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Professional Sales


The BCIT Professional Sales diploma program is one of the most respected sales programs in Canada and our graduates are sought after by industry. The Professional Sales program will prepare you for a career in the dynamic field of business-to-business selling. Companies require skilled sales professionals to develop new customers and build mutually-beneficial relationships. You will learn how to apply proven sales methods, develop sales strategies, and implement marketing skills and new technologies to develop new business and retain customers.

About the Professional Sales Program

  • Two-year, full-time diploma program
  • Accredited with the Canadian Professional Sales Association
  • Final term includes a 10-week practicum in industry
  • You will consult with a real company to develop and present a growth strategy (Business Consulting Project)
  • Upon completing your diploma, you may be able to earn your Bachelor of Business Administration in one more year

Who should apply?

The Professional Sales program may be right for you if you are interested in:
  • Meeting and working with people
  • Learning how to develop and manage customers
  • Developing skills that are in high demand
  • A job with unique challenges and clear objectives
  • A career that is flexible and financially rewarding
If this sounds like you, visit the Program Entry page and for more information about the program visit the Program Details page.

Professional Sales Jobs & Careers

The applied education and industry connections students receive at BCIT allow them to explore a variety of career paths. Most Professional Sales graduates apply to positions as account managers. Other starting roles include business development representative, sales associate, and client services. Many graduates have become sales managers and vice presidents of sales and marketing. Several are earning significant incomes negotiating complex contracts for Canadian companies around the world.

If you would like more information on career opportunities, visit the Graduating and Jobs page.

Your experience matters

Do you have experience in business-to-business sales or a university degree or diploma? Your experience may earn you credits toward your Professional Sales diploma. Find out if you're eligible for advanced placement.

International Exchange

BCIT offers a number of international exchange opportunities that helps students gain a global perspective of the economy, culture, government, and everyday life of the country they study in. Learn more about international exchange opportunities and international double degrees with internships.


Accredited Program

The Professional Sales program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), the Canadian Professional Sales Association, and is listed as one of the 'Top Universities for Professional Sales Education' by the Sales Education Foundation.

Program Entry

Check for current Professional Sales program availability. Once accepted, your seat in the program will be reserved.

Application processing

Open to applications beginning November 1st (or next business day).

Note: As of 2020, this program will open for applications on October 1st.

Entrance requirements

Applicants must meet all entrance requirements and will be accepted on a first qualified basis as long as space remains.

Read more about how to meet BCIT’s entrance requirements

Recommended for success

  • Applicants are urged to attend an information session offered throughout the year. These are free of charge and are open to all to attend. Registration is requested, but not required.

  • Strong mathematic skills are required for success in BCIT Business diplomas. Students accepted into this program will be contacted starting in April regarding the completion of a math assessment test. If you score below a 67% on this assessment test, or feel that you would like to upgrade your math skills regardless, you should complete OPMT 0199 or OPMT 0023.

International applicants

International students should be aware that this program has a mandatory integrated work experience and you are responsible for ensuring that you hold a valid co-op work permit, which is required to complete this practicum. The co-op work permit is separate from the study permit for having authorization to work up to 20 hours per week during your studies.

For more information, please contact the BCIT International Student Centre.

Advanced Placement

You may be eligible to apply to an advanced level of the program through either re-admission or direct entry. Visit the Advanced Placement page for details.

Transfer Credit

Do you have credits from another post-secondary school?

Transfer credit may be granted for courses completed at BCIT or another post-secondary institution where the learning outcomes duplicate those of the BCIT course. As per Admission Procedure 5003-PR1, the department reserves the right to determine the granting of credit where appropriate.

Applications will be accepted up to day 14 of the term; an official transcript and a course outline where appropriate must be provided (or be on file with BCIT) to process the request. A maximum of two courses per level are eligible for credit through this process.

Apply to program

The two-year Marketing Management Diploma program shares a common first year of core business subjects. The second year of the program focuses on specific fields of marketing expertise.

Candidates who wish to apply to the Professional Sales option must declare this option/specialization at the time of application.

BCIT accepts only complete applications. In order to apply:

  • Include proof of meeting all entrance requirements prior to submission
  • Convert all transcripts and supporting documents to PDF files
  • Have a credit card ready to pay the application fee
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You can check the status of your application online at any time using the Student Information System.

Scheduled intakes

September each year.

myCommunication

Within two business days of submitting your completed application, BCIT will send a message to your personal and myBCIT e-mail addresses. All correspondence regarding your application will be posted to your online myCommunication account at my.bcit.ca. We'll send you an e-mail when a new message is posted. It's important to watch for these e-mails or regularly check your account online.

