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W E L COM E T O T U L S A T E C H At Tulsa Tech we offer a wide range of opportunities that will prepare you for success in your career while earning credits toward your college degree. Whichever direction you choose, Tulsa Tech provides a variety of classes to help you achieve your goals. At Tulsa Tech we offer… » FREE tuition for public, private & home-schooled high school students » Low cost tuition for adult students » Bus transportation from most public high schools » High school credit – elective & academic » Academic Centers – free tutoring » Morning Classes: 8:00 - 10:50 am, M-F or Afternoon Classes: 12:00 - 2:50 pm, M-F (some programs are offered at alternate times.)

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AB OUT T UL S A T E C H Tulsa Tech, the oldest and largest technology center in Oklahoma’s Career Tech System, is a career and technology center school district dedicated to preparing people for success in the workplace. Tulsa Tech helps high school and adult students from across the Tulsa region explore new careers, upgrade their training and skills, and pursue their dreams. More information can be found at tulsatech.edu. Tulsa Tech is accredited by the Oklahoma Department of Education, and the Oklahoma Board of Career and Technology. Also, where available, our programs are accredited by the specific industry standards associated with their industry. Tulsa Tech does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital or veteran status, or disability..

CLAS S HOUR S To find out about a specific program and its starting date contact Admissions at (918) 828-5000. High school students will attend either morning or afternoon classes. Adults may have the opportunity to attend morning, afternoon or all day classes.

DIS AB IL IT Y S E R V I C E S If the applicant is on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) the admission is contingent upon the IEP team’s determination of appropriate placement & the receipt of the IEP prior to the first date of class. For more information and assistance please contact Disability Services at (918) 828-5000 or visit tulsatech.edu.

W OR K -B AS E D E X P E R I E N C E & P LA C EMENT Tulsa Tech builds partnerships with business & industry in the Tulsa area to create opportunities for work-based experiences and student placement. Our goals are two-fold: » To assist students during their course work with locating work-based learning experiences relating to their classes. » To provide students and alumni with life-time career search assistance. For more information and assistance, contact Career Placement Services at (918) 828-5000 or visit tulsatech.edu.

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CO L L E G E C R E D I T Save time and money on your college degree! Tulsa Tech students may earn college credit through a process known as Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). As defined by the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, PLA is the evaluation and assessment of an individual’s life learning for college credit, certification, or advanced standing toward further education or training. Depending on the college and degree pursued, students may earn credit by showing an earned certification or license, taking an institutional assessment at the college, showing a portfolio, or demonstrating your knowledge. The College Relations office at Tulsa Tech will help you understand how this process works. Contact the College Relations office at (918) 828-5000 for more information so you can ask for PLA and earn college credit for what you already know!

AC ADE M IC C R E D I T Check with your Tulsa Tech counselor or instructor to see if you can earn a math, science or computer science credit while attending one of our classes.

CA R E E R ADV I S E ME N T Tulsa Tech provides career advisement to middle school, high school, and adult students in the Tulsa Metropolitan Area. Professional staff are available to assist applicants in researching career opportunities, employment outlook, training resources and educational opportunities at Tulsa Tech that will assist you in making your own path. Call (918) 828-5000 to visit with a Career Advisor.

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S T U DE NT AC T I V I T I E S Along with exciting classes, Tulsa Tech has seven outstanding Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs). CTSOs provide you the opportunity to meet students from across the state and nation, take part in leadership and team-building activities, and compete in contests at locations across the country. Tulsa Tech’s CTSOs: » BPA - Business Professionals of America » DECA - Business & Marketing, Business Management & Entrepreneurship » FCCLA - Family, Career & Community Leaders of America » HOSA - Future Health Professionals » OSRT - Oklahoma Society of Radiologic Technologists » SkillsUSA - Career & Technical Education » TSA - Technology Student Association In addition to student organizations, academically outstanding Tulsa Tech students are recognized as lifetime members through the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS).

P. A. T . H. P.A.T.H. is a Career Readiness model which identifies and recognizes students who have obtained the professional, academic, and technical skills needed to be successful in the workplace and post-secondary education. All Tulsa Tech students who are either High School Seniors or Adults will be required to apply for the P.A.T.H. distinction, and applications must be submitted at the beginning of the program. Check with your campus for the deadline date.

PROFESSIONAL

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» Employment Profile

Meet One of the Following:

» Professional Appraisal

» Silver Standard on WorkKeys

» Minimum Grade of B in ALL Courses

» Career Readiness Distinction

» 19 Composite on ACT

» Proficiency on Industry Certification

» Associates Degree or Higher

» Maintain 97% Attendance

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ADM IS S ION S To apply for a full time program, complete the following steps. Applicants applying by February 3, 2017, for the 2017-18 school year will be notified by March 3, 2017. Applications will continue to be accepted throughout the year.

