University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College Overview
About UA – Pulaski Tech
UA-PTC serves the educational needs of Pulaski, Saline, Faulkner, Lonoke, and
surrounding counties in Central Arkansas by delivering high quality technical
programs, university-based transfer programs, and specialized programs for
business and industry. Through university-transfer curriculum, workforce training, and
economic development initiatives in business and industry, UA - Pulaski Tech
offers many exciting opportunities to get a competitive edge in today’s job
market. The college offers associate of arts and science degree options,
including programs in allied health and human services, aerospace technology,
business, culinary arts, information technology, technical sciences, as well as
continuing education and community services. The college awards Associate of
Arts and Associate of Science degrees to graduates of the university-transfer
program, as well as Associate of Applied Science degrees, technical certificates
and certificates of proficiency.
With tuition priced at $134 per credit hour for in-state residents, UA -
Pulaski Tech provides an affordable, student-focused path to success.
The college’s Main Campus at 3000 West Scenic Drive in North Little Rock,
Arkansas, is home to administrative offices, student services, and instructional
space in the Campus Center.
In addition to its Main Campus, the college has three other locations in
The UA-PTC Little Rock – South site, at 13000 I-30 in Little Rock, is
home to student service offices, university-transfer instructional space,
and the Transportation Technology Center,
360° view. The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute is
also located at the UA-PTC Little Rock – South site.
The UA-PTC Business and Industry Center at 3303 East Roosevelt in Little
Rock specializes in customized business and industry training, as well as
non-credit business management and application workshops and community
education courses. 360° view
The UA-PTC Aerospace Technology Center at 1600 West Maryland Avenue
provides a dedicated Aviation Maintenance program serves students in pursuit
of an FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.