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m Register online and s`ave $5 per course: www.bcit.ca 604-434-1610
uses and Locations
Burnaby and Downtown campuses offer year-round
registration for part-time courses. Surrey and Richmond
locations have limited registration services.
Please note: BClT uses the 24-hour clock
(e.g. 1730 means 5:30 p.m.)
Burna by/BBY
604-434-1610
3700 Willingdon Avenue,
Fax: 604-430-1331
Burnaby, B.C. V5G 3H2
Office Hours May 6-Aug. 11
Mon-Fri: 0830-1600
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays.
Regular Office Hours resume August 12
Sat: 0830-1230
Mon-Thr: 0830-1900
Closed on Holiday Weekends
Fri: 0830-1600
Downtown Campus/DTC
604-434-16 1 0
555 Seymour Street,
Fax: 604-687-2488
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3H6
Office Hours May 6-Aug. 11
Fri 0830-1630
Mon-Thr 0830-1700
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays.
Regular office hours resume on August 12
Fri 0830-1630
Mon-Thr 0830-1800
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays
604-453-4100
Pacific Marine Training Campus/PMT
265 West Esplanade,
Fax: 604-985-2862
North Vancouver, B.C. V7M 1A5
Registration Line: 604-453-4111
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0830-1530
Aerospace 4 Technology
604-419-3777/3704
Campus/ATC
Vancouver Airport (South Terminal)
Unit 200-5301 Airport Road South,
Fax: 604-278-5363
Richmond, B.C. V7B 185
Office %lours:Mon-Fri 0730-1600
Surrey/SRY, Registration
604-594-2000
Princess Margaret Secondary
12870-72nd Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V3W 2M9
Office Hours:
Mon-Thr 0900-2030
Saturday Closed
Closed during Julyand August.
Fri 0830-1200
Registration and courses held a t Princess Margaret
Senior Secondary.
Kester Grant Campus/KCC
604-877-0355
2412 Laurel Street,
Fax: 604-877-0375
Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 3T2
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 0900-1700
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays.
Please call 604-434-1610 to register for courses at:
B.C. Hydro Building
Auditorium D2, 333 Dunsmuir Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4N1
Howe Street Campus/HOW
549 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2C2
JIBC (JusticeInstitute of British Columbia)
715 McBride Blvd., New Westminster, B.C. V3L 5T4
Kwantlen University College/KUC
Langley Campus, 20901 Langley Bypass,
Langley, B.C. V3A 8C9
Langley Secondary School/LSS
21405-56th Avenue, Langley, B.C. V3A 4R3
Maple Ridge Secondary School/MRC
21 91 1-122nd Avenue, Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 3x2
Royal Centre
1055 Georgia Street (7th Floor), Vancouver, B.C. V6E 355
Vancouver Maple Leaf Language College (VLC)
815 West Hastings Street, Suite 250,
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 184
Classroom Locations
To find classroom locations, go to www.bcit.ca/rooms. Rooms
can change. Please be sure to check the day of your class.
Note: During the week of term start, student guides will be
located in the following areas to assist you.
Breezeway outside Registration and Information
NE: Front entrance
At the walkway near parking lot 7 between Broadcast
buildina SE6.
[email protected]
Campus Centre/SEZ and our online store w.bookstore.bcit.ca
BOOK-mark-it!
Burnaby Book-rush hours are listed a t w.bookstore.bcit.ca
or call 604-432-8379.
Detailed information on our return policy and on purchasing
used books is available on our Web site.
Satellite Locations
Downtown Campus
The Downtown campus operates a Bookroom on 2nd floor
(tel. 604-412-7799). Books are not always duplicated in
Burnaby. Please call the Downtown campus for hours.
Other satellite locations
It is best to come in to the Burnaby campus before your
class for best selection, and to take advantage of Bookstore
promotions and special value packages.
BClT Bookstore offers a satellite student delivery service. A
week's notice is appreciated to avoid disappointment or
delivery glitches.
If you are working towards completion of a particular program,
you would follow the list of required courses when making your
course selections. Once you have completed one to three of
your required courses you should complete an Application for
Program Approval which is availabk from the Registration and
Information department. You may also apply for course credit
on the Application for Program Approval Form. Once complete,
the application should be returned to Student Records with all
relevant documentation, e.g. official transcripts and course
outlines. The completed application will be reviewed and a
letter with your approved program of study will be sent to you.
Applications for program approval and transfer credit take 8 to
10 weeks to Drocess.
Contact Information
Web site and online store: www.bookstore.bcit.ca
Tel: 604-432-8379 during store hours
Fax: 604-432-7923
Voicemail/Message: 604-412-7402 voice-mail box to leave a
phone number for a call back, or e-mail: [email protected]
Libe.aLFy
604-432-8370
www.lib.bcit.ca
The BClT Library includes the Burnaby Campus Library as well
as specialized libraries a t the Pacific Marine Training Campus
and Aerospace and Technology Campus.
The Burnaby Campus Library offers quiet study areas,
information and research assistance, bookable group project
rooms and laptops, and a variety of services and resources in
the Microcomputer Centre on the First Floor.
Off site users have access to the Library catalogue, databases
and services such as holds and renewals through the Library's
Web site.
For more information and hours of service check the Library's
Web site at: www.lib.bcit.ca or phone 604-432-8557.
Burnaby Campus Library Hours (September t o May)
Mon-Thurs: 0730-2230; Fri 0730-1700; Sat & Sun: 0900-1700
Although every effort is made to ensure that the contents of
this Part-time Studies flyer are accurate a t the time of
publication, BClT reserves the right to make, without prior
notice, whatever changes are deemed necessary to the courses,
services or regulations. The Institute reserves the right to cancel
any course or service.
This Part-time Studies flyer is published for information only and
is not intended to be a complete statement of all procedures,
policies, rules and regulations, nor is it to be construed as an
irrevocable contract between the student and the Institute.
Students who wish to withdraw frotn a course after the refund
deadline must do s o officially, in writing, to Student Records.
Withdrawal will be allowed until two-thirds of the way through
the course and will result in a " W on the transcript. If
withdrawing after two-thirds of the way through the course, the
transcript will show "LW for Late Withdrawal. Neglecting to
withdraw officially will result in an "V" on the transcript. A "V"
indicates course abandonment and calculates as zero in your GPA.
To withdraw from a part-time course prior to the refund
deadline date, contact Registration and Information
604-434-1610. After the refund deadline date:
Student Records: 604-451-6959.
for courses: (1) Cash or Interac,
in person only, (2) Visa, Mastercard, American Express,
(3) Cheques and money orders, (4) Letter of authorization from
employer to be invoiced by BClT (:5) Web online registration
and payments by credit card through www.bcit.ca, (6) Phone
payments: 604-432-8732.
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Students who are completing a Part-time Studies certificate
program or are completing a Bachelor of Technology through
Part-time Studies are required to apply t o graduate. Please
obtain an "Application for Certification" form from Student
Records. This form must be completed and submitted to
Student Records, Burnaby campus (SW1-1585). Please allow 6-8
weeks for processing.
If you are completing a Bachelor of Technology program or a
Part-time Studies certificate program that is 45 credits or
higher, you are also eligible to attend the next available
Convocation ceremony. Note: you must submit your
"Application for Certification" form to Student Records by the
following deadline in order to attend:
For the June Ceremony; no later than the end of the first week
in May. For the February Ceremony; no later than the end of
the first week in January.
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schedule and fee receipt will be mailed to your
mailing address. Due to the volume, your receipt may be
delayed so you should attend the first scheduled night of class
unless otherwise notified. Please check the flyer for start dates or
with Registration and Information. For up-to-date classroom
information visit www.bcit.ca/rooms.
If a Visa, Mastercard or American Express has been declined, or
a cheque returned NSF, the student will be sent a letter of
notification. Further Registration and marks will be withheld
until outstanding balance is cleared.
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Students who complete gradable courses receive their marks
(Statement of Marks) a t their current mailing address. Please
allow 4 weeks for delivery. Current students and many past
students may also view their grades and unofficial transcripts
online at www.bcit.ca. Click on 'Check Your Grades' under the
'Current Students' heading.
Requests for official transcripts must be made in writing to the
Student Records Office (SW1-1585) and full payment must be
received in advance. For details on ordering transcripts call
604-432-8498or for an order form, visit
www. bcit.ca/download/forms/transcriptRequest.pdf.
Students who have outstanding financial, library or other
obligations to BClT will have their grades withheld until they
have paid all fees.
Course Audit
A student may audit a course with permission from the
instructor. A written request to the instructor must be submitted
by the second night of class. Auditing students are not formally
evaluated and do not write examinations; however, students are
expected to take part in classroom discussions and laboratory
exercises, maintain satisfactory attendance and pay the full
course fee. Auditing students do not receive credit for the
course, but receive a statement of marks with AUD indicated.
Once a student has declared audit status for a particular course,
Lhey may not change back to credit status a t any point during
the course for the term in which the student registered.
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d course cancellations and register early. The Institute
reserves the right to cancel courses if enrolments are
insufficient. A full tuition refund cheque will be mailed out for
cancelled courses. BCIT's cancellation policy will provide two
The language of instruction a t BClT is English. BClT
recommends that the level of English language proficiency
should be a t the B.C. Grade 12 English level. BClT has several
upgrading courses for students who wish to improve their
English language skills, including ESL training. For more
information, call 604-434-1610.
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All students are responsible for ensuring they have the
necessary prerequisites before undertaking any course.
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Courses taken through Part-time Studies may or may not lead
to certification. You may decide to take individual courses that
are of interest to you, or to follow a pre-determined series of
courses that lead to certification.
The total cost of the course includes tuition and other
mandatory fees such as:
Registration Fee:
$5 per
$ course will be
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Save the $5 registration fee per course by registering online
a t www.bcit.ca.
Part-time Student Activity Fee:
$3 per course a t Burnaby and the ATC Campuses.
$1.30 per course at locations other than Burnaby and the ATC.
$1 per course for distance education courses.
$2.15 per week for industry services at Burnaby and the
ATC Campuses.
8.90 per week for industry services courses a t other locations.
Building Fee:
$5 per course for courses that are less than 3 credits to a
maximum of $20 per term.
$10 per course for courses that are 3 or more credits to a
maximum of $20 per term.
OneCard Fee:
$2.50 per term to a maximum of $5 annually. It combines an
identification card with on-campus debit privileges and access
to retail discounts. For more information contact the BClT
OneCard office at 604-451-6890.
International Fees:
For Part-time Studies Internationalfee information, please refer
to the BClT International section of the Flyer (page 31).
a For Part-time Studies courses, students who do not hold a
Canadian Citizenship or permanent residence status pay 2.2
times the published course fee, excluding the building fee
and part-time student activity fee. Specialty Programs charge
1.25 times the published course fee. BClT International
programs have set fees regardless of the residency status.
Please check your fees a t the time of registration.
If a student's immigration status changes on or prior to
the refund deadline of a course, the differential fee will
be refunded.
Miscellaneous Fees:
NSF/Returned Cheques $50 Transcript $10
(plus $6 for each extra)
(See credit card declines)
Duplicate T2202A $25
Transfer/Change Fee
A $15 fee is charged when you request a course transfer/change.
Please ensure that you are registered in the correct course at the
time of registration. Your course transfer/change must be made
by the refund deadline dates. This applies when you request to
have your registrationchanged from one course to another
and/or to change your time/date.
International students should refer to page 31 for part-time
tuition fee information.
Tuition does not include textbooks or material requirements
unless indicated.
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For more
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Welcome to BClT Part-time Studies
As one of Canada's premier polytechnic institutions, BClT is committed to providing excellence in
training and education for every stage of your career. This commitment holds true, whether you're
a BClT alumni who is keeping up with the most current developments in your industry, or
someone who is trying out a new career area by taking a few courses, or aiming to advance your
career to a whole new level by pursuing further training.
This Part-time Studies Flyer features the whole span of our part-time course offerings in
technology, trades, health sciences, business, and more, provided in a variety of formats and
schedules to suit your particular needs.
We are sure that you will find your experience at BClT worthwhile. Please let us know if there is something w e can b e
doing to make it even better. We are happy to welcome you and hope you'll continue to let us serve you.
For information on part-time credentials at BCIT, please
see the back page of this flyer, or visit
http://programs. bcit.ca.
Please note: Part-time Studies Flyer information i s
current a t the t i m e of publishing. BClT reserves t h e
right to update course information without notice.
The most current course information is available on
our Web site a t www.bcit.ca, under "Part-time."
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Course Identification
The Course Identifier consisits of a subject code, number
and title. Please refer to the BClT Part-time Flyer online at
www.bcit.ca for a complete explanation.
Subject Course #
Tuition Fee
Course Title
Course Description
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$187
MAKING MEETINGS WORK
Teaches what to do before, during, and after a meeting.
Learn how to plan the meeting, control discussion, motivate
meeting members, resolve conflict, and unite the group.
[email protected]!
1845-2145-6wk
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In the following pages, you'll find the
information-you need t o plan your next
term of studies at BCIT. if you require
detailed course outlines or specific part-time credential
program information, please visit www.bcit.ca, or contact
the program areas listed with each course section.
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President, BClT
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I Online courses!
We provide access to lifelong learning through
flexible course delivery formats including online.
Take one course for personal or professional
interest, or register in programs that provide a variety
of credentials from certificate, diploma and advanced
certificate, to bachelor and collaborative master
degree levels.
Win prizes. Register online!
Registering for BClT Part-time Studies is safe and secure,
and it can even be fun! We want to make Internet
registration your preferred choice. To encourage you to us1
the system, we'll randomly select names and award prizes
to those who register online for their Spring classes.
You are automatically entered into the prize draw when
you register online at www.bcit.ca
Course Registration:
Five ways to Register
2. By Fax - Easy, direct, fast!
If registering by fax, payment for the part-time course(s)
can be made by Visa, MasterCard or American Express. YOL
credit card number and expiry date must be included on
the faxed registrationform in order for your registration to
be processed.
Burnaby 604-430-1331
Downtown 604-687-2488
BClT Registrationand Information Department: 3700 Willingdon Avenue Burnaby, B.C. VSG 3H2
Tel: 604-434-1 610, Fax: 604-430-1 331
BClT STUDENT NUMBER
If you have previously been a BClT student or have contacted BClT for program information, a student number may have been issued to you.
You would find this number a t the bottom of any correspondencefrom the Registrationand InformationDept. or the Registrar's Office.
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If known, please enter that number here
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If this number is not known, please check this box and a number will be assigned t o you.
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To avoid duplication of our records, please enter your birthdate aand sex in the spaces provided below.
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Sex:
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month
Year)
SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER (for tax purposes only)
Birthdate:
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Last Name (family name)
Legal First Name
Middle Name
Previous Last Name (e.g. Maiden NameIPrior Marriage)
MAILING ADDRESS AND CONTACT INFORMATION All official BClT correspondence will be mailed to- this address.
Please notify the Registration Department of any changes
Address
TownICity
Province
Home Phone
Home Fax
Emergency Contact
Relationship t o student
Postal Code
Country
Home e-mail
WORK ADDRESS
Company Name
StreetIBox No.
TownICity
Province
Work Phone
Work'Fax
Postal Code
Country
Work e-mail
SHIPPING ADDRESS INFORMATION (for Distance Ed/Directed Studies courses only)
In order for us to ship the materials needed for your course, you need to provide us mth a DAYTIME address where someone can sign for materials when they are delivered.
My shipping address is
link under the Prospectiveor Current Student heading.
Remember, when you register online, you save $5 per course
Part-time Studies Registration Form
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a work address
0 mailing address
StreetIBox No.
0 as indicated below
Apt Buzzer #
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Town/City
Province
Country
Shipping Phone
Course #
Postal Code
Country
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CourseXtle
3. By Mail - Simple and direct!
Complete the registrationform and include your signature
a t the bottom. Clip the form out and mail to:
OR
BClT Downtown Campus
Part-time Studies
BClT Registration
555 Seymour Street,
and Information
Vancouver, B.C.
3700 Willingdon Avenue,
V6B 3H6
Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3H2
4. ih Person
Note: The following hours of Registration are subject to
change. Please refer to page 2.
Burnaby Campus,
3700 Willingdon Avenue,
Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3H2
Mon-Thr 0830-1900
Fri 0830-1630
Sat
0830-1230
Closed on Holiday Weekend
Downtown Campus,
555 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Fri 0830-1630
Mon-Thr 0830-1800
Saturday Closed
Princess Margare
Secondary,
128th St. & 72nd
Mon-Thr 0900-2030
Saturday
5.
By Phone - Be patient,
y6UP call will be answered!
Registrationby phone i s available!
f registering by phone, paymentfor the part-time course(s
nust be made by Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
Vote: During peak periods you may experience lengthy
jelays. To register, call 604-434-1610
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Textbooks D Y E S U N O
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You can pay by cash, cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard or American Express. A service chargefor any NSF or returned cheque will be assessed
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0 VISA
0 Full fees paid by you
Your citizenship status is:
0 Mastercard
0American Express
0 invoice employer (approval attached)
0 Canadian Citizen
0 Student Authorization
cheque (made out to BCIT)
0 special arrangement (approval attached)
0 Landed ImmigrantlPermanent Resident
0 Other (please specify)
Country of Citizenship if not Canada:
The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Instituteof Technology Act (RSBC 1996,ch. 225). BClT will use and maintain the
informationfor the purposes of admission, registration, and other fundamental activities relatedto attending courses of instruction in technological and vocational
matters and subjects. BClT's administrationcalls for creating a digital photo image of each student that is usedfor purposes of validating the student as a member
of the BCIT communityto gain access to campus and student services.The penonal information will be used to verify the student PersonalEducation Number (PEN),
required by the province of British Columbia, or to assign the PEN number to students. The PEN is used to measure participation of the population in the postsecondary sector and for program research and evaluation; personal information used for such research purposes will be in a non-identifiableform.For individhls
granted awards, BClT releases personal information to award donors and provincialfunding agencies. In addition, BCIT uses the name of award winners and/or
photo images, municipality of residence, KIT program name, and the name or criteria of any award won in marketingmaterialsfor the purpose of publicising
BCIT students, graduates, and their achievements.
I hereby declare that the informationIsubmitted on this application is true and correct. Completionof this signed application authorises BClT to request or
confirm informationnecessary to support my application for admission. Iunderstand that BCK has a right to cancel this application if the information contained
in it has been misrepresented. If I am admitted to BCIT, Iagree to abide by its policies and regulations.
Signature
Dated
For questions about BCIT's collection and use of personal information, contact: Manager, Records Management, FOIPOP, and Copyright.
Address: BClT Library, 3700 Willlingdon Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. VSC 3H2.Phone 604432-8508.
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Credit Card Declines
If a credit card is declined or a cheque is returned, a letter of
notification will be sent by mail. Your registration will be subject
to cancellation. Further registration and marks will be withheld
until the outstanding balance is paid in full.
Visitor parking, 0600-1630, has a one-hour maximum limit,
except the visitot lot in front of SE14, which has a $6.00 all-day
rate. Vehicles not displaying a valid parking permit are subject to
impoundment. Vehicles should be kept locked at all times. BClT
does not accept liability for theft or damage to vehicles parked
on campus. For general inquiries, please call 604-432-8719.
Financial Aid and Awards
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Refunds
Refund requests must be submitted to part-time Registration,
Burnaby or Downtown campus, by the refund deadline date.
Special fees for some courses are non-refundable and different
refund requirements and deadlines may apply. International
students, please refer to page 2 for refund policy information.
Course refund deadlines vary. Check your course refund
deadline when you register. You will receive a full refund, less
15% tuition, if you withdraw within the following deadlines:
Course Duration Deadline Dates
4 weeks or less
1 week prior to the class start date
Over 4 weeks
Prior to th
Distance Education: Before co
sent. After materials have been
is required.
Student
Daily Rate: $2.00
Monthly: $38.50
Jan-Mayterm: $192.50
Motorcycle:
Jan-Mayterm: $75.00
Sep-Dec term: $60.00
Parking rates a t the Downtown campus are $2.00 per hour,
$9.00 per day and $3.00 per evening. To benefit our students,
evening parking rates begin at 1800 hours.
Cashier's Hours - Subject to change
Mon to Thr 0830-1900 Sat 0830-1230 Fri 0830-1630
Closed on holiday weekends.
Career, Educational and Personal
Development Courses
Prospective students are encouraged to register for Career,
Educational, and P
604-432-8555
www.finaid.bcit.ca
Building SWI-2303
Limited financial assistance is available for B.C.
to study on a full-time basis. Personal eligibility is
ancial need, a per-term course load between 2
a 100% course load, and other strict criteria.
to specific approved non-credit,
Course eligibility is re
courses that lead directly to an
upgrading courses or
ificate, diploma or degree. For cre
mitting a completed "BCIT Part-time Assistance
Application" form will be considered for all available part-time,
non-repayable grant assistance programs administered by the
Financial Aid and Awards office. A new application must be
study period. All applicants are
hin four weeks of the date
ived the completed application.
The BClT Part-time Assistance Application form and a BClT
Part-time Assistance Information sheet are available from the
office, by fax at 604-432-8555 or from the Download Forms
page of the Financial Aid and Awards Web site at
Guided Self-learning
If you can't get to any of our classroom sites, BCIT
orientated credit and non-credit correspondence courses.
Guided Learning Courses io Health Sciences theory are offered
through self-study with telephone tutoring. Clinical courses in
Health Sciences are offered in cooperation with hospit
clinical agencies in various centres in the provi
call 604-43218608
be mailed by Financial Services on or before Feb. 25. To allow
for normal mail delivery, please wait until March 19 before
lTY 604-432-8954
[email protected]
Building SW-I, Room 2300
We offer a range of support services for students with
disabilities as well as an Adaptive Lab located in the library.
Recreation SA
(Student Athletic Centre
BClT offers indoor and
door facilities: climbing wall, two
Icourts and two squash-courts, a games
room, an excellent gymnasium (accommodating eight
badminton, two basketball or three volleyball courts as well as
many other sports and recreational activities). Our newly
usiness Administration
Engineering Technology
Financi,al Management
Health Sciences
604-45117089
vising for Part-time Studies
Part-time programs
gned to enhance career
If you are interested
uing a Certificate program,
program advisors'tan assist you in course selection and
program planning.
