Welcome to the Distance Learning Program page for the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering at Texas Tech University. Our asynchronous online classes provide a flexible and convenient educational alternative to the traditional classroom and globally expands the reach of our college. Yet, our courses are conducted each semester concurrently with a face-to-face course. This arrangement offers distance students access to the same experienced professors, curriculum, projects, and assignments as students attending on campus without the relocation expense. Whether you are already a working professional, considering promotion opportunities or initiating an entrepreneurial start-up, our distance learning program is available to help you achieve success from anywhere in the world.
Texas Tech College of Engineering is one of the most
affordable graduate degree programs in the nation.
The average age of a WCOE distance learning student is 36.
However, the age range spans from 23 to 68!
In 1966, TTU College of Engineering professors flew to Borger, Texas, just 176 miles away from Lubbock) to teach classes for Phillips Petroleum.
Check out what previous students have to say about their experience with our distance learning program!
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