Bachelor of Technology Management

Transform your diploma into a management degree

Become a leader in your field with the Bachelor of Technology Management (BTech) degree, the only program of its kind in Alberta!

 

Graduates with an accredited technology diploma in engineering, health, trades, and IT can earn a business degree to fulfil their career and higher-learning aspirations with only two extra years of study.

Focus your studies on general management and leadership skills, or concentrate on:

  • Operations Management
  • Project Management
  • Sustainability  Management

Unleash your potential, learn more about the BTech degree today! 

Degree Concentrations

The BTech degree has been developed to help you bridge the gap between the job you started as a technologist and a career in management.  Degree concentrations allow students to map their studies around a management area that interests them.

Discover the BTech concentration that meets your career goals! 

Bachelor of Technology

Build on your technology diploma by earning a recognized baccalaureate degree with two additional years of study.

Bachelor of Technology in Management-Operations Management

Discover the strength of teams, collaboration, diversity, and master organizational processes to deliver top-quality customer products and services.

Bachelor of Technology in Management-Project Management

Develop expertise in leading, managing, or coordinating various facets of projects, equipping you for success in diverse industries.

Bachelor of Technology in Management-Sustainability Management

Gain a holistic perspective to engage stakeholders to drive environmental, social, and economic change, paving the way for a sustainable future.

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