Transfer Tulsa Tech to TCC

Applied Technology Degree from TCC

Combine what your learned at Tulsa Tech with additional technical skills and general education from TCC, earn your associates degree, and strengthen your opportunity for career advancement.

Transfer your Tulsa Tech credits to Tulsa Community College to earn an Applied Technology, A.A.S. Pursue your Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree with options in Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace, Healthcare, Professional Services, and Information Technology.

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Degree Options

Before applying to TCC, choose your degree option based on the program completed at Tulsa Tech.

Advanced Manufacturing

Related Tulsa Tech Programs:

  • Applied Engineering Technology
  • Certified Machine Technician
  • Certified Machine Operator
  • Drafting
  • Mechatronics Systems Technician
  • Welding Combination
  • Welding Fabricator
  • Advanced Pre-Engineering (PLTW)

Aerospace

Related Tulsa Tech Programs:

  • Aerospace Structures
  • Aviation Generals
  • Aviation Generals Airframe
  • Aviation Generals Powerplant

Healthcare

Related Tulsa Tech Programs:

  • EMR/EMT
  • Medical Health Records Clerk
  • Medical Coding
  • Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy
  • Paramedic
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • LPN
  • Biomedical Sciences

Professional Services

Related Tulsa Tech Programs:

  • Criminal Justice Investigations
  • Criminal Justice Practical Law
  • Legal Professional Assistant
  • Accounting
  • Digital Graphics
  • Visual Graphic Design
  • TV Production
  • Animation
  • Multimedia Design

Frequently Asked Questions

Can this degree be used to transfer to a 4-year institution to pursue a bachelor’s degree?

This degree is an applied science degree. It is not intended to transfer toward a bachelor's degree. Four-year schools can look at each course on an individual basis. Four-year schools will not see any coursework that was not taken at TCC on a TCC transcript. Other schools will only see total credit hours and GPA.

Is Placement Testing required?

Placement testing could be required for general education courses if students don’t meet the required proficiencies. Most specialized courses taken at TCC to complete the degree don’t require proficiencies or testing, but there are a few that could require placement testing.

Can block credits be applied towards other degree programs at TCC?

No, they cannot be applied.

Are there expiration dates on certifications?

Each certification will be reviewed for status and relevancy on an annual basis. If the certifying body has an expiration date for their certification, then those will be honored and certification must be current/renewed to be considered for acknowledgment