Before you begin your studies in Engineering Technology,
assist students to successfully pursue their career goals,
NOW Access Centre supports and servi
ucation and career planning
e of Resource Centre for academic, care
and'lncome Assistance information
each dining centre.
Ritazza at J.W. lnglis (N
Electrical Training Cent
Starbucks at The Rix (SE
Road Runner Snackery (SWI, Room 2322)*
Mr.,Sub at Campus Caf6 (SE12)*
Elephant on Campus (operated by the Student Association)
The Aboriginal Programs and Services department provides
culturally appropriate services and programs for students of
Aboriginal ancestry including status, non-status, M6tis and Inuit
people. Whether you are a current BClT student or you are
considering enrolment at BClT you are encouraged to contact
us for information on the programs and services right for you.
Alumni Association
[email protected]
www.alumni.bcit.ca
604-432-8847
Building NWl Room 158
Safety C Security Office
Open 24 hours/day
604-451-6856
Building SWI-1001
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Lost and Found
Lost and Found operates from the Safety and Security office in
building SWI -1001, east entrance near Student Employment
Services. Should you or your department locate a lost item,
please take it to BCIT's Lost and Found immediately.
Student Bicycle Patrol
As a safety/security measure, security staff of the Student Bicycle
Patrol will escort you to and from any location OK the Burnaby
Campus. Please call Security a t 604-451-6856, open 24 hours/
7 days.
Parkin and Security
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604-432-8 19
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604-451-6856
All vehicles parking on the Burnaby Campus, day or night, must
display a valid Institute parking permit or a ticket from a
dispenser. Night school parking permits are available from the
cashier's office adjacent to the registration area, and are valid
after 1630 in any staff, student or visitor parking lot, Monday to
Friday and all day on weekends and holidays. All parking
enforcement is managed by Impark. Please direct your inquiries,
i.e. tickets, tows, etc., to lmpark 604-681-7311.
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You become a member of the Alumni Association upon
applying for and receiving a Diploma of Technology from BCIT,
or upon completion of a program or certification of not less
than 21 credits from BCIT. BClT alumni are eligible for a BClT
Alumni OneCard. Cards are valid for five years and the fee is
$35. Numerous benefits and discounts are attached to the card.
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BClT OneCard
604-451-6890
www.onecard. bcit.ca
The OneCard is required for part-time students enrolled in
courses of 30 or more hours each on any of the four main
campuses. It consolidates all previous campus cards.
Benefits include: personal ID; improved campus security;
campus services including recreation services and library;
cash-less purchases a t all Burnaby cafeterias, T'n'T stores,
photocopying, computer lab printing and campus vending
(add campus 'money' to your OneCard at machines in library,
copy centre, NE1 foyer); off campus discounts.
Cards are valid for one year from date of issue. The student fee
is $2.50 per term to a maximum of $5 annually. There is a $10
charge for replacement cards. Distance education, industry
services and courses shorter than 30 hours are excluded from
the program.
OneCards are issued at Burnaby campus in SWI -1 191 (across
from Registration), at the Downtown campus in the copy
centre, and at the North Vancouver and Richmond campuses in
reception. Please bring your student number and governmentissued photo ID (driver's license, passport, B.C. ID).
and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
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call 604-451-6983.
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first-serve basis Mon-Thr 1230-1600 only. Advisors are
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Student Associati,onServices
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If you're looking for full-ti e or part-time work, on- or offcampus, your first stop should be Student Employment
Services. Register online for [email protected],our electronic job
posting system; it's free for eight months for current part-time
students. You can have new jobs in areas of your choice
e-mailed to you and post your resume online. Apply for jobs
from your own home or from our office -we have two
computers for students to use as well as a fax machine. Our
resume review service will $elp bou build a resume that will get
noticed and get results. Coknbibe this with tips on interview
techniques and you'll be sure to get short-listed for moke jobs.
Drop by and see us for all jour employment needs!
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provide businesses and sew ces which are student-centred,
responsive and pro-active i supporting and enhancing the
quality of campus life.
The BClT Student Association offers numerous services, facilities
and extracurricular opportunitiesto students. For details and a
full listing of contact phone numbers, pleas2 visit our Web site.
Our TNT store is open until 6:30 p.m. on weekdays to serve you.
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The Chemistry division of Academic Studies offers Pre-Entry
Chemistry courses for those who require an upgrade in
Chemistry. For more information about these courses, please
refer to the Access Courses section of this flyer.
CHEM 3319
5400
HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
Teaches the use of high performance liquid chromatography in
solving organic analysis problems relating to food, clinical and
environmental concerns. Course covers separation theory,
instrument operation, troubleshooting, quality and quantity
analysis applications and sample preparation. Laboratory
exercises demonstrate the principles in the lectures. Class is
limited to 12 students. Prerequisite: An introductory organic
chemistry course. (1.5 credits)
SeD 16 Mon
1845-2145 8 wks
BBY CRN 61626
COMM 2205
$245
WRITING MANUALS FOR THE COMPUTER INDUSTRY
Teaches techniques for planning, researching, organizing,
formatting, and writing a manual. Covers testing and packaging
the finished product, and translating technical material for the
non-technical reader. BClT diploma program students must .
complete COMM 1103 before taking this course. Register early
as this course is often fully booked weeks in advance of first class.
(1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 64272
Sep 24 Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
Oct 1
Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
32989
COMM 2215
$650
COMM 2 FOR COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Continues from COMM 1114 (day school). Teaches strategies for
securing employment, writing information and analytical reports,
interviewing clients, holding productive meetings, and making
persuasive oral presentations. Includes a 15-hour block of writing
manuals for computer programs. Major term assignment is an
oral and written presentation to clients for a new system.
Prerequisite: This section is open to CST Full-time, Part-time, and
FastTrack students on a first-come, first-serve basis. (6 credits)
0900-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 65836
Ser, 14 Sat
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604-451-7065
[email protected]
604-412-7506
Jackie-Saponar&bcit.ca
COMM 0045
$245
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING SUPPORT COURSE
Provides students with guided opportunities to practice and
improve writing, reading, speaking, and listening skills needed
for success in COMM courses and the workplace. Students will
study key language points needed to produce standard,
idiomatic English sentences and paragraphs, and will practice
vocabulary commonly used in business and industry.
Sep 17 Tue
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 65061
Sep25 Wed
1130-1430 12wks BBY
66064
$345 ONLINE $450
COMM 1103
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AND
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
Teaches practical techniques for planning, organizing, selecting,
and presenting information in business or industry. Covers
routine memos, instructions, procedures, graphics, letters, and
oral presentations. Equivalent to most first level Communication
courses at BCIT. Students who register for the online section
must have access to a VCR camera. Register early as this course is
often fully booked weeks in advance of first class. Prerequisite:
Effective September 2002 all students wishing to enrol in COMM
1103 must FIRST register in COMM 0025 (English Competency
Assessment) and achieve a passing mark. Students should visit
the Web site a t www.bcit.ca to select a convenient time to write
the CQMM 0025 Assessment. Students must show a Pass in
COMM 0025 to Registrationbefore they can register in COMM
1103. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
CRN 60848
Sep 10 Tue
12wks ONLINE
63176
Sep11 Wed
1845-2145 1 2 w b BBY
32975
32974
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 Wks DTC
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32979
COMM 1106
$470
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL
COMMUNICATION (WITH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
COMPONENT)
This course is the equivalent of COMM 1103. This course covers
the content of COMM 1103, plus one hour/week of English
language development skills. Designed for students needing
additional assistance in meeting the language standards in a
credit-level introductory Communicationcourse. Priority granted
to students who have taken COMM 1103 or a day school
Communicationcourse in a previous term. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2200 12 wks BBY CRN 63431
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$345 ONLINE $450
BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL CORRESPONDENCE
Teaches skills needed to write all types of business
correspondence. Covers requests, replies, claims, "bad-news,"
sales letters and job applications. Students in a BClT diploma
program must complete COMM 1103 before taking this course.
Register early as this course is often fully booked weeks in
advance of first class. Prerequisite: COMM 1103 (may be waived
on direct entry to second year of a BClT technology program).
Permission of program head if taken concurrently with COMM
2203. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
12 wks ONLINE CRN 63177
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
60847
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 W ~ SBBY
32980
COMM 2203
$345 ONLINE 8450
BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
Teaches skills needed to write effective business and
technical reports: comparison and recommendation reports,
proposals, feasibility studies, summaries, formal reports, oral
reports, and graphics. BCIT diploma program students must
complete COMM 1103 before taking this course. Register early
as this course is often fully booked weeks in advance of first class.
(3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
12 wks ONLINE CRN 63178
32982
1845-2145 12wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
63276
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY
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Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
604451-7065
604412-7506
[email protected]
[email protected]
COMM 0022
. $340
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS
Reviews Sentence Structure, word choice, common grammatical
problems, paragraph structure, and basic presentation strategies.
Designed for students whose first language is English.
Sep 18 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32993
COMM 0035
$245
INTER-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Explores how differing cultural values, beliefs and assumptions
often lead to breakdown in communication, negative
stereotyping, failed interpersonal relationships and business deals,
and even racism. Develops the cultural sensitivity needed to
communicate effectively in increasingly diverse communities and
workplaces. The cultures of the Pacific Rim will be emphasized.
Sep 7
Sat
0900-1600
3 wks
BBY CRN 38449
COMM 0037
$240
SUCCESSFUL MEMOS AND LElTERS
Teaches effective communication skills needed in a competitive
business and industry world. Learn the basics of letter and memo
writing. Learn key strategies to write quickly, accurately, and
confidently.
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32970
COMM 0038
$190
PROPOSALS PERSUASIVE SELLING
Develops a strategic approach to writing proposals that sell!
Discussion will cover the design, development, and revision
phases in producing effective proposals. You will also learn to
develop professional graphics to enhance presentations.
Participants are encouraged to write proposals based on their
work.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32972
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COMM 0039
$190
DYNAMIC BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS
Develops presentation skills in a video-based workshop. You will
be provided with immediateand constructbe feedback on
individual performances. This highly intensive workshop has one
major goal: to make you confident and competent speaking in
front of a group. Please bring a blank 60-minute VHS video
cassette to the first class.
Oct 22
Tue
1845-2145
6 WIG BBY CRN 32997
COMM OO40
$110
MAKING MEETINGS PRODUCTIVE
Teaches what to do before, during, and after a meeting. Learn
how to plan the meeting, control discussion, motivate meeting
members, resolve conflict, and unite the group.
Oct 23 Wed
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32999
COMM 0041
$85
TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES
Teaches techniques for effectively dealing with customers, clients,
and colleagues. Learn how to handle complaints and difficult
calls. The course involves discussion, problem solving, and
practice using "live" telephones.
Sep 14
Sat
0900-1600 1 wk
BBY CRN 37307
COMM 0042
$245
WRITE TO SELL BROCHURE DESIGN
Learn how to "style" your brochure to audience image and
needs. Learn how to apply a 25-point checklist for effective
brochure design. Take this hands-on, how-to workshop to sell
your products and services just like the pros do in the billiondollar direct mail business.
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Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
6 wks
BBY CRN 37011
COMM 0043
$245
COPYWRITING THE RIGHT COPY
Everythingyou need to know about getting to your audience in
ads, flyers, newsletters, and broadcast media. Learn how to write
like the pros in a hands-on workshop that will show you how to
sell your products, services, or ideas anywhere.
