Bachelor of Technology
Completion of a two-year diploma in technology, a recognized trades qualification or an equivalent.
Students with a recognized four-year trades qualification or technology diploma can gain up to 57 credits for the trade or diploma. The total number of credits that you can transfer to this program beyond the trade/tech credits will be assessed for applicability to the program requirements after your admission.
Students are expected to have university-level writing skills upon entry into this program. Those who do not have university-level writing skills should enroll in an introductory first-year English composition course.
A minimum of 15 TRU credits (online or on campus)
An additional 63 credits, including 45 upper-level credits, with a grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 or higher over all courses required to complete this credential, as follows:
Core Knowledge / Lower Level Requirements (18 credits)
- Six credits in composition (ENGL 1101 or CMNS 1291) AND interpersonal communications (CMNS 2171)
- Three credits in statistics (STAT 1201) or equivalent
- Three credits in organizational behaviour (ORGB 2811) or equivalent
- Six credits in micro- and macro- economics (ECON 1901 and ECON 1951 or equivalent)
Upper Level Requirements (45 credits)
- Twelve credits in business organization, teamwork and leadership (business administration)
- Six credits in economics (environmental and international focus) IBUS 3511 and MNGT 4471 suggested
- Three credits in organizational communications (CMNS 4531) or equivalent
- Three credits in occupational health and safety (OCHS 3511) or equivalent
- Nine credits in specialized electives
- Three credits in emerging technologies
- Three credits in research methods (RSMT 3501 or equivalent)
- Six credits in project management (MNGT 4751 or equivalent)