You can expect to receive communication concerning the status of your application within four weeks.

Advanced Placement

Conditions

You may be eligible to apply to an advanced level of the program through either re-admission or direct entry. Please note that applications are considered based on:
  • Complete applications: you must show proof that you have completed (or are registered in) all requirements to be considered.
  • Competitive entry: if the number of applicants exceeds available seats, BCIT will accept those deemed to have the best opportunity for success.
  • Seat availability: confirmation may not be available until approximately one week before the term begins.

Re-admission

If you have previously completed part of this program at BCIT and wish to re-enter the program at an advanced level, you can apply for re-admission.

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Submit the Course-by-Course Self-Assessment Form [PDF] with your application.

Ready to submit your application? Apply now.

Direct entry

If you are new to the program but have completed an equivalent part of it at BCIT or elsewhere and want to apply to an advanced level, you can apply for direct entry.

BCIT accepts complete applications starting:

  • February 1st* for level 2 (January start)
  • November 1st* for level 3 (September start)

  • *or next business day

There are 4 options for direct entry. If you are applying through options 1, 2, or 3, you must submit an online application. Option 4 applicants, submit your application for transfer directly to BCIT Admissions.

Option 1: If you do not have a diploma or degree

Applications to level 2 or 3.

Submit the following with your online application:

Required courses

If you are applying to level 2*, you must show proof of completion of (or registration in) the level 1 courses (or equivalents) below.

If you are applying to level 3, you must show proof of completion of (or registration in) the level 1 and 2 courses (or equivalents) below.

*All direct entry students entering level 2 are accepted into the Marketing Management – General Option program. Option selection will be available after current level 2 full-time student transfer requests are processed. Notification of option selection will take place in late June. If a seat is not available in your preferred option, an alternate option will be assigned.

Level 1 courses

Full-time Course Name Part-time Equivalent
BLAW 3100 Business Law BLAW 3100
BSYS 1000 Business Information Systems BSYS 1001
COMM 1100 Business Communication 1 COMM 1103 or
COMM 1106
ECON 2100 Microeconomics ECON 2100
MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing MKTG 1102
OPMT 1110 Business Mathematics OPMT 1110
ORGB 1100 Organizational Behaviour ORGB 1105

Level 2 courses

Full-time Course Name Part-time Equivalent
BSYS 2070 Business Information Systems 2 for MKTG BSYS 2051
BUSA 2100 Principles of Management BUSA 2005
COMM 2200 Business Communication 2 COMM 2202 (or 2002) and COMM 2203 (or 2003)
ECON 2200 Macroeconomics ECON 2200
FMGT 2152 Accounting for Management FMGT 2152 or
both of FMGT 1100 and
FMGT 2100
MKTG 2202 Introduction to Marketing Communications MKTG 2203 and
MKTG 3322
MKTG 2243 Sales Skills MKTG 1219
OPMT 1130 Business Statistics OPMT 1197

Ready to submit your application? Apply now.

Option 2: Diploma or degree holders

Applications to level 3 only.

Submit the following with your online application:

Required courses:

Full-time Course Name Part-time Equivalent
BLAW 3100 Business Law BLAW 3100
BSYS 2070 Business Information Systems 2 for MKTG BSYS 2051
COMM 1100* Business Communication 1 COMM 1103 or
COMM 1106
COMM 2200* Business Communication 2 COMM 2202 (or 2002) and
COMM 2203 (or 2003)
FMGT 2152 Accounting for Management FMGT 2152 or
both of FMGT 1100 and
FMGT 2100
MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing MKTG 1102
MKTG 2202 Introduction to Marketing Communication MKTG 2203 and
MKTG 3322
MKTG 2243 Sales Skills MKTG 1219
OPMT 1110 Business Mathematics OPMT 1110
OPMT 1130 Business Statistics OPMT 1197

*Note: For accredited Canadian or US credentials, if you have achieved a bachelor’s degree the COMM 1100 and 2200 courses may be waived. If you have an associate degree or a diploma, COMM 1103 (or 1106) and COMM 2202 (or 2002) may be waived. Note that COMM 2203 (or 2003) will still be required.

Ready to submit your application? Apply now.

Option 3: Mature students

If you are a mature applicant, you may be eligible to complete an Advanced Placement and Prior Learning (APPL) assessment to qualify for direct entry to an advanced level of the program. Visit the SITE Centre to find out if you are eligible, and to learn more about the assessment process and associated fees.

