Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Lubbock, Texas

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38*

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Top Reasons to Choose Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Online

  1. The Health and Sciences Center awards Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD degrees. Areas of study include, but are not limited to, Nursing, Counseling, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Mental Health, Public Health, Pharmacy, Laboratory Science, and Health Care Administration.
  2. Interprofessional education leads to higher functioning health care teams. Students from different professions work together.
  3. The Center stresses practical hands-on patient care in a supervised environment, with the opportunity to provide care for a diverse group of patients.
  4. The Center provides technology enhanced education to train students with the most advanced testing and treatment equipment.

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Overview

Key FactsAnswers
Total Enrollment5,294 (34% fully online)
Public or PrivatePublic
Number of Online Programs2
Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$6,417 per year
Accreditation TypeRegional
AccreditationSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
Religious AffiliationNone
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

Established in 1969, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is the medical wing of the Texas Tech University System. It has over 5,000 students enrolled, 34% of whom are enrolled fully online.

TTUHSC offers two online options for students in the health sciences. Students may pursue an RN-to-BSN with either standard or accelerated tracks. The university stresses a balance of hands-on patient care under supervision and experience learning and applying new technologies.

The average cost of in-state undergraduate tuition at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is $6,417, and the cost for graduate students is $6,168.

Tuition

Tuition TypeCost
Average In-State Undergraduate Tuition$6,417
Average In-State Graduate Tuition$6,168
Tution Guarantee No
Pre-paid Tuition Plan No
Tuition Payment Plan Yes
Average Amount of Aid$5,517
Net Cost by Income
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

Student Body

Key FactAnswer
Fully Online Students34%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio7:1
Percentage of Students of Color44%
Percentage of Non-Resident Alien Students1%
Percentage of Adult Students (ages 25-64)1%
Students With Registered Disabilities< 3%
Source: National Center for Educational Statistics

Online Bachelor’s Degrees

Nursing & Healthcare
Degree RankingCredits NeededCompletion Time
BSN - Nursing: RN to BSN304-5 years
BSN - Nursing (Accelerated)1204-5 years

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