ADM IS S ION S C H E C K L I S T Step 1: Complete Online Application at tulsatech.edu/apply Step 2: Answer the Admission Interest Questions online (50 points possible) Responses to the Admission Interest Questions will be used to rate the level of interest in the program for which you are applying. Step 3: Complete a Program Visit (20 points) Prospective students should visit all programs they are interested in at a campus where the program is offered. Program visits are held on Thursdays at 7:30am or from 3:00-4:00pm and may be scheduled online. Program Visit points may also be earned by attending the Tulsa Tech Open House on Thursday, January 19, 2017. Note: Applicants for a one hour elective class at their high school do not need to complete a program visit. Step 4: Submit and verify documentation of Academic Preparedness (30 points possible) High School Applicants: Reading and Math scores will be accepted from the PLAN, Explore, 10th Grade ACT Aspire, Pre-ACT Test, ACT, PSAT, or SAT. The Tulsa Tech Career Advisor for your high school will submit your standardized test scores for your application. Students with no reading or math test scores have the option of testing at the Tulsa Tech Assessment Center. Adult Applicants: Must take a reading and math test at Tulsa Tech unless you have ACT or SAT scores from the last five years or an Associate’s Degree or higher. Note: The Practical Nursing Program has different testing requirements. Note: Some programs have additional admissions requirements. For specific program requirements visit tulsatech.edu or contact Admissions.

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AS S E S S M E N T The Tulsa Tech Assessment Office is located in the Career Service Center at the Lemley Memorial Campus at 3420 S. Memorial Drive. Assessment and Office Hours are as follows:

Assessment Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8:00 am - 1:30 pm Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm Thursday: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm

S E L E C T ION P R O C E S S » Admission to Tulsa Tech is based on a point system with a total of 100 points possible. Applicants may earn up to 30 points for academic preparedness (a minimum of 10 academic preparedness points is required), up to 50 points for completing the admission interest questions and 20 points for attending a program visit (a minimum of 40 combined points for the interest questions and program visit is required). » Applicants are admitted beginning with the highest admission scores and continuing until all available seats in the program are filled. Applicants meeting the minimum score for admission but not accepted into a program due to capacity will be placed on a wait list. If an applicant feels that they have been improperly denied admission, a request for alternative admission may be submitted to the Admissions Office. » Additional points may be awarded for veteran status, for consecutive waitlisted applications for the same program, and for current CNA certification (for the Practical Nursing program only). Priority is given to applicants with a complete admission file as of each round of selection.

PROG R AM V I S I T S Students should visit all programs for which they are interested in applying. Program visits are held on Thursdays at 7:30 am or from 3:00 - 4:00 pm at all Tulsa Tech Campuses. No appointment is necessary, but may be scheduled in advance online.

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FOR U M S Informational forums will be scheduled in Partner High Schools from October 2016 through January 2017. Please visit tulsatech.edu to contact the Career Advisor for your High School for more information.

TULSA TECH OPEN HOUSE: Join us for our District-Wide Open House on Thursday, January 19, 2017, from 3:00 - 7:30 pm. All campuses will be open for this event. Tour our state-of-the art campuses, compare programs, and get answers to all your questions about the opportunities available at Tulsa Tech. Please call (918) 828-5000 for more information.

FIN AN C IAL A S S I S T A N C E The Financial Assistance Office is located at the Career Services Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus, 3420 S. Memorial Dr. Financial assistance is available through several options at Tulsa Tech. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm. For the most up-to-date and complete information on scholarships and grants please visit tulsatech.edu or call (918) 828-5280. The Accelerating Independence Scholarship is Tulsa Tech’s newest scholarship. This scholarship can cover up to 100% of tuition for students with a GED or high school graduates from any of the in-district, public, parochial, charter or home-schools. You must be age 23 or younger to apply. Students applying for financial assistance through grants, sponsorships, waivers, or scholarships should begin the enrollment process well in advance of the start of classes. These types of financial aid can take six (6) weeks or longer to process. Generally, a high school diploma or GED are required in order to receive federal student aid. To apply for federal financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. Tulsa Tech’s code is 012572.

T U IT ION & F E E S Visit tulsatech.edu for current tuition rates. Tuition & fees may be paid by cash, check, VISA, or MasterCard. Tuition does not apply to the cost of tools, books, uniforms, insurance, instructional materials, or other associated costs. Textbooks & other supplies used for personal projects are not included in the tuition fees.

