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  • Degree - NAIT offers a number of business degrees and applied science and technology degrees accredited by Alberta Advanced Education.
    Applied degree programs offer a stronger emphasis on practical applications of the concepts learned in the classroom
  • Diplomas & Certificates - These credit programs take 1 or 2 years and lead to government approved and industry-recognized credentials.
  • Journeyman Certificate - Hands-on and expert-led apprenticeship and industry training for skilled trades and technology professionals.
  • Continuing Education/Non-Credit - NAIT offers a wide range of non-credit programs and courses for personal and professional development in a number of interesting and exciting fields. These options are great for people who may be working but are interested in studying as well.

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  • Day - Courses taking place between Monday - Friday, before 5 PM.
  • Evening/Weekend - Courses taking place on weekdays from 5 PM or later, or Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Online - Sometimes called "Home Study" or "Computer-Based Learning"
  • Distance - Traditional correspondence format. These courses work best if you can't get to a campus or if your schedule can't accommodate fixed class times

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The average or expected time it will take to complete your program.

Open Studies

Open Studies allows you to explore credit courses without applying to a program.
It is an opportunity to get a feel for school and what program you want to be in.

International Students

Program availability may be limited for international applicants. Contact your student advisor for more information.

Advanced Credit

You may apply for advanced credit once you have been accepted into the program. Advanced Credit can be Transfer Credit (for completed post-secondary courses) or PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).

Transfer Credit

In addition to the common guidelines outlined on the Transfer and Credit Options section and on the Transfer Credit Request Form (PDF), your program has other advanced credit requirements that are applied to each request including:

  • You must have completed the course or program no more than 10 year(s) ago unless a formalized articulation agreement is in place
  • You must have a minimum mark of B- in the course(s) or program

Prior Learning and Assessment Recognition (PLAR)

Students in the program can challenge courses in the program. If you have successful work experience in the Applied Financial Services field, and you can provide evidence of your skills and knowledge to meet learning outcomes for courses within the program, you may be able to challenge courses through PLAR.

For all course challenges, you must first apply to the program, be accepted and have paid your non-refundable tuition deposit. You can only receive credit for up to 50% of any NAIT credit program.

To learn more and to begin the process, read through the following

  1. Fact Sheet - Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (pdf)
  2. Candidate Guide - Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (pdf)
  3. Application Form (pdf)
  4. Payment Form (pdf)

Contact the program for additional information about Advanced Credit.

Take your technology career further

NAIT's Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM) degree is the only program of its kind in Alberta and one of just a few similar programs in Canada. If you've graduated with a recognized 2-year technology diploma, the BTech-TM program offers the opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree with 2 additional years of study.

The BTech-TM degree has been developed to help you bridge the gap between the job you started as a technologist and a career in management. We've received industry demand for leading-edge technologists who have the technical theory, innovative skills, and ethical and social awareness required for sustainable industry. We have also been challenged to prepare critical-thinking practitioners who are able to address technological challenges in today's economy.

You'll build on your strong technical background, adding leadership and critical-thinking skills that you'll need to take on management and supervisory roles. 

Employment rates reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and do not guarantee future employment opportunities.

Salaries reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and are not a guarantee of future alumni income.

Hands-on, industry-relevant skills

In the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM) program, you'll build on your strong technical background, adding leadership and critical-thinking skills you'll need to take on management and supervisory roles. You'll gain a global perspective, focusing on social, economic and environmental issues.

You'll also develop skills in:

  • innovation, transition and change management
  • effective multi-media communications
  • planning and strategy development
  • staffing and supervision
  • critical thinking and problem-solving

Capstone project

In addition to maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.0 through years 3 and 4, you will need to complete a capstone project to be presented at the annual BTech Capstone Showcase.

The Capstone Showcase is attended by members of industry to introduce them to NAIT's qualified graduates. In a team of 3 or 4, you'll need to apply your learning and research skills to create a solution that solves a current industry problem.


Classroom and 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.

Flexible Course Options

Maintaining a work-life balance while studying on the side! This program has traditional classroom and elearning options available if you'd like to work or care for your children during the day and learn in the evening.

  • Face-to-face courses are 15 weeks in length (8 weeks during spring term)
  • eLearning courses are 10 weeks long
  • Capstone Project course is 30 weeks long (parts I & II combined)

We recommend that you take only one eLearning course per 10 week cycle, particularly if this is your first time taking eLearning and you are working full-time.

Enter the workforce with confidence

Graduates of the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM) program with relevant work experience are well-prepared for rewarding opportunities in a wide range of careers and roles such as:

  • Senior manager (goods, utilities, transportation, construction)
  • Engineering manager (private sector/government – engineering and scientific research)
  • Primary industry production manager (mining, fishing, oil, forestry operations)
  • Construction manager (commercial, industrial, residential)
  • Senior technologist (resource, processing, applied research)
  • Project manager
  • Technology researcher
  • Front-Line Health Supervisor

Continue your studies

Here is a list of University programs that will allow you to continue your studies after graduation:

  • Please note: Post-secondary articulation agreements within Alberta are approved by the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer (ACAT). To view the details of specific agreements, please visit transferalberta.ca or contact articulations@nait.ca.
  • For questions regarding transfer agreements or to obtain a course description/outline that is no longer available on our website, please contact articulations@nait.ca.

