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PART-TIME STUDIES

It’s your career. Get it right.

SPRING/SUMMER 2013 April–August

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BCIT INTERNATIONAL Connecting international students with educational laddering opportunities to support a lifetime of career success. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENTRY PROGRAM (ISEP) > Enables students to meet BCIT’s English entrance requirements > Offers direct entry into BCIT certificate, diploma and degree programs > Satisfies visa requirements by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM > Designed for international students with a foreign diploma looking to top-up to a degree at BCIT > Provides English training and guidance on subject preparatory courses. SPECIALTY COURSES–THE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE AT BCIT > Designed for Canadians interested in the Chinese language and culture > Offering Master’s degree courses in teaching the Chinese language outside of China. See page 9 for more information.

bcit.ca/international It’s your career. Get it right.


Take just one course or work towards a certificate, diploma, or degree. Whether your goal is to advance your career or launch it, BCIT’s part-time programs can get you there. Browse our Spring/Summer 2013 Part-time Studies catalogue to find the degree you’ve always wanted to start, that career you’ve thought about exploring, or the extra training you’ve been meaning to get.

Ways to Register

Plan Ahead

New and returning students can register using any of the following methods:

Online

In Person

Visit bcit.ca/pts

Visit a BCIT campus during our regular office hours: bcit.ca/admission/contacts

Fax Download the registration form available at bcit.ca/pts and fax it to 604.430.1331

By Phone

Mail

For additional information about Part-time Studies, refer to page 4.

Download the registration form available at bcit.ca/pts and mail it to: Student Information and Enrolment Services British Columbia Institute of Technology 3700 Willingdon Avenue Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2

Ideal for those who have other commitments, our classes give you the choice to study when you want—by day, in the evening, or on the weekend. Courses are offered at our five campuses: Burnaby, Downtown, Marine, Great Northern Way, and Aerospace.

604.456.1122 or 1.866.656.1241

KEY DATES

SPRING/ SUMMER 2013

FALL 2013

WINTER 2014

Web preview of courses available

February 15

May 24

November 1

Registration opens:   online

February 17

May 26

November 3

Registration opens:   in person, by phone, mail, or fax

February 18

May 27

November 4

Materials available at the bookstore*

February 17

July 22

December 2

Term start-up

April 8

September 9

January 9

* Approximate date only.

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How Part-time Studies Works at BCIT Register for a Course

Course Cancellations and Changes

To take most courses or start many of the programs offered through Part-time Studies, you can simply pick the courses you want to take, register, and then pay your fees. However, some courses may require departmental approval before you can register. Check the program’s web page for complete details.

The content of the Spring/Summer 2013 Part-time Studies catalogue is current at the time of publishing. However, as program and course information is subject to change, BCIT reserves the right to cancel or postpone any Part-time Studies offerings without notice.

Apply to a Program and Earn a Credential

Fees, Refunds, and Withdrawals

You can take courses as part of a program that leads to a credential, such as a certificate, diploma, or degree. Simply apply for program approval by completing and submitting a Part-time Program Declaration form. Go to bcit.ca/pts and click on Downloads. Note: It is a good idea to complete two or three courses before submitting your request for program approval. For a list of all BCIT credentials, visit: bcit.ca/study/credentials

Prerequisites All students are responsible for ensuring they have the necessary prerequisites before undertaking any course. Many part-time programs require English at the BC Grade 12 level. Furthermore, to be successful in BCIT’s applied learning environment, applicants must demonstrate a suitable level of English in all four language skills: reading, writing, speaking, and listening. In order to be admitted to a program, you will be required to provide proof that you meet the specified English-language proficiency requirement. Please check the program web page for specific requirements. BCIT has several upgrading courses for students who wish to improve their English-language skills (page 9).

Course fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. The preferred methods of payment are: credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express); cash or debit card (in person only); cheque or money order; or letter of authorization from employer (to be invoiced by BCIT). Refund information, including the deadline, will be provided when you register for a course. Special fees for some courses are non-refundable, and different refund requirements may apply. Submit withdrawal requests to Student Information and Enrolment Services at either Burnaby Campus or Downtown Campus before the refund deadline. Once the refund deadline has passed, you will need to complete a Request to Withdraw from a Part-time Studies Course form. bcit.ca/admission/fees/parttime

Our Services Part-time students have access to the same services and amenities as our full-time students including: Aboriginal Services, Bookstore, Counselling, Disability Resource Centre, Harassment and Discrimination, International Credential Evaluation Service, International Student Centre, IT Services, Library, myBCIT, Parking, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition, Program Advising, Recreation Services, Safety and Security, Student Employment Services, Student Financial Aid and Awards, Student Health Services, and Student Records. bcit.ca/pts/services

BCIT ID Card The BCIT ID card allows you to access many of the services and resources at BCIT. If you are a current registered student and have paid your fees for a course or a program, you are eligible for a card. Order yours online or in person. bcit.ca/card/getone

Financial Assistance Need assistance funding your studies? Find out if you qualify for a Part-time Studies grant. If you are planning to apply for finacial aid, you must first complete and submit a Part-time Program Declaration form (go to bcit.ca/pts and click on Downloads). bcit.ca/finaid/parttime

myBCIT Part-time students are provided with a myBCIT account. Use this online portal to access student selfservices including: registration information, course schedules, receipts, my.bcit.ca email, marks, final grades, and tax receipts.

Program Advising Part-time Studies program advisors can help you become a successful student at BCIT. They can provide valuable information on part-time programs or courses and assist you with: >> Program planning/course selection >> Declaring a program >> Making changes to an approved program >> Applying for transfer credit. Book an appointment by calling 604.434.1610.

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Attend an Info Session Discover how you can advance your career with BCIT Part-time Studies. Join us for an upcoming info session.* Info sessions take place at any of our five campuses: Burnaby, Downtown, Marine, Great Northern Way, and Aerospace. Visit our website for info session locations. Learn About a Specific Program If you already know what you want to study, register to attend one of our upcoming program-specific info sessions.

Applied and Natural Sciences Forensics >> June 10, 5:30–7:00 pm

Business and Media Accounting, Finance, and Insurance >> April 15, 6:00–8:00 pm

Broadcast Journalism >> April 8, 5:30–7:00 pm

Business Administration >> April 12, 5:30–6:30 pm >> April 16, 6:00–7:00 pm

Business Management >> April 16, 6:00–7:00 pm

Digital Arts >> April 22, 5:30–6:30 pm

Trades, Vocational, and Apprenticeship Automotive Service Technician, Automotive Collision Repair Technician, Automotive Refinishing Technician, Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technician >> May 1, 6:00–8:00 pm >> June 5, 6:00–8:00 pm

Your Career Starts Here Take the first step towards the career you’ve always wanted. Our many part-time introductory courses—offered in the following sectors—can get you started: >> Applied and Natural Sciences >> Business and Media >> Computing >> Engineering and Technical Studies >> Health Sciences >> Trades Find out more:

For specific locations, or to register, visit: bcit.ca/infosessions

bcit.ca/pts/starthere

* Info session details may change without notice. Please check bcit.ca/infosessions for the most current information.

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Contents Academic Studies, Transfer, and Upgrading Biology_____________________________________ Career Exploration____________________________ Communication______________________________ Liberal Studies_______________________________ Mathematics________________________________

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Physics_____________________________________ Study Skills__________________________________ Technology Entry Upgrading_____________________ Trades Entry Upgrading________________________

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International Business Management Studies___________________ 9 Confucius Institute____________________________ 9

International Student Entry Program (ISEP)__________ 9 Professional English Language Development (PELD) ___ 9

Applied and Natural Sciences Assayer Certification Training___________________ Biotechnology_______________________________ Centre for Energy Systems Applications____________ Chemical and Environmental Technology__________ Food Technology_____________________________ Forensic Science and Technology________________ Geographic Information Systems (GIS)____________

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Geomatics Engineering Technology_______________ Green Roof Technology________________________ Mining and Mineral Exploration Technology_________ Parks_____________________________________ Renewable Resource Technology________________ Sustainable Energy Management________________ Sustainable Urban Development (SUD)____________

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International Trade Training____________________ Marketing, Fundraising, and Social Media__________ Operations Management ______________________ Project Management_________________________ Technical Writing____________________________ Technology Management ______________________ Venture Development_________________________

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IT Professional Skills__________________________ Networking and Security Design_________________ Software Development________________________ Web Technologies–Advanced___________________

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Interior Design______________________________ Maintenance Management_____________________ Manufacturing______________________________ Mechanical_________________________________ Mechanical Systems__________________________ Nondestructive Testing________________________ Oil and Gas Processing________________________ Power Engineering___________________________

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Medical Office Assistant_______________________ Nuclear Medicine____________________________ Occupational Health and Safety_________________ Specialty Nursing____________________________

Business and Media Accounting, Finance, and Insurance _____________ Airport Operations___________________________ Broadcast and Media_________________________ Business Administration and Human Resource Management________________ Digital Arts, Graphic Design, and Website Development_______________________

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Computing and Information Technology Applied Computer Applications__________________ Computer Networking for Technicians_____________ Computer Systems Technology__________________ Database and Information Systems_______________

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Engineering and Technical Studies Architectural and Building Engineering Technology___ CAD Training Centre__________________________ Civil Engineering And Civil Technology_____________ Construction Management_____________________ Electronics_________________________________ Engineering Technologies______________________ Environmental Engineering Technology____________ Fire Protection______________________________ Fluid Power_________________________________

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Health Sciences Basic Health Sciences________________________ Cardiac Science Technologies___________________ Dental Office Receptionist______________________ Health Care Management______________________ Medical Imaging_____________________________ Medical Laboratory Science for Internationally Trained Professionals__________

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Trades and Apprenticeship Access Programs____________________________ Automotive Collision Repair/Refinishing___________ Automotive Service Operations__________________ Automotive Service Technician__________________ Carpentry__________________________________ Commercial Transport Mechanic________________ Drafting___________________________________ Electrical Trades_____________________________ Forklift Operator_____________________________ Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration___________________________

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Heavy Duty Mechanic_________________________ Inboard/Outboard Mechanic____________________ Machinist__________________________________ Marine____________________________________ Millwright__________________________________ Motorcycle Mechanic_________________________ Piping_____________________________________ Power Equipment Mechanic____________________ Safety_____________________________________ Welding___________________________________

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This publication is produced three times annually by BCIT Marketing and Communications. For advertising information: 604.469.6049. For distribution information: 604.451.6900. The content of this Part-time Studies flyer is current at the time of publishing. BCIT reserves the right to update information without notice. The most current information is available at bcit.ca/study To unsubscribe from the BCIT mailing list, please email learner_services@bcit.ca with your BCIT student number and a hold will be placed on your account. For more information on FOIPOP (Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy), please visit bcit.ca/foipop MARCH 2013, MCD 1399


ACADEMIC STUDIES, TRANSFER, and UPGRADING Do you want to explore a different career or pursue a degree? Are you looking to upgrade your skills in a core academic subject? Do you need to enhance your communication skills? We offer many courses—in areas including mathematics, sciences, communication, liberal studies, and career exploration—that can help you reach your goals.

BIOLOGY

COMMUNICATION

Interested in pursuing a career in health sciences? Need to refresh or expand your knowledge of human anatomy and physiology? Most BCIT School of Health Sciences programs accept Human Biology (BHSC 0100) as satisfying their Biology 12 requirement.

Get the writing and speaking skills you need to succeed in today’s workplace. We offer a wide range of courses, covering everything from writing letters and formal reports to delivering technical briefings and sales presentations. If you have further questions, email cecomm@bcit.ca

Course offered this term:

Courses offered this term:

>> Liberal Studies

BHSC 0100 Human Biology

COMM 1103 Introduction to Business and Technical Communication

>> Mathematics

CAREER EXPLORATION

COMM 1106 Introduction to Business and Technical Communication*

>> Study Skills

bcit.ca/bhsc0100 604.432.8831

bcit.ca/counselling/careerexploration 604.432.8608 Undecided about your career? Looking for one that’s a better fit for you? Identify your interests, values, and personal styles in order to make better-informed career and lifestyle decisions with one of these weekend or evening courses.

bcit.ca/cas/communication 604.412.7506

COMM 1120 Communication 1 for Interior Design

AREAS OF STUDY >> Biology >> Career Exploration >> Communication

>> Physics >> Technology Entry Upgrading

COMM 2002 Business and Technical Correspondence* COMM 2003 Business and Technical Reports* COMM 2202 Business and Technical Correspondence

Courses offered this term:

COMM 2203 Business and Technical Reports

CEPD 0101 Career Testing

COMM 2320 Communication 2 for Interior Design

CEPD 0102 Career Search Workshop

COMM 7100 Introduction to Intercultural Communication Competency in International Business * With language-development component.

ACADEMIC STUDIES, TRANSFER, and UPGRADING

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INDUSTRY SERVICES bcit.ca/cas/industry/training 604.451.7065 The Communication Department frequently adapts communication training to suit industry needs. We can provide one- to five-day workshops, or weekly classes at your location, on a variety of professional communication topics. Please visit our web page for a full list of our workshops.

CONSULTING SERVICES AND INDUSTRY PROJECTS bcit.ca/cas/communication 604.451.7065 Looking for communication expertise? Our experts can take anything from manuals to business plans from concept to completion. In addition, our Technical Writing Certificate students and grads are available with up-todate training for industry projects.

LIBERAL STUDIES

bcit.ca/cas/liberalstudies 604.456.1179 Liberal Studies courses fulfill breadth requirements for students enrolled in BCIT’s many bachelor’s degree programs. These courses explore approaches to enduring human concerns, and enhance competence in critical reasoning and decision making.

Courses offered this term:

MATHEMATICS

PHYSICS

Do you need to upgrade your math skills? Our math courses are specifically designed to provide practical skills to apply to your technical studies or to your job.

At BCIT, most programs in engineering and health technologies have an entry requirement of Physics 11. You will meet this requirement with our Pre-Entry Physics 1 (PHYS 0309) course.

bcit.ca/cas/math 604.432.8861

Many programs in engineering technologies have an entry requirement of Math 12. Technical Mathematics (MATH 0001) will meet the Math 12 requirement for BCIT programs and is offered in January, April, May, June, and September every year. Please note that MATH 0001 is intended for people entering a BCIT program only.

Courses offered this term: MATH 0001 Technical Mathematics MATH 0002 Technical Mathematics Review* MATH 0004 Refresher Mathematics MATH 1041 Trigonometry* MATH 1042 Logarithms* MATH 1043 Analytic Geometry* MATH 1044 Trigonometry for Renewable Resources* MATH 1401 Technical Math for Architectural and Building Engineering

bcit.ca/cas/physics 604.432.8292

Courses offered this term: PHYS 0304 Refresher Physics PHYS 0309 Pre-Entry Physics 1 PHYS 1301 General Physics 1 PHYS 2148 Applied Physics for Building 2 PHYS 2301 General Physics 2

PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT (PELD) See the International section, page 9.

STUDY SKILLS

bcit.ca/skil0303 604.412.7487 Get a fresh start for school and develop skills for student success.

Course offered this term:

ENGL 1177 Academic Writing

MATH 2011 Elementary Calculus

LIBS 7001

Critical Reading and Writing

MATH 2041 Calculus 1A*

LIBS 7002

Applied Ethics

MATH 2042 Calculus 1B*

TECHNICAL WRITING

LIBS 7005

Technology, Invention, and Power in Literature

MATH 2043 Calculus 1C*

See the Business and Media section, page 24.

LIBS 7006

Philosophy of Science: Understanding Scientific Reasoning

MATH 2044 Calculus 1Ca*

LIBS 7007

Technology and Society

* Distance education course.

LIBS 7008

Logic and Practical Reasoning

LIBS 7021

Selected Topics: Health Ethics (full-time Nursing students only)

LIBS 7023

Selected Topics: Religious Studies and Modern Fiction

LIBS 7024

Selected Topics: On Being Aboriginal in Canada

LIBS 7025

Selected Topics: Graphic Novels Ideologies and Archetypes

LIBS 7026

Selected Topics: Evolution, Emotions, and Ethics

LIBS 7027

Selected Topics: Vancouver Literature

MATH 3490 Numerical Methods Mechanical*

PROGRAM ADVISORS CAN HELP Do you need help with selecting courses? Not sure how to declare a program? Want to apply to transfer credit? Our Part-time Studies program advisors can help.

SKIL 0303

Student Success Skills

TECHNOLOGY ENTRY (TE) UPGRADING PROGRAM bcit.ca/cas/techentry

If you want solid academic preparation before entering a BCIT technology program, this 15-week, full-time, dayschool program is for you. Improve your skills in core areas such as communication, mathematics, chemistry, and physics in order to meet program prerequisites. TE can also provide BC educational equivalents to supplement credentials earned in other school systems. TE is a great opportunity for you to strengthen your skills and explore BCIT program options at the same time. Intakes are in January and September of each year. TE offers Grade 11- and 12-level chemistry and physics courses to meet technology program entrance requirements. Grade 12-level science courses are available during the January to April term only.

TRADES ENTRY UPGRADING

bcit.ca/transportation/access 604.451.7159 See “Access Programs” within the Trades, Vocational, and Apprenticeship section, page 43.

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES (BMS)

bcit.ca/7970acert 604.432.8816 The BMS program provides a flexible pathway for permanent residents and international students to enter a full-time diploma program in the School of Business. The Business Management Studies program has four preentry English levels. Class sizes are kept small to ensure there is more attention to your individual needs. This program combines a number of foundational business courses with the necessary English upgrading to meet BCIT’s language requirements for advanced placement into diploma programs. You will learn practical workplace and study skills such as how to work in teams, think critically, and do presentations while completing sufficient credit courses to finish level 1 of a business diploma program, or level 1 and 2 if you already have a non-BCIT degree or diploma.

CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE

confucius.bcit.ca 604.412.7732 The Confucius Institute offers courses and customized industry training programs, for the Canadian community, that teach Chinese culture and language skills to enhance your knowledge of China. CINT 1210 teaches students (who have no Chinese background and who have never studied Mandarin before) four basic language skills in Mandarin Chinese: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, and provides basic knowledge in Chinese culture. CINT 2001 equips Chinese educators with the skills to teach Chinese as a Second Language in Canada. CINT 2222 provides students with essential knowledge of Chinese history and culture, and some Chinese-language skills.