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HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER AT LEMLEY MEMORIAL CAMPUS

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing

3350 S. Memorial Dr.

Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair

Biomedical Sciences

Automotive Service Technician Certified Machining Operator (entry level) Certified Machining Technician Cosmetologist

Dental Assistant, Professional Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Medical Assisting Nurse Aide

Cosmetology

Nursing Options

Drafting

Pharmacy Technician

Health Science Technology Mechatronics Systems Technician Medium / Heavy Diesel Service Technician Motorcycle / Watercraft Technician Powersports Technology Professional Truck Driver Training

Practical Nursing Radiologic Technologist Sports Medicine Surgical Technology Vision Care Assistant Vision Care Technician

LEMLEY MEMORIAL CAMPUS

PEORIA CAMPUS

3420 S. Memorial Dr.

3850 N. Peoria Ave.

Carpentry

Accounting

Culinary Arts

Cosmetology

Electricity

Criminal Justice Forensics & Security

Fashion & Apparel Design

Criminal Justice Practical Law Enforcement

Health Science Technology

Early Care & Education

HVAC Technician

Emergency Medical Technician

Interior Design

Health Science Technology

Introduction to Construction

Legal Professional Assistant

Masonry

Medical Coding

Welding Combination

Medical Health Records Clerk

Welding Fabricator

Nursing Assistant - One Semester Paramedic Professional Barbering Project Coordinator Welding Combination Welding Fabricator

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OWASSO CAMPUS

SAND SPRINGS CAMPUS

10800 N. 140 E. Ave.

924 Charles Page Blvd.

Applied Engineering Technology

Carpentry

Business Management / Entrepreneurship

Cosmetology

Computer Repair & Network Support

Digital Graphics

Culinary Arts

Electricity

Event Planning

Fundamentals of Construction Trades

Health Science Technology

Health Science Technology

Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy

Production Printing

Medical Assisting

Welding Combination

Pharmacy Technician Photography

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS (STEM) ACADEMY AT LEMLEY MEMORIAL CAMPUS

Restaurant & Lodging Management Sound Engineering

3420 S. Memorial Dr.

RIVERSIDE CAMPUS

Pre-Engineering

801 E. 91st St. Aerospace Academy Aerospace Structure Technician

OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS

Animation

Biomedical Sciences (Union High School)

Aviation Generals

Foundations of Engineering

Aviation Generals Airframe

(Bixby High School, Broken Arrow Freshman Academy, Broken Arrow High School, Edison Preparatory School, Jenks High School, Memorial High School, Owasso / Collinsville High School, Union High School, Union 9th Grade Center)

Aviation Generals Powerplant Cisco Network Associate Cisco Network Technician Computer Repair & Network Support Cyber Security / Forensics

Foundations of Manufacturing

Health Science Technology

(Broken Arrow High School)

Mobile App Development

Fundamentals of Web Design

Multimedia Design

(Jenks High School)

Private Pilot Ground School Sound Engineering

Tulsa Tech Mailing Address: PO Box 477200 Tulsa, OK 74147.7200 (918) 828-5000

TV Production Visual Graphic Design Windows Server Administrator

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FUL L -T IM E PR O G R A MS ACCOUNTING

AEROSPACE STRUCTURE TECHNICIAN

Peoria Campus

Riverside Campus

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 5 months (All day)

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day)

» Apply dynamic techniques practiced by financial institutions, banks, and governmental agencies

» Fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal and composite structures

» Utilize the same modern financial software as business professionals

» Inspect structural components and assemblies

» Process full-cycle accounts payable and receivable

» Use the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders

AEROSPACE ACADEMY

ANIMATION

Riverside Campus

Riverside Campus

H.S. / 1 - 2 school years

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day)

» Core content courses such as English, Math, Science, Social Studies are customized and delivered in online/blended format » Students graduate from their home high school » Highly qualified and certified instructors » Technical programs are scheduled half of the school day Technical Program Offerings:

» Bring life, energy, and movement to creative electronic entertainment from small screen to big screen » Storyboard, design, and produce unique 2-D/3-D animations and computer graphics » Use the same powerful design software as professional animators

» Aviation Generals » Private Pilot Ground School » Cisco Network Technician » Computer Repair and Network Support » Cyber Security/Forensics » Windows Server Administrator » Aerospace Structure Technician

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AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day only) » Diagnose, and repair fundamental services on a variety of vehicles and related systems » Learn the basics of automotive systems including terms, operations, and related maintenance concerns

APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Owasso Campus H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day)

