecture, law, visual and performing arts, education, and human sciences. Each semester, graduate students from all 50 states and more than 90 countries are drawn to Texas Tech by its personalized, high-quality graduate education.
Texas Tech's graduate faculty includes many nationally and internationally prominent scholars in whose offices and laboratories cutting edge research is changing the way we understand the world and the way we live our lives.
Our location in a small but progressive city offers definite advantages to the graduate student looking for a low cost of living combined with many recreational and cultural opportunities. Our campus offers excellent teaching and learning facilities and a 2.1 million-volume library that has attained membership in the prestigious Association of Research Libraries.
Whatever your personal ambitions, Texas Tech offers a graduate education environment in which you can define your goals, hone your skills, and find answers to the questions that matter most to you.
I hope you will consider becoming a part of the Texas Tech family. I can promise you an educational experience on our campus as challenging and rewarding as any you will discover.
David J. Schmidly, Ph.D.
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