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Programs and Courses

Marketing Management

Why take a BCIT Marketing Management program or course? Marketing functions play a vital part of any business operation. By studying marketing you can have a creative, challenging, and rewarding career. Demand for BCIT Marketing Management graduates is strong—and the potential for higher-than-average income is also an incentive!

BCIT Business offers a diverse range of marketing programs and courses, offered both full-time and part-time. Full-time programs are offered at the Burnaby campus, while part-time programs and courses are offered in Burnaby, Vancouver, and online.

Where to start? Attend an Info Session to meet with our faculty or arrange an appointment with a BCIT Program Advisor.

Full-time Marketing Programs

Marketing Management Diploma | Common First Year

Part-time & Professional Programs

Diploma | Business Administration – Marketing
Certificate | Marketing Communications
Certificate | Marketing Management
Certificate | Professional Sales
Certificate | Sustainable Event Management
Associate Certificate | Customer Relationship Marketing
Associate Certificate | Entrepreneurship
Associate Certificate | Event Marketing
Associate Certificate | Fundraising Management*
Associate Certificate | Marketing Communications*
Associate Certificate | Nonprofit Management*
Associate Certificate | Public Relations*
Associate Certificate | Retail Marketing Management
Associate Certificate | Sales Skills
Associate Certificate | Tourism and Hospitality
Statement of Completion | Coast Capital Savings Entrepreneurial Program
Statement of Completion | Social Media and Digital Marketing*

*Can be completed entirely Online, in-Classroom, or with a combination of Online and in-Classroom courses

Part-time Courses

BCIT part-time courses are taught in our Downtown Vancouver Campus (DTC), Burnaby Campus (BBY), and Online. The following grids display which courses are available at each campus and the semester they are taught. Please be aware that course cost, availability, and location is subject to change.

(F) Fall term is between September to December
(W) Winter term is between January to April
(S) Spring/Summer term is between April to August

English Requirements:

Two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following:

  • BC English 12 (67%) or
  • 3.0 credits of post-secondary English, humanities or social sciences (67%) from a recognized institution

New Courses:

*Please note that the following part-time course offerings are subject to change without notice: