Under the umbrella of ITT Educational Services, Inc., ITT Technical Institute Tulsa is part of a leading system of over 105 private technical institutes. Offering technology based programming since 1969, ITT is career focused, and serves around 70,000 students in 37 separate states. Programming is offered in six separate “schools,” those being information technology, drafting and design, electronics technology, business, criminal justice and health sciences. Large portions of student time are devoted to lab and clinical study, practice and research, supplemented by classroom and traditional academic learning techniques. A strong tie to the technological markets and industry leaders in the Tulsa area helps ITT Technical Institute Tulsa offer its students curricula, equipment, and laboratory design that is up to the minute.
Students at ITT Technical Institute Tulsa may participate in associate and bachelor degree awarding programs of study. In fact, the US Department of Education data states that combined, in 2000-2001 ITT Technical Institutes issued the largest percentage of associate and bachelor degrees in the country in electronics and electronics-related programs. Class schedules are flexible, allowing a large number of students to study year round, with morning, afternoon and evening schedules. Students are free to pursue full or part time employment, or maintain their current job while attending ITT Technical Institute Tulsa, and enjoy brief “breaks” in the year-round academic calendar, provided periodically throughout the year. Classes run on a variety of schedules, from five to six hours several days a week, to meeting just a few times a month with supplemental online content to be completed at home. Some online courses are available, and students should consult with ITT Technical Institute Tulsa for specific information regarding distance education.
At the ITT Technical Institute Tulsa, students may choose from associate degree and bachelor degree granting programs in the School of Information Technology, the School of Electronics Technology, the School of Drafting and Design, the School of Criminal Justice, and the School of Health Science. Bachelor degrees awarded include information systems security, project management, software applications development, electronics and communications engineering technology, construction management, and criminal justice. Associate degrees awarded include information technology computer network systems, software development technology, computer and electronics engineering technology, computer drafting and design, visual communications, criminal justice, paralegal studies, and nursing. Students may also enroll in online programs such as MBA programs and bachelor and associate degree programs in business, technology and criminal justice through the ITT Technical Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Special features and services at ITT Technical Institute Tulsa range from personal services for students to career placement. Each ITT Technical Institute provides students with an advisory committee of local industry leaders and community members. The idea is to work together with top professionals in the field to provide a relevant, career based education. Career services at ITT help students with job-seeking and job maintenance skills, as well as entry level job opening notifications, interview opportunities, and resume and interview prep.
ITT Technical Institute Tulsa is authorized or licensed by the state of Oklahoma, and is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education.