Texas Tech Interdisciplinary Degree Programs2018-08-21T02:22:01+00:00

Texas Tech University Degree Programs

Degree Programs Offered at the Texas Tech University Regional Teaching Site in Fredericksburg.

University Studies and Interdisciplinary Degree Programs

Interdisciplinary degrees are a rewarding option for students who wish a greater degree of flexibility in their course of study. An interdisciplinary degree is not based on a specific major or minor. Instead, the student’s curriculum consists of courses from three areas of study. A well-designed interdisciplinary degree can help a student prepare to pursue a particular career, intellectual interest or a professional ambition. The three areas of study form a coherent specialization that is unavailable elsewhere in the university as an organized plan of study.

Bachelor of General Studies

Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences

Bachelor of Arts and Science in University Studies

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science in Applied Leadership

Learn more about the minors and concentrations available for University Studies and Interdisciplinary Degree Programs.

Local Food and Wine Production Systems

The recent farm-to-table movement created demand and growth in local wineries. To meet this demand, TTU established a bachelor degree in Local Food and Wine Production. The program focuses on viticulture and winemaking to support the growing Texas wine industry and brings in grape growers and winemakers from around the nation to earn industry certification.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science.

College of Education Degree Programs

TechTeach Across Texas is a fast-track teacher education program that allows students with an Associate of Arts and Teaching from a community college to complete a bachelor degree and earn teacher certification in one calendar year. TechTeach has a partnership with Fredericksburg ISD which allows teacher candidates to complete student teaching locally, finish the program in just one year and start a career in teaching.

Do you want to become a principal or superintendent without leaving the Fredericksburg area? The College of Education offers graduate degrees that are on the Leading Edge of Education.

Learn more about College of Education Degree Programs:

Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies (TechTeach)

Graduate Programs in Educational Leadership

Other Degrees offered at HCUC

Texas Tech University is working to add new degrees and concentrations at the HCUC for local students.

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Speak To An Advisor
806-834-2580/ admissions.counseling.hillcountry@ttu.edu

Apply for a Texas Transfer Application

The Following Items Are Required For Admission Consideration:

  • Apply at: www.applytexas.org
  • Your Target University will be: Texas Tech University (Lubbock)
  • Your Application Type will be: Transfer, U.S.
  • Your Major will be determined by your Areas of Study. Please make sure and select the one determined by your Pre-Academic Advising.
  • Your Location in the Custom Questions Section will be: Fredericksburg
  • $75 Application Fee or Fee Waiver
  • Official Transcripts From ALL Previous Colleges, Universities, and High Schools Attended must be provided to Undergraduate Admissions.

Assured Admissions: Transfer students with 24 or more hours and a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher are assured admission. For 12-23 hours, cumulative GPA must be 2.50 or higher.

Admission Review: If you do not meet assured admission requirements but have at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA, an admissions committee will evaluate your application.

For more information go to TTU Admissions

Notification of decision will take 2 – 4 weeks