Submit the following with your online application:

  • Proof of meeting all general entrance requirements
  • Approved Advanced Placement and Prior Learning (APPL) Assessment and APPL Approval Letter

Ready to submit your application? Apply now.

Option 4: School of Business diploma program transfer

If you are currently in a full-time BCIT School of Business diploma program and wish to transfer:

  1. Print the School of Business Program Change form [PDF].
  2. Make an appointment with the program heads to review your eligibility to transfer.
  3. If you are transferring to Level 3, you may be required to complete one or more bridging courses.
  4. Submit the following to BCIT Admissions:
    • Approved School of Business Program Change form
    • Completed Course-by-Course Self-Assessment form for your current program (found on your current program’s Advanced Placement page)
    • $16 program change fee

    Do not apply online.

Direct entry FAQs

  • When should I apply?


  • It is recommended that you apply when you have met all of the entrance requirements. If you are currently registered in a course, please indicate this on the self-assessment form.

  • When will I be accepted?


  • Once your application has been assessed and has been approved for direct entry, a seat must become available in the program you have selected. The Admissions department must wait until the current students obtain their final grades in either December or May to determine how many seats will become available for direct entry applicants.

  • Can I transfer options?


  • You are requested to specify you program option preference(s). Option selection will be completed after current level 2 full-time student transfer requests are processed. Notification of option selection will take place in late June. If a seat is not available in your preferred option an alternate option may be assigned. Your requested option cannot be guaranteed at time of application.

  • Can I take courses in advance to reduce my course load?


  • In order to maintain a competitive application, it is recommended that you take no more than two courses per term ahead of time. A maximum of two courses per level are eligible for credit. Note that this will not reduce your full-time program tuition.

  • When will I get my timetable?


  • Print your timetable one day prior to class start by logging into my.bcit.ca and going to Student Self-Service. You must be registered in your courses in order to access this feature. If you know the set to which you have been assigned, you can also find your timetable at timetables.bcitbusiness.ca.

  • When can I buy my books?


  • It is recommended that you wait until the first week of classes before buying textbooks. Your instructors will tell you which books to buy.

To register for a Part-time Studies course, visit Register for Part-time Courses or contact Student Information and Enrolment Services.

Still have questions? Review the Admissions FAQ or contact Program Advising.

Additional options

Graduate Certificate in Business Administration

For students who have completed a bachelor’s degree, the BCIT Graduate Certificate in Business Administration is another viable option. This eight-month full-time program leads into a number of international MBA programs.

Costs & Supplies

Tuition fees

Please see the Fees, Payments and Refunds section of the website for information on full-time tuition fees.

Books and supplies

Level 1: $775; Level 2: $500; Level 3: $700; Level 4: $600
(General estimated cost, subject to change)

Financial assistance

Financial assistance may be available for this program. For more information, please contact Student Financial Aid and Awards.

Courses

BCIT's Professional Sales program provides students with valuable skills that are in high demand in business.

First year

The first year of the program provides a foundation in business practices, including marketing, business management, communications, accounting, and more. All marketing students take the same first year courses.

Second year

The second year of the program provides advanced specialized skills for B2B selling and business development:
  • Relationship Selling
  • Customer Loyalty Strategies
  • Advanced Sales and Negotiations
  • Sales Management
  • Current Issues in Sales
  • Digital Marketing
  • Analytics
  • Sales Practicum
  • Business Consulting Project

Program matrix

Level 1 (15 weeks)
Credits
  BLAW 3100 Business Law 4.0
  BSYS 1000 Business Information Systems 3.0
  COMM 1100 Business Communication 1 3.0
  ECON 2100 Microeconomics 3.0
  MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing 3.0
  OPMT 1110 Business Mathematics 4.0
  ORGB 1100 Organizational Behaviour 3.0
 
Level 2 (20 weeks) Credits
  BSYS 2070 Business Information Systems 2 for MKTG* 2.0
  BUSA 2100 Principles of Management* 2.0
  COMM 2200 Business Communication 2 4.0
  ECON 2200 Macroeconomics 4.0
  FMGT 2152 Accounting for Management 5.5
  MKTG 2202 Introduction to Marketing Communications 4.0
  MKTG 2243 Sales Skills 4.0
  OPMT 1130 Business Statistics 5.5
* denotes a half-term course
 