Courses offered this term: CINT 1210

Basic Mandarin and Chinese Culture

CINT 2001

Teaching Methodology for Teaching Chinese as a Second Language

CINT 2222

Chinese Studies

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ENTRY PROGRAM (ISEP)

bcit.ca/international/isep 604.412.7707 ISEP is an intensive English-language program designed for students who are unable to meet their program’s English-language entrance requirements. For 25 hours per week, ISEP develops your overall English language and academic skills. It is also a direct pathway to BCIT certificate, diploma, and degree programs. Students who complete ISEP level 400, 500 or 600 are eligible to transfer into a BCIT program.

ISEP provides training in reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills at all levels of English proficiency. In each of the six levels, the program focuses on improving ESL students’ language by integrating English skills with business and technical contexts. The program supports academic success by helping with cultural adjustment, studying specific topics, and developing critical skills. International students will learn how to succeed in BCIT programs by receiving more English development than with TOEFL or IELTS alone. ISEP also develops confidence in English-language skills while teaching learners how to succeed in North American post-secondary programs.

PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT (PELD) (ENGLISH UPGRADING COURSES)

bcit.ca/cas/communication/peld/courses 604.456.8089 PELD courses are designed to help you upgrade your English or improve your English at work. PELD is ideal for landed immigrants who are unable to meet BCIT’s English entrance requirements or international students who have completed their high school education in an English-speaking country but require English-language upgrading with a focus on writing. Please write the English Competency Assessment (COMM 0015) to evaluate your ability to study in one of the PELD courses (level 1 to 4). If you wish to enrol in one of our Speaking and Listening courses, please take the English Speaking and Listening Assessment (COMM 0033). Students who wish to enter the PELD program and improve their listening and speaking skills, are required to take both tests. For more information about our program and courses, please visit our web page or contact peld@bcit.ca.

INTERNATIONAL Improve your English or gain practical skills and knowledge to get the most out of business opportunities in China. We offer courses that can help ESL, business, or foreign students upgrade their English and enter further into BCIT programs, as well as training that can enhance your knowledge of Chinese culture and language. AREAS OF STUDY >> Business Management Studies (BMS) >> Confucius Institute >> International Student Entry Program (ISEP) >> Professional English Language Development (PELD)

Courses offered this term: COMM 0071 Technical Communication Skills for ESL Students 1 COMM 0003 Technical Communication Skills for ESL Students 2 COMM 0004 Technical Communication Skills for ESL Students 3 COMM 0005 Technical Communication Skills for ESL Students 4 COMM 0008 Technical English and Learning Skills 4 COMM 0029 Speaking and Listening Skills 1 for ESL Speakers COMM 0030 Speaking and Listening Skills 2 for ESL Speakers

EARN A CREDENTIAL AS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT Work towards a certificate, diploma, or degree through part-time courses.

bcit.ca/international INTERNATIONAL

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APPLIED and NATURAL SCIENCES Our programs in applied and natural sciences represent some of the fastest-growing areas in the economy. We can help equip you not only to meet the challenges facing our generation, but also to lead and innovate solutions that will transform the world around us. AREAS OF STUDY >> Assayer Certification Training >> Biotechnology >> Centre for Energy Systems Applications >> Chemical and Environmental Technology >> Customized Industry Training >> Food Technology >> Forensic Science and Technology >> Geographic Information Systems >> Geomatics Engineering Technology >> Green Roof Technology >> Mining and Mineral Exploration Technology >> Parks >> Renewable Resource Technology >> Sustainable Energy Management >> Sustainable Urban Development

CUSTOMIZED INDUSTRY TRAINING

bcit.ca/construction/industry 604.412.7492 Are you looking for flexible, cost-effective training solutions to meet the needs of your organization? The School of Construction and the Environment will customize a training program for your organization based on any of our current programs of study. Training programs range in duration from a half-day to six months and are offered in both full-time and part-time formats. Work with us to build your human resource capacity, prepare for growth or change, comply with policy developments, and eliminate travel expenses often associated with professional development. Contact us to discuss training opportunities in areas such as:

> >Aboriginal Training > >Geomatics and GIS > >Green Roof Technology > >Mining and Mineral Exploration > >Renewable Resources: Chainsaw, ATV, Animal Awareness

> >Sustainable Energy Management.

Distance education courses offered this term: CHSC 5631 Assayer Training Introduction CHSC 5632 Mineral ID and Fire Assaying CHSC 5633 Wet Assay/Qualitative Analysis CHSC 5634 Analytical Instrumentation

BIOTECHNOLOGY BIOTECHNOLOGY–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/biot5800 biotech@bcit.ca Are you a recent graduate of a Bachelor of Science in a molecular-based life science and looking to gain handson experience working in a lab environment? This postdegree certificate provides up-to-date practical training needed to launch a career in the field of biotechnology. This intensive program consists of both laboratory work (75%) and lectures (25%), and is delivered five days per week over a 13-week period (May to August). BCIT is the first post-secondary institute in the province to offer a condensed timeframe credential in biotechnology. This program runs every second year.

ASSAYER CERTIFICATION TRAINING

www.assay.bcit.ca 604.432.8393 If you want to work in the mining industry as an assayer or chemical analyst, or if you are looking for upgrading, this is the training you need. With this advanced practical training in applied analytical chemistry, you will be eligible to write the exam for provincial certification given by the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines. You can opt to take only part of the training program either for job upgrading or as a refresher.

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FOOD 1301 Food Safety for the Plant Worker

CENTRE FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS

commons.bcit.ca/energy 604.431.4969 Renewable and alternative energy technologies have been emerging worldwide as viable alternatives to conventional fossil fuel-derived energy. Stay current on topics related to renewable (photovoltaics, micro-hydro, biomass, etc.), alternative, and emerging energy systems as they relate to waste management, climate change, and overall global energy sustainability.

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Courses offered this term:

FOOD 2040 Introduction to Sensory Evaluation Methods S

FSCT 0000 Practicum Placement Course

FOOD 2151 Dairy Processing Workshop

FSCT 0038 Essentials of Internet Search for Investigators

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FSCT 0021 CSI Student Academy

FOOD 2160 HACCP: Supplier Quality Assurance F

FSCT 0086 Focus on Elder Mistreatment

FOOD 2161 HACCP: Environmental Monitoring S

FSCT 5103 IT Concepts for Forensic 1

FOOD 2162 HACCP: Standard Operating Procedures W

FSCT 5104 IT Concepts for Forensic 2

FOOD 2163 HACCP: Internal Auditing F

FSCT 5105 Introduction to Crime Mapping Using ArcGIS

Courses offered this term:

FOOD SAFETY–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

FSCT 5106 Introduction to Criminology

CESA 0158 Introduction to Photovoltaics 1

bcit.ca/6340acert 604.432.8561

FSCT 7005 Introducing Forensic Evidence at Trial

Do you work in the food industry but have no formal food science background? Are you a foreign-trained food technologist who wishes to obtain Canadian certification? This program is for anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of food safety issues in food processing.

FSCT 7110 Case Management for Major Crime Investigation

FORENSIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

FSCT 7820 Forensic Health Sciences in Violence and Trauma

CESA 0159 Introduction to Photovoltaics 2

CHEMICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY

bcit.ca/chemenviro 604.432.8237 Courses in laboratory quality, analytical methods, and materials science will provide opportunities for career advancement and professional development. The Laboratory Quality Assurance course covers the following topics: basic descriptive statistics, control charts, quality terminology, documentation, accreditation, and registration for ISO 17025. The Laboratory Quality System course includes the following topics: quality system requirements for ISO 17025 registration and laboratory accreditation, quality policy and objectives, organizational responsibilities, the quality manual, lab quality control, and quality audit.

Courses offered this term: CHSC 7826 Laboratory Quality Assurance

This program has five options of specialization:

CHSC 7831 Analytical Plasma Spectrochemistry (ICP-OES/ICP-MS)

FOOD TECHNOLOGY 604.432.8723

For upgrading or training in quality assurance, we offer a wide range of industry courses and the Food Safety Associate Certificate based on food product safety and quality. Courses can also be customized based on training needs.

Courses offered this year: FALL ’13–F

FOOD 1021 Introduction to Food Microbiology

Forensic Science and Technology offers programs that provide structured, applied education in areas including forensic science, criminal investigation, crime and intelligence analysis, computer crime, forensic nursing, and video analysis. These programs are designed for maximum flexibility to meet future career paths and current professional development needs. With departmental approval, qualified candidates may take individual courses, obtain an Advanced Specialty Certificate or get a Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Investigation if all admission requirements are met.

FORENSIC INVESTIGATION –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE

CHSC 7827 The Laboratory Quality Systems

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

bcit.ca/cas/forensics 604.412.7436

WINTER ’14–W

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FOOD 1022 Introduction to Food Microbiology: Lab 1 S FOOD 1091 Introduction to Food Technology

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FOOD 1151 Dairy Processing

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FOOD 1164 Food Product Recalls

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FOOD 1179 HACCP: Prerequisite Programs

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> >Computer Crime > >Crime and Intelligence Analysis > >Forensic Health Sciences > >Forensic Science > >General Criminalistics.

FSCT 7120 Project Management for Investigations FSCT 7130 Business Continuity Planning Management for IT FSCT 7210 Introduction to Commercial Crimes in Canada FSCT 7910 Research Methodology FSCT 8140 Forensic Entomology FSCT 8160 Forensic Biology: Advanced Molecular Techniques FSCT 8301 Forensic Art FSCT 8310 Questioned Document Examination FSCT 8351 CCTV and Forensic Examination FSCT 8434 Crime Mapping FSCT 8436 Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis FSCT 8482 National Security Analysis FSCT 8486 Strategic Analysis FSCT 8530 Law for Computer and IT Professionals FSCT 8570 Computer Forensics FSCT 8580 Encryption FSCT 8590 Network Exploits and Vulnerabilities

FORENSIC INVESTIGATION –BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY This program has three options of specialization:

> >Computer Crime > >Crime and Intelligence Analysis > >Forensic Science. Many of the courses offered are requirements for both the Advanced Specialty Certificate and the Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Investigation. Some of the courses can be taken as professional development. For more information, please contact us.

EARN A CREDENTIAL IN APPLIED AND NATURAL SCIENCES Work towards your certificate, diploma, or degree on a part-time basis. View our programs: bcit.ca/pts

FOOD 1189 HACCP: Developing a HACCP Plan F W APPLIED and NATURAL SCIENCES

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GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)

GIS–DISTANCE EDUCATION

bcit.ca/gis 604.451.7001

bcit.ca/gis

Take any of our part-time courses to help advance your career or complete a part-time BCIT GIS Advanced Diploma or Bachelor of Technology for job-ready skills. Check the GIS web page to read more about our programs and to see the annual calendar of part-time courses.

Take our GIS part-time courses and work towards the Advanced Diploma or Bachelor of Technology in GIS. All courses are available online. Check our web page for more information about our programs and how to apply.

Students should already be familiar with the basic concepts and terminology of computer systems, use of personal computers, and Windows-based graphical user interfaces.

GIST 7010

GIS Programming 1

GIST 7100

Fundamentals of GIS

The Green Roof series of courses is aimed at planners, landscape and building design professionals, and those in the horticulture and building industries. The interdisciplinary courses integrate theoretical knowledge with practical material. Green Roofs –Details, Installation, and Maintenance (GROW 1000) may be eligible as an elective in other Part-time Studies programs (e.g., Architectural and Building Engineering Technology).

GIST 7109

Mapping using MicroStation

Courses offered this term:

GIST 7128

ArcGIS 1: Introduction

bcit.ca/9100padvdip

GIST 8106

Spatial Analysis

GROW 0001 Green Roofs–Concepts, Systems, and Incentives

Students do not need to apply for entry to this program in order to take GIS part-time courses, however, students should apply for acceptance into the Part-time Studies program after taking two courses and deciding to complete the advanced diploma through Part-time Studies. All BCIT GIS part-time courses assume students are familiar with the basic concepts and terminology of computer systems, use of personal computer, and windows-based graphical user interfaces. Anyone may take these courses as long as individual course prerequisites are met.

GIST 8110

Management Issues In GIS

GIST 8117

Cartography and GeoVisualization

GIS–ADVANCED DIPLOMA

Courses offered this term: GIST 7100

Fundamentals of GIS

GIST 7128

ArcGIS 1: Introduction

GIS–BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/8310btech

GREEN ROOF TECHNOLOGY

www.greenroof.bcit.ca 604.412.7411

Courses offered this term:

GROW 1000 Green Roofs–Details, Installation, and Maintenance

GEOMATICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

MINING AND MINERAL EXPLORATION TECHNOLOGY

These courses provide credits toward certification as Applied Science Technicians with ASTTBC. The Geomatics Engineering Department also offers seminars on select topics.

Mining is a dynamic, high-tech, high-paying industry that provides diverse career opportunities at mine sites, in exploration camps, and in labs and offices locally and around the world.

Courses offered this term:

Distance education courses offered this term:

SURV 2009 Pre-Entry COGO and CAD

MINE 1003 Introduction to Prospecting 1

SURV 2010 Pre-Entry Field Surveying

MINE 1100 Introduction to the Minerals Industry

bcit.ca/geomatics 604.451.7001

SURV 2011 Pre-Entry Computations SURV 5108 Fundamentals of Surveying

GIS is a multidisciplinary field that has applications in a wide variety of professions and industries. The GIS Department welcomes applicants from most academic areas. This program offers the equivalent of two years of upper-level coursework and is a degree-completion program.

bcit.ca/mining 604.412.7564

Course offered this term: MINE 1003 Introduction to Prospecting 1

PARKS

bcit.ca/construction/study/options/distance 604.451.7001 This area of study can be divided into two main subject areas, with each developed specifically for the professionals in their prospective fields. All courses are offered through print-based distance education in which practical, field-based assignments integrate theory and current industry practices.

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SAFETY AND SECURITY bcit.ca/construction/study/options/distance 604.451.7001 These courses provide professional development training for those individuals responsible for parks safety and security. Note: Satisfactory completion of Law and Its Administration Part 1 (PRKS 3110) and Part 2 (PRKS 3120) is required for all persons appointed by BC Parks as park rangers under the Park Act and Park and Recreation Area Regulation. Registration for these two courses is open throughout the year. Additional costs may be required for course material.

ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION –BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/ecorestoration 604.432.8539 This program is aimed at the growing market for skilled practitioners in the field of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem restoration. Applications include parks, urban greenbelts and brownfields, degraded agriculture and forest lands, reclaimed industrial and mine developments, degraded waters, and lands or waters damaged from natural catastrophes such as storms or fires.

Distance education courses offered this term:

The following courses are prerequisites (bridging courses) for the Ecological Restoration Bachelor of Technology program.

PRKS 3110 Law and Its Administration Part 1

Distance education courses offered this term:

PRKS 3120 Law and Its Administration Part 2

RENR 2410 Fish Ecology and Management

PRKS 3130 Crime Prevention through Environmental Design

RENR 2420 Wildlife Ecology and Management

PRKS 3140 Effective Evidence Reporting

FACILITY MANAGEMENT bcit.ca/construction/study/options/distance 604.451.7001 These courses provide professional development training for those individuals responsible for the ongoing maintenance of park operations.

Distance education course offered this term: PRKS 3600 Park Maintenance Management

RENEWABLE RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY FOREST ECOSYSTEMS AND FISH, WILDLIFE, AND RECREATION bcit.ca/construction/industry/training 604.451.7001 These courses are for personal and career enhancement and worker safety. Find the courses that are right for you or your employees. We offer many courses on demand for a variety of industry and government clients. Contact us for customized offerings.

Courses offered this term: RENR 1144 ATV Rider Course RENR 1145 Chainsaw Safety and Use

APPLIED and NATURAL SCIENCES

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MANAGEMENT

bcit.ca/semac 604.432.8857 BCIT, in partnership with BC Hydro, offers a series of part-time courses in sustainable energy management. These courses are designed to support employment opportunities in this emerging field, with a focus on the energy demands of commercial and institutional buildings. Courses will meet BC Hydro’s minimum education requirements to be an energy manager or energy specialist, a position partially funded by BC Hydro or FortisBC. Qualified energy managers or energy specialists are in demand. Build on your current education and work experience.

Courses offered this term: CESA 5200 Strategic Management CESA 5900 Project Development

SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT (SUD) 604.453.4036

Sustainable Urban Development is designed for the broad range of existing and emerging urban professionals, business leaders, and entrepreneurs who are interested in integrated approaches in the production and management of knowledge in sustainability innovation and urban development. SUD actively works with a wide range of local and international communities and organizations transitioning towards sustainability. Courses help students build their career or business focus in sustainability through urban and organizational transformation.

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BUSINESS and MEDIA Our offerings can help you reach your goals in business, from financial management and operations management to marketing and media. Each course is taught by industryexperienced instructors, so you get real-world, relevant skills that you can use right away. For nearly 50 years, BCIT has been the premier provider of the applied business education that industry respects. AREAS OF STUDY >> Accounting, Finance, and Insurance >> Airport Operations >> Broadcast and Media >> Business Administration and Human Resource Management >> Customized Corporate and Industry Training >> Digital Arts, Graphic Design, and Website Development >> International Trade Training >> Marketing , Fundraising, and Social Media >> Operations Management and Project Management >> Technical Writing >> Technology Management >> Venture Development

CUSTOMIZED CORPORATE AND INDUSTRY TRAINING

bcit.ca/business/industry 604.412.7650 The School of Business can provide your business with customized training in the classroom or on-site at your workplace. We have the solutions to custom-design curriculum according to your specific situation or modify existing corporate training programs to address changing needs. Bring out the best in your people, promote productivity and performance, increase retention, and increase profitability. Contact Veronica Madore, manager, Corporate Training, School of Business, 604.412.7650 or Veronica_Madore@bcit.ca

> >Broadcast and Media > >Business Administration > >Customer Service (including Call Centre) > >Digital Arts > >Financial Management > >Human Resources > >Leadership Development > >Marketing and Sales Management > >Operations Management > >Venture Development

ACCOUNTING, FINANCE, AND INSURANCE

bcit.ca/business/pts/accounting 604.432.8609 Is the business world calling to you? Do you want to develop skills that will give you a powerful toolbox for working in a wide variety of business environments?