BBY CRN 37012
Oct22 Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
COMM 0056
$115
LANGUAGE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
This flexible, non-credit tutorial offers individual students and
small groups practice with reading, writing, listening, and
speaking, with a focus on language training. The course is
designed to provide assistance to students who are already
enrolled in a first-year Communication course.
OCt23 Wed
1200-1400 6wks
BBY CRN 61046
604-412-7436
Rosaline Baik [email protected]
Web site: http://nobel.scas.bcit.ca/forensic
The overall aim of the Forensic Science Technology program is to
provide structured, applied technological advanced training in
forensic science and criminal investigation in British Columbia.
The program is designed for maximum flexibility to meet career
path and personal needs. Qualified candidates may, with
departmental approval, take individual courses for professional
development, obtain an advanced specialty certificate in a given
area, or a Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Investigation only if
all the admission requirements are met.
The Advanced Specialty Certificate in Forensic Studies has three
options of specialization:
Essential of Criminalistics
Forensic Science Studies (Biological, Chemical, and
Physical Aspects)
Economic ET Computer Crime Studies.
Some of the courses offered are requirements for both Advanced
Specialty Certificate and Bachelor of Technology. For complete
list of courses offered in the current term, please refer to the
Bachelor of Technology section under Bachelor of Technology in
Forensic Investigation.
604-451-6709
[email protected]
The Mathematics division of Academic Studies offers Pre-Entry
and Refresher Mathematics courses for those who require an
upgrade in Mathematics. For more information about these
courses, please refer to the Access Courses section of this flyer.
MATH 1012
$320
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS 2
LOGARITHMS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
Theory and application of common and natural logarithms and
an introduction to analytic geometry, Emphasis on the plotting,
interpretation and uses of logarithmic/semilogarithmic graphs;
geometric and practical properties of conic sections;
polarlrectangulartransformations. Quadratic surfaces are briefly
discussed. Prerequisite: Recent Math 12 or MATH 0001 or
equivalent, with a "C+" or better. (3 credits)
Sep11 Wed
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 33010
MATH 1434
$545
MATHEMATICS FOR ELECTRONICS PART A
The first of two parts which includes: common and natural
logarithms, logarithmic/semilogarithmic graphs, decibels,
exponential growth and decay, systems of linear equations,
determinants, application to electrical networks, trigonometric
functions, identities, solution of triangles, graphing and addition
of sinusoidal functions, complex numbers, ectangular/polar
transformations, phasor representationof sinusoidal waveforms,
applicationto electrical technology, the derivative, differentiation
rules, applied maxima/minima. MATH 1434 and MATH 1435
replace MATH 1431. Prerequisite: Recent Math 12 or 65% or
higher in MATH 0001, or equivalent. (4 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33011
MATH 2011
$615
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS 3 CALCULUS
Introduces calculus and its technical applications involving the
differentiation and integration of algebraic, trigonometric,
logarithmic and exponential functions. Emphasizes the
application of calculus in solving Engineering technology
problems. Depending on enrollment, this course may be offered
in an alternative format. Prerequisites: MATH 1011 and MATH
1012, or equivalent. (6 credits)
Sep 10 Tueflhr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33013
604-412-7446
[email protected]
The Physics division of Academic Studies offers Pre-Entry and
Refresher Physics courses for those who require an upgrade in
Physics. For more information about these courses, please refer
to the Access Courses section of this flyer.
PHYS 1301
$715
GENERAL PHYSICS 1
Topics covered include translational and rotational kinematics
and dynamics, Newton's laws, equilibrium, work, energy, power,
properties of solids and fluids. This course is equivalent to general
level first term Physics courses ai?BCIT. Prerequisites: Physics 11
and Math 12 or Applied Math 12 or equivalent. (6 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1845-2145 14 wks BBY CRN 33003
PHYS 2301
$715
GENERAL PHYSICS 2
Topics covered include heat, wa* phenomena, electrostatics,
electric circuits, magnetism and electromagnetic induction. This
course is equivalent to general level second term Physics courses
a t BCIT. Prerequisite: PHYS 1301 or equivalent. (6 credits)
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1845-2145 14wks BBY CRN 35869
Access courses offered through the Academic Studies division,
are individual day or night courses available for students who
lack the necessary prerequisites to apply for their chosen
technology program, or for those who wish to prepare for a
full-time workload by reviewing the academic prerequisites.
[email protected]
Office: SW2, Room 261
Learning Centre: SW1, Room 1525
The Learning for Success Program provides instruction in learning
strategies that can be applied in any environment where
structured learning is required. The program features classroom
instruction as well as access to the Learning Centre for individual
learning support. For further information please contact the
instructor, Kathy Musial, at,604-432-8247, or Jackie Saponaro a t
604-412-7506.
BCIT 0141
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS: STRAND 1
This course is one strand of a four strand program. The option is
available to register in any or all of the four strands. Each strand
includes scheduled classes as well as 11 hours of individualized
learning support in.the Learning Centre from Sept. 12, 2002 to
March 31, 2003. We encourage students to enrol in all four strands.
SeD 12
Thr
1730-2030 3 wks
BBY CRN 39882
BClT 0142
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS STRAND 2
This course is one strand of a four strand program. The option is
available to register in any or all of the four strands. Each strand
includes scheduled classes as well as 11 hours of individualized
learning support in the Learning Centre from Sept. 12, 2002 to
March 31, 2003. We encourage students to enrol in all four
strands.
Oct 3
Thr
1730-2030 3 wks
BBY CRN' 39883
BClT 0143
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS STRAND 3
This course is one strand of a four strand program. The option is
available to register in any or all of the four strands. Each strand
includes scheduled classes as well as 11 hours of individualized
learning support in the Learning Centre from Sept. 12,2002 to
March 31, 2003. We encourage students to enrol in all four
strands.
Oct24 Thr
1730-2030 3 wks
BBY CRN 39884
BcrrO144
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS STRAND 4
This course is one strand of a four strand program. The option is
available to register in any or all of the four strands. Each strand
includes scheduled classes as well as 11 hours of individualized
learning support in the Learning Centre from Sept. 12, 2002 to
March 31, 2003. We encouraqe
- students to enrol in all four
strands.
BBY CRN 39885
Nov 14 Thr
1730-2030 3 wks
BClT 0145
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS SELF-PACED
Student works one-to-one or in small groups with the Learning
for Success instructor on the application of learning strategies to
current course work. Attendance is on a drop-in basis during the
Learning Centre's regularly scheduled hours. Continuous intake
until Dec. 13, 2002.
Sept 5
Mon-Thr
3wks
BBY CRN 66995
Mon
1400-1900
Tue
1230-1630
Wed
1400-1700
Thr
1230-1630
BClT 0146
$105
LEARNING FOR SUCCESS: STRAND 6 MINI
Student works one-to-one with the Learning for Success
instructor on the application of learning strategies to current
course work. Attendance is on a drop-in basis during the
Learning Centre's regularly scheduled hours. Continuous intake
until Dec. 13, 2002.
Sept 5 .Mon-Thr
3wks
BBY CRN 67037
Mon
1400-1900
Tue
1230-1630
Wed
1400-1700
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Thr
1230-1630
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CHEM OOO1
ONLINE $585
PRE-ENTRY CHEMISTRY
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Recognized by the Ministry of Education of B.C. to meet
the ABE Advanced Level Chemistry curriculum (Grade 11
Chemistry). Meets BClT Chemistry entrance requirement.
Includes online lectures plus a 2-week laboratory component,
scheduled in Juneor December. Labs must be completed within
12 months of completing the lecture portion.
Sep 10
12 wks ONLINE CRN 64690
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604-432-8325
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Web site: www.communication.bcit.ca/pre-entry
Pre-Entry Communication courses, offered through the Academic
Studies division, are individual day or night courses available for
students who lack the necessary English prerequisites to apply for
their chosen technology program,.or for those who wish to
prepare for a full-time workload by reviewing their academic
prerequisites.
COMM OOO9
$50
COMMUNICATION PLACEMENT
A two-hour test to determine eligibility for registration in the
appropriate level Pre-Entry Communication course. Required for
students who have not done a Pre-Entry Communication course
in fhe past year. Test results are valid for registration into Pre- ,,
Entry Communication courses for this term and next term only,
Please bring Photo ID and fee receipt to the test.
Oct 10 Thr
1800-2200 1 day
BBY CRN 38931
Dec 3
Tue
1800-2200 1 dav
BBY
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$645
FOUNDATIONS OF TECHNICAL AND
BUSINESS ENGLISH FOR ESL SPEAKERS
Designed for students intending to study technology and trades
a t the college level. Prepares students for future communication
courses at BCIT. Emphasizes developing accurate writing, in
particular, applying grammar rules and appropriate phrasing.
Introduces topics found in business, technology, and trades. A
grade of 65% meets the prerequisite for COMM 0003.
SatISun 0830-1530
7 wks DTC CRN 64771
Sep 7
Sep 9
MonlWed 1800-2200 12 wks BBY
64772
Oct26
SatISun 0830-1530
8 wks DTC
64775
COMM 0003
$655
WRITING, SPEAKING, LISTENING, AND
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READING SKILLS FOR TECHNICAL
COMMUNICATION FOR SECOND LANGUAGE STUDENTS
Provides students the writing, speaking, listening, and reading
skills needed to succeed in BCIT's other pre-entry courses.
Students practice grammar skills and language structures useful
for technical communication. A grade of 65% meets the
prerequisite for COMM 0004.
Sep 7
Sat/Sun 0830-1530
7 wks DTC CRN 38443
Sep 7
Sat/Sun 0830-1530
7 wks BBY
64748
Sep9
Mon-Thr 1300-1700
6 wks BBY
67043
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1800-2200 11 wks BBY
33002
Oct 26 Sat/Sun 0830-1530
8wks BBY
64749
Oct 26 Sat/Sun 0830-1530
8 wks DTC
38932
Oct28 Mon-Thr 1300-1700
6wks BBY
67046
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$655
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
FOR SECOND LANGUAGE STUDENTS
Prepares students whose language skills need upgrading
equivalent to English 11. Focuses on paragraph writing for
technical communication. Students also prepare graphics and
make oral presentations. A grade of 65% meets the prerequisite
for COMM 0005/COMM 0008/COMM 0007.
7 wks DTC CRN' 38444
Sep 7 - SatlSun 0830-1530
0830-1530 14 wks BBY
37006
Sep 7
Sat
64751
SatISun 0830-1530
7 wks BBY
Sep 7
6 wks BBY
Sep 9
67065
Mon-Thr 0830-1230
32946
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1800-2200 11 wks BBY
Oct 26 Sat/Sun 0830-1530
64752
8 wks BBY
8 wks DTC
Oct 26 SatJSun 0830-1530
38933
67066
8 wks BBY
Oct 28 Mon-Thr 0830-1230
COMM OOOS
$645
TECHNICAL ENGLISH AND LEARNING SKILLS
FOR SECOND LANGUAGE STUDENTS
Prepares students whose first language is not English but who do
have good writing and speaking skills. Students learn the writing,
reading, speaking, listening and study skills needed for BClT fulltime programs. A grade of 65% in this course equals a "P" in
English 12.
Sep 7
SatISun 0830-1530
7 wks DTC CRN 38445
Sep 7
Sat
0830-1530 14wks BBY
37288
Sep 7
Sat/Sun 0830-1530
7 wks BBY
64753
Sep9
Mon-Thr 0830-1230
6wks BBY
67092
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1800-2200 12 wks BBY
32233
Oct 26 SatISun 0830-1530
8 wks DTC
38934
Oct26 Sat/Sun 0830-1530
8 wks BBY
64754
67090
Oct 28 Mon-Thr 0830-1230
8 wks BBY
COMM 0008
$645
TECHNICAL ENGLISH AND LEARNING SKILLS
Prepares students whose first language is English for entry into
BClT full-time programs. Students learn the reading, writing,
speaking and study skills needed for BClT full-time programs. A
grade of 65% in this course equals a "Pc' in English 12.
Sep 9
MonlWed 1800-2200 12 wks BBY CRN 32232
COMM 0011.
$245
EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION SKILLS (FOR SPEAKERS
OF ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE)
Designed for speakers of English as an additional language
wanting to improve their presentation and listening skills. Topics
include organizing presentations, preparing visual aids, using
appropriate stress and intonation, and effectively asking and
answering questions. Presentations are video taped to evaluate
progress and provide feedback. Prerequisite: A high lewt of
fluency in English.
Sep 30 Mon
1730-2030 8wks
DTC CRN 38928
COMM 0012
$205
ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONALS
(FOR SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH AS AN
ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE)
Designed for professionals who speak English as an additional
language wanting to improve their written communication skills.
Using documents written for a work situation, students learn to
identify and correct the kinds of errors commonly made in
professional writing. Prerequisite: A high level of fluency in English.
Oct 1
Tue
1730-2030 8 wks
DTC CRN 38929
13,Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
Colin-Lawre
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS INTRODUClION
Upgrading for students who did not complete high school Math
12, or who completed it more than three years ago. Meets
MATH 12 entrance requirement for BClT Engineering
Technology, Health Science and Computer Systems Technology
programs. This course is equivalent to the TE day school MATH
0005. Prerequisite: C or better in Math 11, or equivalent.
Sep 4
MonlWed 1830-2145 16 wks BBY CRN 33007
MATH 0011
$300
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS INTRODUCTION PART 1
This course, combined with MATH 0012, is equivalent to MATH
0001. It presents the first half of MATH 0001, giving students an
opportunity to determine if their mathematics skills are strong
enough to successfully complete MATH 0001 a t the level
required for entry to BCIT. Prerequisite: C or better in Math 11,
or equivalent.
Sep 4
MonNed 1830-2145
8 wks
BBY CRN 3901 1
MATH 0012
$300
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS INTRODUCTION PART 2
This course prespnts the second half of MATH 0001, allowing
students to achieve the equivalent to MATH 0001 when
combined with MATH '001 1. Prerequisite: Successful completion
of MATH 0011.
Oct 28 MonlWed 1830-2145 8 wks
BBY CRN 39012
604-412-7446
[email protected]
PHYS 0309
$695
PRE-ENTRY PHYSICS
Meets the Physics 11 entrance requirement for BClT programs. A
grade of 65% or higher meets the prerequisite for programs
specifying a "C+" in Physics. Covers kinematics, dynamics,
equilibrium, energy, fluids, heat, electrostatics and direct current
circuits. Also offered with the TE day school program (accepts
part-time studies enrolment, space permitting). Prerequisite: You
are advised to have completed any necessary mathematics
upgrading courses before taking PHYS 0309.
Sep 3
TueIThr 1845-2145 15 wks BBY CRN 33004
This full-time day school progkam provides academic upgrading
to students who wish to enrol in Engineering, Health Science and
Electronic programs a t BCIT.
The TE program provides courses in Chemistry, Communication,
Mathematics, and Physics, which meet prerequisites in selected
programs at BCIT. The program also includes an introductory
course in computer applications and a learning skills course.
Students may choose not to take either the physics or the
chemistry course if that course is not a prerequisite for the
program in which they plan to enrol, but are expected to take all
other courses in the program- All TE courses accept some Parttime Studies enrolment, space permitting. TE includes additional
hours of English Language Training (TEWELT) in order to provide
more students with tke opportunity to succeed in their studies a t
BCIT. This full-time program is designed to emulate the workload
of subsequent programs, familiarize the student with BCIT and
provide academic and study skills to enable a student to succeed
in subsequent programs.
Some programs have prerequisite requirements not offered by
the TE program, such as computer programming or biology
courses. Please check calendar entries for individual programs
which list prerequisites and preferred attributes.
Students enrolled in the TE program may be provisionallyaccepted
into an Engineering, Electroni ' or Health Science program in a
subsequent term, subject to tisfaktory completion of the TE
program with marks equivalent to program prerequisites. Marks
required vary with the progralr chpsen. Provisional acceptance is
based on marks obtained in T$ and these marks take precedence
over previous course marks where applicable.
Additional assessment of student applications is required for
some programs. Provisional acceptance may be decided by some
programs on a case-by-case Ljasis. Additional course work outside
the TE program and/or persopl interviews may be required
before provisional acceptanc is offered. There are annual
enrolment limits for program1 thqt accept TE students, which
may affect acceptance into t 'e Te prcgram. Applicants may be
asked to make a second pro$am ichoice if there are no more
seats available in their first prtgram choice.
1
Program Length
Fifteen weeks full-time beginjing in September, January and
April. Chemistry is not offered in the September session. Students
needing Chemistry should enrol in January or April.
Prerequisites:
English 11 or the equivalevt with a "P" or better, completed
within eight years of the application date. Students who have
successfully completed COhM:0004 at BClT are eligible for
the TE program.
( I
Principles of Mathematics or Applications of Mathematics 11
or the equivalent with a "C" or better, completed within eight
years of the application date.
TE is eligible for assistance funding.
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"BCIT is a national leader delivering a full r%ge of polytechnic
education, including Bachelor of Technology programs. These
programs are designed to assist diploma graduates and degree
holders to gain valuable additional career-enhancing skills that
earn a well-recognizedcredential. BCIT is committed to lifelong
learning to support the economic well-being of British Columbi,
and Canada."
Dr. Tony Knowles, President
British Columbia Institute of Technology
We live and work in a fast-paced world with exciting opportunitie!
to advance in our careers and participate in our communities.
Lifelong learning is the key to thriving in our changing global
environment. That is why the BClT bachelor's degree is so
relevant today - it is truly a career credential, a practical degree
that builds on earlier training and work experience.
Employers told us what they want in a bachelor's degree.
We listened. Our Bachelor of Technology combines traditional
academic components with the advanced practical training
employers demand. This is a bachelor's degree that has real
value in the real world.
We designed our bachelor's degree to fit your world. Accelerated
scheduling, day-time and evening classes, online learning, distancc
education or some full-time offerings - our degree programs are
versatile and accessible. Most of our degree programs let you
study part-time on your schedule, not someone else's.
The BClT Bachelor of Technology degree.
Smart. Unique. Flexible.
Degree Offerings
BClT currently offers Bachelor of Technology degrees in
Accounting (p. 7), Biotechnology, Computer Systems (p. 7),
Construction Management (p. 8), Electronics (p. 9),
Environmental Engineering (p. IO), Forensic Studies (p. 1 I),
Environmental Health, Ceomatics (p. 12), Management (p. 12),
Management - Health Specialty (p. 12), Manufacturing (p. 13),
Medical Imaging (p. 14), Nursing, Specialty Nursing (p. 14),
and Technology Management (p. 14). Other degrees under
development include Forest Engineering Technology, and
Process and Systems Integration.
Bachelor of Technology programs are typically offered on a parttime basis and in Some instances through distance education.
Admission requirements include a relevant BClT diploma, or
equivalent, English 12, and two years of relevant work experience.
The Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Health is offered as
a four-year degree through full-time studies. Admission is based
on a number of criteria including specific high school courses.
The Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology is a joint program
with UBC and is available through Full-time Studies. The Bachelor
of Technology in Nursing is also a program in Full-time Studies.
To APPb
To receive an application form for a Bachelor of Technology
degree program or to register in a specific program, please
contact the program area or Registration and Information a t
604-434-161 0.
604-412-7506
Jackie-Saponar&bcit.ca.
The BCIT Bachelor of Technology requires a minimum of 12
credits (usually four courses) of Liberal Studies courses. Two BClT
courses (6 credits), Critical Reading and Writing (LIBS 7001) and
Applied Ethics (LIBS 7002), are mandatory. The remaining six
credits are electives and can either be taken at BClT (PSYC I101
and 1 1 02), or from another post-secondary institution. Note:
Nursing students who have already completed PSYC 1 1 01 or
11 02 as part of their BCIT diploma or degree program, cannot
use these courses as part of the Liberal Studies elective
requirement.
Students registered in Bachelor of Technology programs have
priority for LlBS courses. Students who have applied for entry
into Bachelor of Technology programs or who are in the process
of qualifying for entry into Bachelor of Technology programs are
welcome to place themselves on a waitlist with JackieSaponaro
of BCIT's Communication department.
Students interested in any of the online sections of LlBS must
have an e-mail address and access to a computer capable of
downloading basic documents. Course content, kind and quality
of assignments and general standards for these online courses are
at the same level of expectation as in the classroom format. The
online format will include e-mail submissions of assignments and
other written material, online chat and conference activities with
other students in the course, and interviews and discussions with
friends and colleagues.
Students must log on during the first week of the course. Failure
to do so will be regarded as an online "absence." Throughout
the course, students are expected to check the site at least once
a week and participate as required. Students who choose to
withdraw must conform to the Registrar's regulations and may
lose all or a part of their fees, depending on the withdrawal date.
LlBS 7001
$595 ONLINE $590
CRITICAL READING AND WRITING
Develops advanced skills in critical analysis, close reading
and composition through lectures, discussion, and group
activities in which students analyze and evaluate materials from
various disciplines. Readings might come from professional
journals, reports, newspapers, magazines, and literature. Film,
video, and the Internet may also be included. Prerequisite:
Equivalent of 3 credits of university/collegecomposition or 6
credits BCIT Communication. (3 credits)
15 wks ONLINE CRN 631 79
Sep 10 Tue
65862
1Swks ONLINE
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 15 Wks BBY
631 72
Sep 10 Tue
Wed
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
631 74
Sep 1 1
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
LlBS 7002
$595 ONLINE $590
APPLIED ETHKS
Fosters abilities and values required for ethical conduct a t
work. Develops skills in logical analysis, a working knowledge of
moral principles and theories, and the ability to diagnose and
resolve moral disagreements commonly found at work. Examines
and applies moral principles and models of ethical conduct to
historically famous cases in accounting, management,
engineering, health care, and computing. Prerequisite: Equivalent
of 3 credits of universitylcollege composition or 6 credits of BClT
Communication. (3 credits)
15 wks ONLINE CRN 65882
Sep 10 Tue
15 wks ONLINE
63181
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
631 73
Sep 10 Tue
Sep 1 1
Wed
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
61 641
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2130 15 W ~ SBBY
631 75
PSYC 1101
$595
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 1
The first of two courses that introduces modern psychology's
perspectives on the complexity of human behaviour and
interaction. Topics: biological basis of behaviour, psychological
development, sensory processes, perception, consciousness,
learning, memory, thought,'language. 15 weeks- 3 hours/week credit earned through combination of lectures, Web-based study,
student-facilitated discussions. (3 credits)
Sep 4
Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 66838
PSYC 1102
$595
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 2
The second of two introductory psychology courses focusing on
the psychologist's approach to theories, problems and issues in
contemporary psychology. This survey course introduces the
student to the following areas of psychology: basic motives,
emotion, health psychology, individual differences, personality,
abnormal psflhology, therapies, social cognition and affect and
social attraction and influence. Prerequisite: PSYC 1 1 01. (3 credits)
Sep5
Thr
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 66839
[email protected]
604-412-7486
The Financial Management department offers a Bachelor of
Technology in Accounting degree. This is a degree completion
program for those who already have a two-year diploma in
financial management (or equivalent). Courses will be offered on
a part-time basis.
