Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center: Lubbock, Texas

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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Lubbock , TX  
  • Areas of Strength and Special Programs in the Physiology DepartmentCardiopulmonary Neurophysiology Renal Electrophysiology Fluorescence Imaging Howard... more >

  • The department offers programs leading to the Ph.D. degree in Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Student stipends are provided for the duration of study a... more >

  • The Occupational Therapy Program is dedicated to the education of competent entry-level practitioners and future leaders in the profession. more >

  • Why should you consider speech-language pathology as a career choice? First, if you have thought about working in medicine or education, speech-langua... more >

  • As one of the three schools within the Health Sciences Center, the School of Nursing facilitates attainment of the Health Sciences Center mission thro... more >

  • The faculty of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers broad based programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy deg... more >

  • The mission of the MPT program is to educate future physical therapists who will value interaction and service to others in all settings, including un... more >

  • The MP program offers a Master of Science degree in Molecular Pathology that provides students with the theoretical knowledge and technical skills to... more >

  • The Department of Pharmacology is part of the School of Medicine at Texas Tech UniversityHealth Science Center. We teach both medical and graduates st... more >

  • If you are interested in a career in academic medicine as a physician scientist, this program may be ideal for you. more >

  • A real-world medical education awaits aspiring physicians at Texas Tech School of Medicine. Changes in the health care system have created a demand fo... more >

  • The objective is to prepare students for careers in research and teaching. Admission to the program is competitive and typically made each spring for... more >

  • This is an interdisciplinary degree supported by all basic science departments in the Health Sciences Center. more >

  • The MAT program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). more >

  • The TTUHSC DPT program is a 9 consecutive semester, (3 year) 100 semester credit hour program that culminates with an Entry-Level Doctor of Physical T... more >

  • In the fall of 2000, the Department of Communication Disorders at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center was approved for the first Doctor of Au... more >