Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences

Texas Tech University College Of Arts & Sciences

Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences is the largest college at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. It consists of 18 departments and offers 120 degree programs. It was founded in 1925 as one of the four original colleges of Texas Tech. In 2004, some departments and schools that had been part of the college were reorganized as the Texas Tech University College of Media & Communication and the Texas Tech University College of Visual & Performing Arts.

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