Ph.D. - Fine Arts;Ph.D. - Land-Use Planning, Management, and Design;;, M.A. and M.S. Interdisciplinary Studies;M.A. - Museum Science;M.A. - Applied Linguistics;M.P.A. - Public Administration;M.S. - Sports Health;M.S. - Biotechnology;M.S. - Heritage Management;M.S. Multidisciplinary Science;Minor in Ethnic Studies;Minor in Latin American and Iberian Studies; ;Minor in Legal Studies;Minor in Comparative Literature;Minor in Women's Studies;Minor in Neural and Behavioral Sciences;Minor in Risk-Taking Behavior
The Master of Arts or Master of Science degree program in Interdisciplinary Studies is intended for mature students who wish to continue education at the graduate level but do not seek specialized training concentrated in a major area. This program is designed for students with broader interests in several fields or for those whose career goals do not match fully with a single identifiable academic unit or department.
Texas Tech University has also established several interdisciplinary minors or areas of emphasis available for students to enhance their interdisciplinary degree or any other master's or doctoral degree plans available on campus