Technical & Industrial Programs Division
The Pulaski Technical College Technical and Industrial Programs Division offers nine Associate of Applied Science degrees, 14 technical certificates and one certificate of proficiency designed to prepare students for immediate employment or career advancement.
The division is committed to excellence in helping students acquire the skills and knowledge needed for today's challenging careers in the Technical & Industrial field.
Inquiries regarding the Technical and Industrial Programs Division should be directed to the division office at (501) 812-2239.
Technical and Industrial Program Web pages
- Aerospace Technology Center
- Drafting & Design Technology
- HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration) Night Classes
- Welding Technology
Programs of Study
Associate of Applied Science degree: The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded to students completing the requirements of one of the career programs that contain a minimum of 62 semester hours. Although this is not intended to be a transfer degree, many of the required courses will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Transfer information is available from the Director of Admissions and Records.
- Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (PDF)
- Applied Electronics Technology (PDF)
- Aviation Maintenance Technology (PDF)
- Construction Management Technology-Electrical Option (PDF)
- Construction Management Technology-General Option (PDF)
- Construction Management Technology-Plumbing Option (PDF)
- Construction Management Technology-Structural Steel Option (PDF)
- Drafting and Design (PDF)
- Industrial Technology (PDF)
- Manufacturing Technology (PDF)
Associate of Science degree: The Associate of Science degree is awarded to students completing the requirements of the university-transfer program with a minimum of 62 credit hours. The degree parallels the work done in the first two years of a four-year institution and is designed for students planning to seek bachelor's degrees in natural science, mathematics or computer science.
Technical Certificate: Technical certificate programs provide a short concentration in a specific technical area. These programs are intended for students who plan to enter the workforce after completion of the program or who are currently working and want to upgrade their skills. Hours earned in some certificate programs are acceptable toward associate degree programs.
- Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (PDF)
- Airframe (PDF)
- Automotive Technology (PDF)
- Aviation Powerplant (PDF)
- Avionics Technology (PDF)
- Collision Repair Technology (PDF)
- Construction Technology (PDF)
- Cosmetology (PDF)
- Cosmetology Instructor (PDF)
- Diesel Technology (PDF)
- Drafting and Design Technology (PDF)
- Industrial Equipment Technology (PDF)
- Machine Tool Technology (PDF)
- Small Engine Repair Technology-Motorcycle-ATV Repair Option (PDF)
- Welding Technology (PDF)
Certificate of Proficiency: Certificate of Proficiency programs provide a one semester concentration in a specific technical area.
- Alternative Fuels (PDF)
- Engine Machinist (PDF)
- Parts Specialist (PDF)
- Tire Center Operator (PDF)
- Tractor and Trailer Operation (PDF)
- Tractor and Trailer Servicing (PDF)
- Welding Technology (PDF)
Technical and Industrial Activities