Texas Tech University
- Graduate School
- LUBBOCK, TX
Texas Tech University Reviews
Rating 4.51 out of 5 85 reviews
I love Texas tech, mostly because of the high acceptance rate and low tuition costs.While having an amazing campus and staff with an amazing education.
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Very good school every one is super friendly and they respond really quick with any questions you may have. Something they can change in my opinion is lowering the tuition.
I am doing a master in curriculum and instruction bilingual and ESL. So far the professor seems very professional and is willing to work with you if you put in the work. Very passionate and understanding.
The environment is friendly and very helpful. They offer wonderful scholarships. It is diverse student body.
I am in the MSA program at TTU and it is the worst graduate program out there. Most schools let their students graduate and start working on their CPA but Tech thinks it is a good idea to make students pass 3 sections of the CPA to get an A in the Capstone, forcing even more pressure and stress on students and assuming every student studies the same way. I DO NOT RECOMMEND STUDYING ACCOUNTING AT TEXAS TECH. IT IS THE WORST MISTAKE I HAVE EVER MADE.
They are more concerned with their research than actually teaching students. A lot of time professors just pass their work to their graduate helpers.
I love the enthusiasm of the professors in the Counslor Education Department. The full time faculty are kind and helpful. They are enthusiastic and very well connected to the field including at state and national levels.
Courses taught by full time faculty are wonderful. Full time faculty members collaborate to keep course loads manageable.
School workloads are heavy but manageable. I am a biochemistry major with the College of arts and sciences. There is so much support around the students. They really want you to thrive, there is tutoring everywhere, even online. If you ever feel your falling behind all you have to do is reach out and someone can, and will help you.
TTU has always been a leader in the educational provisions that they give. From admission to advising Tech has been helpful in every way possible.
I have attended this university before and their education is amazing. The professors are very responsive and each of them are experts in their respective fields. This university is not just one that treies to get people through the doors, rather they try to move their students forward with a career. They maintain a focus on networking both on campus and outside of the university walls.
TTU is a great school to go to. The programs I was involved in really help prepare you for life after graduating and help you find jobs.
I, as a Phd student in Fine Art, prefer to have some practical courses, besides the theory. But TTU just offers just theory courses.
Texas Tech University has well-published and distinguished faculty members whose research directions are aligned with my research interests, along with its active researchers which would make up an informative and hardworking atmosphere.
I liked Texas Tech University because it offered the program I wanted to complete and it is the only program like it in the nation. The professors were awesome and really had a passion to share their knowledge with students to help them succeed.
For my program which was Wind Energy, the coursework directly applied to to the industry and to make the students ready for a career after graduation.