Have questions? We've got answers 

General program information

  • Gisele Toth, Program Assistant
  • Email: btech@nait.ca
  • Phone: 780.378.5983
  • Fax: 780.471.7894

Advanced credit information

  • Dr. Joseph Varughese, Program Chair
  • Email: josephv@nait.ca
  • Phone: 780.378.5982
  • Skype: joseph.varughese

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Level 3 - Mandatory Courses

ACCT3430Financial Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management or Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE343
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course introduces students to the theory and application of financial management in organizations. The course provides students with the concepts and tools needed to analyze financial information, make managerial decisions, and evaluate the effect of their decisions on the financial statements and the organization’s stakeholders. Topics to be covered include financial statement analysis, the time value of money, sources of business financing, working capital management, and special topics in managerial accounting. Students will learn how to prepare, interpret, and analyze financial statements such as the statement of earnings, the statement of financial position, and the statement of cash flows.

BTTM3020Recent Advances in Technology
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE302
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Innovation, whether borne out of a vision or a necessity, is at the core of technological advancement. Knowing how to adapt to change and present creative and unique ideas gives individuals an invaluable edge. This course will dispel some of the myths commonly associated with innovation and the successful adoption of ideas. This course offers students an immersive environment designed to allow students to appreciate and evaluate innovative ideas; offer and receive peer feedback; test and improve presentation skills as one would do in a Ted-talk styled pitch.

COMM3210Critical Reading and Writing
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management program.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE321
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course consists of a structured, disciplined study of various forms of literature and film media as a basis for evaluating and critiquing social, political, economic, and environmental issues and concepts and recognizing alternative ways of knowing. The writing component focuses on high-level writing skills including direct, concise, expressive, and persuasive forms of communication.

ETHC3200Ethics and Society
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management program. Prerequisite: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE320
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Ethics and Society supports degree requirements through its high-level focus on personal, social, business, environmental, and global ethics as it relates to individual responsibilities. Students prepare to face ethical dilemmas by developing a personal code of ethics based on extensive reading and consideration of the works of acknowledged experts.

HRMT3410Human Resources Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE341
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an overview of human resources management. It focuses on the role of the human resources department and the specific functions and activities it performs. General and specific principles and procedures related to the major human resources management activities of recruitment and selection, compensation administration, employee training and development, occupational health and safety, performance evaluation, and labour relations will be examined from a functional point of view. In addition, the challenges facing human resources departments and the federal and provincial laws that affect human resources activities will be explored.

PMGT3420Project Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE342
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course consists of a disciplined study of project management’s best practices, tools, techniques, and processes, including the project manager’s knowledge and competencies needed to lead a team to project success. A project manager’s leadership and interpersonal skills and abilities will focus on how to build collaborative, trusting, and productive relationships with all stakeholders involved in a project’s success. A project manager’s knowledge and application of project management’s integrated project management plan will focus on the best practices, processes, tools and techniques involved in initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling, and closing a project successfully, within scope, on time, within budget, and meeting stakeholders’ expectations.

RSCH3000Applied Research Methods
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management program.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE300
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will provide underlying theory and practical skills for the student in conducting applied research activities including methodological approaches, information collection and literacy, proposal writing and presentation, and numeracy. These skills will prepare the student for conducting the Capstone Research Project as well as future research activities in his or her career.

STAT3010Statistical Analysis
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management, Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management, or Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology program.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE301
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course is designed to formalize the student's understanding of statistics so that they will be able to apply appropriate statistical practice in the technological applications they encounter. The course helps students to acquire the skills to apply descriptive and inferential statistics to obtain, organize and analyze data and present the findings. Topics in the course include analysis of categorical and quantitative data, probability and probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, hypothesis testing and correlation and regression analysis.

Group A Electives - Select 2

BTTM3140Principles of Workplace Education
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE314
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Using the principles of adult education as a foundation, this course will enable the student to develop, execute, and evaluate training experiences specifically designed for the workplace. Everything from large-group training to ongoing personal mentorship will be explored. The concept of life-long learning will be promoted as a motivator for both staff compliance with mandated education as well as personal and professional development.

BTTM3500System Analysis & Design
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE350
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course presents the concepts, skills, and techniques needed to become an effective systems analyst. The course emphasizes hands-on experiential learning and employs the systems development life cycle model as a tool to provide conceptual and systematic frameworks. The systems development environment is covered as well as software sources, systems planning and selection, systems projects, the determination of systems requirements, and designs and implementation.

BTTM3510Database Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE351
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an introduction to database management theory and practice. It explores the database environment, the database development process, and how this process fits into the broader context of information systems development. Students will be introduced to entity-relationship models, and how to convert a conceptual data model to a relational data model. The course also provides an introduction to Standard Query Language (SQL).