» Work with current industry equipment in a professional automotive environment

» Explore a variety of engineering paths related to agriculture, manufacturing, drafting, robotics, electronics and healthcare » Engage in hands-on activities featuring environmental, mechanical, electrical, architectural and industrial engineering

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN (NATEF COMPLIANT) Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 9 months (All day); 18 months (½ day); (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 4:30 - 10:00 pm

AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR AND REFINISHING

» Perform basic and advanced diagnostics in a modern facility to troubleshoot and repair complex automotive systems

Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); 9 months (All day)

» Work on a variety of vehicles in a rapidly changing industry

» Breathe life into mangled vehicles by restoring them to pristine condition

» Optimize vehicle operation and performance

» Apply professional techniques of metal fabrication and adhesive repair » Operate the same advanced equipment as automotive professionals

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AVIATION GENERALS POWERPLANT Riverside Campus Adults / 11 months (All day) 7:30 am - 2:50 pm; 27-30 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 5:30 - 10:30 pm » Inspect, repair, and maintain reciprocating and turbine engines

AVIATION GENERALS

» Inspect, maintain and troubleshoot aircraft ignition, cooling, lubrication and propeller systems

Riverside Campus H.S. / 2 school years » Compare and contrast flight characteristics and various aircraft designs » Introduction to non-destructive inspection, corrosion control and parts fabrication » Execute ground operations including pre-flight inspections, engine start-ups, and aircraft taxi

» Work in an FAA-approved aviation environment NOTE: Aviation Generals is also a FAA requirement for Powerplant Licensure

BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES (PLTW) Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 2 school years (juniors only)

AVIATION GENERALS AIRFRAME

Off-site Program @ Union High School

Riverside Campus

H.S. / 4 school years

Adults / 11 months (All day) 7:30 am - 2:50 pm; 27-30 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 5:30 - 10:30 pm » Inspect, diagnose and repair a wide range of aircraft systems

» Perform hands-on activities to examine the processes, structures, and interaction of human body

» Use traditional high quality aircraft materials and modern composites

» Design innovative solutions to the health challenges of the 21st century

» Work in an operational airport hangar repair environment NOTE: Aviation Generals is also a FAA requirement for Airframe licensure

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» Explore the concepts of medicine in physiology, genetics, and microbiology

PREREQUISITE: Students must have earned a “C” or better in Biology and either Algebra II or Geometry. OFF-SITE PREREQUISITE: Students must have earned a “C” or better in previous Math and Science courses.

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CERTIFIED MACHINING OPERATOR

Owasso Campus

Broken Arrow Campus

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day)

Adults / 7 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 4:30 - 10 pm

» Create powerful marketing and management plans for established companies

» Design and create the high-tech precision parts needed worldwide in everyday products

» Develop sales presentation and product demonstrations for a competitive marketplace

» Produce steel, aluminum, and plastic components working with advanced computercontrolled technology

» Network with local business leaders

» Use the same techniques and state-of-the-art equipment as industry leaders

CARPENTRY Lemley Memorial Campus

CERTIFIED MACHINING TECHNICIAN

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day ); 5 months (All day) 7:45 - 11:10 am / 11:50 am - 3:15 pm

Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); 9 months (All day)

Sand Springs Campus

» Design and create the high-tech precision parts needed worldwide in everyday products

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day)

» Produce steel, aluminum, and plastic components working with advanced computercontrolled technology

» Operate a wide-range of professional hand, power, and pneumatic tools » Interpret and use blueprints to construct wood structures » Work and learn alongside a master craftsmen in a shop environment

» Use the same techniques and state-of-the-art equipment as industry leaders in Aerospace, Oilfield equipment, and numerous other local industries

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CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE Riverside Campus H.S. / 1-2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); / 9 months (All day) » Master enterprise-level network design and operation » Monitor and optimize networks for maximum performance » Specialize in advanced networking skills like security, data center and voice PREREQUISITE: Complete Cisco Network Technician with a “C” or better or CCENT certification.

COMPUTER REPAIR AND NETWORK SUPPORT Owasso Campus Riverside Campus H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day)

CISCO NETWORK TECHNICIAN

» Create, install, and troubleshoot networks

Riverside Campus

» Configure software security programs that protect computer systems

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ Day) » Master the essential concepts of routing, switching, and network operations

» Work alongside professional network engineers

» Design, install, and troubleshoot complex computer and network systems

COSMETOLOGIST

» Work individually and in teams using the same technology as professional network engineers

Adults / 16 months (All day) Monday - Friday, 8 am - 3 pm; 18 months (Evening) Monday Thursday, 4 - 10 pm