Additionally, the majority of Financial Management courses are transferable to professional accounting bodies. We also offer programs leading directly to professional credentials, such as the Associate Certificate in Financial Planning and the Canadian Securities Course (CSC)™ Exam Preparation course.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING bcit.ca/585fmcert A Management Certificate is the first credential you will earn towards a diploma or degree on a part-time basis. This certificate is designed to provide you with deep, relevant knowledge and skills that have immediate application in the field of accounting.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN FINANCE bcit.ca/585cmcert A Management Certificate is the first credential you will earn towards a diploma or degree on a part-time basis. This certificate is designed to provide you with deep, relevant knowledge and skills that have immediate application in the field of finance.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT–SENIOR CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/business/financialpts/programs/sc This certificate is the second step on the path to earning a Diploma of Technology on a part-time basis. It provides the holder of a Management Certificate in Financial Management with a broad spectrum of business knowledge and skills, complementing the knowledge provided in the management certificate.

You could earn a Management Certificate in Accounting or Finance in as little as two to three years. This credential can be built on to earn a Senior Certificate, then a Diploma of Technology in Accounting, Finance, or Financial Planning. Diploma graduates can then go on to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Technology in Accounting.

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DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY IN ACCOUNTING, FINANCE, OR FINANCIAL PLANNING

FMGT 4410 Taxation 2

S F W

bcit.ca/business/financialpts/programs/dip

FMGT 4510 Finance 2

S F W

The Diploma of Technology is the next credential for students who have earned a Senior Certificate in Financial Management. At this stage, you will round out your knowledge with specialized business courses in fields such as business administration, marketing, and operations management.

FMGT 4570 Money and Banking F

FINANCIAL PLANNING–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/585iacert The Associate Certificate in Financial Planning is a preapproved Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC®) Core Curriculum program, which meets Certified Financial Planner® (CFP) program academic requirements. For further information about earning the CFP designation, please visit fpsc.ca/earn-certification.

Courses offered this year: SPRING /SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ‘13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FMGT 0910 Canadian Securities Course (CSC)™ Exam Preparation

S F W

FMGT 1100 Accounting 1

S F W

FMGT 1152 Accounting for the Manager

S F W

FMGT 1540 Credit and Collections F W FMGT 1810 Personal Financial Planning 1

S F W

FMGT 2100 Accounting 2

S F W

FMGT 2540 Working Capital Management S FMGT 2711 Computerized Accounting

S F W

FMGT 2820 Investment and Risk Management

S F W

FMGT 3110 Financial Accounting 1

S F W

FMGT 3210 Cost and Managerial Accounting 1

S F W

FMGT 3224 Cost Accounting for Operations Management S

FMGT 4620 Security Fundamentals S FMGT 4710 Advanced Computer Applications 2

S F W

FMGT 4810 Personal Financial Planning 2

S F W

FMGT 4911 Capstone Course for CFP Certification

S F W

DISTANCE AND ONLINE LEARNING 604.412.7417 The following correspondence (paper-based) courses are available for registration at any time. Students are provided with instructor contact, are permitted 30 weeks to complete the course, and upon completion of the established number of assignments, are expected to write a comprehensive exam. Prerequisites for correspondence courses are required and are transferable for credit to the full-time and part-time programs.

Correspondence courses offered this year:

FINANCIAL ANALYST –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE

FMGT 1100 Accounting 1

bcit.ca/5710ascert 604.456.8070

FMGT 1152 Accounting for the Manager

This Financial Analyst program is designed to prepare students for part of the most pre-eminent professional financial analyst designation exams. Concentrating on the relevant body of knowledge, students are prepared for future professional exams. Students are advised to gain relevant work experience before attempting the final level exam.

FMGT 2100 Accounting 2

This program consists of preparation courses in financial statement analysis and economics before concentrating on specific financial analyst topics. Business degree or diploma holders may be exempt from these courses. The remaining courses consist of seven intermediate and advanced courses specifically designed around the professional designation requirements, including ethics, advanced financial statement analysis, fixed income and equity analysis, derivatives, and portfolio management.

FMGT 4210 Cost and Managerial Accounting

This program will be held on weekends and completed in one year.

FMGT 3110 Financial Accounting 1 FMGT 3210 Cost and Managerial Accounting FMGT 3510 Finance 1 FMGT 4110 Financial Accounting 2 FMGT 4510 Finance 2 FMGT 7221 Manufacturing Cost Accounting The following online courses are available for registration on a term-by-term basis only and are 12 or 13 weeks in length. Prerequisites for online courses are required and are transferable for credit to the full-time and part-time programs.

Online courses offered this year:

Disclaimer: Although this program includes extensive coverage of the relevant financial analyst body of knowledge, students are responsible for their own success on the professional exams.

SPRING /SUMMER ’13–S

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FMGT 3310 Auditing 1

S F W

FMGT 7030 Financial Statement Analysis F

FMGT 3410 Taxation 1

S F W

FMGT 7070 Economics for Financial Analysis F

FMGT 3430 Taxation and Financial Planning

S F W

FMGT 7100 Fixed Income Analysis F

FMGT 3510 Finance 1

S F W

FMGT 7105 Equity Analysis W

FMGT 3720 Advanced Computer Applications

S F W

FMGT 8030 Advanced Financial Statement Analysis W

FMGT 4110 Financial Accounting 2

S F W

FMGT 8060 Principles of Portfolio Management W

FMGT 4210 Cost and Managerial Accounting 2

S F W

FMGT 4310 Auditing 2

S F W

FALL ‘13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FMGT 1100 Accounting 1

S F W

FMGT 1152 Accounting for the Manager

S F W

FMGT 1810 Personal Financial Planning 1

S F W

FMGT 2100 Accounting 2

S F W

FMGT 2820 Investment and Risk Management

S F W

FMGT 4620 Security Fundamentals S

BUSINESS AND MEDIA INFO SESSIONS Explore our programs, talk to faculty and staff. Details: bcit.ca/infosessions BUSINESS and MEDIA

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ACCOUNTING–BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

Courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/accounting 604.456.8070

AIRC 1004 Introduction to Airport and Airside Operations

CITIZEN JOURNALISM (BASIC AND ADVANCED) –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

If you have completed a BCIT Financial Management diploma, or have an equivalent from another academic institution, then you can earn your Bachelor of Technology in Accounting at BCIT. This degree will provide you with an academic credential leading to professional designations such as CA, CGA, CMA, or MBA. In an effort to make it as accessible as possible, this degree program is offered in various formats: full-time day, full-time evening, and flexible part-time for working individuals.

AIRC 1008 Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS)

bcit.ca/study/programs/0265000000

This flexible part-time program allows you to continue your career and study at the same time. You will acquire the key technical, interpersonal, communication, problemsolving, and computer skills demanded by employers today. In addition to technical proficiency, you will develop the confidence and skills required for public speaking and formal presentations—skills that are increasingly in high demand in the workplace.

Courses offered this year: SPRING /SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FMGT 7121 Advanced Accounting

S F W

FMGT 7210 Advanced Management Accounting

S F W

FMGT 7310 Advanced Auditing F W FMGT 7410 Taxation of Closely Held Corporations F W FMGT 7510 Advanced Finance F W FMGT 7520 Business Valuation

S F W

FMGT 7710 Management Information Systems F W FMGT 7910 The Business Environment

S F W

FMGT 8120 Accounting Theory

S F W

FMGT 8911 Integrative Business Management Practice F W

GENERAL INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT bcit.ca/insurance 604.432.8898 Developed with BC’s leading general insurance companies, this program provides core business skills with insurance-specific knowledge that will put you in demand.

Course offered this term: RMGT 2110 Principles and Practice of Insurance

AVAO 1186 Technical Report Writing and Communications AVAO 1190 Airport Master Planning and Certification AVAO 2222 Human Factors in Aviation AVAO 2260 Airport Security Systems For detailed course descriptions and updates to course availability, please visit our web page at bcit.ca/1070acert

BROADCAST AND MEDIA

bcit.ca/business/pts/broadcast 604.451.7198 Broadcast and Media Communications provides stimulating and challenging part-time courses in all aspects of media production. We offer a wide variety of courses for everyone, from the consumer wishing to post better video on You Tube with their DSLR camera to media professionals trying to enhance their storytelling. The courses can be taken on their own or as part of a specialized Statement of Completion or a larger certificate.

BROADCAST JOURNALISM –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/610amcert Does journalism excite you? Do you want to be a part of bringing the news to people? Discover the skills you will need for direct entry to second-year day school (dependent on availability of second-year seats), including a foundation of business skills, advanced writing for broadcast, interviewing skills, and editing.

RADIO–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/610bmcert Explore the skills you will need to enter the exciting world of radio with this management certificate program. Gain a strong foundation of business skills and industryspecific methods—including writing, interviewing, station operations, and announcing—that can help prepare you for direct entry to second-year day school (dependent on availability of second-year seats).

TELEVISION–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/610cmcert

AIRPORT OPERATIONS

bcit.ca/transportation/aerospace 604.419.3753 The purpose of the Airport Operations Associate Certificate is to provide employees currently working for regional and international airports, in Canada, the United States and globally, with the opportunity to upgrade their aviation/airport technical, planning and administrative skills. It will also be of benefit to those individuals who are not currently employed by an airport but are considering a career in airport operations.

This program is designed for people who are interested in pursuing a behind-the-scenes career in TV and video production. Learn about television and video planning, production, and editing, along with general business skills that can help prepare you for direct entry to second-year day school (dependent on availability of second-year seats).

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bcit.ca/study/programs/0270000000 Citizen Journalism: This group of four courses focuses on developing powerful video storytelling skills for anyone interested in enhancing their ability to impact others. Learn the basics of how to find and tell a compelling story from conception to final edit. This is a hands-on series of courses involving writing, shooting, editing, and presentation skills. Advanced Citizen Journalism: This group of four courses builds on skills developed in the previous level, enhancing your ability to research, perform, and distribute a compelling community story. Students acquire advanced research and story development—as well as professional interviewing—skills. At the same time, the ability to distill and distribute that story through multiple platforms, and engage the intended audience in unique ways, is explored. Lead instructors include Steve Dotto and Erica Hargreave.

ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA PERFORMANCE (BASIC AND ADVANCED)–STATEMENT OF COMPLETION bcit.ca/study/programs/0250000000 How to Perform in Entertainment Media: This group of four courses introduces the essential skills needed to effectively write and perform an entertainment story in the media with sound and video. Learn critical performance and interviewing skills and discover proper writing techniques for the media. Advanced Entertainment Media Performance: This group of four courses builds on developing the skill set and enhances one’s ability to tell an entertainmentbased story more effectively and with greater impact. Learn how to tell your story—including shooting and editing—visually, discover high-level vocal and personal performance skills, and discover how to take those skills into the workforce and onto set.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS–STATEMENT OF COMPLETION bcit.ca/study/programs/0285000000 This group of four courses takes you from the basics of personal applications through to advanced business and corporate functions. They provide a foundation to work within broader-reaching aspects of social media including building your brand through the development of community, as well as more advanced analytics. Lead instructors Steve Dotto and Erica Hargreave bring an unparalleled understanding of traditional media and social media worlds.

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LEADERSHIP STORYTELLING –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

WEBSITE STORYTELLING (BASIC AND ADVANCED) –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

This group of four courses is designed to help those in a leadership role build a compelling story. Discover how the most effective leaders share their impactful message with diverse groups including fellow managers, employees, and clients.

bcit.ca/study/programs/0235000000

MEDIA RELATIONS (BASIC AND ADVANCED) –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION Essentials of Media Relations: This group of four courses provides students with a comprehensive overview of media relations and the many changes brought about by the advent of social media. Topics include media training, issues management, and how to attract attention of news decision makers. Advanced Media Relations: This group of four courses expands on the essentials, developing a growing set of media relations skills that will help organizations turn challenging issues to their advantage.

SPORTS MEDIA PERFORMANCE (BASIC AND ADVANCED)–STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

bcit.ca/study/programs/0280000000 Essentials of Website Storytelling: This group of six courses enables you to create your own modern and effective website. Enhance your storytelling through better layering of all media including advanced sound, images, engaging text and design, and efficient integration of various forms of social media. Advanced Website Storytelling: This group of courses focuses on increasing the impact and sophistication of your multimedia storytelling. Building on level 1, these courses give you the ability to tell high-level and professional-appearing stories with video and add deeper integration of social media branding and interactivity. The result? People stay on your site longer and revisit more frequently while your online presence and brand are greatly enhanced.

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

bcit.ca/study/programs/0260000000

BCST 1002 The Music Business: The Essentials

bcit.ca/study/programs/0255000000

BCST 1003 The Music Business: Advanced Marketing and Entertainment Law F W

How to Perform in Sports Media: This group of four courses helps you develop skills in telling any story with a sports perspective. Gain a broad overview, develop your inner storyteller, learn how to interview professionally, and tell your story—through effective shooting and editing— visually.

S W

BCST 1004 Media Relations: The Essentials

S F W

BCST 1010 Video Storytelling with Your DSLR Camera

S F W

BCST 1073 Interactive Storytelling F W

Advanced Sports Media Performance: This group of four courses builds on skills developed in the previous level, enhancing your ability to research, perform, and distribute a compelling sports story. Learn investigative reporting, high-level vocal and personal performance skills, and how to take those skills into the workforce and onto set.

BCST 1101 Technical Introduction W

BCST 1180 Introduction to Non-Linear Video Editing

BCST 1105 Working in Entertainment W

BCST 1190 Video Journalism F W

BCST 1121 Discover Your Inner Storyteller F W

BCST 1193 Essentials of Social Media

BCST 1138 Advertising Techniques for Radio and Television F

BCST 1196 Visual Storytelling Workshop F

THE BACKPACK VIDEO JOURNALIST –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

BCST 1140 Broadcast Industry Operations F W

bcit.ca/study/programs/0275000000 This group of six courses is designed to help media professionals broaden the scope of their multimedia knowledge. Take your strong writing skills and augment them with visual storytelling so you can repurpose your content in multiple formats. Gain the skills to compile a story—from conception through advanced shooting to final edit—entirely on your own.

THE BUSINESS OF MUSIC –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION This group of four courses is designed for those interested in the music business, whether as an artist or as someone who is simply interested in helping develop talent. The business has shifted dramatically in recent years and artists are now empowered to manage their own careers.

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BCST 1143 Music Business and the Broadcast Industry W BCST 1144 Writing for the Media

S F W

BCST 1148 Interviewing for Radio and Television F W BCST 1150 Radio Broadcasting Introduction

S F W

BCST 1151 Radio and TV Announcing

S F W

BCST 1160 Television Broadcasting and Video Introduction

S F W

BCST 1162 Basics of Single Camera Shooting

S F W

BCST 1170 Broadcast Journalism Introduction

S F W

BCST 1172 Investigative Reporting F W BCST 1173 Sports Broadcasting

S F W S F W

BCST 1197 Sequencing Theory Workshop W BCST 1256 Audio Sound Design 1

S F W

BCST 2004 Advanced Media Relations F W BCST 2223 TV Production Planning F BCST 2248 Online Journalism F W BCST 2251 Advanced Vocal Development F W BCST 2255 Commercial and Animation Voiceover F W BCST 2256 Audio Sound Design 2 W BCST 2262 Advanced Single Video Camera Shooting Techniques F W BCST 2282 Advanced Non-Linear Video Editing

S F W

BCST 2293 Social Media Professional F W

S F W

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

bcit.ca/business/pts/administration 604.432.8860

PART-TIME BUSINESS MANAGEMENT –DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/6245diplt This diploma program is a broad-based business education program. It provides maximum career flexibility as well as the broadest scope of management skills, and is a natural stepping stone towards the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program.

PART-TIME BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (POST-DIPLOMA)–DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/521adiplt This part-time, post-diploma program is designed for students with college or university graduation (any major) or a Diploma of Technology in health or engineering. Preferably following some experience in the workforce, graduates of other programs may wish to assume supervisory and managerial responsibilities and benefit from further training in business management to be effective administrators. The program includes basic business subjects such as management accounting, economics, marketing, law, human resource management, labour relations, and business systems computer software applications. This program may also be taken in the full-time format over nine months.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6245mcert This credential offers an integrated overview of the key skills for management success in the workplace. If you complete any of our associate certificates, you can use the credits towards this management certificate. Core requirements are enhanced by a broad range of contemporary courses. Note: This program can now be completed online.

E-COMMERCE–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

BUSINESS ESSENTIALS–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

LEADERSHIP–STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

bcit.ca/5080acert

bcit.ca/0290000000

This credential provides the essential skills and knowledge required for an entry-level position in most industries. Successful completion of the associate certificate provides the graduate with the required credits for direct entry into term 2A of most full-time business diploma programs, subject to department approval. In addition, the courses within this certificate provide the basis for many management certificates. Courses are available online.

Leadership skills at all levels are critical to the success of any modern organization. The Leadership Statement of Completion is a great starting point to enhance your leadership skills and to gain certification from BCIT. This four-course program ladders into most of our Business Management part-time study options and covers the fundamental skills required to be a successful leader.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT –DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY Please contact Kim Petkov for more information: 604.432.8860.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION bcit.ca/0225000000 The Human Resources Statement of Completion is a great starting point for transitioning to a career in human resources and to gain certification from BCIT. This fourcourse program ladders into all of our HR Management part-time study options and covers the fundamental human resource skills required to be successful in this field.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/625amcert This management certificate is designed to help prepare those with career aspirations that include the CHRP (Certified Human Resources Professional) designation. The CHRP designation is earned through a national examination-based process. Important: Individuals must now have a university degree to apply for the CHRP designation. Students who hold any one of our associate certificates may use those credits towards this credential.

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT –SENIOR MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

bcit.ca/5975acert

bcit.ca/625asmcert

This credential is designed to provide you with the knowledge and insight to formulate strategy, plan, develop, and manage the use of e-commerce technologies. You will examine this rapidly expanding and ever-changing field by studying the global impact of technology and business applications. Courses are available online.

This senior certificate provides you with specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities to maximize the return on investment from organizations’ human capital. The Human Resource Management–Management Certificate is a prerequisite for this program.

E-COMMERCE–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/5975mcert Available in a new compressed format, this e-commerce certificate offers expanded skill development in website design, applied Internet technology, and business strategy. Designed for business generalists who wish to develop a working knowledge of e-commerce, this exciting state-of-the-art program is taught by professionals and prepares you for the dynamic world of electronic business. Note: This program can now be completed online.

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LEADERSHIP–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6830acert In today’s business environment, success depends on leadership skills at all levels in the organization. Excellent leaders foster high-performing teams with the intent of realizing mutual goals while pursuing continuous improvement and development. Note: This program can be completed online.

SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS LEADERSHIP –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/sbl Mark_Giltrow@bcit.ca The Advanced Specialty Certificate in Sustainable Business Leadership is offered as a joint credential from the School of Business and the School of Construction and the Environment. The aim of the program is to develop sustainable business leaders who can promote sustainable business approaches and initiatives within organizations (intrapreneurs) and in new business start-ups (entrepreneurs). The Sustainable Business Leadership program is a pathway into the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program. With the growth of this field comes a host of interesting new opportunities including careers in sustainable entrepreneurship, cleantech venture capital, greening global supply chains, sustainable product marketing, microfinance, green real estate development, and renewable energy.

Classroom courses offered this term: (T) = Transferable to day-school diploma program BLAW 3100 Business Law (T) BLAW 3905 Employment Law BUSA 0106 Strategic Skills for High Performance BUSA 0107 Success Strategies for the “New” Economy BUSA 1005 Introduction to Business (T) BUSA 1305 Supervisory Skills BUSA 2005 Principles of Management (T) BUSA 2705 Teamwork Skills BUSA 2905 Managing Conflict in the Workplace BUSA 3015 Negotiation Skills BUSA 3105 Leadership 1 BUSA 3155 Leadership 2

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DIGITAL ARTS, GRAPHIC DESIGN, AND WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT

BUSA 3165 Leadership 3

BUSA 3495 Customer Relationship Management

BUSA 4800 Management Policy

BUSA 3695 Knowledge Management

BUSA 7250 Management Skills and Applications

BUSA 7250 Management Skills and Applications

ECON 1150 Economic Issues

ECON 1150 Economic Issues

ECON 2100 Microeconomics (T)

ECON 2100 Microeconomics (T)

ECON 2200 Macroeconomics (T)

ECON 2200 Macroeconomics (T)

HRMG 2805 Workplace Health and Safety

HRMG 2805 Workplace Health and Safety

HRMG 3101 International HR Management

HRMG 3105 Human Resource Management Fundamentals (T)

HRMG 3105 Human Resource Management Fundamentals (T)

HRMG 3205 Labour Relations 1

HRMG 3205 Labour Relations 1

HRMG 3255 Labour Relations 2

HRMG 3255 Labour Relations 2

HRMG 3305 Recruitment and Selection

HRMG 3305 Recruitment and Selection

HRMG 3315 Measuring the Impact of Human Resources

HRMG 3505 Training and Development

HRMG 3505 Training and Development

HRMG 4155 Performance Management

HRMG 4155 Performance Management

HRMG 4405 Total Compensation Strategy

HRMG 4405 Total Compensation Management and Strategy

ORGB 1105 Organizational Behaviour (T)

HRMG 4605 Strategic Human Resource Planning

ORGB 2505 Interpersonal Skills

ORGB 1105 Organizational Behaviour

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DISTANCE AND ONLINE LEARNING bcit.ca/distance 604.432.8860 Learn at home or at the office. All courses carry the same credit as the classroom. Some courses require in-class or proctored final exams. Please contact your instructor during the first week of classes. Note: Distance and online learning courses are not work-at-your-own-pace. Online courses allow you to complete most of your course activities online (some exceptions). If you are able to create and save MS Word documents and know how to email with attachments, you will not need any other computer skills (unless specified by a prerequisite).

Distance and online courses offered this term: (T) = Transferable to day-school diploma program BLAW 3100 Business Law (T) BLAW 3205 Internet Law BLAW 3905 Employment Law BUSA 1005 Introduction to Business (T) BUSA 1305 Supervisory Skills BUSA 2005 Principles of Management (T) BUSA 2705 Teamwork Skills BUSA 2905 Managing Conflict in the Workplace BUSA 3105 Leadership 1–Interpersonal Skills BUSA 3155 Leadership 2–Teambuilding

bcit.ca/business/pts/digitalarts

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION bcit.ca/business/bba 604.412.7486 The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) provides students with the skills to meet the need for highly trained managers in business, industry, and government. The program is specifically designed to give BCIT business diploma graduates the opportunity to earn a degree in business administration.

Courses offered this year: BIOT 4001

FALL ’13–F

The media landscape is rapidly changing. New technologies are allowing consumers to have more choice and to control how and when they engage with content. Digital Arts provides sophisticated leadership and training in graphic design, web technologies, and media techniques. In the next decade, the demand for skilled people to develop digital content will continue to grow. Digital Arts credentials provide pertinent training with current software and state-of-the art computers designed to help students advance their careers. Successful graduates from these credentials are able to build pathways for career success.

GRAPHIC DESIGN–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6475acert

ORGB 2605 Managing Organizational Change 1

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

604.456.1011

WINTER ’14–W

Biotechnology for Business Studies F W

BUSA 3700 Spreadsheets for Managers F BUSA 5200 Business, Government, and Society

S F W

BUSA 6800 Strategic Management

S F W

ECON 5200 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis F ECON 5570 Financial Markets, Banking, and the Macro-Economy

S F W

ECON 6500 Managerial Economics

S F W

OPMT 5700 Precalculus for Management

S F W

OPMT 5701 Calculus for Management F W OPMT 5740 Integrated MIS

S F W

OPMT 5751 Math Models for Business

S F W

ORGB 5600 Implementing Strategic Change

S F W

Graphic designers are creative professionals who imagine the possibilities and use software to create cutting-edge content to produce clear and simple designs. The Graphic Design Associate Certificate program is an intense six-month, full-time program that provides a practical grounding in technical skills. The program empowers students to create engaging designs for print and digital distribution with creative tools. Today’s business demands innovative ideas, and powerful, digital documents that engage, inform, and push the boundaries of design. Students will study the fundamentals of graphic design techniques, integrate robust text composition techniques, optimize images, and create a professional portfolio. This program is offered through Part-time Studies courseby-course registration. It is also offered in a full-time, 25week format at our Downtown Campus (April intake).

MEDIA TECHNIQUES AND MARKETING COMMUNICATION–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/630pmcert This hands-on program is designed to combine the strategic approach of marketing communications with the techniques of multimedia technology. It is valuable to anyone who wishes to pursue a career in communications.

MEDIA TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESS –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6450mcert This program integrates Media Techniques for Business courses with those from other disciplines. You have a wide range of electives from which to choose, giving you the ability to develop a personalized program that meets your specific goals.

BUSA 3165 Leadership 3–Leading Organizations BUSA 3455 Introduction to E-commerce

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DISTANCE AND ONLINE LEARNING

MDIA 3201 Intermediate Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

WEB TECHNOLOGIES–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

MDIA 3203 Photoshop for Web Publishing

bcit.ca/6420acert

MDIA 3206 Audio and Video Technologies for Web Publishing

Complete this online program to position yourself as highly employable for one of the fastest-growing industries in the technology sector. This program focuses on both design and technology, helping you to create an aesthetic experience for the web user.

WEB TECHNOLOGIES–CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6420cert This program provides advanced online courses in web technology and enhances the design skills of learners, particularly in the areas of usability, accessibility, and collaborative design. Take this program to establish your own web design company, gain the skills to maintain a website for the company you currently work for, or gain employment in a web design firm.

In-class courses offered this term: MDIA 1008 Apple Final Cut Pro Mac 1 MDIA 1025 Acrobat PC MDIA 1026 Acrobat Mac MDIA 1040 Graphics 1 MDIA 1049 Adobe InDesign Mac 1 MDIA 1099 Photography MDIA 1105 Visual Composition and Layout MDIA 1140 Colour Theory for Design MDIA 1144 Practical Colour Management MDIA 1160 Adobe Illustrator Mac 1 MDIA 1170 Adobe Photoshop PC 1 MDIA 1180 Adobe Photoshop Mac 1 MDIA 1208 Apple Final Cut Pro Mac 2 MDIA 1260 Adobe Illustrator PC 1 MDIA 1900 Typography Principles MDIA 2012 Digital Darkroom MDIA 2049 Adobe InDesign Mac 2 MDIA 2098 Portfolio Design and Presentation MDIA 2260 Adobe Illustrator Mac 2 MDIA 2261 Illustrator PC 2 MDIA 2270 Adobe Photoshop PC 2 MDIA 3051 InDesign 3 Creating Mobile Content

MDIA 3207 Using Scripting Language on the Web MDIA 3208 Using New Media on the Web: Flash MDIA 4207 Web Design Business and Major Project MDIA 4303 Advanced Design MDIA 4304 Advanced CSS MDIA 4305 XML in Web Publishing MDIA 4307 jQuery in Web Publishing MDIA 4310 Advanced Flash Web Design MDIA 4321 CSS, DHTML, and AJAX MDIA 4325 Using PHP in Web Publishing MDIA 4340 Mobile Web Design Using jQuery Digital Design and Development (D3) bridging courses offered this term: COMM 1106 Business Communication 1 MDIA 1103 Storytelling MDIA 4700 Critical Thinking and Ethics in Media

INTERIOR DESIGN See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 36.

INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRAINING –FITTSKILLS

bcit.ca/6065nobcit 604.412.7651 In partnership with the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT), BCIT offers this part-time program for working professionals who want to increase their skills and knowledge in key topics of international trade. Completion of all eight courses leads to a Diploma of International Trade from FITT and meets the educational requirement for the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) designation. Full-time classes available. Please contact the Peter Thomson Centre at 604.412.7651 for more details.

Courses offered this term: FITT 0125

International Marketing

FITT 0130

Legal Aspects of International Trade

FITT 0135

International Trade Management

Distance and online courses offered this term: MDIA 1205 Weaving the Web: Publishing on the Internet (Level 1) MDIA 2088 Strategic Design for Business MDIA 2205 Publishing on the Internet (Level 2)

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MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

MARKETING, FUNDRAISING, AND SOCIAL MEDIA

bcit.ca/business/pts/marketing 604.432.8611

ENTREPRENEURSHIP–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/630hacert Thinking and acting like an entrepreneur is essential to career progress in the future. Employers seek selfstarters who can identify, plan, and execute new business opportunities. In addition, the success of your own business is improved dramatically by mastering the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. This program benefits those who want to start their own business and those who want to stand out in their own career as self-starting, entrepreneurial employees.

EVENT MARKETING–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/630yacert This program will be of interest to individuals responsible for event marketing activities within their organizations, and anyone seeking employment in the many facets of event planning and event management including: corporate and shopping centre marketing departments, advertising agencies, charitable organizations, community relations departments, sport, community events, entertainment, attractions, and the arts.

FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6390acert This program, endorsed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, teaches the necessary skills to succeed in an increasingly competitive fundraising environment. It is a growing field with many career and learning opportunities for volunteers. This is one of the few postsecondary certificate programs available in Canada. For more information about the program, please contact Siobhan Aspinall at Siobhan_Aspinall@bcit.ca

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FUND 1215 Essentials of Fundraising

S F W

FUND 2315 Major Gifts and Capital Campaigns

S F W

FUND 2316 Grant and Proposal Writing

S F W

FUND 3216 Management and Finance for Fundraising

S F W

FUND 3217 Planned Giving

S F W

FUND 4415 Fundraising Practicum

S F W

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bcit.ca/630dacert Six core courses, plus two electives that you select, help prepare you for employment in the exciting field of marketing communications. This program establishes skills and knowledge in digital marketing, public relations, media relations, and promotional strategies.

MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/630dmcert This program provides specialized training in the components of promotional strategy. The curriculum equips you to be functional in developing promotional strategies and campaigns, incorporating specific tactics such as event marketing, trade shows, and corporate communications, as well as traditional advertising, sales promotion, and online marketing.

MARKETING MANAGEMENT –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6300mcert For those who work in the business environment, including retail, wholesale, manufacturing and service industries, this program offers an assortment of courses designed to provide you with an understanding of all the elements of marketing management. Studies will include marketing planning, online marketing, promotion, research, customer service, and sales. Elective choices enable you to focus on areas that are relevant to your work or personal interest.

MARKETING MANAGEMENT–DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/6300diplt This program is a logical next step for students who have completed the Marketing Management Senior Management Certificate. This is a general marketing program with no pre-determined specialization. Prior to graduation, you will complete a major Directed Studies project and an industry practicum course.

NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6310acert Designed for executives and aspiring leaders in charities and other nonprofit organizations, this program enables nonprofit professionals to effectively and efficiently improve organizational performance. This program provides context-specific knowledge and skills for those already working in a nonprofit organization, and those wishing to pursue a career in the voluntary sector. For more information about the program, please contact Siobhan Aspinall at Siobhan_Aspinall@bcit.ca

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER’14–W

NPMA 1500 Nonprofit Leadership

S F W

NPMA 1700 Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations

S F W

NPMA 1800 Government Relations

S F W

NPMA 1850 Law and Governance

S F W

NPMA 1900 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations

S F W

NPMA 2611 Human Resource Management

S W

Distance and online courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

FUND 1215 Essentials of Marketing

S F W

FUND 2315 Major Gifts and Capital Campaigns

S F W

FUND 2316 Grant and Proposal Writing

S F W

FUND 3216 Management and Finance for Fundraising F W FUND 3217 Planned Giving and Legacy Giving F W MKTG 1019 Media Relations

S F W

MKTG 1051 Search Marketing and SEO

S F W

MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing

S F W

MKTG 1219 Relationship Selling F W MKTG 1352 Strategic Online Marketing

S F W

MKTG 1550 Social Media for Business

S F W

MKTG 1551 Web Analytics for Marketing

S F W

MKTG 1552 Social Media Marketing

S F W

MKTG 2203 Marketing Communications Essentials

S F W

MKTG 2551 Social Media Analytics

S F

MKTG 3321 Public Relations

S F W

MKTG 3322 Promotional Strategies

S F W

NPMA 1500 Nonprofit Leadership

S F W

NPMA 1700 Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations

S F W

NPMA 1800 Government Relations

S F W

NPMA 1850 Law and Governance

S F W

NPMA 1900 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations

S F W

PROFESSIONAL SALES–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/630vmcert Enhance your ability to sell products or services to consumers, the commercial market, and professional buyers. Analyze buyer needs, plan detailed and effective presentations, and utilize professional oral and written skills. The program also covers other relevant information such as managing the sales force, utilizing other methods of sales (such as trade shows), and segmenting business markets.

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PUBLIC RELATIONS–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

TOURISM MANAGEMENT–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

bcit.ca/630xacert

bcit.ca/630jmcert

This program helps you meet challenging opportunities to solve communications problems in dynamic situations. Public relations professionals employed in government agencies, corporations, and nonprofit organizations work in areas including public affairs, media relations, investor relations, corporate counseling, opinion research, and crisis communications projects.

Building on the associate certificate, this program should help you improve your present position or seek new tourism employment opportunities. Employers who are looking for courses to upgrade employees’ marketing skills will also find value in these programs.

Courses offered this year:

MKTG 3332 Selling to Key Accounts W

SALES SKILLS–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

MKTG 3342 Negotiating Skills

S F

MKTG 1019 Media Relations

S F W

MKTG 3406 Brand Innovation and Development

S F W

MKTG 1051 Search Marketing and SEO

S F W

MKTG 3418 Advertising Design Production F

MKTG 1102 Essentials of Marketing

S F W

MKTG 3421 Strategic Communications F

MKTG 1112 Customer Relations

S F W

MKTG 4340 Marketing Planning Fundamentals

S F W

MKTG 1119 Sports Marketing F

MKTG 4434 Brand from the Inside Out

S F W

MKTG 1120 Event Planning

S F W

MKTG 4435 PTS Directed Studies

S F W

MKTG 1121 Off-Premise Catering Planning

S F W

MKTG 4515 Industry Practicum

S F W

MKTG 1122 Wedding Planning

S F W

bcit.ca/study/programs/0230000000

MKTG 1123 Sustainable Event Management

S F W

Does your company really need a blog, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube presence in order to meet its business objectives? How much does the time you spend online actually contribute to your bottom line? You know what to do, but how do you do it? This rigorous program provides you with the fundamental skills needed to remain competitive in your industry. By using hands-on experience throughout this set of courses, you will learn how to plan, execute, monitor and control, and close an innovative web marketing campaign.

MKTG 1140 Essentials of Retailing F

bcit.ca/630macert If you believe the saying, “Nothing happens until somebody sells something,” then this program will enable you to make many things happen for customers, your boss, and yourself. Novices and pros alike will benefit from the focus on both the basics and advanced personal selling skills, which are essential for success in today’s highly competitive environment.

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING –STATEMENT OF COMPLETION

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14

MKTG 2551 Social Media Analytics

S F W

MKTG 3218 Media Planning and Buying

S F W

MKTG 3315 Sponsorship Marketing

S F W

MKTG 3321 Public Relations

S F W

MKTG 3322 Promotional Strategies

S F W

MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT See the Health Sciences section, page 41.

MKTG 1218 Inside Sales

S F

MKTG 1219 Relationship Selling

S F W

MKTG 1312 Writing Creative Copy

S F W

MKTG 1323 Effective Public Speaking

S F W

MKTG 1324 Small Business Development

S F W

MKTG 1342 Trade/Consumer Show Marketing

S F W

TOURISM MANAGEMENT–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

MKTG 1352 Strategic Online Marketing

S F W

bcit.ca/630jacert

MKTG 1550 Social Media for Business

S F W

MKTG 1551 Web Analytics for Marketing

S F W

Operations Management explores how business enterprises supply, produce, and distribute goods and services. Students can also use some courses towards internationally recognized industry-based designations including the Association for Operations Management (apics.org), the American Society for Quality (asq.org), the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (ciffa.com), the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (citt.ca), and the Project Management Institute (pmi.org).

MKTG 1552 Social Media Marketing

S F W

APICS CERTIFICATION

MKTG 2203 Marketing Communications Essentials

S F W

bcit.ca/business/pts/operations/apics

MKTG 2205 Marketing of Service

S F

Whether you are already working in the field of tourism and seeking formal recognized qualifications, or you plan to enter the field but are seeking part-time tourism education, this associate certificate program may be for you. Courses in the certificate focus on the business of tourism, and will prepare you for employment in BC’s second largest industry. You will also develop a solid understanding of core business concepts including marketing, finance, and leadership.

