Texas Tech University

Bachelors of University Studies

Offered by the Office of the Provost
Available: Online Collin | Fredericksburg | Highland Lakes | Rockwall | WacoPrint

Program Overview

Minimum Hours: 120
Prerequisite: Core Curriculum

University Studies is an interdisciplinary major that encourages integrative learning and fosters new areas of learning and discovery by facilitating student learning across department and college boundaries. Administered by University Programs within the Office of the Provost, a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in University Studies provides a unique course of study that allows students flexibility in choosing three distinct areas of study. Each area is referred to as a “concentration.” Although the three concentrations exist as separate programs within the university, they are normally unavailable as a combination of courses in an existing degree program. For example, a student might focus on a specialization in environmental journalism with concentrations in journalism, plant and soil sciences, and environmental toxicology. Each area exists in different colleges as part of separate degree programs, but only a major in university studies will allow students to study the three concentrations as a unit.

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