Texas Tech University At Highland Lakes

Texas Tech University at Highland Lakes is an official off campus teaching site of Texas Tech University located in Marble Falls, Texas. The site was established in 2002 to extend Texas Tech's presence in the Texas Hill Country by hosting year-round academic programs.

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Texas Tech University At Highland Lakes - Academic Programs
... Texas Tech University at Highland Lakes hosts both graduate and undergraduate degrees through on-site and distance education ... Most classes meet simultaneously at TTU at Highland Lakes, TTU at Fredericksburg, and TTU at Junction ... Bachelor of General Studies]] and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (through a partnership with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's School of Nursing) ...

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