This division is under the direction of the Vice President Of Academic Affairs.
United Tribes Technical College is dedicated to providing American Indians with postsecondary and technical education in a culturally diverse environment that will provide self-determination and economic development for all tribal nations.
In support of this mission, UTTC offers certificate, diploma and degree programs through which students acquire job-specific skills and knowledge, develop work-force ethics and habits, and develop a sense of pride in their work and themselves.
Academic, Career, and Technical Education Programs:
Associate of Applied Science Degree - An award that normally requires at least two but less than four years of full-time college work. There are different types of associate degrees with varying transferability. Typically has between 60 – 64 total credits.
Bachelor's Degree - An award that normally requires at least four but not more than six years of full-time college work. Typically has between 120 – 128 total credits.
Diploma - An academic program with generally 30 to 72 credits intended to provide students with skills leading directly to a specific job.
Certificate - These are academic programs of nine to 30 credits that are completed in one year or less by full-time students. Specialized training for people who want to quickly complete a program that leads to a specific job.