CMIS3350Business Analytics and Data Visualization
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: CMIS2250 or Level 3 or Level 4. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Business Analytics and Data Visualization. It applies the processes, methodologies, and practices used to transform data into useful information to support business decision-making. Students gain skills by completing analytics projects introducing design principles for creating meaningful displays of quantitative and qualitative data. A major focus is on descriptive analytics, including data analysis and data visualization, which is understanding, manipulating, evaluating, and presenting the many complex data and information streams that drive today’s businesses and organizations.

FNCE3313Insurance
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Business Administration program or the Bachelor of Applied Business Administration Accounting/Finance program.
  • Course Equivalencies: FNCE313
  • Open Studies: Available

Insurance will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of risk and risk management principles. Risk transfer strategies using various types of insurance plans will be discussed. In addition, the features, benefits, and taxation issues surrounding these plans will be examined. Other key topics covered in this course include insurance law and insurance company operations.

FNCE3335Canadian Securities Course I
  • Requisites: Co-requisite: FNCE3323. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: FNCE335
  • Open Studies: Available

This is an intensive investment course that prepares the student for Part I of the Canadian Securities Course. Students focus on such topics as capital markets, the Canadian economy, listing and regulation, financial statements, fixed income securities, equities, and derivatives.

MATH3090Managerial Mathematics
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program and the Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE309
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Managerial mathematics will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to apply and interpret key financial, statistical, and optimization tools. The course consists of 3 components: financial mathematics, statistics, and optimization. In the financial math component, students will explore the financial vehicles used by businesses and individuals. In the statistics component, students will compute and interpret statistical measurements commonly used in reports and decision making. In the optimization component, students will determine mathematically optimal solutions given a set of constraints.

MATH3100Advanced Calculus
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE310
  • Open Studies: Not Available

A variety of technologically relevant problems will be solved using one-dimensional integration and differentiation, including areas, length, volume, mass, and surface area. Problems involving polar and spherical coordinates, vectors, power and Taylor series, and first order differential equations will also be solved.

MATH3120Linear Algebra
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE312
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Linear algebra is applicable to a variety of technological applications. The student will be taught how to employ vector and matrix representations of various problems, and to solve them. To accomplish this, standard topics covering matrix algebra, equations of lines and planes, determinants, orthogonality, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors will be taught.

QAQC3130Quality Control System
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program. Co-requisites: RSCH3000 or COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE313
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course introduces students to the history, philosophies, and frameworks of quality control and management. Students develop the ability to understand, apply, analyze, synthesize and critically evaluate fundamental models and methodologies for quality assurance and assessment while formulating strategies to implement a quality management system. Topics covered in the course also emphasize standardized quality management systems, business excellence models, quality control, improvement and auditing tools and techniques, and statistical thinking.

Level 4 Mandatory Course

BTTM4990ACapstone Project Part I
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, BTTM3020, ETHC3200, COMM3210, HRMT3410, PGMT3420, ACCT3430 and two of the Group A electives.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE495A
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The Capstone Project is a six-credit senior-level research course designed to allow participants to integrate and apply skills and knowledge gained from a number of previous courses of study taken in the BTech. These skills are used to complete an applied research or design project on a real-world challenge presented by an industry sponsor. Student teams are expected to meet with sponsors during mutually agreed upon times and are required to attend the Capstone Showcase.

BTTM4990BCapstone Project Part II
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisite: BTTM4990A.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE495B
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The Capstone Project is a six-credit senior-level research course designed to allow participants to integrate and apply skills and knowledge gained from a number of previous courses of study taken in the BTech. These skills are used to complete an applied research or design project on a real-world challenge presented by an industry sponsor. Student teams are expected to meet with sponsors during mutually agreed upon times and are required to attend the Capstone Showcase.

Group B Electives - Min 3 - Max 5

ACCT4660Managerial Accounting
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management and Construction Management programs, and the Bachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210, ACCT3430.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE466
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Managerial accounting is an introduction to accounting techniques used by managerial decision-makers. Students will learn to apply cost-volume-profit analysis, performance evaluation, pricing methods, budgeting, and relevant cost analysis. Through real-life scenarios and practical case studies, students gain experience in applying the managerial accounting skills learned. Students will also learn how to screen capital investment projects.

BLAW4820Business Law
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE482
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The course will provide students with an understanding of how the Canadian legal system works, how business decisions should take into consideration relevant legal issues, and how a manager or business owner should determine and assess these issues. The course examines who makes law, how laws are made, and how laws are enforced. Students will be introduced to the Alberta court system, with an emphasis on the procedures to commence or defend a lawsuit in small claims court. Students will be exposed to different types of alternative dispute resolution, including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Students will compare and contrast the different forms of business organizations, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. Students will become acquainted with human rights law, tort law, insurance law, employment law, and contract law. The course will require students to read and analyze legal information as well as relevant cases and legislation. At the end of this course, students will be empowered to succeed in business as their knowledge of the law and the legal system will enable them to make better business decisions.

BTTM4620Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210, ACCT3430.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE462
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an overview of the purpose and role of Management Information Systems (MIS) within a business context. More specifically, the business processes supported within standard Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems will be examined. Some of the business processes that will be covered include Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Financials, Human Resources, and Production Management. Through an examination of these standard business processes, we will also come to an understanding of how a company can optimize these processes and gain a competitive advantage. An ERP system (SAP) will be used in some labs.

