Tulsa Technology Center, Broken Arrow Campus

Tulsa Tech (TTC) was founded in 1965 as a part of Tulsa Public Schools and in 1973 began as an independent school district with one campus. Today, Tulsa Tech has seven campuses and multiple training locations throughout Tulsa County serving thousands of students. By providing career and technical education as well as business services, Tulsa Tech is a key driver of economic development in northeast Oklahoma. Opened in the fall of 2013, the Owasso Campus is a state-of-the-art, 256,000 square foot energy-efficient facility with classrooms, laboratories, and includes a 51,000 square foot Conference Center for public use and student-training. We engage businesses with our educational programs, resulting in a stronger workforce community where companies can thrive. Our diverse course offerings are designed to streamline the transition from the classroom to the real world. We invest in continuous improvements to ensure our training is in sync with today’s savvy, competitive, global economy. As we look to the future, technology continues to play an increasing role in the development and delivery of Tulsa Tech programs and services as we strive to be the region’s leader of career and technology education resulting in a quality job for every Tulsa Tech student and a skilled workforce for every company.

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Tulsa Tech Manufacturing programs


Tulsa Tech Medical Programs


Tulsa Tech Automotive programs

Programs Offered

Auto Collision Repair & Refinishing

Automotive Service Technology

CNC Machining

Computer Aided Drafting-MN


Foundations of Manufacturing

Health Studies


Medium/Heavy Diesel Service

Motorcycle Technology

Power Products

Truck Driver Training (Adult Only)

Tulsa Technology Center, Broken Arrow Campus