Entrance Requirements:
Financial Management diploma or equivalentwith an average
of at least 70%.
English 12 or equivalent.
An interview with the program head - call 604-432-8786.
To enrol in degree courses, you must be accepted into the
degree program or have the permission of the program head
(call 604-432-8786). Degree courses being offered this term are
listed below.
For more information, see the contact number and e-mail
address above.
FMGT 7121
$570
ADVANCED ACCOUNTING
Reviews the objective of financial reporting. Examines corporate
combinations, including consolidations for wholly-owned and
non-wholly owned subsidiaries (both in the year of acquisition
and subsequent years). Accounting for foreign currency
transactions, and not- for- profit entities. Prerequisite: FMCT
41 10 or FMCT 41 90. (You are advised not to enrol in this course
until you have achieved a mark of a t least 65% in either of the
prerequisite courses).
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2145 14 wks BBY CRN 65023
Wed
1800-2145 14 wks DTC
6501 7
Sep 1 1
FMGT 7210
$570
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
This course will examine in-depth, topical areas from the
discipline of management accounting with reference to and
synthesis of applicable case material. Topical areas include
constraints, budgets, cost-benefit analysis, goal congruence,
management control systems, transfer pricing, performance
measurement, total quality management, linear programming,
regression analysis and ethical decision making. Prerequisite:
FMCT 421 0 or 4290.
Sep7
Sat
0900-1200 15 wks BBY CRN 60738
Sep9
Mon
1800-2115 14wks BBY
391 50
FMGT 7310
$570
ADVANCED AUDITING
Addresses issues and challenges facing the auditing profession
including the assessment of risk, the use of computer technology
in the completion of an audit file and the increasing litigation
against the profession. Case studies are used extensively.
Prerequisite: FMGT 431 0.
Sep 3
Tue
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 65036
FMCT 7410
$570
TAXATION OF CLOSE CORPORATIONS
This is an integrative tax course which examines the combined
impact of relevant tax statutes (i.e., income taxes, GST, Ps1; probate
fees), and transadion costs on private corporations and their
shareholders. Participants will evaluate taxation alternatives among
shareholders, their operating companies, holding companies and
family trusts. Prerequisite: FMCT 441 0 or FMGT 4420.
Sep5
Thr
1800-2100 15 W ~ S DTC CRN 39981
FMGT 7510
$570
ADVANCED FINANCE
This course builds on selected topics introduced in FMGT 3510
and FMCT 4510, with an emphasis on the determinants of firm
value. Students will examine various business valuation
methodologies as well how investment and financing- decisions
and conditions in the financial markets impact on firm value.
Prerequisite: FMCT 451 0.
Sep 4
Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 61774
FMGT 7710
$570
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Provides an understanding of the relationship between
information, technology, business strategy and organizational
improvement. Students will examine technology as an enabler
and facilitator of business strategy and as an accounting and
control tool to track performance and improve managerial
decision making by doing a series of case analysis assignments.
Sep5 . Thr
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 60739
FMGT 7910
$570
THE BUSINESS.ENVIRONMENT
In this course the student will acquire the skills necessary to
operate in a complex professional world that offers problems
with no textbook solutions. Specifically, the course will deal with
the economic and legal environment, risk management, cultural
diversity, international trade and problem solving through critical
thinking.
Sep 3
Tue
1800-2100 15 wks DTC CRN 39149
FMGT 8120
$570
ACCOUNTING THEORY
Reviews the history of accounting and the theories underlying
current accounting practice. Alternative theories and methods
are critically assessed and possible future directions evaluated.
Prerequisite: FMCT 71 20 or FMCT 71 21.
Sep 3
Sep4
Tue
Wed
1800-2100
1800-2100
15 wks
15 wks
BBY CRN 63395
BBY
63399
http://cstbtech. bcit.ca
604-432-8465
Introduction
The Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems is a
practitioner-oriented career enhancement degree designed to
increase the breadth and depth of knowledge and practical skills
of computer professionals, assisting them in widening their job
opportunities or advancing along their career paths. Graduates
are awarded a credential that is highly valued by industry.
There are two components to the degree program. The first is a
technical component which is comprised of 48 credits of
coursework in the computer systems and management areas,
and a practicum. The second component is comprised of 12
credits of Liberal Education.
The Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems is offered in a
flexible delivery format to serve the needs of working
professionals. Candidates can take course loads ranging from a
minimum of three courses per year t o an equivalent of a full-time
program of studies. Most courses are offered in the evening or
on weekends. Some are offered online through Web-based
courses (depending on demand). The degree is also offered in a
full-time format. Applicants can apply to the program anytime
throughout the year.
The program i s designed for:
a) Graduates of two-year diploma programs in Computer
Systems (CST) or equivalent.
b) Computer professionals wishing to acquire advanced formal
qualifications.
c) Degree holders in other disciplines, making a career change
into the computer industry.
Note: Students must be fully accepted into the Bachelor of
Technology in Computer Systems program to be eligible to
register in courses in the COMP 7000 and 8000 series or have
approval of the program head or instructor.
For detailed information please see the Web site:
http://cstbtech. bcit.ca
Or contact: [email protected]
Tel: 604-432-8644
COMP 2653
$1220
COMP SYS TECH FOUNDATION 1
Intensive course for Bachelor of Technology program in Computer
Systems applicants requiring C Programming Language Level I,
Fundamental Computer Communication Concepts, Computer
Organization/Architecture, and Computer Systems Introduction 1
prior to acceptance. Includes online tutorial/discussion
component. We strongly recommend that students taking a
foundation course take no other courses in the same term.
Prerequisite: COMP 1 4 5 0 or COMP 1 4 5 7 . (1 2 credits)
Seo 1 1
Wed
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 38454
COMP 3653
$920
COMP SYS TECH FOUNDATION 2
Intensive course for Bachelor of Technology program applicants
needing C Programming Language level 2, lntro to Data
Communication and Operating Systems Concepts as foundation
courses prior to acceptance. An online tutorial/discussion
component is included in this course to assist the students in
absorbing the voluminous amount of material. We strongly
recommend that students registeringfor a foundation course do
not take any other courses in the same term. Prerequisite:
COMP 2653. (9 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61676
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COMP 3663
$1320
COMP SYS TECH FOUNDATION 3
Intensive course for Bachelor of Technology program applicants
needing C++ for Object-Oriented Programming, Computer
Systems Introduction2, Computer Systems Introduction 3, CASE
Technology, and Relational Database Systems as foundation
courses prior to acceptance. Includes online tutorial/discussion
component. We strongly recommend that students taking a
foundation course take no other courses in the same term.
Prerequisite: COMP 2653. (16 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 60084
COMP 7005
$505
DATA COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES
Covers the essential elements of data communication and
networking. Fundamentals of digital baseband transmission.
Analog modulation and digital encoding techniques. IAN and
WAN design issues. Introduction to wireless communication
technology. Basic peer-to-peerand link level protocols and their
performance. TCP/IP protocol suite, Internet architecture,
emerging technologies and network security issues will be
examined. Prerequisite: COMP 3721 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1730-2115 12 wks BBY CRN 37033
COMP 7006
$505
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION AND
NETWORK SECURITY LEVEL 1
Introduction to networking and cross-platformfile sharing using
Win32 and Linux tools. Students will learn the basics of NFS,
SAMBA, Apache, NIS and DHCP. In-depth coverage of TCP/IP
and "real-world" network traffic analysis using tools such as
packet sniffers and tcpdump. Introduction to intrusion detection,
attacks and defenses. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2115 l2wkS BBY CRN 64010
COMP 7036
$505
APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS
IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Introducesprinciples and procedures of standard research
methodologies in the context of software development and
includes: the relationship between software development and
fields such as MIS, systems analysis and design, data processing,
knowledge engineering, and decision theory and other applied
research methods topics. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon*
1400-1745 12wks BBY CRN 61710
Sep 14 Sat**
0900-1730 12 wks DTC
37269
* For Monday session, first class in classroom only -Web based.
** For Saturday sessions, attendance at all 6 sessions is required
to receive a passing grade. 6 Saturdays will be scheduled over 12
weeks on the first day of class.
COMP 7061
$505
DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES
Focuses on Distributed Object-Oriented Systems. Evaluates
existing industry standards such as OMC'S CORBA and
Microsoft's COM/DCOM and OLE, distributed and multithreaded
object managerlservers on the WWW and Internet are developed
using (1) Java, Visibroker. This is an advanced course, basic
understanding of computer networks, TCPIIP, database systems
and Client/Server based systems is assumed Prerequisite: MMSD
3610. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 61712
COMP 7071
$505
DATABASE DESIGN
Focuses on major aspects of database design: logical data
modeling, physical database design and optimization, advanced
SQL and transaction management, query optimization and
distributed DBMS. Prerequisite: COMP 3710. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2215 12WkS BBY CRN 37035
COMP 7081
$505
TECHNICAL ISSUES IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Presents an overview of technical issues in software development.
Addresses major activities and techniques in developing software
and the resulting documentation and outputs produced. Presents
only selected approaches with emphasis on overall understanding
of software development and uses a case study. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1800-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 37036
Sep 12 Thr*
1400-1745 12 wks BBY
64021
* First class in classroom only - Web based.
COMP 7401
$505
ADVANCED TOPICS IN PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY
This course focuses on programming methodology including
new trends in software development, rapid development,
extreme programming, programming frameworks, advance
programming languages, and logic. Specific topics for this course
vary from term to term due to the rapid changes and
development in the software industry. Please e-mail
[email protected] for the topics covered in the latest course
offering. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 63551
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2215 12wks BBY
67055
COMP 7615
$505
SELECTED TOPICS IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS
This course focuses on selected topics in developing computer
systems. Emphasis is on the development of practical application
of computer systems. Specific topics vary from term to term.
Some of the topics to be introduced through this course include:
multimedia, artificial intelligence, small systems (mobile, PDA,
game systems), visual tools for numerical analysis, etc. Please
e-mail [email protected] for the topics covered in the latest
course offering. (3 credits)
SeD 11
Wed
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 60046
COMP 7881
$505
ADVANCED TOPICS IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
This course focuses on advanced software engineering issues such
as those related to developing quality, cost-effective, often
complex software. Some of the topics include software reuse,
software testing, quality assurance patterns, configuration
management, CASE tools, software interoperation, and reverse
engineering. Specific topics for this cburse vary from term to term
due to the rapid changes and development in the software
industry. Please e-mail [email protected] the topics covered
in the latest course offering. Prerequisite: COMP 7081. (3 credits)
Ser, 10 Tue
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 38745
COMP 8006
$505
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION AND
NETWORK SECURITY LEVEL 2
The course builds on the foundations established in Comp 7006
and covers more advanced topics in network security and
intrusion detection: VPN design and implementation; in-depth
coverage of perimeter protection and firewall designs; advanced
intrusion detection and IDS signature and analysis. Students will
be familiarized with network monitoring and security tools.
