Columbus Technical College

columbus technical collegeColumbus Technical College (commonly called Columbus Tech) is an institute of technology located in Columbus, Georgia, United States. It is governed by Technical College System of Georgia. Columbus Technical College’s origins date back to 1961, when the Columbus Area Vocational-Technical School, operating as a unit of the Muscogee County School District, opened with thirty-nine students enrolled in eight different programs. In 1966, under the leadership of Perry Gordy, who replaced Richardson in 1965, the school merged with the Muscogee Area Vocational-Technical School at Columbus Tech’s present-day location. A $500,000 addition to the campus was completed in 1967. CTC follows a quarter-based curriculum calendar system and offers choices in 53 majors. The most popular concentrations are Business, Medical Assistant, Nursing, Industrial Technologies, and Accounting and Finance. Read more…

  • Address: Manchester Expy 928, Columbus 
  • City: Columbus 
  • State: Georgia 
  • Postal Code: 31904 
  • Degree: Certificate 
  • Avg. Tuition: $3,600 
  • Phone: (706) 649-1840 
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