Oklahoma Trade Schools

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Miller-Motte College

With courses in business, healthcare, beauty & wellness, law, skilled trades, and technology, Miller-Motte College lets students learn a new vocation. This prepares them to enter the job market. The program schedules are flexible, and online options are available. There are 11 locations in North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.
  • 3801 S Sheridan Rd Tulsa, OK 74145
  • Business, Computer and Information Technology, Construction, Cosmetology and Barbering, Criminal Justice and Law, Dental Assisting, Electrical, Healthcare Administration, Healthcare and Nursing, Medical Billing and Coding, Pharmacy Tech, Veterinary Services, Welding, Wellness

Paul Mitchell Schools

There are more than 100 Paul Mitchell Schools nationwide that prepare future professionals for careers in the beauty industry. Students can learn in-demand skills to become cosmetologists, barbers, estheticians and nail designers.
  • 3030 William Pereira Norman, OK 73072
  • 607 N Commerce Street Ardmore, OK 73401
  • 14002 E 21st Street #1050 Tulsa, OK 74134
  • Cosmetology and Barbering

Platt College Oklahoma

Platt College operates four locations across Oklahoma. Attendees become professionals in fields such as healthcare, culinary, technology, and skilled trades.
  • 3801 S. Sheridan Rd. Tulsa, OK 74145
  • 201 N. Eastern Ave. Moore, OK 73160
  • 111 SW C Ave. Lawton, OK 73501
  • 2727 W. Memorial Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73134
  • Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management, Healthcare and Nursing, HVAC and Building Services, Wellness

Roadmaster Drivers School

Roadmasters Drivers School provides students with the skills and hands-on training they need to obtain a Class A commercial driver's license. The school partners with a variety of industries hiring new drivers with Class A licenses. Classroom locations are nationwide and the curriculum is between three and four weeks long. A truck driving education is both affordable and accessible to anyone looking for long time work that pays well.

  • 5801 SW 11th Street Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, OK 73128
  • Trucking and Transportation

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology

Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology offers courses in Aviation Maintenance, Aviation Electronics, Nondestructive Testing, HVAC, and Piloting.
  • 8820 East Pine St. Tulsa, OK 74115
  • Aviation Management

Tulsa Welding School

Tulsa Welding School (TWS) has campuses in Jacksonville, Houston, and Tulsa. The institution offers welding trade programs which could take as little as seven months to complete. Extra training in pipefitting may add to this time. An associate’s degree option is also available. Students can study other vocations as well, like HVAC or electrical technology. Specific choices differ by location.
  • 2545 East 11th Street Tulsa, OK 74104
  • HVAC and Building Services, Welding

Upper Iowa University

UIU’s online Bachelor of Science, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Administration degrees are designed to give you the flexibility you need to balance classwork with your career.
  • 3841 Sheridan Rd. Fort Sill, OK 73503
  • Business, Communications and Media, Computer and Information Technology, Criminal Justice and Law, Graphics, Design, and Arts, Healthcare and Nursing, Social Services


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Career Outlook in Oklahoma

Degrees or certificates from Oklahoma trade schools can connect workers with the skills to succeed in the current job market. Many in-demand industries are paying above the state median income of $31k. Now is an ideal time for hopefuls to seek education and further their goals.

Experts expect Oklahoma to add almost 2500 truck driver jobs in the coming years for a growth factor of about 8 percent. The fastest-growing positions include software developers at around 17 percent, nurse practitioners and physician assistants at 15 percent, and construction equipment operators at 12 percent.

Industry Growth in Oklahoma

Transportation and construction are among the state’s most promising sectors, making certification programs in diesel technology and welding a good bet for job seekers. Healthcare is also on the rise, with job opportunities in Oklahoma for registered nurses, phlebotomists, and medical assistants.