Prerequisite: COMP J8006. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Sat
1000-1345 12 wks BBY CRN 67056
COMP 8011
$505
PHOTO-REALISM IN COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Focuses on Photorealism, emphasizing shading, lighting,
rendering, and illumination placing special consideration of the
computer programming requirements. Uses graphical user
interface (CUI) design and computer graphics (CC) interaction,
curve and surface representation, physics of colour and common
colour models, visible surface determinationand illumination/
shading models. Prerequisite: COMP 7011. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 67060
COMP 8021
$505
COMPARATIVE STUDIES I N CUI PRINCIPLES
Developing analytic skills for CUI design and UI evaluation is the
main objective of this course. Students design CUI components
and resolve potential spacing and alignment conflicts in windows
environment. Focuses on the semiotics of interactive graphical
interface and the applications of object-oriented programming in
CUI design. Prerequisite: Comp 7021. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue*
1400-1745 12 wks BBY CRN 67061
* First class only in classroom -Web based.
COMP 8071
$505
ADVANCED DATABASE MODELLING
Offers an in-depth study of the relational model, database system
architectures including parallel and distributed databases, and data
warehousing. Fundamentals of designing large data warehouses,
design of a data warehouse using Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB),
Performance issues in data warehousing, using Oracle Express
server for data analysis. Prerequisite: COMP 7071. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2215 12 wk, BBY CRN 61714
COMP 8081
$505
MANAGEMENT ISSUES IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Presents topics important to managing software development
projects. Concentrates on understandingand applying state-ofthe-art management techniques, to improve software
productivity. Emphasizes management issues: project leadership,
communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Prerequisite: COMP 7081. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed*
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 38456
* First class in classroom only - Web based.
COMP 8561
$505
ADVANCED TOPICS IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
Examines strategies and algorithms to achieve design goals such
as performance, reliability, scalability, consistency and security in
a distributed system. Topics include Parallel Processing and
Scheduling; Performance Modeling; Concurrency Control,
Recovery in multi-user and distributed data servers; Security and
Fault Tolerance; Embedded and Real Time distributed systems;
multimedia storage and transmission. Prerequisite: COMP 8061.
(3 credits)
Ser, 11 Wed
1830-2215 12 wks BBY CRN 67067
604-412-7469
[email protected]
Program Information Sessions - Free of Charge
Attendance a t one of these sessions is mandatory before the
formal interview.
Check out the most current dates on our Web site at:
www. bcit.ca/infosessions.
The Program
Developed with the guidance of senior industry representatives,
the curriculum has been divided into the following sections:
Construction Controls and Techniques, Construction
Management, Stakeholder Management, an industry-based
project, and liberal education courses. Presented by industrybased practitioners, the topics will be both challenging and
practical. Graduates of the program will be able to methodically
and rationally select or develop suitable construction procedures,
schedule, manage, utilize human resources and equipment
within the complex environment of labour relations and business
decision making.
The program is offered both through Part-time Studies, which is
presented in a flexible format of short modular courses. The
evening format allows you to continue your studies while
maintaining your employment. The new Planned Program
delivery allows for completion in approximately two years. These
courses may also be of interest to current professionals who may
wish to participate on a professional development basis.
Entrance Requirements
To be formally accepted into the program, you must have:
a recognized diploma or equivalent
work experience, subject to departmental approval
English 12 or equivalent
Please see Web site for further details.
All participants will be required to meet with th'e program head
to review the initial application for acceptance.
For detailed information on the entire program, including
descriptions of all courses being offered, entrance requirements
and the application process, please visit our Web site a t
www.construction.bcit.caor use the phone number or e-mail
listed above.
CMGT 7100
$215
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT CONTROLS 1
This is the first of three courses covering the scope, time and
analysis of construction costs, commonly called Project Controls.
This course will cover task and time scheduling using Microsoft
Project 2000 as an aid in developing, monitoring and controlling
construction projects. Topics include stages of scheduling,
planning activities, inter-relationships, milestones, task duration
and risk, planning and managing of resources and effects of
effort-driven scheduling. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the
Construction Management degree program, or departmental
approval. (1 credit)
Sep 10 Tue
1430-1730 6wks
BBY CRN 67134
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY
61426
* Please bring two blank discs to first class.
CMGT 7110
$215
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT CONTROLS 2
In this second of three courses on Project Controls, the cost and
accounting aspects of construction projects will be emphasized.
Building on the prerequisite course material, participants will
prepare summary reports for tasks and resource pools, critical path
analysis, and work progress tracking; followed by project costing
and cost reports and their relationship to the overall schedule and
cost requirements. Prerequisite: CMCT 7100. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 67135
Nov5
Tue
1430-1730 6 wks
NovS
Tue
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY
61427
* Please bring 2 blank discs to first class.
CMGT 7145
$270
STATISTICS FOR- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 1
The construction sector uses statistical techniques to analyze
business and engineering data. In preparing to apply
enumerative and analytical statistics, includes how to approach
the design of the data collection process and adopt standard
formats for presenting statistical data. Concludes with the
application of probability and distribution methods to data
analysis. Prerequisite: CMCT 7100. (1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 63671
Sep 9
Mon
1800-2200 6 wks
Oct 5
Sat-lab
0930 1230
CMGT 7155
$270
STATISTICS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 2
In this follow-up course on construction statistics, participants
will be shown the relevance of sampling and estimating, linear
regression and correlation with particular emphasis on the
interpretation of construction test results. The application of
these methods and techniques to business forecasting and
quality management will complete this course. Prerequisite:
CMCT 7145. (1.5 credits)
Nov 4
Mon
1800-2200 6 wks
BBY CRN 63675
Nov 30 Sat-lab
0930-1230
CMGT 7220
$215
HEALTH AND SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION
Presents the role of key stakeholders involved in health and safety
issues in construction. Sessions will include: Role of Workers
Compensation Board; accident prevention ,on the construction
site; protection of the public; health hazards and the cost of
accidents in construction. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the
Construction Management degree program or by departmental
approval. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 67138
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 6wks
CMGT 7230
$215
The first of three courses on applying quality assurance (QA)
plans to construction projeyts. After an overview of QA systems,
the economic benefits and dministrative aspects of developing a
quality assurance plan will e reviewed, including developing
policy statements for progr m ipplementation and preparing
time and cost estimates. Be chlrarking will also be discussed.
Prerequisites: CMCT 7120 and CMCT 7155. (1 credit)
1
Sep 10 ' Tue
1830-pl30 6wkS
BBY CRN 61432
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$215
CMGT 7240
7230. (1 credit)
NovS
Tue
1830#130
6 wks
BBY CRN 61433
$415
CMGT 7420
contract (CCDC2) with
Builders' Lien Act of B.C.; surety bonds; insurance law and the
protection of a contractor's (or owner's) right to assert a delay
claim; and compares the different dispute resolution methods used
in B.C. Prerequisite: Acceptdnce into the Construction Management
degree program or by depapmental approval. (2 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
143011730 12 wks BBY CRN 67139
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CMGT 7530
$575
LEADERSHIP AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
Provides the essential skills to manage a diverse construction
workforce. Factors influencing performance, personality, culture
and organizational norms, as well as the practical application of
modern management concepts and techniques will be discussed.
Skills will be developed through lecture, casework, discussions,
and a computer-mediated simulation which provides extensive
feedback on the implications of decisions made. Prerequisite:
BUSA 7250. (2 credits)
Sep 12
Mon
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 61434
Sep 28/29 Sat/Sun 0830-1730
CMGT 7600
$215
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 1
The two courses in this series will cover employment and
collective bargaining legislation as well as the maintenance of
collective agreements and the management of industrial
relations. This first course will analyze (i)how employment
standards legislation impacts on the collective bargaining
environment and (ii) the impact of collective bargaining on
different models of organizational structure. This course will
conclude with discussion of open and closed shop work
environments. Prerequisite: CMCT 7420. (1 credit)
Sepll
Wed
1830-2130
6wks
BBY CRN 63231
CMGT 7610
$215
INDYSTRIAL RELATIONS I N BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 2
The construction manager will become involved in the
management of industrial relations in the modern workforce.
This second course will discuss the relationship of labour relations
associations and their involvement in the collective bargaining
process. It will also relate the management of construction trades
and professionals to the evolving construction environment.
There will also be a review and discussion of current B.C. labour
legislation, both contemplated and existing. Prerequisite: CMCT
7600. (1 credit)
Nov 6
Wed
1830-2130
6 wks
BBY CRN 63232
CMGT 7640
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN CONSTRUCTION 1
Contaminated sites issues impact on both the contractor and the
owner. Common surface and sub-surface contaminants and their
migration patterns will be reviewed together with current
legislation. Issues relating to liability, risk, hazards and toxicity will
be discussed. A section on the historical use of sites will conclude
the course. Prerequisite: CMGT 7610. (1 credit)
Sep 11
Wed
1830-2130
6 wks
BBY CRN 61435
CMGT 7650
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES I N CONSTRUCTION 2
This course will enable participants to manage constructionrelated aspects with due regard to pollution prevention and long
term environmental protection. Topics will include legislation,
sensitive areas (watercourses), construction and demolition
waste, building materials, noise management and fuel handling.
Prerequisite: CMCT 7640. (1 credit)
Nov6
Wed
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 61436
CMGT 7800
8415
PROJECT REPORTS
Primarily intended for the preparation of the final report for the
Industry Sponsored Project, this course will provide the basis and
format for all technical reports required in the program.
Emphasis will be placed on the overall structure, organization of
information and the logical progression of concepts. This course
should be completed at an early stage in the program.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Construction Management
degree program or by departmental approval. (2 credits)
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 64894
Sep 11 Wed
Sep 12 Thr
1430-1730 12 wks BBY
67140
CMGT 7820
$215
PROJECT PROPOSALS
This course is intended to be taken just prior to completion of
the program. It will help you conduct the necessary literature
review to clearly define your industry sponsor/research topic and
to prepare an effective proposal for submission to the
department. Your industry/sponsor is expected to provide
occasional guidance and support relating to this activity.
Prerequisite: CMGT 7800. (1 credit)
Sep 14
Sat
0900-1200
6 wks
BBY CRN 63233
CMGT 7840
$215
TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS
The ability to make an effective business presentation is now
more essential than ever for individuals wanting to advance in
their careers. This course will allow participants to analyze
audience needs and integrate objectives to content and
audience. Video feedback will be used extensively to provide
immediate and practical comments as you develop confidence.
Prerequisite: CMCT 7100. (1 credit)
Oct28
Mon
1830-2130
6wks
BBY CRN 61437
CMGT 8600
$575
MANAGEMENT OF PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS
This course provides participants with a comprehensive overview
of internal and external stakeholder groups involved with a
construction project. Case studies will be utilized to demonstrate
the potential impact of such groups on construction projects.