EARN A CREDENTIAL IN BUSINESS AND MEDIA Work towards your certificate, diploma, or degree on a part-time basis. View our programs: bcit.ca/pts

MKTG 2212 Strategies in Customer Service F MKTG 2220 Managing the Sales Force F MKTG 2225 Project Management in Marketing

S F W

MKTG 2319 Relationship Selling 2

S F W

MKTG 2420 Merchandising and Display Strategy S MKTG 2438 Direct Marketing Dynamics

S F W

MKTG 2525 Global Marketing

S F W

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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

bcit.ca/business/pts/operations 604.432.8611

The BCIT School of Business partners with many professional associations to offer various educational professional development opportunities. BCIT and APICS have partnered to deliver production and inventory management courses to assist students with APICS certification programs.

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/690fmcert This program will provide you with a foundation in business, engineering, and health sciences, and is specifically developed to appeal to those wishing to enter the field of facilities management or those currently in the field who want to upgrade or formalize their knowledge. This program has been developed in conjunction with the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA) BC Chapter.

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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

APIC 1175

Strategic Management of Resources

S F W

OPMT 2197 Quantitative Methods for Business

bcit.ca/690amcert

APIC 1191

CSCP Exam Preparation Course

S F W

OPMT 2242 Intermediate Quality Control Methods W

Successful completion of this program provides the necessary tools for a successful career as a production foreperson, analyst, or supervisor in inventory control, product cost estimating, standard setting, production planning and control, project administration, and technical sales.

BSYS 1001 Business Information Systems 1 –Office 2010

S F W

BSYS 2051 Business Information Systems 2 –Spreadsheets

S F W

BSYS 2061 Business Information Systems 3 –MS Access 2010

S F W

INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

BSYS 2301 Essentials of Business Information Technology S

bcit.ca/7460mcert International business depends on successful market analysis and effective entry strategies, knowledge of transportation alternatives, and sound logistics planning. If you want to engage or are currently engaging in the buying, selling, and transportation of goods, this program is designed for you. Technical skills gained from the program allow graduates to progress to additional industry certifications.

BSYS 4051 Business Operations Modelling with Excel

S F W

BSYS 4061 Advanced Business Operations Modelling with Access and ERP S F W

OPMT 2275 Warehouse Management 2

S F W S F W

OPMT 2298 Business Process Improvement W OPMT 3306 ISO 9000:2000 Quality Standard

S F

OPMT 3342 Statistical Design of Experiments for Industry F OPMT 3345 Quality Auditing W OPMT 4699 Enterprise Performance Management W OPMT 5700 Precalculus for Management

S F W

OPMT 5701 Calculus for Management

S F W

OPMT 5740 Integrated MIS

S F W

OPMT 5751 Math Models for Business

S F W

OPMT 0102 Project Management Tools and Techniques Level 1

S F W

TDMT 0206 Freight Forwarding 3 F

OPMT 0199 Math for Business

S F W

TDMT 0207 Freight Forwarding 4 W

MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

OPMT 0202 Project Management Tools and Techniques Level 2

S F W

bcit.ca/690bmcert

OPMT 0203 CAPM/PMP Certification Preparation Workshop

S F W

OPMT 0213 Project Communications and Stakeholder Management

S F W

TDMT 1409 Canada Customs and NAFTA F W

OPMT 0214 Project Risk Management

S F W

TDMT 2203 Transportation Economics W

OPMT 0215 Project Procurement and Contracting

S F W

TDMT 2204 International Trade 2 S

OPMT 0216 MS Project for Managing Projects

S F W

TDMT 2251 Logistics Processes (CITT) W

OPMT 0217 Advanced Project Planning, Execution, and Control Workshop

S F W

OPMT 0218 Managing High-Performing Project Teams

S F W

This program is designed for people who are working, or wish to work, in private and public sector service industries including health care, education, and justice services among others. Candidates gain the managerial competencies needed to successfully operate servicebased enterprises.

MATERIALS MANAGEMENT –MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/690dmcert Whether you are an experienced production and inventory control professional or are looking to develop a successful career in the field, you’ll benefit from this program. Potential career areas include purchasing, accounting, production supervision, traffic, or warehousing. This certificate includes some of the APICS Production and Inventory Control Certificate courses.

QUALITY MANAGEMENT–MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/690jmcert As a graduate of this program, you’ll be prepared to implement a cost-effective quality management system with its technical, legal, and human aspects, in any organization. The quality-related courses also assist students intending to write the certification examinations of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

APIC 1171

Basics/Supply Chain Management

S F W

APIC 1172

Master Planning of Resources

S F W

APIC 1173

Detailed Scheduling and Planning

S F W

APIC 1174

Execution and Control of Operations

S F W

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TDMT 1104 International Trade 1

S F

TDMT 1150 Transportation Systems (CITT)

S F W

TDMT 1204 Freight Forwarding 1 F TDMT 1205 Freight Forwarding 2 W

TDMT 4410 Logistics Management S

INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT FORWARDING–CERTIFICATE

OPMT 0405 PMP Certification Preparation Workshop

S F W

OPMT 1106 Quality Assurance Fundamentals

S F W

OPMT 1110 Business Math

S F W

OPMT 1142 Introduction to Quality Control Methods F OPMT 1175 Warehouse Management 1

S F W

OPMT 1187 Project Planning/Scheduling

S F W

OPMT 1191 Purchasing

S F W

OPMT 1192 Inventory Control and Planning

S F W

bcit.ca/7460mcert The BCIT/Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA) professional training program is for staff members of international freight forwarders who wish to acquire a general knowledge of the theory and mechanics of handling international freight movement. Joint certificates from BCIT/CIFFA in International Freight Forwarding are awarded upon the successful completion of all courses.

OPMT 1193 Facility Planning and Design W OPMT 1197 Statistics for Business/Industry F W OPMT 1198 Operations Management Fundamentals S F W

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT –BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

PMP/CAPM PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION PREPARATION bcit.ca/business/pts/operations/ project-management 604.412.8611 BCIT offers a variety of introductory to advanced project management courses and exam preparation courses for the Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certifications. These professional development project management courses are only two to five days long and are designed for busy professionals who want to quickly acquire practical project management skills. BCIT’s project management curriculum is based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) standards and guidelines and offers Professional Development Unit (PDU) credits. Course work uses the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) and the nine Project Management Knowledge Areas.

TECHNICAL WRITING TECHNICAL WRITING–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/cas/techwriting 604.412.7506

bcit.ca/8350btech This program will appeal to technologists and those who are seeking to improve their skills in management and in the area of their technical specialty. It is designed for:

> >Graduates of an engineering technology diploma program from BCIT, or a diploma from an equivalent institution

> >Those who hold degrees in related disciplines > >Applicants who have been approved through the Alternate Entry Model. For information on applying to the program, contact Laurie_McGee@bcit.ca or call 604.432.8459.

Classroom-based courses offered this term: TMGT 7101 Engineering, Technology, and Management TMGT 7103 Research and Development Management TMGT 7113 Marketing Programs and Plans TMGT 7114 Product Planning and Market Implementation TMGT 7124 Technology and International Finance

If you enjoy writing, have a logical mind, and a knack for problem solving, technical writing may be the career for you. Technical writing is a growing field with high income potential. To find out more, register for one of our information sessions at bcit.ca/infosessions or call 604.451.6735. If you have further questions, contact Tech_Writing@bcit.ca.

TMGT 7133 Law for Intelligence-based Business

Courses offered this term:

TMGT 7102 Project Management and Resource Utilization

COMM 1007 Technical Writing Style

TMGT 7111 High Technology Marketing Strategies

COMM 1008 Technical Editing

TMGT 7112 Market Research

COMM 1009 Technical Writing: Definitions, Instructions, and Process Descriptions

TMGT 7121 Principles of Finance

COMM 1013 Documentation Project Management COMM 1040 Technical Documentation Graphics

TMGT 7143 Problem Solving and Decision Making TMGT 7145 Leadership in a World of Change TMGT 7155 IT Management Issues Distance education courses offered this term:

TMGT 7122 Accounting for Technologies TMGT 7123 Technology Information Systems

COMM 1110 Writing for the Web

TMGT 7134 Technology and International Trade and Competition

COMM 1260 Designing and Writing Online Help

TMGT 7135 Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

COMM 2206 Writing for the Computer Industry

TMGT 7142 Technology Management Communication

COMM 2207 Single-Sourcing for Technical Writers

TMGT 7144 Human Resource Planning and Control

COMM 2210 Industry Project for Technical Writers

TMGT 7152 Implementation Data Management

Elective courses offered this term (select one):

For information relating to distance education courses, contact tmgtde@bcit.ca or call 604.454.2218 or toll-free 1.866.768.7070.

COMP 1850 Introduction to Web Development and Design COMP 2010 Microsoft Office 2010 COMP 2369 Microsoft Word 2010

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PETER THOMSON CENTRE FOR VENTURE DEVELOPMENT

bcit.ca/business/venture 604.412.7651 The Peter Thomson Centre for Venture Development is a dynamic centre of business-related learning. It includes the Venture program and business management workshops and courses, both credit and non-credit.

ACCELERATED VENTURE PROGRAM bcit.ca/7820acert A comprehensive training program targeted toward individuals in the launch phase of a business start-up regardless of their business backgrounds. During this eight-week program, you will learn how to research a business concept, produce a realistic business plan, and develop practical, entrepreneurial planning skills to start and operate a business.

Courses offered this term: VENT 0100 Starting Your Own Business VENT 0111 Accelerated Venture VENT 0200 Enterpriser Online Business Planner FITTskills

(full-time and part-time classes available)

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COMPUTER NETWORKING FOR TECHNICIANS

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE (CCNA™) bcit.ca/cisco 604.432.8237

bcit.ca/energy/study Gigi_Machtaler@bcit.ca The computer networking courses listed on this page are offered by the School of Energy.

NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR TECHNICIAN –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/1885acerts 604.432.8237 If you are familiar with computer systems in the work environment and want to gain the fundamental knowledge to design, configure, and implement local-and widearea networks, this program is for you. Get handson knowledge of major network operating systems, the underlying communication protocols, and the supporting hardware.

Courses offered this term:

This is a complete, four-semester program enabling you to design, build, and maintain small- to medium-sized networks. It features considerable hands-on activities in well-equipped labs consisting of Cisco routers and switches. The courses are to be taken sequentially. Content includes computer networking theory, IP addressing and subnetting, IP routing (using RIP, OSPF, EIGRP), Ethernet concepts (including bridging, spanningtree, virtual LANs), basic network security, and wide-area networking fundamentals. Upon successful completion of the program, students are prepared to write the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA™) certification exam.

Courses offered this term: CITX 1160

Cisco CCNA Level 1

CITX 1110

A+ Hardware Technician

CITX 2060

Cisco CCNA Level 2

CITX 1160

Cisco CCNA Level 1

CITX 2061

Cisco CCNA Level 3

CITX 2200

Microsoft Server Level 1

CITX 2062

Cisco CCNA Level 4

CITX 2210

Linux Essentials

CISCO SPECIALTY COURSES bcit.ca/cisco 604.432.8237

MICROSOFT COURSES bcit.ca/citx2165, citx2200

604.432.8237

Courses offered this term: CITX 2165

Implementing Windows Workstation

CITX 2200

Microsoft Server Level 1

UNIX/LINUX COURSES bcit.ca/citx2180, citx2210

604.432.8237

Courses offered this term: CITX 2180

Unix/Linux Installation and Configuration

CITX 2210

Linux Essentials

CompTIA CERTIFICATION PREPARATION FOR A+ HARDWARE, NETWORK+, AND SECURITY+ bcit.ca/citx1110, citx1145, citx2164

Courses offered this term: CITX 1110

A+ Hardware Technician

CITX 1145

Network+ Technician

CITX 2164

Security+ Technician CompTIA

COMPUTER HARDWARE AND NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS bcit.ca/citx0120, citx1150

Courses offered this term: CITX 0120

Computer Hardware Setup Configuration and Maintenance

CITX 1150

Structured Cabling for Computer Networks

CCNA VoIP provides a next step for individuals who want to enhance their CCNA skill set. Students learn the concepts behind IP-based telephone systems and voice packetizing/transmission. Hands-on experience is provided with Cisco routers, switches, and IP phones.

Course offered this term: CITX 1186

Cisco CCNA Voice

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK PROFESSIONAL (CCNP™) bcit.ca/cisco 604.432.8237 The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP™) program is comprised of three advanced levels of Cisco certification where students will learn how to install, configure, and maintain medium to large computer networks. Participants will learn about complex network configurations and how to diagnose and troubleshoot network problems. Students who successfully complete the advanced curriculum are encouraged to obtain Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP™) certification. The expertise you develop when preparing for the CCNP™ will add to your skill set and help you expand your professional options. For course information, please send your inquiry to Gigi_Machtaler@bcit.ca

COMPUTING and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY As an educational leader in applied computing and information technology, BCIT offers an unparalleled selection of more than 200 related part-time courses in over 30 credential programs. Start with just one course or earn a BCIT credential at night or on the weekends. Work toward an associate certificate or a certificate that may ladder into a diploma and degree. AREAS OF STUDY SCHOOL OF ENERGY >> Cisco CCNA™ and CCNP™ >> Computer Networking for Technicians

SCHOOL OF COMPUTING >> Applied Computer Applications >> Computer Systems Technology >> Database and Information Systems >> IT Professional Skills >> Networking and Security Design >> Software Development >> Web Technologies–Advanced

Course offered this term: CITX 2064

Cisco Networking Level 6

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN TECHNOLOGY –CAD See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 34.

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Elective courses offered this term: COMM 1103 Introduction to Business and Technical Communication COMM 1106 Introduction to Business and Technical Communication (with Language Development Component) COMP 1253 Crystal Reports Advanced Workshop COMP 1255 Simply Accounting COMP 2252 Business Intelligence with Crystal Reports COMP 2255 Business Intelligence Analytics with Tableau

COMPUTER APPLICATION COURSES AND WORKSHOPS If you already have an understanding of PCs and Windows file management, you can increase your confidence and build your skills with the following Microsoft Office 2010 workshops.

One-day non-credit courses offered this term:

SCHOOL OF COMPUTING

APPLIED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

COMP 0261 Excel Workshop Level 1

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COMP 0264 Excel Workshop Level 2

The School of Computing delivers more than 400 applied part-time computing (COMP) courses every year. Courses may be taken individually and many build on each other, leading to BCIT credentials. We offer 11 part-time programs including a Computer Systems diploma and a bachelor’s degree.

Learn how a personal computer works and how to get the most functionality out of your PC. Most computing (COMP) courses require the use of a MS Windows 7 PC. Start with Computer Concepts with Windows 7 (COMP 1002) and then move on to over 100 higher-level courses within the School of Computing.

COMP 0269 Excel Workshop Level 3, Advanced

The majority of COMP part-time courses is taught by industry experts and delivered in the evenings and on weekends at our campuses in Burnaby and downtown Vancouver. Check our web page to see all current course details.

APPLIED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

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Each course has prerequisites and requires that students have the ability to communicate in English at a BC Grade 12 level.

bcit.ca/5525acert Become an expert PC user with MS Windows and MS Office applications. This program is designed for new and existing computer users. Obtain expert skill levels in desktop computing and understand how to build websites. Computer Concepts with Windows 7 (COMP 1002) should be completed prior to taking other courses.

Required courses offered this term: COMP 1002 Computer Concepts with Windows 7 COMP 1850 Web Development and Design 1 COMP 2364 MS Excel 2010 COMP 2369 MS Word 2010 COMP 2374 MS Access 2010 COMP 2384 MS PowerPoint 2010

COMP 0266 Word Workshop Level 1 COMP 0267 Word Workshop Level 2 COMP 0268 Word Workshop Level 3, Advanced COMP 0271 Access Workshop Level 1 COMP 0272 Access Workshop Level 2 COMP 0279 Access Workshop Level 3, Advanced COMP 0383 MS Project 2010 Workshop Level 1 COMP 0384 MS Project 2010 Workshop Level 2 Entry-level fundamental courses offered this term: COMP 1361 Word Fundamentals COMP 1362 Excel Spreadsheet Fundamentals COMP 2010 Microsoft Office 2010 Expert-level courses offered this term: COMP 2361 Microsoft Word Advanced* COMP 2362 Microsoft Excel Advanced* Complete courses (fundamentals and advanced material) offered this term: COMP 2364 Microsoft Excel 2010 COMP 2369 Microsoft Word 2010 COMP 2374 Microsoft Access 2010 COMP 2384 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 * Entry-level courses must be completed before COMP 2361 or COMP 2362.

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DATABASE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

IT PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Required courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/computing/pts 604.432.8465

COMP 2654 Data Communication and LAN Design*

Databases and information systems are part of most organizations at all levels. Computing (COMP) courses in relational database cover in-depth, current industry standards and start with Relational Database Design and SQL (COMP 1630).

The IT profession uses industry-standard methods and tools. Learning to analyze business processes, gather information, and document and communicate specifications are the keys to successfully building scalable information systems.

COMP 2765 Linux Operating System

bcit.ca/computing/pts 604.432.8775

APPLIED DATABASE ADMINISTRATION AND DESIGN– ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6994acert Most organizations have PC databases on networks. This hands-on program teaches how to design and manage medium- to large-scale databases to industry standard. Students will learn aspects of relational database design, systems analysis and design, plus higher-level administration, reporting, and business intelligence. Many of these courses provide preparation for industry certifications.

Required courses offered this term:

Courses offered this term: COMM 1110 Writing for the Web COMP 1113 Applied Mathematics COMP 1250 Cyrstal Reports 1 COMP 1251 Crystal Reports 2 COMP 1253 Crystal Reports Advanced COMP 1288 IT Project Management COMP 1630 Relational Database Design and SQL COMP 2255 Business Intelligence Analytics with Tableau

COMP 1630 Relational Database Design and SQL*

COMP 2825 Computer Architecture

COMP 2831 Systems Analysis and Systems Design

COMP 2831 Systems Analysis and Systems Design

Elective courses offered this term: COMP 1253 Crystal Reports Advanced COMP 1288 IT Project Management COMP 2252 Business Intelligence with Crystal Reports COMP 2255 Business Intelligence Analytics with Tableau COMP 4661 MySQL Database Server Design and Admin COMP 4670 Oracle 11g Administration Workshop 1 COMP 4677 MS SQL Server 2008 Administration COMP 4679 Business Intelligence with SSRS* COMP 4681 Business Intelligence with SSAS* * COMP 1630 must be completed prior to taking any higher-level database courses.

COMP 2832 Agile Software Development with Scrum COMP 3761 Algorithm Analysis and Design

NETWORKING AND SECURITY DESIGN bcit.ca/computing/pts 604.432.8635 or 604.432.8465

The School of Computing teaches students how to think beyond a one-vendor, version-specific solution. Computing (COMP) courses in networking cover in-depth, current industry standards.

