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Online and Distance Learning at Texas Tech

Justin R. Louder, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice Provo
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Box 42191 | Lubbock, TX 79409-2191
T 806.742.7227 | F 806.742.7277
justin.louder@ttu.edu | www.elearning.ttu.edu
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Multiple college online and regional programs, certificate and certificate preparation programs make pursuing an education through Texas Tech University possible at any location. Online and distance learning programs at Texas Tech are delivered through a variety of modalities, including synchronous or asynchronous instruction and interactive video conferencing.

Students pursuing degree programs via online and distance learning at Texas Tech are held to the same entrance requirements as students in Lubbock. Courses, curriculum, and graduation requirements in each of the online and distance programs meet the same standards as those in Lubbock.

 

Undergraduate Minors

  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Studies in Personal Finance
  • Wind Energy

 

Bachelor’s Degrees

  • Bachelor of General Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in University Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in University Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Horticultural and Turfgrass Sciences

 

Master’s Degrees

  • Master of Agriculture†
  • Master of Arts Education
  • Master of Arts in Technical Communication
  • Master of Education in Educational Leadership
  • Master of Education in Instructional Technology
  • Master of Education in Special Education (emphasis available in Autism and Applied Behavioral Analysis, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education, Generic Special Education, Educational Diagnostician, Visual Impairment, Dual Sensory Impairments, and Orientation and Mobility)
  • Master of Engineering
  • Master of Science in Agricultural Education
  • Master of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Education*
  • Master of Science in Horticulture
  • Master of Science in Human Development and Family Studies (with an emphasis in Gerontology)*
  • Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Science (with an emphasis in Middle School or High School
  • Math/Science)
  • Master of Science in Plant and Soil Science
  • Master of Science in Software Engineering
  • Master of Science in Systems and Engineering Management

 

Doctoral Degrees

  • Doctor of Education in Agricultural Education (joint program with Texas A&M)
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
  • Doctor of Education in Higher Education (Community College Administrator)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction (with concentration in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education or with specialization in Science Education)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Systems and Engineering Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Technical Communication and Rhetoric

 

Graduate Certificates

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Autism
  • Charitable Financial Planning
  • Crop Protection
  • Dual Sensory Impairments
  • Fibers and Biopolymers
  • Gerontology*
  • Health Care Change
  • Horticultural Landscape Management
  • Software Engineering
  • Soil Management
  • Special Education Transition
  • Wind Energy

 

Graduate Certificate Preparation Programs

  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (Texas State Board for Educator Certification)
  • Educational Diagnostician (Texas State Board for Educator Certification)
  • Family and Consumer Sciences Education (FCSE) Teacher Education**
  • Generic Special Education (Texas State Board for Educator Certification)
  • Orientation and Mobility (National Certification in Orientation and Mobility through the Academy for
  • Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals [ACVREP])
  • Visual Impairment (Texas State Board for Educator Certification)
  • Superintendent Professional

 

* Includes inter-institutional programs offered through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education
    Alliance – GPIDEA
** Inter-institutional program offered through the Family and Consumer Science Alliance