Level 3 (15 weeks) Credits
  FMGT 3222 Managerial Finance (MKTG) 4.0
  MKTG 3301 Computer Applications in Marketing 3.0
  MKTG 3306 Business Planning Principles 4.0
  MKTG 3309 Marketing Research 4.0
  MKTG 3334 Advanced Sales and Negotiation 4.0
  MKTG 3343 Sales Management 4.0
 
Level 4 (20 weeks) Credits
  MKTG 3304 International Marketing* 2.5
  MKTG 4380 Marketing Analytics for Strategic Decisions 4.0
  MKTG 4402 Relationship Selling* 2.5
  MKTG 4404 Industry Sales Practicum* 6.0
  MKTG 4418 Business Consulting Projects 8.0
  MKTG 4428 Current Issues in Sales* 2.5
  MKTG 4431 Internet Marketing Applications 4.0
  MKTG 4432 Customer Loyalty Strategies* 2.0
  OPMT 1176 Project Management* 2.0
* denotes a half-term course
 
Total Credits: 110.5

Note: This program is completing a curriculum assessment. Some courses may be revised, added or deleted during the academic year.

Transfer credit

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.

Program Details

Just two years to career success

BCIT is known for applied education. In your first year, you will learn the fundamentals of business, marketing and professional sales. This serves as the foundation before you specialize in more specific sales and business development skills in your second year. Students learn through a combination of lectures and labs, which ensures you are able to apply what you have learned once you graduate.

BCIT students also appreciate our small class sizes. You will learn with approximately 24 other students, which is known as your “set”. This learning environment gives you the chance to interact with your classmates and instructors, and get direct answers to your questions, as well as direct feedback on the skills you are developing.

BCIT Professional Sales is driven by our industry partners, which means your education is relevant and up-to-date. Your instructors will all have industry experience to enable you to go beyond learning just from a textbook. You will also learn from a select group of industry guests, including many BCIT Professional Sales alumni, all of whom can provide unique insight on career decisions and business success.

BCIT is also known for its industry projects. No amount of class time or textbook assignments can replace the learning you'll receive through projects that connect you with real companies. For Professional Sales students, these include Business Consulting Projects and sales practicums. These opportunities let you put your skills into action, providing valuable networking and business connections, along with resume-building experiences.

Program length

Two years, full-time

Grading

Continuation in the Marketing Management Program Year 2

In order to be eligible to continue into the second year of the marketing management program a student must have successfully completed all required first year courses or equivalencies.

  1. At the end of first year students failing: MKTG 2202, MKTG 2243 and/or any 3 or more courses not in Marketing, will not be allowed to proceed in the program. If students wish to re-enter the program they must complete the outstanding courses and re-apply to the program.

  2. At the end of the first year of the program, students having failed one course not in Marketing may continue in the program. Their program option will be held if the failed course is successfully completed at BCIT, 10 days prior to the next term start up. If they are completing the courses at another institution then the students must provide proof of registration for the outstanding course no later than 60 calendar days prior to the term start date. An official transcript with the final grade must also be submitted before acceptance into the program option is granted.

  3. Students having failed two courses not in Marketing may continue in the program but their program option seat will not be held. If the failed courses are successfully completed at BCIT before term start up, the student can re-apply to their preferred option. If completing the courses at another institution students must provide proof of registration for the outstanding course(s) no later than 60 calendar days prior to the term start date. An official transcript with the final grade(s) must also be submitted before acceptance into the program option is granted.

Students required to reapply for a program option seat in the Marketing Management Program will be competing for a limited number of seats available and are not guaranteed their first option choice.

Program location

Burnaby Campus
3700 Willingdon Avenue
Burnaby, BC

Continue your education

Marketing Management graduates can obtain transfer credit toward business degree programs at a number of universities both within and outside the province.

Graduates can also pursue degree completion through BCIT's Bachelor of Business Administration program.

Graduating & Jobs

By graduating with a diploma from the BCIT Professional Sales program, students have several career and education options. As the ability to sell and service clients is in high demand with business-to-business (B2B) companies, Professional Sales graduates have the potential to receive multiple job offers. Our students who have experience in sales (retail or direct) or customer service (including restaurant servers) are particularly sought after by B2B companies.

What will you do?

Some of the roles that graduates pursue:
  • Account Manager
  • Business Developer
  • Sales Representative
  • Client Service
As they build career experience, graduates apply to roles as key account managers, sales managers, and Vice Presidents of Sales & Marketing.

