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Business Technology Management (BBTM)

Business Technology Management (BBTM)

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Our Business Technology Management (BTM) program is a specialized kind of business education. With smaller class sizes and leading-edge faculty who love to teach, BTM students take a foundational business curriculum and then specialize in using technology to help solve real-world business problems. BTM students are surrounded by intelligent peers, have access to industry leaders and fit right into Laurier’s tight-knit and welcoming community.

Graduate career-ready with quality job prospects, experience and in-demand skills that will set you apart in today's business world: critical thinking, interpersonal communication and collaboration skills.

Program Highlights

  • co-op-icon.jpgAutomatic entry into co-op. Many co-op job opportunities exist in high-tech companies and in the IT departments of other companies around Ontario.
  • Fourth-year students participate in case@BTM, an opportunity to engage in real-world problem solving with a specific business lens.
  • 93% of students are employed within 6 months of graduation.

First-Year Courses

  • Business in a Networked Society
  • Information Technology
  • Communication Skills for Leadership
  • Introduction to Strategic Management and Decision-Making
  • 2.0 non-BTM elective credits or equivalent

You will also be required to take foundational courses in Academic Literacy: Social Sciences and Humanities that we strongly encourage you to take in your first year to help you succeed in your upper-level BTM courses.

Admission Requirements

We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.

Ontario High School Curriculum

  • Minimum admission range: high 70s.
  • Competitive admission range, based on last year’s admitted students: mid 80s.
  • English at 70%.
  • Either: Advanced Functions or Calculus & Vectors at 70%.

Other Curriculums

Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.

Design Your Degree

There are a few popular academic opportunities which allow you to dive deeper into your major area of study or broaden your knowledge:

  • Leadership Option

Check out other options to enhance your degree.

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