Learning at Foundry
What's Included in my Program?
- No cost to Tulsans
- Academic mentoring
- Personal coaching sessions
- Career support services
- Earn up to 12 transferable college credits*
- Complete in as little as 8 months
*to more than 2,000 colleges and universities that accept ACE credit recommendations
What Are Classes Like?
- Live, face-to-face classes delivered online
- Learn skills that are needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow
- Engaging learning experience
- Interact live with your classmates and professors
- On-the-job simulation using your new skills and knowledge
Hear What Foundry Grads Have to Say
“This was a great opportunity to learn fundamentals I didn’t have. Foundry College as an organization and the way it presents materials are excellent. The real-world learning in Foundry’s classes offers things that a textbook simply cannot. Having these professional skills and the external credential is very critical, and I feel well equipped for success.”
Dustin, Project Management graduate
“It was time for me to make a career change, and Foundry College gave me a great foundation to start my new career. Foundry College has provided me with ‘above and beyond’ resources and experiences.”
Cassie, Project Management graduate
"If you are interested in filling up your toolbox with useful skills and knowledge, this program is for you! Every single class had something that I could use in my job.”
Lacy, Salesforce Administrator graduate
Find the Program That's Right for You
Do you like to plan, organize, and take action? Can you see yourself leading the way to get things done? If so, you might be just the right person to be a Project Manager.
Project Managers plan, organize, and direct the completion of all the different parts of a project. Project Managers need to be good communicators since they work with people both within and outside of their company.
As a Project Manager, you could work in a wide variety of industries including construction, finance, information technology, energy, healthcare, and more.
Do you like to work with computers? Do you like figuring out how to make things work? If so, you might be just the right person to be a Salesforce Administrator.
Salesforce Administrators work with a variety of colleagues so that users get the most benefit from the Salesforce platform. They are an important bridge between the company's needs and the technology's abilities.
As a Salesforce Administrator, you could work in a wide variety of industries including healthcare, communications and media, consumer goods and retail, manufacturing, education, financial services, and more.
Professional Foundations + High-Demand Skills
Your program will include four courses that teach the professional skills you'll need in the workplace, along with two courses specific to whichever track you choose: Salesforce Administrator or Project Manager.
The number of courses in which you enroll each trimester is up to you. This Certificate Program Map will help guide you with Accelerated and Standard examples of program completion timeframes.
Managing Yourself at Work
Learn to organize your work, recognize and manage emotions, develop personal responsibility, and stay motivated.
Practical Problem Solving
Learn to frame and solve a wide range of problems in various professional contexts.
Learn to read and write precisely, listen well, communicate clearly in group settings, and interpret visual communications.
Working with Others
Learn to collaborate and negotiate effectively, work well in teams, and build professional relationships.