BTTM4630Innovation & Change Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE463
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Technology innovation refers to changes in how leaders/managers and employees think, lead others, and manage systems and processes that will add value to the stakeholders and create organizational sustainability. Innovation creates change both from a technical and behavioral perspective, therefore, innovation concepts, strategies and practices including barriers to innovation will be assessed. The relationship between innovation and productivity will be analyzed. In addition, to promote an innovative organizational culture change management, leadership, change readiness and change resistance concepts, strategies, and practices will be examined.

BTTM4700Selected Topics in Technology Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, ETHC3200, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE470
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students in baccalaureate degrees can engage in an instructor-guided, independent learning experience. In consultation with an assigned instructor, students carry out independent studies on special projects related to and involving the management of technology in the business, industrial, or social sector. The students, in consultation with their faculty mentor, will also be responsible for investigating, developing, and implementing a learning contract, a project proposal, and an assessment plan. The terms and conditions of this contract are determined for each student or group of students based on consultation with the instructor and permission of the Program Chair.

BTTM4810Issues in Society, Environment, and Sustainability
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, ETHC3200, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE481
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Sustainability is a global concept that is implemented most often and most effectively at a local level. This balance between the global and the local provides numerous opportunities for robust innovative thinking about how to act in such a way as to imagine and manage development so as to ensure that the needs of all people are met fairly across generations. Working within the framework of a triple bottom line ethic, this course explores the concept of sustainability as it pertains to three primary domains: economic sustainability, environmental sustainability, and societal/cultural sustainability.

BTTM4830Organizational Risk Assessment
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE483
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course focuses on decision-making within the frameworks of both domestic and global organization environments. The foundation for decision-making is the triple bottom line of economic, social, and environmental considerations, as well as issues in risk management. Decision theory and game theory are also introduced, along with business support tools from finance and accounting. Students in this course will learn to use a set of decision-making tools within a framework of balanced considerations. The practical adaptation of these tools to the assessment of choice and associated risk assures that the student can identify appropriate decision-making models as well as predict and analyze possible outcomes. Students will be able to, contribute to their organizations by synthesizing new compound models, adapting known systems to formulate optimal choices, and developing strategies aimed at managing risk.

BTTM4840Technology, Experts & Society
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE484
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course explores the central role of science and technology in contemporary society, with a particular emphasis on questioning how science and technology reflect (and in some cases anticipate) their social, political, philosophical, economic, and cultural contexts.

BTTM4860Global Citizenship
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management and the Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management programs. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE486
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course examines global citizenship through a variety of topics including: globalization, security, energy, development, health, food supplies, and the environment. Participants will engage with the idea of citizenship in the context of increasingly complex and diverse social, economic, and political circumstances.

BTTM4870Cross Cultural Intelligence
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Understanding cultural differences and effectively managing these differences are critical to working, communicating and transferring knowledge in multi-cultural and international business environments. The main aim of this course is to provide conceptual and theoretical frameworks for developing an understanding of the ways in which cultures differ, how these cultural differences impact on organizations and how they may affect the transfer of communication among people. This course also identifies strategies for managing and valuing cultural diversity within varying environments. Topics will include the various dimensions of culture, similarities and differences between certain cultures, challenges and obstacles in managing cultural differences, evaluating facets of cultural elements in business environments and strategies to improve your own intercultural communication. Lectures, evaluation of case studies, discussions, films and group projects will enable you to become more knowledgeable about communicating in and managing diverse cultural environments.

ECON3340Business and Its Environment
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: ECON1110, ECON1112, BLAW2205 or Level 3.
  • Course Equivalencies: JRSB340
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Business and its Environment examines the political, regulatory, social and special interest elements within which businesses operate. Business firms just do not compete against each other in their market environments, they also compete for success outside - to shape and to accommodate public policy, public regulation, and public expectations. The vantage point of the course is the business firm and its leadership, rather than the public service and public administration. Developing the abilities to create effective strategies for interacting with the environment in which business firms operate, will enable the students to make better business decisions.

ECON3380Economic History
  • Requisites: This course is availabe to students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisites: ECON1110, ECON1112, STAT2201.
  • Course Equivalencies: JRSB380
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Economic History deals with comprehensive issues related to the premarket economy, the Industrial Revolution, the emergence of Capitalism and its penchant for innovative production processes, and the contemporary challenges of globalization and the information-based economy. Moreover, the course will assess how economic events from the past have shaped the financial world of today. A combination of statistical and financial principles coupled with the application of relevant economic theory will be utilized to evaluate important economic events and their relevance to current situations and challenges.

ENTR3354Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: COMM1101, MARK1130. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: ENTR2363, MGMT354
  • Open Studies: Available

Innovation is critical to business success in both good and bad economic times. This innovation is often linked with entrepreneurship and new venture creation endeavors. This course focuses on the nature and role of the entrepreneur and the core components of the process of new venture creation particularly for high potential ventures. First, the course explores the role that entrepreneurs play in society by examining the attitudes, behaviours, and leadership of successful entrepreneurs. Next, the course examines in depth the process of creating new ventures. It looks at the process of getting a new venture started, grown, and harvested. It is guided by a process that includes balancing opportunity recognition, resource gathering, and team building particularly as these are found in high growth venture initiatives. Underpinning these topics is the study of the business planning process so students effectively can create business plans. NOTE: If you have previously taken MARK2263 (MARK263), you cannot take ENTR3354.

