Texas Tech University, established in 1923, offers Undergraduate and Graduate courses as well as Law studies to residents and out-of-state students in the United States.
The university offers approximately one hundred and fifty degree programs, one hundred and four master’s programs and about fifty-six doctoral programs. The university’s School of Law boasts of having a pass rate on the bar exam.
With these credentials under their belt, it comes as no surprise that a lot of students in the state of Texas as well as others who live out-of-state opt to go to Texas Tech for their college courses. Fortunately, students who are not able to attend the university are given the option of completing their courses online.
Texas Tech Online Courses for College include degrees in Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science for college undergrads as well as master’s and doctorate degrees for college graduates.
Online Bachelor’s Degrees
For those wishing to enroll in the university for an online Bachelor’s Degree, your options include the following: Bachelor of General Studies, Bachelor of Science in Horticultural and Turfgrass Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies and Bachelor of Arts and Science in University Studies.
Course fees are to be determined by concerned departments but generally, the minimum fee per hour is $3 and the maximum fee per hour is $45.
More information on Tuition and Fees can be found at the official website of Texas Tech University’s online courses portal.
The university understands that tuition and other fees are sometimes hard to meet which is why the school offers financial assistance to their students.
You can check the guidelines on eligibility for financial aid as well as the various types of funding assistance that the school can offer to their undergrad students on their website.
Financial assistance is awarded based on which Grant you qualify in. Grants are as follow: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, Texas Public Education Grant, Texas Grant, Federal TEACH Grant and Top Ten Percent Scholarship.
Grants range from $200 to $5,550.
If you are not eligible for any of the Grants mentioned above, you can also apply for a loan. Loan types are: Federal District Student Loan, Federal Parent PLUS Loan, College Access Loan and Private Educational Loan.
You can apply for financial assistance directly on the university’s website by filling up the Scholarship application form. For Federal Direct Loans, you must fulfill a Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling otherwise your loan application may not be considered.