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 through the school's original concept reintegration. This concept incorporates roles in teaching, clinical... more >

  • The faculty of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers broad based programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Medical Microbiology. The Master's degree ordinarily requires two years to complete. The studen... 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 >

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