ENTR3370Sociology of Entrepreneurship
  • Requisites: Co-requisite: COMM3321.
  • Course Equivalencies: JRSB370
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course examines the interrelationship between enterprise and society. Students will analyze a range of societal trends, issues, and problems and explore how these issues can impact their future roles as entrepreneur, owner, manager, or enterprise advisor. Students will be actively involved in identifying and assessing additional information sources as well as interacting with practitioners. The course will explore societal issues from different perspectives, including international practices and different sizes and types of enterprises.

ENTR4650Entrepreneurial Studies
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210, ACCT3430.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE465
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The emphasis in this course is on applying and synthesizing concepts and techniques from the functional areas of accounting, finance, managerial economics, marketing, operations management, and organization behaviour in the context of new venture development. The course is designed to familiarize students with the many dimensions of entrepreneurship and new venture development.

HRMT4429Training and Development
  • Requisites: This course is available to students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisite: HRMT2226.
  • Course Equivalencies: HRMT429
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides students with the skills and abilities to analyze learning needs and create effective training solutions to address organizational learning and development gaps. Students will use the ADDIE (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate) model to make decisions about learning needs and to create comprehensive training and development plans for a corporate environment. Students will use cases and scenarios to evaluate and identify employee learning needs and create learning solutions that take into consideration adult learning needs and learning styles.

HRMT4440Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
  • Requisites: This course is available to students that have completed Level 2.
  • Course Equivalencies: HRMT440
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution and developing negotiating skills through role-play simulations. The course will also examine different types of conflict and provide alternative strategies to deal with them.

LEAD4850Leadership Development
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or Bachelor of Technology in Construction Management program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE485
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will focus on analysing the leadership styles, team player styles, competencies, and best practices needed to create productive and meaningful relationships with others in the work and personal life environments. Historical leadership to current leadership concepts, styles, and trends will be examined. Leadership and team player competencies and best practices will be assessed. In addition, students will identify and create a personal approach to modeling effective leadership.

MARK3315Consumer Behaviour
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: MARK1130 or an emphasis of Marketing Year 3. Co-requisite: COMM3321. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: MARK315
  • Open Studies: Available

Great marketing begins and ends with a solid understanding of consumer behaviour. This course focuses on how the consumer interacts with their environment, and how the purchase and usage of products is an outcome of this environment. Real-life case analysis at both the strategic and tactical level will be used to demonstrate how appreciation of consumer behaviour can lead to a long-term competitive advantage. This topic also combines ideas from various social sciences to help students understand what leads customers to buy or to reject various product offerings.

MARK4465Marketing Management
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: MARK1130, ACCT1115, (ACCT1116 or ACCT1117) or Level 4 and COMM3321. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: MARK265, MARK465
  • Open Studies: Available

This capstone course focuses on marketing decision making. Marketing managers seek to harmonize the mission, objectives and resources of the firm with the needs and opportunities of the marketplace. This course provides a systematic framework for understanding marketing strategy and tactics. Students will apply marketing planning and decision-making skills using readings, discussions, and case studies.

MARK4474Social Media Marketing
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: MARK1130. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: MARK3374, MARK474
  • Open Studies: Available

Social Media refers to the sharing of messages through social interaction or congregation. Traditional marketing communications are managed as ?sender-to-receiver? (one-way) interactions moving from the creator to the customer, using such media as television and radio. The evolution of Social Media Marketing refers to the dynamic growth and expansion of electronic platforms to share thoughts, opinions, and messages. In these electronic environments, multiple participants can converse, debate, observe, and/or exchange ideas with friends, organizations, businesses, and customers. This course will explore this communications phenomenon and consider how marketers can effectively and efficiently incorporate social media interactions into their business plans. Consideration of various electronic platforms will be done by using and evaluating current social media tools such as blogs, wikis, social networks, Twitter, and YouTube.

ORGB3310Organizational Psychology
  • Requisites: This course is available to students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisites: COMM1101, MGMT1120, ORGB1135, STAT2201.
  • Course Equivalencies: MGMT310
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Organizational Psychology examines relevant research from psychology, anthropology, sociology, and other behavioural sciences to better understand employee behaviours, cognitions, and interactions within today’s workplace setting. Assessment skills and problem diagnosis are then used to undertake a thorough assessment of jobs, employees, and the workplace that together will influence workplace behaviours and the performance of the organization.

SMGT3309Corporate Governance
  • Requisites: This course is available to students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisite: FNCE1125. Co-requisite: FNCE3323.
  • Course Equivalencies: JRSB309, MGMT309
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Corporate Governance describes how private sector organizations are governed to create shareholder value. The course covers roles and responsibilities of Directors and Board committees, as well as Board evaluation, and best practices of Board governance. The course also covers the normal oversight, monitoring and reporting that is required to execute the duties of a Corporate Director in Canada.

