The Texas Tech Regional Teaching Site in Fredericksburg is located at the Hill Country University Center in Fredericksburg, Texas and is one of seven regional sites in the State of Texas. Texas Tech in Fredericksburg provides an opportunity for students to overcome the three biggest barriers to the pursuit of higher education: availability, proximity to home, and cost.
Students can pursue post-secondary degrees while realizing considerable savings by living and working locally. Students can complete bachelor’s degrees in a variety of disciplines for about 1/3 of the cost of going away to college. The degrees earned from the Texas Tech Regional Site in Fredericksburg are the same as those earned on the main campus in Lubbock. The Texas Tech University Regional Teaching Sites at Fredericksburg makes a Carnegie Tier-One education in Central Texas a reality.
Academic Programs Offered at the Texas Tech Regional Teaching Site in Fredericksburg:
Texas Tech at Fredericksburg offers bachelor’s, master’s and graduate certification programs. Interdisciplinary bachelor’s degrees allow students the flexibility of choosing their own distinct academic program by combining three areas of study that best fit their career goals. Students work one-on-one with an admissions counselor and academic advisor to plan a well-designed degree that helps them prepare to pursue a particular intellectual interest, a professional ambition, or graduate study. With 20 areas of study, students can design a degree that meets their career goals. For information on the degrees offered at Texas Tech in Fredericksburg, contact Lance Pickle at 806.834.2580 or email@example.com.
The Department of Plant and Soil Science at Texas Tech in Fredericksburg offers academic and certificate programs that equip students to pursue a career in the Texas wine industry. Now, more than ever, people have an increased interest in how and where their food is produced. In Fredericksburg, students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science Local Food & Wine Production, with additional options to study Viticulture & Enology, Horticulture & Turfgrass Science. Students with a deeper interest in research and the scientific aspects of viticulture and enology can pursue a Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degree in Plant and Soil Science. Professional certificate programs award continuing education units and are designed for non-traditional students seeking to develop additional job skills, advance their careers in the wine industry, or make a career change. For more information, visit grapesandwine.ttu.edu.
The Texas Tech Regional Teaching Site at Fredericksburg also offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees in education. The TechTeach Across Texas program in Fredericksburg is an elementary teacher education program for students wishing to teach EC – 6th grade in the Fredericksburg Independent School District. TechTeach is a clinically intensive program for students who complete an Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT) from a local community college. Students can attend Central Texas College (CTC) in Fredericksburg, earn an AAT degree and then transfer to Texas Tech to complete a bachelor’s degree and earn teacher certification in one calendar year. Texas Tech’s Partnership with Fredericksburg ISD allows Teacher Candidates to complete student teaching locally while taking upper-division coursework online. Teacher Candidates receive classroom coaching from skilled Mentor Teachers while being supervised by a Site Coordinator.
The Department of Educational Psychology & Leadership offers master’s and doctoral programs that prepare future college administrators, primary and secondary school and district leaders, as well as practical and academic educational psychologists. For more information on programs offer by the College of Education, contact Michele Hicks at 806-834-4057 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Texas Tech University Regional Teaching Site at Fredericksburg, please visit our website: fredericksburg.ttu.edu. To schedule a visit to the Hill Country University Center or to speak to an admissions counselor call 830.990.2717 or email us at email@example.com.
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