Broken Arrow Campus

» Express individual creativity by providing a wide range of artistic hair, nails, and skincare services » Work with experts from well-known salons and companies showcasing the latest techniques and professional-brand products » Design a salon from concept to start up

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COSMETOLOGY

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT

Broken Arrow Campus Peoria Campus Sand Springs Campus

Peoria Campus H.S. / 1 school year

H.S. / 2 school years » Express individual creativity by providing a wide range of artistic hair, nails, and skincare services » Work with experts from well-known salons and companies showcasing the latest techniques and professional-brand products » Design a salon from concept to start up

» Apply police tactics including accident investigation, 911 dispatch, and evidence gathering » Exercise the proper use of firearms and other law enforcement equipment » Discover the drama of criminal law and the American court system

NOTE: Must be 16 years of age by November 1, 2017.

CULINARY ARTS CRIMINAL JUSTICE FORENSICS AND SECURITY Peoria Campus

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day)

H.S. / 1 school year » Process crime scenes and forensic evidence from a realistic perspective » Develop skills for executive protection, homeland security, and terrorism prevention » Utilize proper prison detention techniques

Lemley Memorial Campus Owasso Campus

» Create and present delicious, gourmet culinary masterpieces » Prepare international cuisine in a fast-paced restaurant setting » Operate as part of a team to design menus, prepare meals, and organize catered events

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CYBER SECURITY/FORENSICS

DENTAL ASSISTANT, PROFESSIONAL

Riverside Campus

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day)

Adults / 9 months (All day) Monday - Thursday, 7:45 am - 2:45 pm, Friday 7:45 am - 12:45 pm

» Reinforce computers against current threats and build secure computing environments » Explore the work of security analysts, penetration testers, ethical hackers, and digital forensics investigators » Build an employment portfolio

» Take dental x-rays, create diagnostic models, and practice infection control including sterilization of instruments » Assist dentistry professionals during chairside procedures » Apply skills in coronal polishing and fluoride placement, pit and fissure sealants, and nitrous oxide conscious sedation

DENTAL ASSISTING Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus

DIGITAL GRAPHICS

H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only)

Sand Springs Campus

» Take dental x-rays, create diagnostic models, and practice infection control including sterilization of instruments » Assist dentistry professionals during chairside procedures » Help patients achieve the best possible smile and oral health

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day) » Create and apply advertising graphics for vehicles, interior surfaces, and exterior buildings » Utilize industry leading software and products to express creativity » Design businesses from concept to start up

DRAFTING Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); 9 months (All day) » Develop visual basic drafting skills for mechanical, structural, piping, civil and architectural design » Create technical drawings using the same software as designers and engineers » Visualize and create 2D and 3D models matching industry standards 16

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN Peoria Campus H.S. / 1 semester to 1 school year (Seniors Only) Adults / 8-15 weeks (All day) Monday - Tuesday, 8 am - 4:00 pm; (Summer fast-track) Monday Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm; (Evening) Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 5:30 - 10:30 pm » Work in a fast-paced, high-demand career, alongside medical professionals

EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION Peoria Campus

» Apply pre-hospital procedures utilizing computer and patient simulators

H.S. / 2 school years (Juniors Only)

» Deliver patient care in a variety of settings

» Create and implement developmentally appropriate activities for young children

NOTE: Must be 18 years of age by April 1, 2018, Students starting in August will complete both EMT and EMR; those students starting in January will complete EMT only.

» Thrive and grow alongside early childhood professionals » Work in an accredited childcare facility

EVENT PLANNING ELECTRICITY

Owasso Campus

Lemley Memorial Campus

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day)

Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day) 7:45 11:10 am / 11:50 am - 3:15 pm Sand Springs Campus H.S. / 1 school year » Design and install for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring systems » Use blueprints and local, state and national codes to provide safe and efficient electrical operation » Experience new technologies such as solar energy and electrical control

» Develop a variety of events from concept to reality and maximize profits for event operations » Team with hospitality professionals to provide customer service, event planning, and catering support » Intern with an industry professional at a nonprofit organization, performing arts center or the convention industry

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FOUNDATIONS OF MANUFACTURING Off-site Program @ Broken Arrow High School H.S. / 1 school year » Open the world to all areas of manufacturing and find out what inspires the workforce » Weld it, machine it, build it, create it, design it, program it, let “it” be the future » Go from initial design and set up to a finished product. Find a career path that will set you up for the future.

