This course provides candidates with the knowledge to understand trends in new and emerging information technologies and identifies strategies for managing the introduction of these technologies in today’s organizations. This course covers advances in data management, data communications, electronic commerce, multimedia and other computer/communications technologies, all examined from a strong business applications and management perspective.
This course forms part of the Bachelor of Technology in TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT degree program. You may proceed to register for this course online, or by contacting Student Information and Enrollment Services (SIES) at 604-434-1610 or 1-866-434-1610 Toll-Free (Canada and US only). Please click on the following link for IMPORTANT DETAILED INFORMATION regarding this course. www.bcit.ca/files/transportation/pdf/tmgt7154classroom.pdf
One seat remaining as of Dec 3, 2016 9:42 am PST. Seats remaining may change at any time prior to registration and payment.
Upon successful completion, the candidate will be able to:
Make and influence decisions on the use of new and emerging information technologies through analysis of requirements, identification of solutions and formation of actionable business cases.
Develop effective ongoing processes for monitoring emerging technologies.
Select a strategy to manage key technologies, and initiate risk assessments to design risk mitigation and management strategies.
Evaluate, select and integrate new technologies into an existing technology framework.
Generate planning processes to identify business opportunities for the effective use of new technologies.
Manage the integration of legacy and newly introduced technologies through analysis of practical examples and case studies.
Effective as of Fall 2011
TMGT 7154 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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