Professional selling to B2B customers requires a broad skill set. BCIT Professional Sales students develop the skills required to sell and service customers through a complex process and in challenging situations. The common tasks performed by professional salespeople include:
  • Source leads and develop prospects
  • Diagnose customer problems and provide solutions
  • Deliver professional, persuasive presentations and demonstrations
  • Handle objections and reduce barriers to purchase
  • Negotiate agreements
  • Provide customer service
  • Add value to the customer experience

Where will you work?

These are the four industries which currently hire the majority of BCIT Professional Sales graduates:
  • Business Services (Konica-Minolta, IT/IQ, Ricoh)
  • Technology (Sophos, Absolute, SAP)
  • Industrial Distribution (Leavitt Machinery, Finning, Ritchie Bros.)
  • Consumer Goods (Vancouver Canucks, Labatt’s, Arcteryx) 

Degree Completion

Graduates of the Professional Sales diploma may apply to BCIT's Bachelor of Business Administration program, if they meet the minimum GPA requirements. Students may be able to earn their BBA in only one additional year. As well, the BBA program provides the opportunity to continue in a part-time capacity while employed full-time. In this case, some companies have an education allowance that can be used towards degree completion.

Professional Sales graduates can also obtain transfer credit toward business degree programs at a number of universities throughout Canada.

If continuing the BBA full-time, there is an option of spending a semester abroad at one of our partner universities.

Graduate employment outcomes

The BCIT student outcomes reports present summary findings from the annual survey of former students administered by BC Stats one to two years after graduation. These reports combine the last three years of available results for the 2016-2018 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2015-2017 graduates and for Degree 2014-2016 graduates. The reports are organized into three-page summaries containing information on graduates' labour market experiences and opinions regarding their education. More detailed information can be accessed at the BC Student Outcomes website.

To view these results, you may need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your Web browser.

Business Consulting Project



A BCIT Business Consulting Project provides second year Professional Sales students the opportunity to work over a 20 week period, one day a week with an organization to conduct extensive market research and prepare a marketing plan or business plan. Students work in a teams of three to identify potential opportunities, conduct research, and recommend effective solutions. Students complete a comprehensive written report and deliver an oral presentation to the sponsoring organization outlining their recommendations and solutions.

Business Consulting Projects are different from traditional co-op and internship programs. Students are not assigned to actual positions, but rather fill a consulting role for businesses and organizations. Each project has a BCIT faculty member that serves as an advisor for the student consulting team. Exit surveys from participating companies show that the completed strategic business solutions have a value that far surpassed their expectations.

View a complete list of past Business Consulting Projects students have completed in a wide variety of industries.

Employers & Sponsors

A key benefit for students in the Professional Sales Diploma is the opportunity to connect with industry. The relationships with B.C.’s top B2B sales companies have been growing as employers see the success BCIT grads achieve within their organizations. These employers not only offer job opportunities to students, they also provide student practicums and the resources to complete industry assignments such as management interviews, job shadows and business consulting projects.

Another benefit for students from these industry relationships is the sponsorship of student awards. The following companies currently sponsor student awards for Professional Sales students:
The following companies have recently offered practicums and/or hired our graduates. BCIT students, alumni, and faculty appreciate the opportunities and support provided by these companies.
  • Acklands Grainger
  • ACL
  • ADP
  • Affinity Staffing
  • Agreement Express
  • Allergan
  • Allocadia
  • Amtra Solutions
  • Angusone
  • Arc'teryx
  • Bacardi
  • BCLC
  • Bell Media
  • Bell Mobility
  • Bench Accounting
  • Best Service Pros
  • Bissett Fasteners
  • BMO
  • Bank of Montreal
  • Brandt
  • Broadband TV
  • Bunzl
  • Campbell's
  • Canaccord Genuity
  • Canada Wide Media
  • CB Constantini
  • Centra Windows
  • CFIB
  • CH Robinson
  • CHUBB
  • Cineplex Media
  • Cintas
  • Clarke Freightways
  • Coca-Cola
  • Colliers
  • DHL
  • Ensol Systems
  • Eyexpo
  • Fastenal
  • Fedex
  • Finning
  • Foresee
  • Furtado Forest Products
  • Gordon Food Services/GFS
  • Group Health
  • Hangar 18 Creative
  • Hilti
  • Hootsuite
  • Horizon Recruitment
  • J&H Forest Products
  • Jim Pattison Lease
  • Klue
  • Kone
  • Konica Minolta
  • Labatt
  • Lamar Outdoor
  • Ledcor
  • LongView Systems
  • MacDonald Search Group
  • Maple Leaf Foods
  • Matchbox Consulting
  • Media Valet
  • Mondia Alliance
  • Mondolez
  • National Glass
  • Newcap
  • NuHeat Industries
  • O2E Brands
  • Olympic Industries
  • Oracle
  • Pacific Honda
  • Payfirma
  • Payworks
  • Pepsi
  • Peterbilt
  • Plaid Fox
  • Pospischil Realty
  • Procurify
  • Rise People
  • Ritchie Bros
  • Rogers Media
  • Sage
  • Sales Talent Agency
  • Salesforce
  • SAP
  • Saputo
  • SMS Equipment
  • Steve Nash Fitness
  • Sysco
  • Telus
  • Traction on Demand
  • UPS
  • Vancouver Canucks
  • Vancouver Whitecaps
  • Van-Kam Freightways
  • Vidyard
  • Vision Critical
  • VivInt
  • Waste Management
  • Wesgroup Equipment
  • Western Media Group
  • Wider Funnel
  • Xerox (WestX)
  • Xpansion Leasing
  • Yellow Pages
  • Zeemac

