Texas Tech University at Hill College

Located in beautiful Cleburne, Texas, at Hill College's Johnson County campus, Texas Tech University Higher Education Teaching Site at Hill College makes a Carnegie Tier-One education in the Cleburne area a reality for you.

Attainable, affordable, prestigious: From here, it's possible.

Hill College serves more than 4,000 students annually between its Hill County campus, Johnson County campus, Burleson Center, Glen Rose Center and Meridian Center. Hill College is also a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development. By partnering with Texas Tech University, Hill College offers you the opportunity to join this active community in Cleburne while you take your upper-level coursework.

You may also qualify for one of the generous Texas Tech transfer scholarships! Transfer scholarships are offered to admitted students transferring from community colleges based on official transcripts submitted to the Office of Admissions and pay toward fall and spring terms.

Students at Hill College interested in one of the degree plans are encouraged to meet with a Texas Tech advisor between their freshman and sophomore years.

Programs taught in:
English

This school also offers:

BA

Texas Tech University at Hill College

This degree requires 60 hours of coursework at Texas Tech University in addition to the initial 60 hours transferred from an approved collaborating institution. ... [+]

Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences in Applied Leadership(BAAS)

Students seeking the 120-hour Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) degree must first obtain an associate degree from an approved institution. This degree requires 60 hours of coursework at Texas Tech University in addition to the initial 60 hours transferred from an approved collaborating institution.

The program is administered by the Office of the Provost, and interested students should contact the student services center in University Studies (806.742.7100).

Degree Requirements 1. Hours Required and General/College Requirement

A minimum of 120 semester hours, 40 of which must be at the junior/senior level, and fulfillment of degree requirements for the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree as specified in the "General Requirements" in the Undergraduate Academics section of this catalog.... [-]

USA Cleburne
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
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Texas Tech University at Hill College

The B.A. in Political Science is currently in the development stage for the regional site campuses. Students at regional site campuses will take a combination of face-to- ... [+]

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

The B.A. in Political Science is currently in the development stage for the regional site campuses. We anticipate offering a B.A. in Political Science beginning in Fall 2017. Students at regional site campuses will take a combination of face-to-face, synchronous, and fully online courses to complete the 33-hour requirement for a B.A. in Political Science. Interested in taking courses at the regional site to get your political science education started? There are several upper division options at all of our regional site campuses!

Program Overview

The political science curriculum is designed to provide students with a solid foundation and broad understanding of the discipline of political science and allow them to specialize in areas of particular substantive interest. Political science provides excellent instruction for students interested in politics, law, journalism, teaching, or civil service. Insight into political values, domestic policy issues, and foreign policy are invaluable for students interested in such careers as well as for careers in business.... [-]

USA Cleburne
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
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BSc

Texas Tech University at Hill College

The Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences is designed for students who wish to pursue multiple fields of study within the College of Human Sciences. It provides flexibili ... [+]

Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences is designed for students who wish to pursue multiple fields of study within the College of Human Sciences. It provides flexibility for students to explore specific areas of interest, work toward career goals, or prepare for graduate or professional study. Students are required to select three areas of concentration, which are similar in content to a minor.

Each concentration consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours for a total of 54 minimum hours. Two concentrations must be in the College of Human Sciences and may be selected from addictive disorders and recovery studies; apparel design and manufacturing; community, family, and addiction sciences; human development and family studies; interior design; nutritional sciences; personal financial planning; restaurant, hotel, and institutional management; retail management; personal finance, youth development, and family and consumer sciences extension education.... [-]

USA Cleburne
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Read more in English