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School of Construction and the Environment

About the School

A BCIT education can open the door to a highly rewarding career. No other post-secondary institute offers the same depth and breadth of programming that directly supports the built and natural environments of British Columbia and around the world.

Our curriculum is relevant to today’s economy and has been developed with input from industry professionals. We offer a diverse range of credentials, including certificates, diplomas, apprenticeships, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Using an integrated and multidisciplinary approach, studies in many programs also incorporate themes of sustainability and alternative and renewable energy systems.

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Unique at BCIT

The School of Construction and the Environment has many programs that are one of a kind in BC and some that are unique in Canada.

Our grads are in demand by employers because of they are equipped with the technical skills, real-world experience, and problem-solving ability needed to embrace complexity and lead innovation in a rapidly changing workforce.

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97%

OF EMPLOYED DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE GRADUATES WERE HIRED WITHIN SIX MONTHS

$32

MEDIAN HOURLY WAGE OF EMPLOYED APPRENTICE PROGRAM COMPLETERS

Here's what sets us apart

We offer training that is in-demand by industry and provides you with a wide variety of credentials — from certificates to master’s degrees. Our hands-on learning model teaches you to conceptualize and implement solutions to the challenges facing our world.

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We are the largest trades training institution in BC
Employability
98% of our School's degree graduates are employed

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Tel: 604-432-8234
Email: construction@bcit.ca

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