Faculty, Advisors & Staff

All Professional Sales and Marketing faculty have industry experience at some of today's leading businesses. They're accomplished in both the sales and teaching fields, bringing their passion for this dynamic industry to the classroom.

Bruce Anthony, Professional Sales Program Head
Bruce has been in professional sales and business development for over 30 years. After studying at UBC and BCIT, and after gaining valuable business experience attempting to start a small business and managing a retail store, Bruce started in media sales in 1983. His career includes 12 years in media sales, 8 years in sales management and 10+ years working with his own firm as a Marketing Strategist. He continues to help business owners and management teams with business development strategies and corporate training.  With a wide range of experience working on strategy and business development with over 40 businesses and brands, Bruce integrates real business challenges and experiential exercises into the BCIT curriculum. He also has worked on integrating technology into course delivery including online discussion forums, social media and "gamification". His credentials include a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Diploma of Technology, Certification as a Marketing Manager, and he is a graduate of the Rogers Leadership College.

Chris Redston, Faculty
Chris brings over 25 years of business experience in the telecommunications industry to the classroom at BCIT. He started his professional career as an engineer at Bell Canada and then transitioned into sales after completing his MBA in 1991. Chris has a proven track record of sales leadership and business development. He has extensive experience in account management, sales management, B2B marketing, and distribution channel management. Chris joined the faculty at BCIT in Marketing Management in 2013. He teaches courses in Marketing, Professional Sales, and Relationship Selling. He holds an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from UBC, and a Certificate in Architectural and Building Engineering Technology from BCIT. Chris is a Professional Engineer and a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia.


Advisory committee

  • Bruce Anthony, BCIT Program Head
  • Danielle Wlson, BCIT Program Head
  • David Tikkanen, BCIT Program Head
  • Rick Kroetsch, BCIT Program Head
  • Bill Phillips, BCIT Faculty
  • Stacy Reynaud, BCIT PTS Coordinator
  • Steve Buchan, Fusion CRM Product Development
  • Jeff Duncan, Meetingmax
  • Brian Mavrow, First West Credit Union
  • Robert Fawcett, Real Estate Council of BC
  • Jeremy Tiffin, Horizon Recruitment
  • Peter Barton, SAP
  • Greg Malpass, Traction on Demand

Contact Us

Bruce Anthony
Program Head, Professional Sales
604-451-6765 | Bruce_Anthony@bcit.ca

Dr. Vicky Roy
Associate Dean, Marketing Management
604-432-8760 | vroy3@bcit.ca

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The Professional Sales Diploma at BCIT gave me a foundation of practical sales skills that I still use today! The program's Instructors provide industry knowledge that go beyond what you can read in a textbook. Upon graduation, you are equipped with job-ready skills that can be applied in the real world.
Ana Vasquez, Professional Sales Grad ‘17

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With the right mindset and a certain level of perseverance, BCIT will provide anyone with the experience they need to launch a career. A BCIT education demonstrates that nothing worth having comes easy. Terran Ho, BCIT Professional Sales Grad ‘16

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There is no other institution in Western Canada that can match the employability of BCIT graduates when it comes to professional sales. For more than a decade the sales program at BCIT has been graduating the most talented and job-ready graduates that Sophos Vancouver has had the good fortune to hire. Rich Workman, Director, SOPHOS, Grad '00