The complete certificate program integrates Media Techniques for Business courses with those from other disciplines. Students have a wide range of electives to choose from and can therefore develop a program to meet their specific needs and goals.
You can register for individual courses for personal interest or you can complete a series of specified courses to gain an associate certificate, a certificate, a diploma or a degree. If you are working toward a credential, you must obtain approval from the program administration.
Many courses offered through Part-time Studies have prerequisites which are listed in the description for the course. If no prerequisite is listed in the course description, then none exists. Before registering, it is your responsibility to ensure you have completed courses or have skills and knowledge equivalent to the listed prerequisites.
The classes are typically three hours long, comprised of 1.5 hour lecture and 1.5 hours of hands on experience.
When learning software skills, the instructor will demonstrate and project the software in the classroom so that you can observe.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
The Media Techniques for Business Certificate program will give you the hands on skills and experience needed to:
Other elective courses are being developed. Check future flyers for additional choices. Not all courses are offered every term. Check current flyers under Media Techniques for Business or other areas such as Broadcast and Media Communications or Marketing for current offerings and specific course descriptions.
The careers that the Media Techniques for Business graduates enter are rewarding and diverse. Options include:
Many instructors in the Media Techniques for Business Certificate Program have years of active experience in the media and business industry. Some of the instructors are members of professional institutes and organization that relate to the areas of study. These memberships allow instructors to remain current on new industry standards and offer fresh insight to students on recent developments.
Part-time Studies Coordinator, Digital Arts
604-456-1011 | Paul_Sawyer@bcit.ca
Part-time Studies Program Assistant, Digital Arts
604-451-7198 | Angelina_Shine@bcit.ca
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