FASHION AND APPAREL DESIGN Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 1 school year » Develop artistic design and sewing skills to produce unique apparel » Apply techniques in color theory, sketching, textiles and fashion design

Sand Springs Campus H.S. / 1 school year (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Only) » Operate a wide-range of professional hand, power, and pneumatic tools

» Build a portfolio that showcases individual creations

FOUNDATIONS OF ENGINEERING (PLTW)

» Use the same design, architectural drafting, and construction technologies as industry professionals

Off-site Prrogram @ Bixby High School, Broken Arrow Freshman Academy, Broken Arrow High School, Edison Preparatory School, Jenks High School, Memorial High School, Owasso/Collinsville High School, Union High School, Union 9th Grade Center

FUNDAMENTALS OF WEB DESIGN

H.S. / 2 school years

Off-site Program @ Jenks High School

» Explore a variety of construction and design careers

H.S. / 2 school years

» Introduction to Engineering Design » Principles of Engineering

» Create original content for dynamic websites

NOTE: 9th grade applicants will have priority admissions and must have C or better in Pre-Algebra or higher level Math course.

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FUNDAMENTALS OF CONSTRUCTION TRADES

» Produce source code for interactive web applications using HTML5 and CSS3 » Develop a portfolio that promotes a unique web design style

2017 - 2018 FULL-TIME CLASSES


HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

INTERIOR DESIGN

Broken Arrow Campus Lemley Memorial Campus Owasso Campus Peoria Campus Riverside Campus Sand Springs Campus

Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 1 school year » Create projects using the same design and drafting skills as interior designers and architects » Design unique residential and commercial spaces for portfolios

H.S. / 1 school year » Explore a variety of health occupation careers utilizing current health industry equipment » Develop a professional work ethic, medical skills, quality patient care and confidentially » Tour area medical facilities, schools, and volunteer service organizations

» Integrate various design elements, furnishings, and building materials to complete custom projects

INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 1 semester (PM only) » Experience an assortment of realistic construction projects

HVAC TECHNICIAN Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 9 months (All day); 10 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 2:00 -10:00 pm » Design and install heating, ventilation, airconditioning, and piping » Maintain HVAC components and troubleshoot electrical problems » Interpret blueprints to customize HVAC controls in a residential setting

» Work with a master craftsman in a shop environment with industry standard equipment » Explore careers in Masonry, Carpentry, Electricity, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Welding

LEGAL PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT - LPA Peoria Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 9 months (All day) » Draft and process critical legal documents including wills, contracts, and deeds » Experience the drama of courtrooms, law offices, and government facilities » Work as part of a professional legal team

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MASONRY

MEDICAL ASSISTANT WITH PHLEBOTOMY

Lemley Memorial Campus

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Owasso Campus

H.S. / 1 school year (AM only) Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day) 7:45 - 11:10 am » Design and create residential and commercial structures using brick, block, rock, and tile » Use the same equipment as professionals to construct decorative walls, patios, fountains, and fireplaces » Interpret blueprints, plan, and estimate time and materials for a variety of construction projects

MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only) Adults / 5 months (All day) Monday - Friday, 7:45 am - 2:30 pm » Give injections, perform EKGs and draw blood samples, remove sutures, and administer medication » Develop administrative skills, such as medical coding, billing, insurance, and appointment scheduling » Work alongside nurses, physicians and allied health professionals in diverse medical settings NOTE: H.S. students who have completed Health Science Technology will enroll in Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy.

Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day) » Install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical, pneumatic, and robotic industrial equipment » Setup automated systems utilizing programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and instrumentation principles » Use the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders

MEDICAL ASSISTING Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Owasso Campus H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only) » Give injections, perform EKGs and draw blood samples, remove sutures, and administer medication » Develop administrative skills, such as medical coding, billing, insurance, and appointment scheduling » Work alongside nurses, physicians and allied health professionals in diverse medical settings NOTE: H.S. students who have completed Health Science Technology will enroll in Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy.

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2017 - 2018 FULL-TIME CLASSES


MEDICAL CODING

MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT

Peoria Campus

Riverside Campus

Adults / 9 months (All day)

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day)

» Apply diagnostic and procedural codes for medical reimbursement

» Create and deploy mobile applications

» Interpret medical terminology for real-life patient care

» Build mobile applications and video games using programming languages

» Utilize the same professional software found in the healthcare industry

» Use industry standard software for writing applications

MEDICAL HEALTH RECORDS CLERK

MOTORCYCLE/WATERCRAFT TECHNICIAN

Peoria Campus

Broken Arrow Campus

Adults / 5 months (All day)

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day)

» Draft and process vital documents including charts, billings, and insurance » Interpret and understand medical terminology » Work as part of a professional medical team

» Optimize the performance of a wide range of competitive on and off-road vehicles

MEDIUM/HEAVY DIESEL SERVICE TECHNICIAN Broken Arrow Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); 9 months (All day)