COMP 3700 MS Windows Server 2008 Administration COMP 3705 Applied Network Security COMP 3821 Enterprise Network Design with TCP* COMP 4912 Applied Virtual Networks Elective courses offered this term: COMP 1045 A+ Certification Preparation COMP 1288 IT Project Management COMP 2770 Introduction to Linux System Administration COMP 3701 MS Windows Active Directory * COMP 2654 should be completed first, followed by COMP 3821. Additional courses in Linux and security are offered in other terms.

COMPTIA A+ HARDWARE TECHNICIAN bcit.ca/computing/pts CompTIA A+ is a computer industry certification that is recognized around the world. The CompTIA certification process is separate from BCIT and requires that an exam be written through a third party. The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the A+ industry certification. Please search ‘CompTIA’ online for details about A+ as well as the exam process.

Course offered this term: COMP 1045 CompTIA A+ Certification Preparation

APPLIED NETWORK ADMINISTRATION AND DESIGN –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/5515acert This hands-on program teaches the design, set-up, and administration of local- and wide-area networks. Students who already have some business and IT experience will learn data communication and network theory plus the design, installation, and administration of multi-platform networks. Many of these courses provide preparation for industry certifications.

CST LADDERED CREDENTIALS PATH

APPLIED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE APPLIED COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE COMPUTER SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY Complete the Applied Software Development (ASD) Associate Certificate before moving on to other courses.

COMPUTING and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

bcit.ca/computing/pts 604.432.8465 If you have the mindset to develop software by writing code in a programming language, you may find a very rewarding career in IT. All programming courses begin with Introduction to Software Development 1 (COMP 1409) followed by Introduction to Software Development 2 (COMP 1451). These are the foundations in object oriented programming (OOP) and are the prerequisites for all other intermediate-level programming languages. If you are serious about becoming an application programmer, you should understand multiple programming languages and environments.

APPLIED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

ADVANCED JAVA WEB DEVELOPMENT –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6445acert Advanced Java Development is a second-level credential that is built on top of our Applied Software Development Associate Certificate. You must already have full understanding of OOP. Systems analysis and design are also required in order to properly understand these higher-level Java courses. Graduates of this program will be able to build and deploy Java webbased and large-scale enterprise applications.

Required courses offered this term*: COMP 3613 Introduction to Java Web Application Design COMP 3617 Android and Mobile Applications in Java

bcit.ca/6958acert

COMP 3831 Object Oriented Analysis and Design

Learn the skills to design, build, and deploy software applications. This program is aimed at three audiences: students who want to learn programming, existing programmers who want object oriented experience, and candidates for advanced programming credentials. Applied Software Development is the first step towards the CST diploma and degree, as well as the prerequisite for the three higher-level credentials: Web and Mobile Application Development, .NET Application Software Development, and Advanced Java Web Development.

COMP 4613 Advanced Java Web Development

Required core courses offered every term*:

COMP 4655 JEE Application Development

COMP 1409 Introduction to Software Development 1 COMP 1451 Introduction to Software Development 2 COMP 2831 Systems Analysis and System Design Elective courses offered this term: After COMP 1451, move on to any intermediate-level COMP 2600-series programming course:

COMP 2613 Java Application Development COMP 2614 .NET Windows Application Development in C# COMP 2617 C++ for OO Development 1

Elective courses offered this term: COMP 1288 IT Project Management COMP 2051 Advanced Web Development with JavaScript and AJAX COMP 2832 Agile Software Development with Scrum COMP 4625 Java for XML Developers

.NET APPLICATION SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT bcit.ca/computing/pts Microsoft .NET is a variety of tools and technologies to build software applications with less work, making use of a consistent programming model and a common set of APIs. The .NET Framework supports the interoperability of multiple programming languages using .NET Library components and coded solutions using Common Runtime Languages to execute programs specifically for .NET.

COMP 2618 C++ for OO Development 2

Students must have the ability to understand OOP languages before starting these courses.

COMP 2832 Agile Software Development with Scrum

Courses offered this term:

After you have completed any COMP 2600-level programming course:

COMP 2870 ASP.NET with C#

COMP 2614 .NET Windows Development in C#

COMP 3912 iOS Application Development for iPhone and iPad

COMP 3608 .NET Rapid Prototyping with XAML

* Complete COMP 1409 prior to COMP 1451, not concurrently. After you have completed your first COMP 2600-series course, then complete COMP 2831.

COMP 3618 Advanced .NET Application Development in C#

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COMP 3972 SharePoint Foundation Development

COMPUTING and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


WEB TECHNOLOGIES–ADVANCED

Required courses offered this term:

COMPUTER SYSTEMS–CST DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY

WEB AND MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

COMP 1630 Relational Database Design and SQL COMP 1850 Web Development and Design 1*

The part-time CST Diploma of Technology begins with the Applied Software Development (ASD) and Applied Computer Information Systems Associate Certificates (ACIS). These two credentials must be completed prior to starting the Computer Systems Certificate. Full-time students should register in no more than one part-time course while attending full time.

bcit.ca/6465acert Students who already know how to write code in OOP languages will learn to use scripting technologies along with web programming in Java and ASP.NET to create software applications. This advanced program requires completion of the Applied Software Development Associate Certificate prior to starting. A solid understanding of multiple OOP languages, and systems analysis and design are required in order to properly understand web application development.

Required courses offered this term: COMP 1911 JavaScript Workshop COMP 1950 Web Development and Design 2 COMP 2051 Advanced Web Development with JavaScript and AJAX COMP 2870 ASP.NET with C# COMP 2899 XML for Developers COMP 2920 Web Scripting with PHP 2 COMP 3613 Introduction to Java Web Application Design Elective courses offered this term: COMP 2052 Android and Mobile Application Development with PhoneGap COMP 3912 iOS Application Development for iPhone and iPad COMP 4661 MySQL Database Server Design and Admin

APPLIED WEB DEVELOPMENT–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/6957acert Applied Web Development teaches students how to hand-code and model data, analyze and document business processes, define requirements, communicate specifications, and work in teams. Graduates learn to plan, design, and build websites using industry standards. A variety of technical electives are also available covering current open-source scripting tools.

COMP 1911 JavaScript Workshop COMP 1950 Web Development and Design 2 COMP 1956 Web Graphics COMP 2831 Systems Analysis and Systems Design Elective courses offered this term: COMM 1110 Writing for the Web COMP 1288 IT Project Management COMP 1920 Server-side Web Scripting with PHP 1 COMP 2051 Advanced Web Development with JavaScript and AJAX COMP 2052 Android and Mobile Application Development with PhoneGap COMP 2899 XML for Web Developers * Complete COMP 1850 first or have equivalent HTML knowledge prior to enrolling in other courses. If you already have the skills taught in COMP 1850, then begin with COMP 1950 and complete one elective to make up the credits.

COMPUTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (CST)

bcit.ca/cas/computingparttime/credentials/ladder 604.432.8465 The School of Computing offers part-time students the opportunity to complete either standalone credential programs or a series of smaller credentials leading to a diploma or bachelor’s degree. Students who complete the CST diploma may then apply for and earn the bachelor’s degree on either a full- or parttime basis.

COMPUTER SYSTEMS –CST BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/study/programs/cstbtechpts 604.432.8644 The Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems is built on top of the CST Diploma of Technology and can be completed full or part time. It offers students several popular specialization areas including: computer graphics, database, distributed systems, human computer interface, network security administration, and network security development. The Games Development specialization is full time with only a few part-time courses offered. Visit our web page for more information.

Courses offered this term: COMP 3673 CST Foundations 3 COMP 7006 Network Security Administration 1 COMP 7071 Database Design COMP 7081 Technical Issues in Software Development COMP 7401 Advanced Topics in Programming Methodology COMP 7615 Selected Topics in Computer Systems COMP 8021 Comparative Studies in GUI COMP 8045 Major Project 1 COMP 8046 Major Project 2 COMP 8081 Management Issues in Software Engineering

CST summer courses offered this term:

COMP 8505 Special Topics in Network Security Development

COMP 1113 Applied Mathematics

COMP 8506 Special Topics in Network Design Implementation

COMP 1630 Relational Database Design and SQL

COMP 8531 Special Topics in Wireless Mobile Applications

COMP 2121 Discrete Mathematics

COMP 8561 Advanced Topics in Distributed Systems

COMP 2511 Procedural Programming in C

COMP 8571 Selected Topics in Database

COMP 2526 OO Programing with Java COMP 2825 Computer Architecture COMP 3479 C++ for C Programmers COMP 3761 Algorithm Analysis and Design COMP 3831 Object Oriented Analysis and Design COMP 4731 Operating Systems for CST

COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFO SESSIONS Explore our programs, talk to faculty and staff. Details: bcit.ca/infosessions COMPUTING and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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ENGINEERING and TECHNICAL STUDIES Engineering and Technical Studies involves mathematics and science in designing, building, maintaining, and managing the many things we encounter in our daily lives, from the buildings around us to the latest electronic devices. After you qualify as a technician or technologist through a certificate or diploma program, enrol to complete advanced studies or a degree. AREAS OF STUDY >> Architectural and Building Engineering Technology >> CAD Training Centre >> Civil Engineering and Civil Technology >> Construction Management >> Customized Industry Training >> Electronics >> Engineering Technologies >> Environmental Engineering Technology >> Fire Protection >> Fluid Power >> Interior Design >> Maintenance Management >> Manufacturing >> Mechanical >> Mechanical Systems >> Nondestructive Testing >> Oil and Gas Processing >> Power Engineering

CUSTOMIZED INDUSTRY TRAINING SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT

ARCHITECTURAL AND BUILDING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

bcit.ca/construction/industry 604.412.7492

604.412.7477

Are you looking for flexible, cost-effective training solutions customized to meet the needs of your organization? The School of Construction and the Environment will customize a training program for your organization based on any of our current programs of study. Training programs range in duration from a half-day to six months and are offered in both full- and part-time formats. Work with us to build your human resource capacity, prepare for growth or change, comply with policy developments, and eliminate travel expenses often associated with professional development. Contact us to discuss training opportunities in areas such as:

Learn more at an information session. Visit bcit.ca/infosessions to register.

> >Aboriginal Training > >Architectural and Building Engineering > >Construction Operations and Management > >Public Works and Infrastructure Management. SCHOOL OF ENERGY bcit.ca/energy/industry 604.432.8769 The School of Energy invites you to contact our Industry Services Department to discuss employee testing, training, or upgrading needs. We offer a range of programs, full or part time, at your site or ours. We offer face-to-face, online or distance-education formats to meet your training needs in the energy, electrical, mechanical, and process sectors.

ARCHITECTURAL AND BUILDING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY–CERTIFICATE OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/5910certt Take this program if you want to advance your career or are currently working in designing/building offices for homes and small commercial projects, material supplier and installer companies, estimating, real estate marketing, property management, and municipal offices.

Courses offered this term: BLDC 1050 Materials and Methods 1 BLDC 1200 Construction 1A BLDC 1205 Construction 1B BLDC 1300 Estimating 1 BLDC 1500 BC Building Code: Part 9 (SFD) BLDC 2000 Architectural Planning 1 BLDC 2005 Architectural Planning 2 BLDC 2050 Materials and Methods 2 BLDC 2300 Estimating 2 BLDC 2400 Architectural CAD 1 BLDC 2405 Architectural CAD 2 BLDC 3050 Building Envelope Performance BLDT 2011 Construction Documents and Contracts DRFT 1000 Architectural Drafting

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Approved electives offered this term: BLDC 3060 Building Envelope Laboratory BLDG 1008 Residential Landscape Design BLDG 1825 BC Building Code: Multi-Unit and Small Buildings BLDG 1830 BC Building Code: Part 3 Introduction BLDG 1835 BC Building Code: Part 3 Advanced BLDG 2800 Autodesk Revit BLDG 2805 Autodesk Revit 2 BLDG 3400 Architectural CAD 3 (3D) BLDG 3405 Architectural CAD Rendering BLDG 3840 Computer Construction Estimating GROW 1000 Green Roofs–Details, Installation, and Maintenance

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

BLDC 2405 Architectural CAD 2 DRFT 1000 Architectural Drafting

BUILDING ENGINEERING/BUILDING SCIENCE –MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE bcit.ca/m200masc 604.432.8645 This program offers a unique interdisciplinary approach that combines the theory and practical skills necessary to deliver durable, healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient buildings. This two-year, full-time program may be studied on a part-time basis to be completed within five years. Students who meet the entry requirements but who do not wish to enrol in the program, may register for a total of two courses with departmental approval.

Courses offered this term: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

BSCI 9000 Building Science 1 F BSCI 9020 Building Materials F

bcit.ca/515gacert

BSCI 9050 Research Methods F

Gain a competency skill level to work in the field of housing and small building design and construction. Take this program if you want to advance your career or are currently working in designing/building offices, with construction documents, with material suppliers and installers, in estimating, and in municipal offices. All credits earned may be applied to the Architectural and Building Engineering Technology Certificate.

BSCI 9060 Advanced Acoustics F

Courses offered this term: BLDC 1050 Materials and Methods 1 BLDC 1200 Construction 1A BLDC 1205 Construction 1B BLDC 1300 Estimating 1 BLDC 1500 BC Building Code: Part 9 (SFD) BLDC 2050 Materials and Methods 2

BUILDING DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURAL CAD –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/515hacert This program will provide you with a competency skill level to work in the field of housing design and presentation graphics. Take this program if you want to advance your career or are currently working in home design offices, with material suppliers, in retail and real estate marketing, and in municipal offices. All credits earned may be applied to the Architectural and Building Engineering Technology Associate Certificate.

BSCI 9100

Building Science 2* W

BSCI 9210

Building Envelope 2†

S

* The prerequisite for BCSI 9100 is Building Science 1. † The prerequisite for BCSI 9210 is Building Envelope 1.

BUILDING SCIENCE–MASTER OF ENGINEERING bcit.ca/m100meng 604.432.8645 This program is designed to provide students from various engineering disciplines with a set of advanced knowledge and skills to achieve a holistic understanding of building performance through a core component of courses, specialized elective technical courses, and a research project. This one-year, full-time program may be studied on a part-time basis to be completed within five years. Students who meet the entry requirements but who do not wish to enrol in the program may register for a total of two courses with departmental approval.

Courses offered this term: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

BSCI 9000 Building Science 1 F BSCI 9020 Building Materials F BSCI 9050 Research Methods F BSCI 9060 Advanced Acoustics F BSCI 9100

Building Science 2* W

Courses offered this term:

BSCI 9210

Building Envelope 2† S

BLDC 1200 Construction 1A

* The prerequisite for BSCI 9100 is Building Science 1.

BLDC 2000 Architectural Planning 1

† The prerequisite for BSCI 9210 is Building Envelope 1.

BLDC 2005 Architectural Planning 2 BLDC 2400 Architectural CAD 1

ENGINEERING and TECHNICAL STUDIES

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CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/7720acert BCIT and the Vancouver Regional Construction Association jointly offer a multi-level, part-time training program for people who wish to enter the construction industry, or for those in the industry wishing to enhance their career potential. This program is open to anyone, subject to minimum entrance requirements (Grade 10 math and English), and is specifically designed to accommodate individuals with a trades background. The program consists of 18 credits of required courses and a minimum six credits of electives.

Courses offered this term: BLDT 1011 Applied Construction Mathematics BLDT 1021 Construction Drawings BLDT 1031 Site Processes in Construction BLDT 1041 Basic Estimating with Computer Applications BLDT 1051 Technical Writing and Communications BLDT 1061 Basic Management and Ethics Elective courses offered this term: BLDT 1071 Introduction to Computers in Construction BLDT 1081 Introduction to Green Building Construction Practices

CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

BLDG 2915 House Inspection 1

If you have completed the Construction Operations program, this is the next step to advance your career. This program provides you with the skills and knowledge to successfully supervise many aspects of construction operations. Job opportunities are varied and an increasing number of employers are looking for employees who have successfully completed the program.

BLDG 2925 House Inspection 2

Courses offered this term:

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN TECHNOLOGY –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

BLDT 2011 Construction Documents and Contracts BLDT 2021 Basic Project Management Skills BLDT 2031 Technical Writing and Interpersonal Skills BLDT 2041 Basic Construction Design Principles BLDT 2051 Construction Materials and Assemblies BLDT 2061 Computer Applications in Construction BLDT 2071 Safety Legislation BLDT 2081 Environmental Legislation BLDT 2091 Construction Estimating

HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES 604.412.7411

GROW 1000 Green Roofs–Details, Installation, and Maintenance SURV 1104 Basic Surveying with Total Stations

Courses offered this term:

SURV 5108 Fundamentals of Surveying

BLDG 0001 Building Your Own House

BLDG 1830 BC Building Code: Part 3 Introduction

BLDG 2945 House Inspection 4: Field Inspection

CAD TRAINING CENTRE bcit.ca/cad 604.432.8828 BCIT’s CAD Training Centre is an Autodesk Authorized Training Centre that offers introductory to advanced AutoCAD training. Specialized courses for mechanical design are also offered for Autodesk® Inventor® and SolidWorks®. Start by taking individual courses, then enrol in the associate certificate program.

Courses offered this term: AICO 1000 AutoCAD 1 AICO 2000 AutoCAD 2 AICO 3001 AutoCAD 3D AICO 3010

AutoCAD: Advanced

AICO 3025 Revit MEP AICO 4044 Autodesk Inventor AICO 4048 SolidWorks 1 AICO 4148

Solidworks 2

AICO 4348 FEA with Solidworks

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND CIVIL TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/civil 604.431.4969

BLDG 1008 Residential Landscape Design

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

GROW 1000 Green Roofs–Details, Installation, and Maintenance

HOUSE INSPECTION COURSES

Work towards your certificate, diploma, or degree on a part-time basis. View our programs: bcit.ca/pts

BLDG 2935 House Inspection 3: Report Writing

BLDG 0004 Residential Blueprint Reading GROW 0001 Green Roofs–Concepts, Systems, and Incentives

EARN A CREDENTIAL IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL STUDIES

BLDC 1500 BC Building Code: Part 9 (SFD)

bcit.ca/7730acert

This series of courses is aimed at homeowners, property managers, contractors, and others interested in smallscale residential design and improvement. The courses require no prerequisites and may be taken in any order. These short, introductory courses are offered in this series on a credit and non-credit basis.

