You will be on your way to becoming a certified manufacturing engineer upon completion of TCC’s Manufacturing Engineering program. Manufacturing jobs are a major factor driving Tulsa’s economy, and you can find your place in the industry working in such roles as machinist, assembler and technician. TCC provides training for entry-level positions in manufacturing to help Tulsa area manufacturers meet the growing demand for skilled worker. Manufacturing Engineers are vital to manufacturing, designing, directing and coordinating the process at every industry level. Their role includes defining the requirements for facilities, equipment, special machinery, tooling, materials, manpower and processes required to produce all the parts and assemblies to make the final product. TCC provides several Engineering Technology options to prepare you for employment after receiving your Workforce Development Associate in Applied Science degree. Our programs include General Education courses, common core classes (part of all of the Engineering Technology programs listed below) and specialized classes for each technology area.
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