Technology is becoming integral to our everyday lives, and the business world is no exception. Laurier Brantford’s new Bachelor of Business Technology Management will prepare students for a growing area in today’s workforce. Graduates will understand how various technologies work, the value that they bring to a particular organization and how they can best be integrated into existing systems. They will also have the ability to seek out and assess new technologies in creating business solutions.
Business Technology Management is becoming such a growing field, the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s Information and Communication Technologies
was founded to address the significant need in the workplace for
employees who have both business and technology knowledge and skills.
One of the coalition’s initiatives is promotion of the Business
Technology Management undergraduate university professional program
where graduates with the requisite knowledge and skills base will
receive a professional accreditation from CCICT. In response, students
will graduate from this program with an undergraduate degree in Business
Technology Management and will, with appropriate work experience,
receive the BTM accreditation.
The Bachelor of Business Technology Management program is available beginning September 2011. For more information about applying to the program, please visit our Prospective Students page here.