What to Expect
Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM) students build on their strong technical backgrounds, adding the leadership and critical-thinking skills they need to take on management and supervisory roles. They gain a global perspective, focusing on social, economic and environmental issues, and develop skills in:
- innovation, transition and change management
- effective multi-media communications
- planning and strategy development
- staffing and supervision
- critical thinking and problem-solving
The BTech-TM program is classified as a 'Full-time' program in the NAIT Academic System.
Classroom & Study Hours
The BTech-TM program is offered in a number of different ways which will determine classroom and study hours. We offer full-time and part-time options (students enrolled in three classes or more are considered full-time students). As a BTech-TM student, you may enroll in face-to-face or online courses. Most face-to-face courses are held in the evening to provide students with an opportunity to network with colleagues in industry.
Once you start your first course, you will have 7 years to complete the full program. You are required to remain active in the program every academic year.
After graduating from NAIT's Petroleum Engineering Technology program in 2001, Jennifer's work took her from off-shore oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico to a pipeline control centre in downtown Edmonton, with stops along the way in Texas, Alaska and NWT. When she returned to NAIT to complete her BTech-TM degree, Jennifer earned a summer internship at the prestigious Washington Center in Washington, DC.
Is This Program For You?
Skills you will acquire
This program builds on research and communication skills, while ensuring students also develop effective management and supervisory skills (team, planning, project management). The development of critical thinking and problem solving is also a key study component essential for innovation in today’s economy.
The BTech-TM community
The BTech-TM program has a virtual office in Moodle, which allows all BTech-TM students to interact, share, get information and contribute to the thriving NAIT BTech-TM community, during their studies and after. This community is a vital tool in our program, connecting all our students and staff together.
Women in Technology and Trades
The Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program is supported by Women in Technology and Trades (WITT), an offering of NAIT Student Engagement. The goal of WITT is to ensure that all female students are aware of and prepared for the career opportunities that are available to them in diverse technical fields. Throughout the year, WITT provides networking events, lunch and learns, mentorship opportunities and support services that are available to women in technology and trades programs at NAIT.