BLDT 1091 Organizational Behaviour in Construction Industry

Courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/5610nobcit 604.412.7477 BCIT, in cooperation with the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC), offers a series of courses in the inspection field. BCIT offers the following courses that meet the academic requirements of ASTTBC for (CHI) Certification. A final grade of 70% in each course is required by ASTTBC. For specifics on requirements for certification, please contact ASTTBC, 604.585.2788 or email techinfo@asttbc.org

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bcit.ca/5410icert Throughout the year, we offer courses in soil mechanics, hydraulics, hydrology, concrete, steel, timber, asphalt, water supply, road design, contract administration, and land subdivision and development.

Courses offered this term: CIVL 1060

Applied Hydrology

CIVL 2023

Concrete Technology

CIVL 2121

Stress Analysis 1

CIVL 2130

Civil Project Estimating

CIVL 3150

Subdivision Planning

ENGINEERING and TECHNICAL STUDIES


PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS bcit.ca/study/programs/publicworks 604.431.4969 These courses are aimed at municipal workers who want to increase their knowledge of the operational and maintenance aspects of municipal infrastructure.

Courses offered this term: PUBW 1001 Introduction to Public Works Operations PUBW 1105 Waste Water Operator 1

INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT –MASTER OF SCIENCE

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/0055nobcit 604.453.4016 Arezou_Pouria@bcit.ca Offered in partnership with the University of Bath (UK), this program contains units on management, economics, law, human resources, and strategy in construction. This program is offered in distance learning format with two residential sessions.

PUBW 1114 Water Operator 1

ELECTRONICS

PUBW 1141 Municipal Plan Reading

ELECTRONICS–BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

PUBW 2121 Roadworks Maintenance 2 PUBW 4550 Public Works Inspection

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY –DISTANCE EDUCATION bcit.ca/construction/study/options/distance 1.800.663.3606

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING –BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

bcit.ca/8060btech 604.432.8539 Learn the skills you need to be part of an engineering team working on the investigation and clean-up of existing environmental problems or the planning, design, and construction of new projects in order to minimize environmental damage.

Second-generation* courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/8900btech 604.451.6892

EENG 7220 Industrial Ecology

This degree program develops strong analytical foundations in mathematics, physics, and engineering science as well as engineering-level design knowledge in electrical, automation, and communication systems.

EENG 7242 Groundwater Modeling

Courses offered this term:

EENG 8223 Solar and Wind Power

ELEX 8140 Mobile Communications

EENG 8221 Introduction to Green Building and Infrastructure EENG 8222 Run of River IPP

We offer flexible, self-paced distance education courses in civil technology. You may enrol in various courses at any time and have up to one year from the registration date to complete any course. Courses are available this term in the following program areas: graphical communications, transportation planning, construction contracts, aggregates, concrete technology, soils technology, and subdivision planning or design.

ELEX 8285 Power System Protection

EENG 8224 Optimizing and Specifying Geo-Exchange Systems

ELEX 8300 Industry Project

EENG 8255 Drinking Water Treatment

FMGT 8295 Engineering Economics

EENG 8260 Integrated Solid Waste Management

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

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EENG 8281 Risk Assessment and Management

Study theoretical and practical courses in electrical, electronics, and computer engineering. All of the following courses can carry credits towards the full-time diploma program, and selected ones can be used as credits in the Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering program.

EENG 8291 Industrial Air Pollution Control Techniques

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT –BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/cm 604.432.8351 Graduates will be able to select and manage suitable construction projects with education in human resources, scheduling, law, labour relations, equipment management, and business skills.

Courses offered this term: CMGT 7100 Construction Project Controls 1 CMGT 7110 Construction Project Controls 2 CMGT 7125 Construction Schedule and Delay Analysis CMGT 7205 Construction Equipment Management CMGT 7330 Finance for Construction Managers CMGT 7420 Construction Law and Ethics CMGT 7640 Environmental Issues 1 CMGT 7650 Environmental Issues 2 CMGT 7800 Project Reports CMGT 8050 Budgeting/Conceptual Estimating CMGT 8060 Risk Management in Design and Construction of Buildings CMGT 8700 Project Proposals CMGT 8800 Industry-Based Project

ENGINEERING and TECHNICAL STUDIES

EENG 8262 Landfill Design and Operation

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES

EENG 8272 Contaminated Site Remediation

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

EENG 8273 Sampling Methods for Contaminated Sites

Courses offered this term: ELEX 1105 Circuit Analysis 1 ELEX 1115

Digital Techniques 1

ELEX 2115 Digital Techniques 2 ELEX 2120 Electronics Circuits 1 ELEX 2125 C Programming for Electronics ELEX 3305 Microcontroller Systems 1

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS eeinfo@bcit.ca 604.432.8237 These two courses are intended for those who require a basic working knowledge of electronics for their jobs or those who want to learn more about electronics. Students earn a Statement of Completion in Electronics (Basics) upon successful completion of both courses.

Courses offered this term: TELX 1175

Electronics: Passive Devices

TELX 1176

Electronics: Solid-State Devices

EENG 8294 Applied Meteorology and Climatology * Refer to our web page for important information on applying to firstor second-generation courses.

FIRE PROTECTION FIRE PROTECTION INSPECTION AND TESTING –ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/675facert 604.432.8521 Learn the latest industry standards and systems. Many of these courses meet part of the basic academic competencies required for certification by the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC (ASTTBC) as a Fire Protection Technician in appropriate disciplines.

Courses offered this term: FIRE 1050

Electrical and Electronics for Fire Protection Inspection

FIRE 1075

BC Fire Code 1

FIRE 2075

BC Fire Code 2

FIRE 2077

Emergency Lighting Systems

FIRE 2080

AutoSprinkler/Standpipe Testing

FIRE 2084

Fire Alarm Systems: Inspection and Testing

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FLUID POWER

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.432.8521 Interested in hydraulics and pneumatics? We offer courses in fluid power to help prepare you for the certification exams offered by the Fluid Power Society. The courses are modular in nature and, when combined, can be used for transfer credit in trades and technology programs at BCIT. For more information, email mechtech@bcit.ca

Upon completion of the Interior Design Certificate, you can proceed to the Interior Design Diploma of Technology program by completing the following four bridging courses. Students must complete the certificate and the four bridging courses to complete the first year of the diploma.

Bridging courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

Course offered this term:

INTD 1360 Computer Technology for Interior Design S F W

FPWR 3050 Mechatronic Control of Pneumatic Systems

INTD 2330 Business Practices

S F W

INTD 2460 Construction Drawings 2

S F W

INTD 2600 Introduction to Commercial Design

S F W

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS See the Applied and Natural Sciences section, page 12.

GEOMATICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY See the Applied and Natural Sciences section, page 12.

INTERIOR DESIGN INTERIOR DESIGN–CERTIFICATE

INTERIOR DESIGN–DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/6160pdiplt The diploma program focuses on commercial design and emphasizes the technical information and skills required to obtain work in the interior design field. The certificate and bridging courses are prerequisites for the diploma.

bcit.ca/6160mcert 604.456.8150

Courses offered this year:

Seeking employment in the residential retail interior design field? This program will provide you with an efficient means of entry into interior design and related fields. Students can start the program in winter, spring/ summer, and fall.

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

Courses offered this year: SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

AICO 1160

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

AutoCAD for Interior Design

S F W

FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14–W

BLDG 2800 Autodesk Revit*

S F W

COMM 2320 Communications 2 for Interior Design

S W

INTD 3100

Design Theory 2 F W

INTD 3110

Graphic Presentation 2 F W

INTD 3300 Commercial Design Studio A

S W

INTD 3310

S F

Materials and Environmental Factors

COMM 1120 Communication 1 for Interior Design

S F W

INTD 1100

Design Theory 1

S F W

INTD 1110

Fibres and Fabrics

S F W

INTD 3340 3D Computer Rendering for Interior Design S

INTD 1115

Base Building Materials

S F W

INTD 3345 Vector Works for Interior Design F

INTD 1145

Visual Communication 1: Drafting Elements

S F W

INTD 1230 Introduction to Lighting

S F W

INTD 1245 Visual Communication 2: Drafting Applications

S F W

INTD 4320 Construction Drawings 3

S W

INTD 1310

S F W

INTD 4330 Lighting 2

S W

Freehand Drawing

INTD 3330 Lighting 1 F W

INTD 3370 Design History 2

S F

INTD 4300 Commercial Design Studio B F W INTD 4310

Interior Construction and Renovation

S F

INTD 4340 Project Management W

INTD 1345 Visual Communication 3: Drafting Graphics

S F W

INTD 4350 Millwork Drawing and Furniture Design F W

INTD 1370

Design History 1

S F W

INTD 2130

Colour for Interior Design

S F W

INTD 4360 Building Codes and Barrier-Free for Interior Design

INTD 2300 Residential Studio A

S F W

INTD 4370 Marketing and Practicum S

INTD 2320 Graphic Presentation 1

S F W

INTD 4600 Commercial Directed Studies Project S

INTD 2350 Detailing and Construction Materials

S F W

JOIN 4350

Joinery Fundamentals for Interior Design F W

INTD 2360 Construction Drawings 1

S F W

LIBS 7001

Critical Reading and Writing

INTD 2400 Residential Studio B

S F W

* This is an elective course that can be taken by Interior Design students instead of Vector Works for Interior Design (INTD 3345).

INTD 2500 Residential Directed Studies Project

S F W

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S W

S F W

ENGINEERING and TECHNICAL STUDIES


MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

bcit.ca/5020nobcit 604.432.8521 The Maintenance Management Professional certification program is a series of modules developed by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada. If you aspire to a management position, or work in maintenance management and want formal training, this is the program for you.

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

POWER ENGINEERING

bcit.ca/energy/powereng 604.456.8027

Courses offered this term:

Gain skills in the area of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for buildings as well as energy efficiency. The courses are designed for students with a background in architecture, engineering, and construction. Take one course or work towards the associate certificate.

PEMA 1000 Maintenance Management: Introduction

Courses offered this term:

PEMA 2010 Human Resources Management for the Maintenance Manager

AICO 3025 Revit MEP

Power engineers operate, maintain, and manage industrial power and process plants. These plants are associated with various industries such as pulp and paper, chemical manufacturing, food processing, electrical generation, petroleum refining, institutional mechanical systems, and others. Provincial regulations require that plant personnel be certified prior to assuming positions of responsibility in the operating of fired pressure equipment. Power Engineering courses prepare you for certification by the BC Safety Authority.

MSYS 2040 Mechanical Systems for Buildings

Courses offered this term:

PEMA 3020 Computerized Maintenance Management

MANUFACTURING MANUFACTURING–BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY bcit.ca/btechmfg 604.432.8521

bcit.ca/6760acert 604.432.8521

MSYS 3020 Air Conditioning Systems 1

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING

bcit.ca/5025nobcit 604.456.8027

This program provides an avenue for graduate technologists and engineers to enhance their technical and management skills in production design and manufacturing processes.

These courses meet the recommended training course guidelines of the Canadian Government Specifications Board and assume candidates possess basic mathematical skills and prior knowledge of materials and processes.

Courses offered this term:

Courses offered this term:

MTEC 7017 Inspection Methods for Quality Control

NDTE 2178 Magnetic Particle Inspection Levels 1 and 2

MTEC 7040 Introduction to Finite Element Method

NDTE 2180 Exposure Device Operator Training

MTEC 7092 Degree Project Planning and Management

MECHANICAL

OIL AND GAS PROCESSING 604.431.4929

MECH 2240 Strength of Materials

These courses provide an opportunity for individuals who wish to gain fundamental practical knowledge about the processes, equipment, technologies, regulations, and safety requirements used in Western Canada’s oil and gas industry. Some courses will allow a focus on either the oil or natural gas aspects of the industry. The emphasis is on practical plant and equipment operations. Some courses are computer-delivered and require computer and modelling access.

MECH 2241 Engineering Mechanics 2

Courses offered this term:

ROBT 3050 ControlLogix PLC Programming

OAGP 1001 Oil and Gas Industry Overview

bcit.ca/mechanicalengineering 604.432.8521 Choose from a variety of fundamental to advanced courses in mechanical engineering to grow your career or prepare for entrance to a full-time program.

Courses offered this term: MECH 1000 Drafting Fundamentals for Mechanical

POWR 0107 Boiler Safety Awareness POWR 0108 Refrigeration Safety Awareness

POWER ENGINEERING–DISTANCE EDUCATION bcit.ca/files/energy/powereng/pdf/ powerenginfo_2011_final.pdf 604.432.8390 Move your power engineering career forward by upgrading to a higher level of certification. Power Engineering distance education courses blend traditional correspondence materials with web-based assignments and assessments. Programs prepare you to write the Power Engineering Certification examinations in BC and other provinces. You must satisfy all of the BC Safety Authority requirements for practical qualifying experience relative to the level of certificate for which you are planning to write. Download the PDF for details on programs including Refrigeration Plant Operator and Fifth to First Class.

OAGP 2002 Oil and Gas Environment and Regulations

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HEALTH SCIENCES

BASIC HEALTH SCIENCES

CARDIAC SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES

These courses can help you upgrade your knowledge and skills, or meet prerequisites for entrance to health sciences programs.

BHSC 0100 Human Biology

We offer a diploma in non-invasive cardiology, a postdiploma in cardiovascular technology, and a post-diploma certificate in pacemaker technology. For complete details and additional courses, please visit our web pages or call 604.434.1610 or 1.866.434.1610 (toll free) to leave your name and number for a program advisor to return your call.

BHSC 1119 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology

CARDIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY–DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY

BHSC 1146 Human Behaviour

bcit.ca/530adiplt

BHSC 2219 Anatomy and Physiology for Cardiology

CARDIOVASCULAR PERFUSION –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE

bcit.ca/health/study 604.432.8831

Courses offered this term: BHSC 0012 Biology 12 Challenge Exam

BHSC 3302 Cardiac Pathophysiology

bcit.ca/health/study 604.434.1610

The field of health sciences encompasses protection, diagnosis, treatment, therapy, and management. The discipline includes professionals who are dedicated to preventing disease and accidents, practitioners who contribute to successful medical treatments, and managers who keep everything on track. We offer the widest choice of health sciences programs in BC, and many of our programs are the only ones of their kind. AREAS OF STUDY >> Basic Health Sciences >> Cardiac Science Technologies >> Dental Office Receptionist >> Health Care Management >> Medical Imaging >> Medical Laboratory Science >> Medical Office Assistant

bcit.ca/6820ascert

>> Nuclear Medicine

CARDIOVASCULAR TECHNOLOGY –DIPLOMA OF TECHNOLOGY

>> Occupational Health and Safety

BHSC 7602 Sectional Anatomy of the Neck and Thorax BHSC 7603 Sectional Anatomy of the Head

bcit.ca/530bdiplt

BHSC 7601 Sectional Anatomy of the Abdomen and Pelvis

>> Specialty Nursing

BHSC 7604 Sectional Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System PSYC 1101 Introductory Psychology 1 PSYC 1102 Introductory Psychology 2

EARN A CREDENTIAL IN HEALTH SCIENCES Work towards your certificate, diploma, or degree on a part-time basis. View our programs: bcit.ca/pts

HEALTH SCIENCES

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PACEMAKER TECHNOLOGY –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/7860ascert

HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT

bcit.ca/health/hcm hcm@bcit.ca

Distance education courses offered this term by guided/ online/D2L learning:

HEALTH LEADERSHIP–ADVANCED CERTIFICATE

BHSC 1119 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology

CARD 2202 Cardiology Diagnostic Testing Methodology

These programs and courses are designed to inspire and educate health leaders who wish to develop their leadership and management skills and foster positive change for a sustainable health system. Our courses provide opportunities for applied learning to ensure that students graduate not only with sound theoretical knowledge but also with the competencies to apply that knowledge immediately in the workforce. Students are expected to achieve learning outcomes at the equivalent of third- and fourth-year level of post-secondary studies. Courses are based on the LEADS in a Caring Environment Framework, a leadership capability profile that originated in British Columbia and has been adopted across Canada. To determine if these courses and programs are for you, request an assessment through our web page: bcit.ca/health/hcm

CARD 3205 Introduction to Health Informatics

Courses offered this term:

BHSC 1146 Human Behaviour BHSC 2219 Anatomy and Physiology for Cardiology BHSC 3302 Cardiac Pathophysiology BMET 1107 Basic Cardiac Instrumentation and Electricity CARD 1101 Introduction to Cardiology CARD 1103 Medical Terminology CARD 1186 Patient Care for Allied Health CARD 1285 Communication for Allied Health Professionals CARD 2201 ECG Interpretation

CARD 3280 Introduction to Cardiac Rehabilitation CARD 3330 Electrocardiography and Pacemakers CARD 3360 Cardiac Pharmacology CARD 4201 Concepts in Ambulatory ECG CARD 4202 Concepts in Exercise Tolerance Testing CARD 4203 Concepts in Pacemakers CARD 5301 Concepts in Electrophysiology CARD 5302 Pacemaker/ICD Implant CARD 5303 Pacemaker/ICD Follow-up CARD 5304 Pacemaker/ICD Case Studies

DENTAL OFFICE RECEPTIONIST

bcit.ca/6860adcert

HLED 7110 Fundamentals for Emerging Health Leaders HLED 7120 Canadian Health System HLED 7130 Leading Health Professionals HLED 7270 Project Leadership in Health Care HLED 8280 Leadership Integrative Project

MEDICAL IMAGING COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/5840ascert

MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING –ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATE bcit.ca/7950ascert

bcit.ca/comp0285,comp0885,comp0985

MEDICAL IMAGING–BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

Do you have the ability to multitask, strong attention to detail, and well-developed communication skills? Prepare for a new career as a dental receptionist in just a few months part time. Gain hands-on experience in dental computer office reception procedures, insurance, and billing.

bcit.ca/8300btech 604.432.8727

Students who successfully complete these three courses will receive a BCIT Statement of Completion.

Significant technical and clinical developments in medical imaging technology have dramatically increased the skills and responsibilities required of imaging technologists. In many parts of the world, baccalaureate education is now the standard for medical imaging technologists. This program provides formal recognition of the high level of education required by the profession.

