Foundations of Engineering (PLTW)
- 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
Apply online at tulsatech.edu. Applications can also be obtained in the counseling offices on any of the campuses; at the Career Services Center located on the Memorial Complex; or by calling 918.828.5000.
PLTW End of Course Assessment, AP Testing, Autodesk (Inventor, Revit, OSHA 10)
Tulsa Tech builds partnerships with business and industry in the Tulsa area to find opportunities for work-based experiences and student placement.
High school students only
NOTE: 9th grade applicants will have priority admissions and must have C or better in Pre-Algebra or better.
Tuition, fees, career majors, courses and hours are subject to change without notice.
All Tulsa Tech students (high school and adult) may have the opportunity to receive college credit upon completion of their program. Our College Relations office will work with students regarding the benefits of Prior Learning Assessments (PLA) toward an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree or a technical college certificate at area colleges.
For more details call the College Relations office at 918.828.5000.
Plan of StudyPlan of Study
9th grade applicants will have priority admissions and must have C or better in Pre-Algebra or higher level math course
H.S. / 2 school years:
August - May
Comprehensive High School sites:
1 PLTW course each year
Contact Info Center at 918.828.5000 for start dates.
Foundations of Engineering
- Introduction to Engineering Design
- Principles of Engineering
Estimated Tuition, Fees and Books
**There may be additional required costs as defined in the program handbook. Tuition, fees, career majors, courses and hours are subject to change without notice.
For information concerning working conditions, physical requirements, employment and job outlook please refer to the Occupational Outlook
Handbook (OOH) at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/.
Salary information can be found at The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) Resource Center at http://www.onetonline.org/.
It is anticipated that students will pursue university level course work in Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Computer Software, and Aerospace Engineering.
O*NET_SOC Code: 17-3019