SMGT4460International Business
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: COMM3321. Students enrolled in SMGT4460 may not enroll in FNCE4467.
  • Course Equivalencies: FNCE4467, FNCE467
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Many corporate decisions are affected by issues of international business. These issues can be categorized under the following areas: the global monetary system, the global trade and investment, country and social factors, operation-specific issues and the structure of international operations. This course focuses on the analysis of the above issues as well on managerial application of analytical concepts and methods to overcome barriers to the implementation and success of an international business venture. Students enrolled in SMGT4460 (International Business) many not enroll in FNCE4467 (International Finance).

Group C Electives - Min 3 - Max 5

BTTM4000Business Programming
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE400
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course presents programming concepts and basic logic structures used in modern programming languages. The course introduces computing and programming concepts from a business perspective. Areas covered include common programming languages, programming standards, purchasing or building software, and programming ethics. This course also provides a foundation for developing logical problem solving skills and flowcharting. Students will have the opportunity to experiment hands-on with developing simple programs.

BTTM4020MIS Project
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE402
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course focuses on how organizations use information systems (IS) and business intelligence to support a variety of tasks ranging from basic day-to-day activities to creating competitive advantage in the market place. The role of Information System (IS) hardware and software, business process re-engineering, electronic commerce, the impacts of IS upon organizations and society, the ethical use of information systems, types of information systems, and the importance of project management and systems analysis in developing of Management Information Systems (MIS) are covered.

BTTM4040Technology and Enterprise Governance
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course is designed to provide students with a strong comprehension of the roles, responsibilities and focus areas of technology and enterprise governance. Information Technology is a common platform across industry, government, and service sectors and will be used to demonstrate the principles and strategic applications of technology and enterprise governance in a wide variety of settings. Participants will also develop a strong knowledge base required to write the Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) designation from ISACA.

BTTM4120Systemic Design
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program. Prerequisites: COMM3210, RSCH3000, STAT3010.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

In the 21st Century, we are faced with situations that are increasingly complex, uncertain, and ambiguous. Systemic design offers new tools and approaches for tackling complex challenges. By bringing together diverse groups of people to foster shared understanding, create and test new ideas, and see their world from new perspectives, it can help people identify how to act now, together, in order to create their desired future. Designed as an introduction to systemic thinking, this class will enable students to explore and practice newly-learned skills and concepts in an experiential, interactive format.

BTTM4130Global Energy Development and Society
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE413
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will give the student a global perspective of the impacts that hydrocarbon resources have on societies, economies, and the environment. The strategic role that fossil fuels have played in major social, economic and military events in the 20th and 21st century will be covered. This course also includes an examination of the social, cultural, and economic impacts of current and future hydrocarbon exploration and production activities in developed and underdeveloped regions of the world. The energy industry is undergoing unprecedented change that includes a greater adoption of alternative energy sources. The socio-economic and environmental impacts associated with the development of alternative energy sources will be explored. Students will use and enhance research and critical thinking skills to expand their understanding of the global energy industry. Group discussion and debate will be used to enhance the learning process.

BTTM4150Information Systems Security Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE415
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Fundamental principles and concepts of Information Security are introduced using the Information Security Common Body of Knowledge. Topics covered include Security Management, Security Architecture and Models, Security Controls and Operations, Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery Planning, Access Control Systems and Methodology, Cryptography and Applications Development.

BTTM4160Embracing Disruptive Technologies
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, BTTM3020, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE416
  • Open Studies: Not Available

In recent years, the radical growth of new and emergent technologies has consumers, businesses, entrepreneurs, educators, and governments scrambling not only to stay current but also to positively position themselves by optimizing the possibilities of innovation. However, innovation often involves persuasion and frequently leads to disruption of current practices. Students will explore the organizational and ethical effects of persuasive (disruptive) technologies by applying creative thinking at the strategic level up to the front line of business and industry. Using a software tool, they will develop a real-world decision support (expert) system. Finally, the course examines the signals of disruption that frame emerging technologies: those that are hype and those that are truly transformational.

BTTM4170Expert Systems
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisite: BTTM4160.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE417
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Subject matter experts develop their skills over time and through experience and drive the success or failure of businesses. Organizations can now optimize their most valuable asset, expert knowledge, through powerful, interactive web-enabled knowledge automation expert systems. In this course, the student will learn how to capture, model, and translate expert decision-making logic into clear, concise expert system rules. Applying skills developed in this course will give the student an edge in solving practical business problems and optimizing how expertise is deployed.

BTTM4180Data Visualization
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE418
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides underlying theory and practical skills in complex data visualization including design fundamentals, visual representation methods and techniques, data acquisition and formatting, and image creation and illustration applications. The skills will prepare the student for generating clear and concise images using out-of-the-box software packages as well as those that require some programming ability to convey trends within data. Presenting data to both business and technically oriented audiences will also be emphasized.

BTTM4200Productivity Improvement
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE420
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The course provides the student with a working knowledge of the Productivity Improvement principles, including the effects of quality on production, service, and our ability to compete globally. The course includes an overview of the CQI philosophies, and problem solving tools and techniques.

