This study investigates the synthesis, characterization, and corrosion behavior of AA6063 composites with the inclusion of micron-sized titanium carbide (TiC) particles with different weight percentages. AA6063/TiC particulate composites containing 0, 3, 6, 9, and 12 weight percent of TiC particles were produced by stir casting. The homogeneous dispersion of TiC particles in the AA6063/TiC composites was revealed from the scanning electron microscopy analysis. Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analysis was conducted to ensure the presence of reinforcement particles in the matrix. Mechanical and corrosion properties of the produced composites are evaluated. The addition of TiC particles to the AA6063, the mechanical, electrical, and corrosion properties are initially increased and then decreased. Mechanical and corrosion study shows that the presence of 9 wt% of TiC particles in the matrix improved mechanical properties than other combination of TiC with the matrix material.