The Technology Management (TMGT) program will appeal to technologists, technicians, and technical specialists who work in applied science, technology or trade fields.
The aim of the program is to expand technical professionals' knowledge, management skills and attributes for their roles as supervisors and managers in technical organizations.
The program is designed to:
The program is composed of four main course clusters including 22 credits of management courses, 15 credits of advanced technology sector courses, 12 credits of Liberal Studies and a graduation project worth 15 credits.
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Graduates of the program can be from a variety of industries and assume leadership roles as supervisors and managers at the junior and mid-management levels. Technologists and trades technicians may also strive for self-employment as independent contractors and consultants or sole proprietors of their own business.
Technologists, technicians and technical specialists in this degree program have their careers grounded in fields such as biomedical engineering, information technology, civil, electronics, mechanical, airport operations, aircraft maintenance, avionics and many others.
|2018 Spring Convocation|
Many of TMGT grads were unable to attend either Winter or Spring 2018 convocation ceremonies, we are pleased to see all those who were able to attend and extend congratulations and best wishes to all of this year’s grads. Our 2018 TMGT grads include Edward Sin, Marcell Iseli, Vicente Herrera, Mariya Watt, Ming Wong, Ally Babul, Geoffroi Bourcier, Mason Fan, Kyle Giroux, Takako Ito, Michael MacIntyre, Pooya Torabi, Joraymond Espiritu, Romolo Ferrari, Kingsley Mok, David Straley, Samuel Baruffi, Cecil LeClair, Steve Spiliotopoulos, Harry Bhandal, Colin Chow, Steve Scuor.
Congratulations to everyone!
|Congratulations to TMGT’s Saboor Meherzad for his latest win!|
Saboor has been busy lately, not just working his usual day job and his nocturnal occupation as a TMGT student, but also finding hours in between to run his company, Divine Natural Bar Inc. Divine Natural Bar is a natural food bar that is gluten free, soy free, dairy free and vegan with zero chemicals, preservatives, artificial colours or refined sugars. Saboor’s inspiration came from his desire to find a healthy, nutritious snack for his father.
Earlier this year, Saboor entered Divine Bars in a number of competitions; BCIT’s Lions Lair through Enactus BCIT, BCIT’s Innovation Challenge and New Ventures BC. Divine Bars was awarded first prize at BCIT’s Lions Lair, as well as, first prize in the Entrepreneurship category of BCIT’s Innovation Challenge. Divine Bars made it through to the end of round 2 of the New Ventures BC competition.
Divine Bars are currently sold in seven stores in Burnaby and Vancouver, including our own BCIT’s Stand in the Great Hall. Saboor not only wants his company to provide a healthy snack food product, but wants to aid in the efforts to fight hunger in our community; for every ten bars sold, one will be donated. Saboor and his company are working on a partnership with Vancouver’s Save On Meats to distribute the donated Divine Bars along with the Save On Meats sandwiches given out to those less fortunate.
Congratulations and best of luck to Saboor and Divine Bars Inc!
Upon completion, Technology Management graduates may qualify to Simon Fraser University's Master of Technology (MOT) program at the Beedie School of Business.
This 24-month, part-time program is intended to be manageable for someone who is also working at a demanding full-time job. Beginning in September 2014, classes are two evenings a week (Mondays and Wednesdays) with one or two additional 3-day intensive classes per semester
As an alumnus of the Bachelor of Technology Degree at BCIT you could qualify for a GMAT waiver when applying to the Management of Technology MBA program at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University. In the past, alumni from the Bachelor of Degree program have continued into the MOT MBA program and have been very successful in the program and in their careers afterwards. Alumni from our program who have performed well at BCIT and have significant managerial experience in the technology sectors or hold an approved professional designation will be considered for a GMAT waiver at the time they apply for the MOT MBA program. Significant professional designations include: engineering designations, CFA or CA. To find out if you qualify for a GMAT waiver you can contact email@example.com.
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