BTTM4250System Reliability Analysis
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE425
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course introduces students to reliability engineering and management. Basic concepts emphasize reliability tools, Block Diagram Analysis (BDA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Markov Analysis, Failure Mode, Reliability Test Planning and Reporting, and Preventive Maintenance. The emphasis throughout is on practical applications. The mathematical concepts required are limited to those necessary for solving the problems.

BTTM4350Construction Jobsite Controls
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management or the Bachelor of Technology in Construction Managment program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE435
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This lab/lecture course provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage a construction jobsite. Students will become familiar with jobsite layout and the management and coordination of tools, equipment, documents, materials, labor and sub-trades. The role of the project manager with respect to the on-site control of projects will be the course’s primary focus. The general structure of a typical construction company will be presented. The roles and relationships between the company and the on-site manager will be explored.

BTTM4400Collaborative Patient-Centred Practice
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE440
  • Open Studies: Not Available

As the future of universal healthcare changes globally, local, regional and national governments are looking to interprofessional patient-care teams as alternatives to traditional healthcare delivery models. This course will have students from various professions learning and planning together in a healthcare team environment to empower the students in collaborative patient-centered care.

BTTM4420Healthcare Delivery in Canada
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE442
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The Healthcare Delivery in Canada course (BTTM4420) is designed for those interested in analysing the Canadian Healthcare System. It provides an introductory view of the Canadian Healthcare Delivery System and explores the complexity of the system and its challenges. With knowledge of history, healthcare structure, legislation, and demographics that affect the Canadian Healthcare System, learners will have a better understanding of the culture of the Canadian Healthcare System today. Learners will be introduced to the stressors and challenges facing current healthcare in Canada. Comparisons will be made with healthcare systems in other countries. There will also be an opportunity to analyse and debate the future of the Canadian Healthcare System. At the end of the course, learners will be able to formulate views and strategies to re-shape the future of our healthcare system.

BTTM4430Health Promotion
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE443
  • Open Studies: Not Available

A novel way to decrease the upward spiraling cost of healthcare is to change the focus and funding of our efforts to disease prevention and health promotion. First, theories and models of communication, behavioural change, and health promotion will be explored. Second, a plan will be created to deliver a health promotion program to a particular client/patient population/group.

CMIS4450Strategic Approaches to Information Systems
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: CMIS3350. This course is available to Open Studies students. Students enrolled in CMIS4450 may not enroll in CMIS4409.
  • Course Equivalencies: JRSB450
  • Open Studies: Available

This course examines strategic-level information technology resources and organizational issues. The role of information systems in helping organizations conduct business in radically different and more effective ways is examined. Strategic planning, analysis, design, implementation, and governance of information technology in order to ensure alignment with business and organizational goals are investigated. The strategic impact of emerging technologies is considered.

ENVR4140Environmental Management Systems
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE414
  • Open Studies: Not Available

In today's industry, one of the keys to success is an organization's ability to use technology through a systems approach to address and continually improve its environmental performance. Environmental Management Systems is a central part of the overall management addressing the environmental components of operations leading to sound environmental performance and a process of continual improvement in sustainable practices. Students will develop a working understanding of the different elements of an Environmental Management System (auditing, environmental impact assessment, life cycle analysis, and environmental performance reporting), the range of tools available for implementation (e.g. ISO 14000 and other software), and the benefits gained in implementing these systems (e.g. better risk management, cost savings, regulatory compliance, reduced footprint). Students will be expected to familiarize themselves with the appropriate techniques and methods, and apply them through a range of specific exercises.

ENVR4300Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE430
  • Open Studies: Not Available

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) examines the biological, economic, and social impacts that are commonly associated with development activities and the means used to predict, evaluate, and mitigate impacts in human and natural environments. This course is designed to give students a thorough grounding in the theory and practices associated with an EIA including assessment of the environmental impacts of development projects, plans, and policies within the context of the regulatory decision-making process.

ETHC4450Health Care Ethics
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, ETHC3200, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE445
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course explores health care practices and decision making from within various ethical frameworks.

LSSC4240Lean Six Sigma
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE424
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The course provides the student with an applied working knowledge of the Lean and Six Sigma principles, including the different tools, phases, and methods used to deploy Lean and Six Sigma in the real world. The course includes an overview of the Six Sigma implementation and management, Six Sigma tools and techniques, relationship between Lean and Six Sigma, and an overview of Lean manufacturing tools and techniques.

MARK4475Marketing Management Simulation
  • Requisites: Prerequisite: COMM3321. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: MARK475
  • Open Studies: Available

This course will integrate business principles from marketing and other business courses in a simulated marketing management setting. Participants will acquire skills to manage products and brands to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage, command greater price premiums, and efficiently allocate marketing resources. A participant based computer simulation, readings and cases are used to provide a real world connection to marketing in action.

MGMT4425Organizational Theory and Design
  • Requisites: This course is available to students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisite: COMM3321.
  • Course Equivalencies: MGMT425
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Organizational Theory and Design focuses on the perspectives and dimensions of organizational design. Students will create structural designs required to support successful strategy execution. MGMT4425 will assess building blocks in the development of organizational structures. This course will analyze and apply a variety of internal links to coordinate and integrate the organization’s activities. It will help managers create structures ideal for achieving organizational effectiveness.

