BCIT Credentials :: Bachelor's Degrees
A degree from BCIT gives you the best of both worlds: a recognized bachelor's credential and practical training for job readiness.
BCIT degrees focus on applied learning to ensure that students graduate not only with sound theoretical knowledge but also with the competencies to apply that knowledge immediately on entering the workforce.
All BCIT degrees include academic specialty courses, management studies, and liberal studies.
Currently, BCIT offers the following types of baccalaureate degrees:
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Engineering
- Bachelor of Health Science
- Bachelor of Interior Design
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Bachelor of Technology
- Bachelor of Food Technology and Operations Management
Many programs are available for either full-time or part-time study, and the delivery methods for individual courses may include two or more of various alternatives: daytime or evening, on campus or online, clinical placements and/or distributed learning. Programs currently available at the bachelor's level are:
- Architectural Science
- Business Administration
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Systems
- Construction Management
- Ecological Restoration
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering Technology
- Environmental Health
- Forensic Investigation
- Geographic Information Systems
- Honours in Biotechnology - joint BSc (Co-op) with UBC
- Interior Design
- Mechanical Engineering
- Medical Imaging
- Mining and Mineral Resource Engineering
- Radiation Therapy
- Specialty Nursing
- Technology Management
Do you have (or almost have!) an Associate Degree?
If you've completed an Associate Degree at one of British Columbia's post-secondary institutions — or even if you're still working on completing one — be sure to check out the BTech Entry Pathway Chart [PDF, 92 KB] to see if you're eligible for advanced placement within one of BCIT's Bachelor of Technology degree programs.