Complement your strong technical expertise with the knowledge and skills required to become an effective workplace manager. Learn to communicate and lead effectively, manage large-scale projects and emerging technologies, operate sustainably, function in a global economy, and perform research. Some courses count as prerequisites of the Master of Business Administration.
The Bachelor of Technology degree program is intended to provide individuals possessing strong technical expertise with the background skills required to help them become effective workplace managers. Graduates will understand how to
Communicate clearly in a culturally diverse workplace
Effectively communicate with and lead teams
Manage change in the workplace
Manage large-scale projects
Manage emerging technologies
Operate business in a sustainable fashion
Support occupational health and safety
Effectively function in a global economy
Analyze and perform research
Fees based on (15 credits/5 courses)
A two-year diploma of technology, or recognized trades qualification (or equivalent)
Students are expected to have university-level writing skills upon entry. Writing skills will be assessed during the admission process. Those who do not have university-level writing skills should enrol in an introductory first-year
English Composition or University Writing Course.
120 credits total, at least 45 of which must be at the upper-level, with a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher over all courses required for the credential, as follows
Composition and Interpersonal Communications (6 credits)
Statistics (3 credits)
Organizational Behaviour (3 credits)
Economics (6 credits)
Upper-level requirements (45 credits)
Business Organization, Teamwork, Leadership (12 credits)
Economics with an Environmental and International Focus (6 credits)
Organizational Communications (3 credits)
Occupational Health and Safety (3 credits)
Specialization Electives (9 credits)
Emerging Technologies (3 credits)
Research Methods (3 credits)
Project Management (6 credits)
Students are responsible for consulting with a program advisor to ensure that the courses they select are appropriate for their program of study and educational goals. Students who proceed without approval may find that a course does not meet these requirements and may be subject to transcript assessment fees. Students may be required to take some distance courses through TRU-Open Learning.
Books and supplies
Typically about $150 per course $150.00
Total (CDN) $790.78
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