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Crime and intelligence analysis programs now offered online

August 22, 2022

As careers in crime solving move increasingly online, so BCIT’s Bachelor of Technology (BTech) and Advanced Certificate programs in Forensic...

Advanced Forensic Nurse Examiner Online Microcredential: 5 Questions

July 29, 2022

We connected with Associate Dean Jennifer Talman to learn more about the newest BCIT Forensics microcredential, which aims to help...

New microcredential offering: Low-Code Mobile Application Development

June 30, 2022

BCIT Computing has recently launched a new microcredential in Low-Code Mobile Application Development (LCAD). We caught up with developer and...

New: Cybersecurity Essentials for IT Professionals

June 30, 2022

BCIT is offering a new microcredential (MC) in Cybersecurity Essentials for IT Professionals. We checked in with Raymond Yu, Program...

Computing students develop apps to make life better

June 22, 2022

Faculty launched the annual intense May project for first year Computer Systems Technology Diploma students with the theme Conflict and...

Celebrating BCIT Graduates: Spring 2022 Convocation Ceremonies

June 21, 2022

The annual BCIT Spring Convocation Ceremonies returned in-person for the first time in two years. BCIT celebrated more than 3,500...

From DNA sequencing at Children’s Hospital to leading-edge biotech, Forensic student shares co-op experiences

June 2, 2022

“I loved the idea of learning the technical aspects of biochemistry, but applying it to real world situations with forensic...

One-of-a-kind experience competing nationally: Computing student Princeton Dychinco

May 31, 2022

Princeton Dychinco just returned from competing nationally at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) DeepRacer WildCard Race in Ottawa. We checked...