Tulsa Community College has served Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma since 1970. Four fully equipped campuses – Metro, Northeast, Southeast and West – populate the Tulsa area, along with several community campuses in the suburban areas. Creative, innovative learning environments on every campus keep pace with rising career areas.
Students can choose from associate degree and certificate options ranging from bioscience to tomorrow’s technology. Programs are organized into the following schools:
Business and Information Technology
Child Development and Education
Engineering and Applied Technology
Liberal Arts and Communication
Sciences and Mathematics
Visual and Performing Arts
Professional development and certifications are available in fully online formats through the Continuing Education and Workforce Development department.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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