Texas Tech University College of Human Sciences

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Texas Tech University
College of Human Sciences
Texas Tech Human Sciences logo.svg
Established 1925 (1925)
Dean Linda Hoover
Academic staff
104
Students 2,991[1]
Undergraduates 2,626[1]
Postgraduates 365[1]
Location Lubbock, Texas, U.S.
33°35′01″N 101°52′23″W / 33.583487°N 101.873139°W / 33.583487; -101.873139Coordinates: 33°35′01″N 101°52′23″W / 33.583487°N 101.873139°W / 33.583487; -101.873139
Website www.hs.ttu.edu

Texas Tech University College of Human Sciences is a college at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. It was founded in 1925 as the College of Home Economics, one of the four original colleges of Texas Tech.

Academic departments[edit]

  • Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Sciences
  • Department of Design
  • Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Education
  • Department of Hospitality and Retail Management
  • Department of Human Development and Family Studies
  • Department of Nutritional Sciences
  • Department of Personal Financial Planning

Research centers[edit]

  • Center for Financial Responsibility[2]
  • Center for the Study of Addiction & Recovery[3]
  • Child Development Research Center[4]
  • Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences[5]
  • Skyviews Restaurant[6]
  • Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute[7]
  • Women's Studies[8]

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