» Use the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders

MULTIMEDIA DESIGN

» Diagnose and repair diesel powered vehicles and heavy duty equipment » Troubleshoot and repair various components of heavy duty trucks using industry standard equipment » Maintain vehicle systems to ensure optimum performance

» Diagnose, repair, and overhaul motorcycles, watercraft, all-terrain (ATV), and other power sports engines

Riverside Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day) » Develop a strong foundation in digital graphic design » Create graphics, photos and video for dynamic webcasting using professional digital software » Build a professional digital portfolio showcasing completed digital works

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NURSING OPTIONS Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only) » Apply fundamental skills to deliver supervised patient care as well as work with nurses and other healthcare professionals » Engage in hands-on experiences through lab and clinical opportunities in nursing homes and hospitals

NURSE AIDE Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Adults / 4 weeks (All day); 6 weeks (evening) Monday - Thursday, 5 - 9 pm » Deliver care to patients of all ages » Perform basic nursing skills under the direction and supervision of licensed personnel » Build a solid foundation for future healthcare professions » Students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Nurse Assistant Exams NOTE: Call (918) 828-5000 for upcoming start dates or view the part-time class catalog at tulsatech.edu.

NURSING ASSISTANT- ONE SEMESTER Peoria Campus H.S. Seniors and Adults / 1 Semester (½ day) » Develop skills to deliver patient care in a long term care facility and other health settings.

» Students will be eligible to take the Certified Nurse Assistant Exam at the end of the first semester and the Advanced Unlicensed Assistant Exam at the end of the second semester. NOTE: Must be 18 years of age by February 1, 2018.

PARAMEDIC Peoria Campus Adults / 13 months (All day) Tuesday - Friday, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm; 14 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 5:00 - 10 pm » Perform life saving techniques, including defibrillation and advanced cardiac treatment » Work closely with fire and police departments among other emergency medical personnel » Apply advanced patient care skills in a variety of settings PREREQUISITE: Emergency Medical Technician.

» Engage in hands on training through lab and clinical opportunities » Work as a member of a healthcare team

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2017 - 2018 FULL-TIME CLASSES


PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

PRACTICAL NURSING

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Owasso Campus

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus

H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only) » Master pharmaceutical compounding to fill retail pharmacy prescriptions and prepare intravenous medications

Adults / 15 months (All day) Monday - Friday, 7:45 am - 2:30 pm; 18 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 3:30 - 10:00 pm » Perform patient care in hospitals and other health care settings

» Maintain inventory of medications, verify insurance coverage, and aid the pharmacist

» Work closely with physicians and other health professionals

» Work in retail, apothecary, clinical, hospital, and nuclear settings

» Develop nursing skills and understand nursing concepts through theory, clinical, and lab experiences

PHOTOGRAPHY Owasso Campus

PRE-ENGINEERING (PLTW) @ STEM ACADEMY

H.S. / 2 school years (Juniors Only)

STEM Academy @ Lemley Memorial Campus

» Capture photos for artistic, commercial, and journalism purposes

H.S. / 2 school years (Sophmores, Juniors, Seniors)

» Use professional camera equipment and editing software » Create a professional portfolio for advanced educational and employment opportunities

» Explore and construct innovative projects in the diverse fields of engineering » Design and build unique creations utilizing digital circuits, gaming software, model structures, remote control machines, and robots » Work individually and in teams to solve unique engineering challenges using engineering equipment and current software

POWERSPORTS TECHNOLOGY Broken Arrow Campus Adults / 5 months (All day) » Diagnose, repair, and overhaul motorcycles, watercraft, all-terrain (ATV), and other power sports engines

PREREQUISITE: Applicants must have earned a grade of “B” or better in an Algebra course.

» Optimize the performance of a wide range of competitive on and off-road vehicles » Use the same equipment and techniques as industry leaders TULSATECH.EDU

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PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL

PROFESSIONAL TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

Riverside Campus

Broken Arrow Campus

H.S. / 1 school year

Adults / 5 months (All day) Monday-Friday, 7:30 - 11:15 am / 12:00 - 3:45 pm

» Discover exciting concepts related to airplane performance, flight instruments, and weather conditions » Prepare for a career in general or commercial aviation » Construct remote-controlled aircraft to understand principles of flight

PRODUCTION PRINTING

» Achieve behind the wheel experience and training » Learn the skills needed to drive and operate heavy trucks such as buses, semi-tractor trailers, and large commercial dump trucks » Learn advanced heavy truck driving skills including hazardous materials carrier, dual trailer operation, legal requirements, vehicle inspections, record keeping, and tractor trailer maintenance

