Texas Tech University is one of the iconic institutions of higher education in Texas. Located in sunny Lubbock, students from around the world descend upon this beautiful campus to pursue degrees in a host of disciplines. With more than 40,000 students, the university is massive and has students from over a hundred countries and all fifty states. It offers bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctoral degrees, including many which can be obtained online. Does Texas Tech offer online degrees? Yes!

More than 40 online degrees

Texas Tech has more than forty online degree programs, and they range from bachelor’s programs to doctoral programs. Probably one of the most sought-after online Ph.D. programs in the country is the online Ph.D. in Technical Communication and Rhetoric at Texas Tech. It is one of just four online Ph.D. Communications programs in the country and it is the only one available from a land-grant university.

2020 has caused universities around the world to rush to online programming as a solution to their enrollment woes. Thankfully for Texas Tech, they already had a robust online program in place prior to the pandemic. And it seems that online programming is just going to grow as the preferred method for higher education.

For more information about online and distance education programs, please visit TexasTech.edu.

A little more about Texas Tech

It was founded in 1923, so it is nearly one hundred years old!

Over 25% of its student population is Hispanic

Texas Tech has a satellite location in Seville, Spain.

Three astronauts, including the final commander of Space Shuttle Columbia attended Texas Tech.

There are over 500 student clubs on campus.

The mascot is the Red Raiders.

There is a statue of Will Rogers riding a horse on campus.