Courses offered this term: COMP 0285 Dental Office Computer Systems COMP 0885 Dental Office Receptionist COMP 0985 Dental Office Insurance Billing Systems

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Distance education courses offered this term by guided learning: BHSC 7601 Sectional Anatomy of the Abdomen and Pelvis BHSC 7602 Sectional Anatomy of the Neck and Thorax BHSC 7603 Sectional Anatomy of the Head BHSC 7604 Sectional Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System MIMG 7004 Advanced Topics in Patient Care MIMG 7006 Understanding Research in Health Sciences MIMG 7007 Image Quality in Diagnostic Radiology MIMG 7008 Research Project MIMG 7010 Quality Assurance in Diagnostic Radiology MIMG 7013 PACS for Technologists MIMG 7101 Advances in Special Procedures

NUCLEAR MEDICINE

bcit.ca/6700diplt 604.432.8727 BCIT has trained students for nuclear medicine technologist positions in BC and the rest of Canada for almost 30 years. We offer these advanced programs and courses to further your development.

Courses offered this term: NMED 0516 Transportation of Dangerous Goods–Radioactive Materials NMED 1117 Basic Venipuncture for Allied Health Professionals NMED 5160 Radiation Safety Officer Practice NMED 5161 RSO Administration NMED 5511 PET Clinical Applications

MIMG 7200 Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1: Physical Principles and Instrumentation

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

MIMG 7202 Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Imaging Techniques QC and Artifacts

Trained safety professionals are in demand. This program has been training students for industry for 30 years. Our 45-credit certificate program, delivered via distance education, allows students to work full time while studying. We also offer a few specialized classroom-based courses at Burnaby Campus.

MIMG 7204 Magnetic Resonance Imaging: MR Procedures and Clinical Applications MIMG 7300 Computed Tomography 1 MIMG 7301 Computed Tomography 2: Clinical Applications MIMG 7500 Bone Densitometry

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE FOR INTERNATIONALLY TRAINED PROFESSIONALS

bcit.ca/study/programs/6565certt 604.451.6983 Please email Heather_McMullen@bcit.ca for information.

bcit.ca/6850cert 604.432.8429

Distance education blended courses (print with online D2L component) offered this term:

OFFC 1002 Anatomy and Terminology 2 OFFC 1004 Medical Billing OFFC 1006 Medical Office Practice OFFC 1020 Transcription OFFC 1040 Clinical Procedures OFFC 1050 Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) Management OFFC 1060 Medical Documentation

OCHS 4340 Occupational Hygiene Lab

SPECIALTY NURSING BCIT offers specialty nursing programs leading to Advanced Specialty Certificates and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in areas including: Critical Care, Emergency, High Acuity, Neonatal, Nephrology, Occupational Health, Pediatric, Perinatal, and Perioperative.

ADVANCED SPECIALTY CERTIFICATES SPECIALTY NURSING–CRITICAL CARE bcit.ca/680dascert 604.451.7103

SPECIALTY NURSING–EMERGENCY bcit.ca/680eascert 604.451.7094

SPECIALTY NURSING–HIGH ACUITY bcit.ca/680wascert 604.454.2230

SPECIALTY NURSING–NEONATAL bcit.ca/680fascert 604.432.8982

SPECIALTY NURSING–NEPHROLOGY SPECIALTY NURSING–OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

OCHS 1100 BC OHS Legislation OCHS 1200 Accident Causation and Analysis OCHS 1600 Business Law OCHS 2100 OHS Legislation OCHS 2320 Workplace Hazards and Controls 1

OFFC 1001 Anatomy and Terminology 1

OCHS 3330 Industrial Audiometric Technician

OCHS 1020 CRSP Exam Preparation

MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT–ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

Courses offered this term:

OCHS 1410 Fire Extinguisher Service Technician

bcit.ca/680mascert 604.454.2230

OCHS 2200 Safety Program Design

This program is designed to provide students with the skills and resources necessary to acquire employment in the medical office field or to upgrade their existing skills with a few pertinent courses.

OCHS 0330 Industrial Audiometric Technician Refresher

OCHS 1000 OHS Fundamentals

MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT bcit.ca/6570acert 604.453.4032

Classroom-based courses offered this term:

OCHS 2340 Workplace Hazards and Controls 2 OCHS 2420 Hazardous Materials Management OCHS 2440 Emergency Preparedness and Response OCHS 3200 Safety System Analysis OCHS 3360 Workplace Hazards and Controls 3 OCHS 3520 Ergonomics OCHS 3620 Disability Case Management OCHS 4320 Occupational Hygiene OCHS 4360 Occupational Diseases OCHS 4420 Fire Safety 1 OCHS 4440 Fire Safety 2

bcit.ca/680hascert 604.432.8982

SPECIALTY NURSING–PEDIATRIC bcit.ca/680bascert 604.454.2230

SPECIALTY NURSING–PERINATAL bcit.ca/680cascert 604.451.7102

SPECIALTY NURSING–PERIOPERATIVE bcit.ca/680pascert 604.451.7102

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (BSN), SPECIALTY NURSING bcit.ca/specialtynursing 604.432.8982 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Specialty Nursing program at BCIT is the only program in Canada that combines a BSN degree with advanced specialty nursing education. Aimed at practicing diploma registered nurses, the program focuses on integrating theoretical constructs and processes, such as professionalism, communication, collaboration, growth, reflective critical thinking, and systematic enquiry into specialty nursing practice. Enrol on a course-by-course basis and take up to seven years to complete an advanced specialty certificate, which also forms the basis for a Bachelor of Science Nursing in Specialty Nursing.

OCHS 4520 Environmental Management

OFFC 2000 Practicum

HEALTH SCIENCES

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TRADES and APPRENTICESHIP

CUSTOMIZED INDUSTRY TRAINING SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT bcit.ca/construction/industry 604.412.7492 Are you looking for flexible, cost-effective training solutions to meet the needs of your organization? The School of Construction and the Environment will customize a training program for your organization based on any of our current programs of study. Training programs range in duration from a half-day to six months and are offered in both full- and part-time formats. Work with us to build your human resource capacity, prepare for growth or change, comply with policy developments, and eliminate travel expenses often associated with professional development. Contact us to discuss training opportunities in areas such as:

> >Aboriginal Training > >Carpentry > >Electrical > >Ironwork > >Joinery > >Piping > >Sheet Metal > >Steel Fabrication.

SCHOOL OF ENERGY bcit.ca/energy/industry 604.432.8769 The School of Energy invites you to contact our Industry Services Department to discuss employee testing, training, or upgrading needs. We offer a range of full- or part-time programs at your site or ours. Our face-to-face, online, or distance education formats can meet your training needs in the energy, electrical, mechanical, and process sectors.

SCHOOL OF TRANSPORTATION bcit.ca/transportation/industry For nearly 50 years, we’ve trained thousands through our corporate and industry services programs. We are experts in customized curriculum design and instructional delivery in the aerospace, automotive, marine, heavy duty, and rail sectors. Contact us to further explore your corporate training needs. We may have the solution for you.

> >Aerospace 604.419.3700 > >Marine 604.453.4122 > >Motive Power 604.432.8205

Now more than ever, companies are looking for individuals with certified training in the skilled trades. The trades sector encompasses industries including automotive, heavy equipment, rail, marine, construction, mechanical, and more. We work closely with industry advisors to develop our courses and programs—it’s one of the reasons our trades graduates are at the forefront of their fields. AREAS OF STUDY >> Access Programs >> Automotive Collision Repair/Refinishing >> Automotive Service Operations >> Automotive Service Technician >> Carpentry >> Commercial Transport Mechanic >> Customized Industry Training >> Drafting >> Electrical Trades >> Forklift Operator >> Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration >> Heavy Duty Mechanic >> Inboard/Outboard Mechanic >> Machinist >> Marine >> Millwright >> Motorcycle Mechanic >> Piping >> Power Equipment Mechanic >> Safety >> Welding

TRADES AND APPRENTICESHIP INFO SESSIONS Explore our programs, talk to faculty and staff. Details: bcit.ca/infosessions TRADES and APPRENTICESHIP

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ACCESS PROGRAMS

bcit.ca/transportation/access 604.451.7159 The Trades Learning Centre can help you prepare for the pre-test, trades, and apprenticeship programs at BCIT and elsewhere.

Courses offered this term: ACES 0011 Basic Trades Math ACES 0012 Intermediate Trades Math ACES 0013 Craft Trades Math ACES 0014 Technical Trades Math ACES 0020 Technical Literacy: Tools of the Trades

AIRPORT OPERATIONS See the Business and Media section, page 16.

AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR/REFINISHING

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205 Looking to develop your skill set in the auto collision repair field? We offer part-time courses in collision damage estimating, vehicle restoration, and customized refinishing.

Courses offered this term: ABOD 0101 Automotive Collision Estimator 1

AUTO 0091 Automotive Service Technician 1 CQ Refresher AUTO 0100 Automotive Service Technician IP Refresher AUTO 0129 Electronic Diesel Fuel Management AUTO 0134 Natural Gas Fuel Systems for Vehicles AUTO 0139 OBDII Advanced Diagnostics AUTO 0145 CFC Emissions in Automotive AUTO 0162 Customer Service Skills for Technicians AUTO 2200 Introduction to Electrical Testing AUTO 2211 Lab Scope Operation and Diagnostics CTMX 0110 Commercial Vehicle Inspector

TELC 0121 Math for Electricians 1 TELC 0122 Math for Electricians 2 TELC 0123 Math for Electricians 3 TELC 0130 Basic Motor Control TELC 0141

Security Systems

TELC 0144 Low Energy Electrical Worker TELC 0156 Variable Frequency Drives

TELC 0186 Programmable Logic Controllers 1

Course offered this term: CARP 0100 Carpentry C of Q Refresher

COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT MECHANIC

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

CTMX 0105 Air Brakes for Mechanics

CTMX 0100 Commercial Transport Mechanic CQ Refresher CTMX 0110 Commercial Vehicle Inspector CTMX 0112 Designated Inspection Facility Operator

DRAFTING

Courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.412.7411

AUTO 0143 Automotive Service Advisor

Do you want to learn, advance, or brush up on your drafting skills? Choose courses from introductory through to advanced drafting, and Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) training.

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN

Entertainment Industry Code (LE/FE)

TELC 0178 Electrical Apprentice Year 4 Theory Review

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE OPERATIONS

CTMX 0112 Designated Inspection Facility Operator

TELC 0113

If you are new to carpentry, or if you are a carpenter looking to build on your skill set or get a refresher, these courses will provide the fundamental theory and hands-on practice you will need to excel.

Courses offered this term:

AUTO 0160 Automotive Service Management 1

Electrical Code

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.412.7564

ABOD 0134 Vehicle Restoration: Refinishing

If you are working as an advisor, sales representative, or manager in the automotive service industry, or if you wish to pursue employment in this field, these courses are for you.

TELC 0107

TELC 0166 Advanced Motor Control

ABOD 0104 Aluminum Gas Metal Arc Welding

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

TELC 0105 Electrical IP/TQ Refresher

CARPENTRY

These courses advance your skills in the service and maintenance of commercial trucks, buses, and other mobile heavy-duty equipment.

ABOD 0103 Structural Diagnostics

Courses offered this term:

Course offered this term: DRFT 1000 Architectural Drafting

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

TELC 0182 Programmable Logic Controllers 2

CANADIAN FIRE ALARM TECHNICIAN PROGRAM If you are a fire alarm technician, the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) requires you to complete a five-subject, theory-based program of study. Certified electricians may take the mandatory course 1 (TELC 0175) and course 5 (TELC 0171). For further information about this program, please contact CFAA at 1.800.529.0552 or cfaa.ca

Courses offered this term: TELC 0171

CFAA: 1 An Introduction to the Fire Detection and Alarm Industry

TELC 0175 CFAA: 5 Fire Alarm Systems

FLUID POWER See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 44.

FORKLIFT OPERATOR

bcit.ca/transportation/motive/forklifttraining 604.432.8205 These courses are designed to prepare you or advance your skills for employment in the warehousing industry. Learn to safely operate forklifts and other warehouse mobile equipment and obtain certification.

Courses offered this term:

Try your hand at automotive mechanics, add to your skills, or refresh your knowledge.

ELECTRICAL TRADES

MEOP 1001 Forklift Operator 1–Inexperienced

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.456.1156

MEOP 1002 Forklift Operator 1–Experienced

Courses offered this term:

If you are an electrician looking to upgrade or prepare for certification exams, or if you are preparing for an electrical apprenticeship program, these courses are for you.

MEOP 1003 Forklift Operator Recertification

ASTP 1200 Math 1 ASTP 1201 Physics 1 ASTP 3450 Automotive Air Conditioning Systems

MEOP 1004 Electric Forklift Operator MEOP 1007 Filling Forklift Propane Cylinders

AUTO 0005 Vehicle Maintenance for Motorists

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HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION

Courses offered this year:

bcit.ca/2995stcomp 604.456.8027

MACH 1130 CNC Operator Level 1 F

The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC and R) industry designs, builds, maintains, and repairs essential indoor air-quality systems including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. As a result of the expanding markets for refrigeration and air conditioning and changing technology, there is heavy demand for qualified personnel both domestically and around the globe.

MACH 1131 CNC Operator Level 2 F

Courses offered this term: HVAC 0106 Basic Refrigeration Systems 3 HVAC 0110 Advanced Refrigeration Systems 1 HVAC 0145 CFC Emissions in Refrigeration Motor Maintenance

HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

MARINE

bcit.ca/transportation/marine 604.453.4111 Marine training offers a variety of full-time, part-time, and customized programs in navigation, marine engineering, seamanship, and maritime security. Courses are held on the North Shore waterfront at BCIT Marine Campus, 265 West Esplanade, North Vancouver.

ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION Course offered this term: ENAV 1020 SEN Limited

MARINE SECURITY

Advance your existing skills to obtain inter-provincial certification in this trade.

Courses offered this term:

HDMX 0100 Heavy Duty Mechanic CQ Refresher

INBOARD/OUTBOARD MECHANIC

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205 Own your own boat? Once a year, we offer an outboard motor maintenance course just prior to the recreational boating season.

Course offered this term: IOMX 0103 Outboard Motor Maintenance

MSEC 1010 Ship Security Officer Revised MSEC 1050 Company and Port Facility Officer

MILLWRIGHT

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.456.8027 Millwrights are often described as masters of all trades as they are expected to install, maintain, and repair all types of machinery in almost any industrial setting. The Millwright CQ Refresher course is intended to assist tradespeople in refreshing their theoretical knowledge of the millwright trade prior to writing the Millwright InterProvincial (Red Seal) endorsement examination.

MACHINIST

Courses offered this term:

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.456.8027

MILL 0101

Millwright CQ Refresher

Expand your skills as a machinist with the following courses. Learn engine lathe operations, milling machine operations, and more. Machine training is hands-on with theoretical work kept to a minimum.

MILL 1505

Hydraulics 1

Courses offered this term:

WINTER ’14–W

MACH 1132 CNC Operator Level 3 F

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

Course offered this term:

FALL ’13–F

MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

MACH 0110 Milling Machine Operator

Do you own a bike or have you always wanted to work with motorcycles? We offer general maintenance courses throughout the year.

MACH 0115 Advanced Lathe Operator

Courses offered this term:

MACH 0105 Lathe Operator

MACH 0116 Blueprint Reading for Machinists MACH 3103 Mastercam for 3D Machining

COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL (CNC) OPERATOR bcit.ca/1540stcomp 604.456.8027 Learn to operate CNC machines. Training is designed for experienced machinists and other tradespeople who wish to upgrade their skills in the operation, G codes programming, and conversational programming of CNC equipment. Upon successful completion of the following three courses, a statement of completion will be issued.

TRADES and APPRENTICESHIP

MCMX 0115 Motorcycle Maintenance 1 MCMX 0117 Motorcycle Maintenance 2

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 37.

OIL AND GAS PROCESSING See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 37.

GET TRAINING IN TRADES AND APPRENTICESHIP Work towards your certificate or diploma on a part-time basis. View our programs: bcit.ca/pts

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PIPING

bcit.ca/pts/trades 604.412.7564 Some of these courses will prepare you to gain certification or licenses.

Courses offered this term: PPGS 0120 Gas Appliance Certification PPGS 0121 Servicing Gas Forced Air Furnaces PPGS 0125 Plumbing Residential PPGS 0150 Cross Connection Control Recertification Challenge PPGS 0155 Cross Connection Control Recertification PPGS 1140 Hydronic System Design

POWER ENGINEERING See the Engineering and Technical Studies section, page 37.

POWER EQUIPMENT MECHANIC

Learn to maintain and make general engine repairs on lawn mowers, chainsaws, generator units, and other utilities powered by air-cooled two- and four-stroke engines.

PPGS 0220 Plumbing IP Training Course PPGS 1210 Introduction to Mechanical Insulation PPGS 1220 Applications of Mechanical Insulation PPGS 1230 Report Writing for Mechanical Insulation Inspectors

CNST 1100 Construction Safety Officer Training CNST 1104 Fast Track to Safety

WELDING

bcit.ca/construction/welding 604.412.7564

Course offered this year: FALL ’13–F

WINTER ’14 -W

PEMX 0105 Small Engine Powered Equipment Maintenance F

PPGS 1155 Cross Connection Control Distance education courses offered this term:

Courses offered this term: CNST 0101 Construction Safety Officer Recertification

bcit.ca/transportation/motive 604.432.8205

SPRING/SUMMER ’13–S

CNST 1100 and CNST 1104 are credit courses that can be applied to the Occupational Health and Safety Certificate program.

Learn basic welding and various forms of specialty welding. CSA-approved leather steel-toed boots and cotton coveralls are required.

Courses offered this term:

SAFETY

WELD 0102 Introduction to Welding

bcit.ca/constructionsafety 604.412.7564

WELD 0103 Oxyacetylene/Braze/Weld/Cut

Learn various aspects of safety, safety equipment, and WCB regulations. Complete the Construction Safety Officer Training (CNST 1100) course to receive a Statement of Completion and potentially expand your employment scope and role as a construction safety officer.

WELD 0104 Shielded Metal Arc Basic (Stick)

PPGS 1240 Practicum for Mechanical Insulation Inspectors

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WELD 0106 Gas Metal Arc Basic (MIG) WELD 0110 Gas Tungsten Arc Basic (TIG) WELD 0115 Aluminum Welding (GMAW) WELD 0120 Welding for the Artisan

TRADES and APPRENTICESHIP


BCIT Part-time Studies - Spring/Summer 2013  

BCIT part-time courses and programs in technology, trades, engineering, business, and health.

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