School of Construction and the Environment
Prepare for the future.
The School of Construction and the Environment is concerned with the natural environment, the built environment and the relationship between them.
As the leading contributor of trades, engineering, and applied and natural sciences professionals in the province, the School offers over 60 full-time programs, over 270 part-time courses, customized training and applied research from where you will gain the knowledge and skills to address the issues of today while planning for tomorrow.
Applied and Natural Sciences
Engineering, Design and Technology
Trades, Technical and Apprenticeships
Centres of Excellence
To support you and your continued education, BCIT is adapting applied learning in formats appropriate to the unfolding global situation. We want to make it easier for you to work towards your future goals and get the education you desire. For the latest updates, review the COVID-19 Information.
BCIT Carpentry students back in their shops
Following the safe return of seven Level 4 Joinery students back onto the Burnaby Campus, BCIT School of Construction and the Environment further collaborated with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) to develop enhanced protocols and a comprehensive risk assessment plan that safely welcomed 64 Carpentry students back into their shops. These students, who were enrolled in Carpentry Level 1, 3, and 4, were on campus for up to four weeks to acquire the applied skills needed to complete their training.
Interested in Sustainable Energy?
- Automated Controls Installation and Maintenance
- Building Controls & Energy Management
- High Performance Building Lab
- Renewable Energy Electrical Systems Installation & Maintenance
- Residential Energy Efficiency
- Residential Renewable Energy
- Sustainable Energy Management
- Zero Energy / Zero Emissions Buildings
Your donation will help reimagine how students learn, break down barriers to higher education and transform the BCIT campus into a dynamic new place of applied learning and research innovation.
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