Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Pulaski

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Pulaski
TCAT
Motto Workforce Development Its What We Do
Established September 15, 1969
Type Public Technical College
Director Tony Creecy
Academic staff 30
Students 203
Location Pulaski, Tennessee,
USA
Campus Suburban; 12 acres (0.049 km2)
Colors Blue & red
Website ttcpulaski.edu

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - at Pulaski is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, thirteen community colleges, and 27 Colleges of Applied Technology. More than 80 percent of all Tennessee students attending public institutions are enrolled in a Tennessee Board of Regents institution.

Office the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology[edit]

The headquarters of the TCATs is in Nashville. James King is the Vice Chancellor for the Colleges of Applied Technology.[1]

Academic programs[edit]

Each of the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology - Pulaski offers programs based on geographic needs of businesses and industry. Therefore each college can have different academic programs and offerings. The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Pulaski offers Certificates and Diplomas in the following programs: [2]

  • Advanced Manufacturing Education
  • Business Systems Technology
  • Computer Applications
  • Computer Operating Systems & Network Technology
  • Health Sciences
  • Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
  • Industrial Electricity
  • Industrial Maintenance Technology
  • Industrial Welding Technology
  • Residential/Commercial Wiring & Plumbing
  • Solar Photovoltic Technology

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Coordinates: 35°11′30″N 87°00′28″W / 35.191548°N 87.007787°W / 35.191548; -87.007787