The Business Operations Management program hosts annual industry networking events for students to meet with industry professionals. These very successful events feature presentations by our students, interactive 'speed networking' sessions, and lead to potential career opportunities after graduation. Watch a video from our Industry Showcase.
Operations Management training will give you a broad range of specialized skills that will let you take your career anywhere you want to go:
To round out these specialized skills, you’ll also gain a strong foundation in business, including:
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.
|OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
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Alaric de Souza
Faculty Advisor, OpMan Mentorship Program
SE6, Room 362
This group is called your 'set' and you will take all of your classes together. This allows you to form close working relationships with your classmates, coordinate your schedules effectively for group work, and get the support you need from your instructors.
Your learning will focus on opportunities to complete real projects for business clients. This means you get the skills that employers are looking for and connections with professionals.
When you're accepted into the program, you're guaranteed seats in every class you need to graduate. That means there's no registering for individual classes, no taking classes that aren't relevant and no need to wonder when you'll graduate and launch your career.
The Operations Management program is a pathway to BCIT's Bachelor of Business Administration program, giving students the opportunity to earn your degree in as little as one year after earning your diploma.
You can go on to write certification exams for professional associations such as APICS’ Certified Production and Inventory Manager (CPIM) or Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification plus a host of others offered by relevant professional associations.
BCIT students have the opportunity to network with industry professionals and other students in the SAP Community Network website.
Do you have a degree, diploma, or completed a substantial amount of post-secondary courses? You may qualify for advanced placement into the Business Operations Management program. Students that qualify for advanced placement can enter the program in the middle of first year or the beginning of the second year depending on the number of transfer credits received.
Acceptance into advanced placement is dependent on a number of factors including: seat availability, course transfer credits, and the number of applications received. Most applicants are required to complete additional course work before entering their desired program. Early application is strongly recommended.
Entry into the middle of Year 1 (January)
Entry into the start of Year 2 (September)
*or next business dayWhen applying for advanced placement, you must submit the Course-by-Course Self-Assessment form [PDF] with your online application.
For more information about eligibility requirements and the application process, please download the Business Operations Management Advanced Placement Guide [PDF].
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