Texas Tech University

Undergraduate Advising

Celeste Yoshinobu
Undergraduate Advisor: Geology and Geophysics

Email: celeste.yoshinobu@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 834-3299

Fax: (806) 742-0100 

Office:
124 Science Building
 

Address: Department of Geosciences, Mail Stop 1053, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-1053

Advising Hours: To schedule an appointment, use this link http://Strive.TTU.edu
or send an email to celeste.yoshinobu@ttu.edu

Celeste Yoshinobu

Academic Programs

The Geology and Geophysics Program offers a course of study leading to the Bachelor of Science in Geosciences (geology, geophysics or environmental geology concentrations) and Bachelor of Arts in Geosciences (geology concentration).  Graduates from the program are employed in the petroleum industry, state and federal agencies, environmental firms and major colleges and universities across the country. 

Minors in Geology or Geophysics are available for all majors. 

The Geology and Geophysics Program also offers a wide variety of courses that can be used as general electives and several approved courses that can be used to meet the general education requirements of the core curriculum. 

Admissions

Undergraduate Admission

Undergraduate students who are interested in TTU Geosciences program can apply to Texas Tech University directly through the TTU Admission Office using the online Apply Texas website:

Students are also welcome to transfer into geosciences from other programs within Texas Tech University or from other institutions. 

Transfer Students

The Department of Geosciences welcomes students who transfer from other institutions.  If you plan on transferring to Texas Tech University there are a few important points to consider

  • Application is online at the Registrar website. Alternatively, you may use ApplyTexas for transfer students
  • Transfer students should apply for scholarships within the ApplyTexas application to be considered for transfer student scholarships.
  • Transfer credits are evaluated by the TTU Transfer Evaluation Office upon receipt of transcripts. However the TTU Registrar provides a transfer evaluation tool to help students plan for transferring into Texas Tech.  This is a great tool to stay on track when completing courses at another institution.
  • Students in the College of Arts and Sciences are allowed to transfer up to 72 hours from junior colleges. 

Undergraduate Courses