Texas Tech University - La Ventana Yearbook (Lubbock, TX)

 - Class of 1985

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II.- », ■ • pzz Something for everyone College of Arts and Sciences he College of Arts and Sci- ences , the largest on Tech ' s cam- pus, offers 27 departments and 67 separate undergrad- uate degree programs. " We ' re the largest in terms of number of majors and in terms of what we call semester credit hours. " said associate dean Dr. Otto Nelson. " We wind up teaching about two-thirds of all the courses offered on campus. " For example. Nelson said that in the 1984 spring semester, the College of Arts and Sciences taught more than 60 percent of all Tech courses. More than 19,000 stu- dents are enrolled in the college. Departments in- clude biblical literature, Three hours of standing and mix- ing ingredients is worth it if you get the chemical reaction you ' re looking for. biological sciences, mass communications, mathe- matics, philosophy, physi- cal education and theatre arts. A recent department change involves the addi- tion of two degrees to the department of chemistry and biological chemistry (previously the chemistry department.) " We ' re very pleased with this new pro- gram, ' ' said Nelson. " That ' s a rapidly moving field, and one we think will enhance both biochemistry and biological sciences. " The College of Arts and Sciences seeks primarily to teach thinking and com- munication skills and to provide a liberal education. — Camille Wheeler Word processors aid English stu- dents in the typing of papers. The terminals can be found on the sec- ond floor of the English building. Various art works can be seen around campus. Many of these were done by Tech art students. Candy Mathers Candy Mathers College of Arts and Sciences — 175

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Candy Mathers 174 — College of Arts and Sciences



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— Preparing the future business leaders: The College of Business With an enroll- ment of 4,700 undergradu- ates and 400 graduates , the College of Business Administration attempts to prepare students for careers in business and management. " Basically, we provide high quality education in order to prepare the future business leaders, " said De- nise Jackson, public rela- tions spokesperson for the college. The College of Business Administration offers five degrees: bachelor of busi- ness administration, master of business administration, doctor of business adminis- tration, master of science and master of science in accounting. Undergraduates may ma- jor in accounting, econom- ics, t ' mance. general busi- ness, marketing, manage- ment, petroleum land man- agement, secretarial admin- istration or management information systems. The As the semester draws on and more assignments are due, long lines at the copy machines become a frequent site in the BA rotunda. management information systems major stresses the use of computers. The col- lege more and more is emphasizing the use of computers and has inte- grated them successfully into the classroom. The College of Business Ad ministration has four program areas: the under- graduate program, the graduate program, research and social programs and the Center for Professional De- velopment. The programs are di- vided into five areas: accounting, finance, man- agement, marketing and in- formation systems and quantitative sciences. — Annette Bousquet Any experienced BA student knows that there is no such thing as just " walking through " the building between classes. Many students take a minute to chat with friends. Twelve floors of offices house the many professors who teach BA students accounting, finance, marketing, management, informa- tion systems and secretarial admin- istration. There also is a disk on top of the building that receives a ticker tape to keep everyone up to 1 1 date on business happenings. V An Aharez Kevin Bnnkley 176 — College of Business Administration

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