NETW4010Network Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE401
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Information is critical to business survival. With information almost entirely moved through computer networks, this course provides students with a fundamental introduction to networking, its impact on business and ways to manage efficient networks. The course will also cover network configuration and standards, an introduction to cloud computing and an evaluation of its social and privacy issues. Students will become familiar with the most common networking technologies through the use of practical real world business examples including the setup of small office, home office, and personal networks. The relationship between efficient computer networks and business productivity will be explored.

OHSC4100Health, Safety, and Loss Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE410
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course introduces the management of Occupational Health and Safety. Students will be provided with a basic overview of applicable legislation, hazard and risk evaluation and control techniques, workplace inspections and investigations, occupational health and wellness, emergency preparedness, and business continuity. Students will be able to recognize the importance of an integrated approach to occupational health and safety in today’s workplaces.

OPMG4230Operations Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE423
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Systematic approaches to effective operation of production systems are presented. Principles, procedures and techniques for effective planning and control are applied to practical problems in forecasting, capacity planning, scheduling, inventory management, and other operations management issues.

PMGT4330Risk Analysis and Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Bachelor of Technology program. Prerequisites: RSCH3000, STAT3010, COMM3210.
  • Course Equivalencies: BTE433
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course is a study of the Risk Management (RM) cycle and its relationship with project management. It provides a solid foundation about risk and the RM cycle, and a detailed understanding of tools and techniques used in RM processes. The course discusses and analyses the impact of risk management on different areas of projects including budgets, project scheduling, and quality. Key topics include soft issues in risk management, risk management planning, risk identification, qualitative risk analysis, quantitative risk analysis, risk response planning, and risk monitoring and control.

SMGT4408Business Strategy
  • Requisites: This course is available for students that have completed Level 2. Prerequisite: ACCT3302.
  • Course Equivalencies: AAC402, ACCT408, ACCT808, MGMT408
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides an overview of the formation of strategy and its implementation in organizations. Through the application of a decision-making model, cases will be used to assess organizational issues in the area of strategy. Analytical tools and techniques will be applied in order to solve problems within organizations.

SMGT4451Supply Chain Management
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: COMM1101, FNCE1125, MARK1130 or Level 4.
  • Course Equivalencies: MARK451
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides a framework for assessing the relationships of the firm with upstream suppliers and downstream customers. The objective of the course is to gain a pragmatic understanding of how logistical decisions impact the performance of the firm by minimizing costs and increasing value to all participants in the supply chain.

Tuition

Cost Per Credit: $223
Tuition Cap: $2,085

Tuition for International Students

Cost Per Credit: $702
Tuition Cap: $6,568

Mandatory Fees

NAITSA: $129
U-Pass: $175
Health & Dental: $128
Rec. & Athletics: $70

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Books, Supplies & Program Fees (est.)

Level 3 Term 1: $900
Level 3 Term 2: $900
Level 4 Term 1: $900
Level 4 Term 2: $900

Dates & Deadlines

We recommend submitting your program application at least 90 days before the application deadline.

Application Deadline: Sep 03, 2019

Term Start Date: Nov 05, 2019

Program Availability Status:  

Domestic Applicants: OP
International Applicants: OP

Entrance Requirements

  • Successful completion of a technology diploma or degree in an accredited or recognized engineering technology, applied science or health science or information and communication technology program with a minimum GPA of 2.7*
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency

*Applicants that do not meet the minimum GPA requirement but have a minimum GPA of 1.7 may enrol in the following Open Studies courses: COMM3210 Critical Reading and Writing RSCH3000 Applied Research Methods STAT3010 Statistical Analysis Completion of these 3 Open Studies courses with a minimum mark of 70% (B-) in each course will satisfy the GPA admission requirements for this program.

If you are interested in the Open Studies pathway for admission, please contact the Program Chair prior to applying.-

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Advanced credit and prior learning

You may apply for advanced credit once you have been accepted into the program. Advanced Credit can be Transfer Credit (for completed post-secondary courses), Credential Recognition (for completed certificates, diplomas or degrees) or PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition).

Transfer Credit & Credential Recognition

In addition to the common guidelines outlined on the Recognition of Prior Learning website and on the Request for Transfer Credit or Credential Recognition form (pdf), your program has other advanced credit requirements that are applied to each request including:

  • You must have completed the course or program no more than 10 year(s) ago unless a formalized articulation agreement is in place
  • You must have a minimum mark of B- in the course(s) or program

Contact the program for additional information about Advanced Credit.

If you do not qualify for transfer credit or credential recognition, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) may be an option.

Note: as per the NAIT Grading system, a mark of 70% is equivalent to a grade of B-.

Prior learning and assessment recognition

Students in the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program can challenge courses in the program. If you have successful work experience in this field, and you can provide evidence of your skills and knowledge to meet learning outcomes for courses within the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program, you may be able to challenge courses through PLAR.

For all course challenges, you must first apply to the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management program, be accepted and have paid your non-refundable tuition deposit. You can only receive credit for up to 50% of any NAIT credit program.

To learn more and to begin the process, read through the following

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