Sand Springs Campus

PROJECT COORDINATOR

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day)

Peoria Campus

» Operate multiple printing presses and copy equipment

H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day)

» Work with print professionals to make concepts and designs come to life

» Utilize problem-solving and time management skills needed in today’s work environment

» Showcase your work in a variety of settings

» Use business software to draft and produce essential office documents

PROFESSIONAL BARBERING

» Work as part of a professional office team

Peoria Campus Adults / 16 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 4:00 - 10 pm » Deliver unique styles to help clients look their best through hair and facial care » Apply precision skills to cut, color, and shave hair for a diverse clientele » Design a dream shop from concept to start-up NOTE: Must be 16 years of age by the first day of class.

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2017 - 2018 FULL-TIME CLASSES


SOUND ENGINEERING Owasso Campus Riverside Campus H.S. / 1 school year » Apply sound and digital recording techniques using industry equipment and software » Set up and mix audio for live events

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Adults / 22 months (All day) 7:45 am - 2:30 pm; Clinical: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

» Work in a professional recording studio editing video and audio

SPORTS MEDICINE

» Use cutting-edge equipment to image the body

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus

» Perform diagnostic imaging scans for a variety of health care providers

H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only)

» Aid physicians in analysis of disease and injury NOTE: As of January 1, 2015, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) requires candidates for certification to have earned an associate (or more advanced) degree from an institution accredited or recognized by ARRT. Applicants will be given preference depending on a conferred degree and/or total college credits earned.

» Explore careers in Sports Medicine such as: Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic Assistant, Occupational Therapy, and Fitness Specialist » Work alongside professionals during clinical internship » Apply basic concepts of injury recognition and rehabilitation, in addition to exercise assessments and plans

RESTAURANT AND LODGING MANAGEMENT Owasso Campus H.S. / 1 school year Adults / 9 months (½ day); 5 months (All day) » Manage hospitality services and culinary arts » Work side-by-side with professionals in hotel and food service » Provide excellent customer service for a variety of clientele TULSATECH.EDU

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SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY (ACCREDITED PROGRAM) Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Adults / 10 months (All day) Monday - Friday 7:45 am - 2:30 pm; 12 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 3:30 - 10 pm » Assist surgeons during surgery » Provide surgeons with instruments, supplies, and equipment during surgical procedures » Students may be eligible to take the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) National Examination for the Certified Surgical Technologist

Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus Adults / 8 months (All day) Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 2:50 pm » Perform various vision and diagnostic tests » Assist ophthalmologists with patient procedures » May take the C.O.A. (Certified Ophthalmic Assistant) certification exam

TV PRODUCTION Riverside Campus

» Utilize advanced vision care equipment and resources

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day) » Produce professional quality videos from concept to completion » Experience working in a team environment to create multi-camera production » Develop creative talents using professional studio equipment

NOTE: Students completing the Vision Care Assistant program may receive prior credit in the Vision Care Technician program

VISUAL GRAPHIC DESIGN Riverside Campus H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day)

VISION CARE ASSISTANT Health Sciences Center @ Lemley Memorial Campus H.S. / 1 school year (Seniors Only) » Perform various vision and diagnostic tests

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VISION CARE TECHNICIAN

» Express unique artistic vision to design and produce creative projects from concept to completion

» Assist ophthalmologists with patient procedures

» Create a wide range of projects with Adobe Creative software on a Macintosh computer

» Utilize advanced vision care equipment and resources

» Develop a top notch design portfolio

2017 - 2018 FULL-TIME CLASSES


WELDING COMBINATION

WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATOR

Lemley Memorial Campus Peoria Campus Sand Springs Campus

Riverside Campus H.S. / 1-2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day); 9 months (All day)

H.S. / 2 school years Adults / 18 months (½ day only)

» Design, install and troubleshoot complex network systems

» Utilize advanced welding techniques to manipulate metals for construction, industrial, and artistic applications

» Diagnose, repair and maintain network systems » Work in a professional help desk and network administration environment to meet client needs

» Interpret blueprints, specifications, and welding symbols » Operate advanced welding and fabrication equipment used by professionals

WELDING FABRICATOR Lemley Memorial Campus Adults / 5 months (All day) Monday - Friday, 7:45 - 11:10 am / 11:50 am - 3:15 pm Peoria Campus Adults / 6 months (Evening) Monday - Thursday, 3:30 - 10:00 pm » Utilize basic entry level welding techniques to manipulate metals for construction, industrial, and artistic applications » Interpret blueprints, specifications, and welding symbols » Operate the same welding and fabrication equipment used by professionals

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