Overview

The management of energy is “integral to the economic, social and environmental prosperity of BC”. The graduates of our programs will be well positioned to address the current energy challenges through increasing energy efficiencies in industrial processes and the development of cost-effective alternative energy sources. The School of Energy is committed to education and research in these areas.

Career options - that's what BCIT's School of Energy can offer if you're interested in the fields of engineering, technology, and trades.

You can choose a rewarding career as an Engineer, Technologist, Technician, or Tradesperson. The broad scope of programs in the BCIT School of Energy can lead you into a vast array of B.C. industries such as oil and gas, pulp and paper, manufacturing, high tech, telecommunications — in fact, almost any business that requires technical knowledge and skills.

With a serious shortage of trained professionals entering the workforce means that employers are having a difficult time finding the certified professionals they need. Training for a technical career at BCIT can provide you with opportunities to exciting and challenging careers in British Columbia.

We invite you to take a look at our exciting career options. Explore our website to see how we can assist you in reaching your educational goal by finding a program that best suits you.  

Dr. Sanja Boskovic, Chief Instructor, Power Engineering. Recipient of the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.



The BCIT School of Energy would like to congratulate Dr. Sanja Boskovic on her well-deserved BCIT Distinguished Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching. Thank you Sanja for your inspiring dedication and enthusiasm!