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| I thoroughly enjoyed my time in graduate school at Tech. Though I entered the civil engineering masters program without a bachelors degree, I made great friends in my undergraduate courses and learned to apply myself in engineering. Tech most certainly has top-notch students as I had it was an immense challenge to hold my own with them. |
My professors were exceptionally renowned in their fields. They fully expect a graduate student to make every effort to understand an engineering concept or problem, but will also help direct you out of a log jam.
After graduating nearly eleven years ago, Tech still leaves a permanent mark on my presentation as a professional. I would highly recommend that a graduate student work on a research project and write a thesis. The presentation and written communication skills are invaluable and will place you professionally in a position that is above par. As far as Tech and Lubbock are rated, I never had a problem making good friends. There are plenty of activities to get involved with and places to go and hang out.
| Starting Job: Project Engineer, Preparedness: A+, Reputation: B+ |
|Jan 11 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| Texas Tech provided a wonderful experience for me. The students and faculty were outstanding. Lubbock is a nice city also. People are friendly and have a good work ethic. Work hard and develop good study habits early. There are people around to help if you need it. |
| Starting Job: Research Associate, Preparedness: A+, Reputation: A |
|Sep 13 2011|| Alumna Female --
Class 2000 |