Computer simulated mediation will also be used to provide realtime feedback on team decisions. Prerequisites: CMGT 7530 and
CMCT 8440. (2 credits)
Nov 7
Thr
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 64895
Nov 23/24 Sat/Sun 0830-1730
CMCT 8800
$755
APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECT
In conjunction with an industry sponsor, the student solves a
management or technical problem relating to construction. This
applied project must contain some elements that are innovative,
experimental, or exploratory in nature. A faculty advisor will
provide guidance and direction where appropriate. A department
committee will evaluate the final report and its presentation.
Prerequisite: Completion of the core courses within the CMCT
program. (8 credits)
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The Bachelor of Technology in Electronics is designed for
electronics technologists (or equivalent) who wish to pursue a
degree while working. The program provides the necessary skills
and analytical background to function in engineering-level
capacity in either the automation-relatedor telecommunication
fields. The program has a strong industry focus while
maintaining a high level of rigour and analysis.
This Part-time Studies program is scheduled to serve the needs
of working professionals. Classes are held in the evenings,
weekends, or in intensive six to eight week full-time sessions. The
program provides students with a strong background in
fundamental engineering subjects - mathematics, physics, signal
analysis, and control as well as specialized knowledge in
telecommunication areas and automation-relatedareas. The
degree program also broadens the student's education with
required courses in business management and liberal education.
Web page
Please refer to BCIT's Web page on the Bachelor of Technology in
Electronics. Visit www.bcit.ca and click on Part-time programs,
the Program Finder.
Entrance Requirements
1. English 12 or equivalent.
2. A BClT diploma in Electronics or Electrical Engineering
Technology, or a diploma from any nationally accredited
program in a related engineering technology discipline, with a
minimum course average of 65%. Alternatively, an equivalent
level of education a t the post-secondary level or registration
(or qualifying to register) as an Applied Science Technologist
with ASlTBC will be considered.
3. A minimum of 6 months of relevant work experience prior to
admission and a minimum of 2 years (including 6 months
mentioned) prior to graduation.
4. Interview with program head.
Registration Procedure
The applicant may request a phone interview with the program
head prior to sending in the application. Contact the program
assistant at 604-456-8027 or the program head at 604-432-8484
for more information.
Candidates may select and register for courses after reviewing
each term's course offerings in the BClT Part-time Studies flyer.
Program Length
As a part-time studies program, a period of 3-5 years may be
required to complete the program.
Prior to work experience requirement, candidates may
accumulate credits as follows:
A maximum of 6 credits of technical studies/management
course work
maximum of 12 credits of liberal education component
course work,
A maximum of 6 credits of mathematics.
Program Structure
The general requirement for a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics
program is a minimum or 70 credits from 5 components.
Components
1. Degree core
2. Specialization electives
3. Management component
4. Liberal Education section
5. Industry project
1. Degree Core
(32 credits/all courses must be completed)
ELEX 7010
Engineering Statistics
ELEX 7020
Multivariable Calculus &
Dynamic Systems
ELEX 7021
Scientific Computing 1
ELEX 7030
Thermodynamics
ELEX 7040
Engineering Materials
ELEX 7110
Linear Physical Systems
ELEX 7120
Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus
ELEX 7121
Scientific Computing 2
COMP 7081
Technical Issues in Software Design
ELEX 7210
Signal Theory and Processing
ELEX 7220
Feedback Control
ELEX 7230
Electromagnetism
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12.0
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Credits
ELEX 8010
Data Communications
3.0
ELEX 8030
Real-Time Embedded Systems
3.0
ELEX 8110
Telecommunications System Design
3.0
ELEX 81 30
Computer Networks
3.0
ELEX 8140
Mobile Communications
3.0
ELEX 8020* Computer Architecture
3.0
ELEX 8120* Digital Signal Processing
and Applications
3.0
ELEX 8150* Microwave & Fibre Optic Engineering 3.0
ELEX 8160* Electric Machines
3.0
ELEX 81 70* Industrial System Electric Design
3.0
ELEX 8180* Advanced Process Control
3.0
ELEX 8190* Fluid Power Control
3.0
ELEX 821O* Motion Control Systems
3.0
ELEX 8220* Industrial Processes
3.0
ELEX 8260* Advanced Electric Machines
3.0
ELEX 8270* Power System Analysis
3.0
ELEX 8275* RF Design Engineering
3.0
*Not currently available. BCIT may offer these courses in the
future, depending on the evolution of the degree program.
3. Management Component (9 credits required)
BUSA 7250 .Management Skills and Applications
3.0
ELEX 8280
Engineering Law
3.0
ELEX 8290
Engineering Economics
3.0
4. Liberal Education Studies Section (12 credits)
Students must complete 12.0 credits of liberal education.
For further information please contact the Registrar's office
at 604-432-8230
7001
Critical Writing (required)
7002
Applied Ethics (required)
5. Industry Project (5 credits)
Each degree program student, after completing the
prescribed course work, will have to complete an
industry-sponsored project in their selected area.
LlBS
LlBS
ELEX 8300
Industry Project (required)
5.0
Degree Courses Offered This Term*
BUSA 7250
Management Skills and Applications
COMP 7081
Technical Issues in Software Design
LIBS 7001
Critical Reading and Writing
LlBS 7002
Applied Ethics
*See the appropriate section of the Part-time Studies flyer to
confirm course offerings and for the course descriptions and
information.
The following course offerings are dependent on sufficient
enrolment.
The time and days for classes may change from those given
below, contact Registration for the latest information.
1ELEX 0362
$195
MATLAB TUTORIAL
This course introducesthe student to MatLab software and its
use in electronics technology. The focus of the course is on the
graphical user interface, generating plots, an introduction to
Simulink and problem solving using this powerful tool. Students
taking advanced courses in Electronics Technology are advised to
take this course if they have no previous experience with MatLab.
Sep3
Tue
1800-2200 1 wk
BBY CRN 67128
Sep 7
Sat
0800-1700 1 wk
BBY
67128
ELEX 7020
$535
MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS AND DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
Review of advanced calculus concepts such as functions, limits,
continuity, sequences, derivatives, and integrals. The partial
derivative and multiple integrals are introduced and applications
considered. First, second, and higher order linear differential
equations are then covered with emphasis on modeling of
engineering systems in the electrical, mechanical, heat transfer,
fluid mechanics, and control systems fields. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 15 wks BBY CRN 67137
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ELEX 7021
$195
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING 1
This course is to be taken in conjunction with ELEX
7020 and will cover numerical analysis techniques used for
constrained and unconstrained maximization problems, ordinary
differential equations, root finding, and the solution of non-linear
equations. Engineering applications are emphasized and MatLab
is used throughout as the computing tool. Corequisite: ELEX
7020. (1 credit)
Sep 14
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BBY CRN 67216
ELEX 7030
$540
THERMODYNAMlCS
This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of
heat, work, and energy. The first law of thermodynamics is
introduced and used to analyze engineering devices such as
compressors, turbines, mixing chambers, cooling towers, heat
exchangers and reciprocating engines. Both air, steam, and
refrigerants are used as working fluids. The second law of
thermodynamics is used to evaluate the direction in which real
processes occur. The concept of entropy as a property is
introduced and used to evaluate irreversibilitiesin real processes
and to quantify the efficiency of devices. Power and refrigeration
cycles are introduced and the first and second law are used to
perform engineering analysis of the cycles. Laboratory
demonstrations form part of the course. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 61755
*Special info: There will be four or more 3-hour lab sessions
scheduled durina the term
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ELEX 7220
$535
FEEDBACK CONTROL
Linear controller design in a variety of application areas. Model
equationsfrom first principles, empirical models. Continuous and
discrete time frameworks. PID control analysis, transform controller
design, state feedback design the linear quadratic Caussianregulator problem, dead time compensation, sensitivity analysis,
predictive control. Hands-on labs form an integral part of the
course. Prerequisites: ELEX 7020, and ELEX 7110, and ELEX 7120
and a knowledge of MatLab (recommend ELEX 0362). (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 64890
*Special info: There will be four or more 3-hour lab sessions
scheduled durinq the term.
ELEX 8030
$535
REAL-TIME EMBEDDED
SYSTEMS
A structured approach to the problems of software
design for embedded systems. Solutions to interrupt handling,
context switching, synchronization, serialization, communications,
hardware driver design, system start-dp, and overall system
structure will be both surveyed and treated in detail. In the
laboratory, students will build a complete embedded system based
on the concepts and techniques discusses in the course. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 15 wks BBY CRN 67217
*Special info: There will be lab sessions scheduled during the term.
ELEX 8110
$535
TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM DESIGN
Covers fundamentals of communication theory and concepts
required for understanding the design of telecommunications
networks. Network traffic may be voice, data, video, facsimile,
telemetry, or any combination of these. Switching and transmission
techniques are covered. Prerequisites: ELEX 7020, and ELEX 7010
and a knowledge of MatLab (recommend ELEX 0362). (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 63337
ELEX 8280
$535
ENGINEERING LAW
This course provides an introductionto the Canadian legal system,
discusses business organizations, international considerations, tort
liability, contracts (offer and acceptance, interpretation, discharge,
breach, dispute resolutions), intellectual property law, and legal and
ethical responsibilitiesof the professional engineer. The course will
include critique and group discussion of case studies. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 67218
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604-451-6906
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604-432-8344
[email protected]
Visit our home page at: www.eng.bcit.ca
Program Objective
The,program objective is to prepare the graduate to function as
part of an engineering team working on:
The investigationand cleanup of existing environmental
problems.
The planning, design and construction of new projects in
order to minimize environmentaldamage.
This program is intended to provide the additional skills and
knowledge that EngineeringTechnology and Science graduates
require to successfully work on environmentalproblems faced by
the engineering and construction industries It should also serve
the professional development needs of practicing technologists
and engineers working in the environmental areas. The program
is structured to accommodate the requirements of applicants
from a wide range of science or engineering backgrounds
Entry Requirement:
A recognized Diploma of Technology in an engineering or
science discipline or a degree in engineering or science
discipline.
Two years work experience, subject to departmental approval.
A. Common Core
(All courses required, exceptions based on eligible transfer credits)
EENC 7700
Environmental Case Studies
EENC 7710
Chemistry 1 for EET
EENC 7711
Chemistry 2 for EET
EENG 7712
Organic Chemistry for EET
EENC 7713
Environmental Analytical Chemistry
EENG 7714
Methods of Wastewater Analysis
EENC 7715
Hydraulics 1 for EET
EENG 7716
Soil Mechanics & Groundwater for EET
EENG 7717
Hydrologyfor EET
ZENC 7718
Hydraulics 2 for EET
EENG 7719
Survey Techniquesfor EET
EENC 7720
Applied Microbiology
EENC 7721
Applied Toxicology
B Management
Required:
EENC 8780
Environmental Law 1
EENG 8781
Risk Assessment .
EENC 8782
Value Analysis & Environmental Management
EENC 8783
Risk Management
BUSA 7250
Management Skills & Applications
Electives (2 credits required):
EENC 8760
Solid Waste Management
EENC 8761
Recycling & Reduction Techniques
EENG 8768
Advanced Residuals Management
EENC 8784
Environmental Law 2
EENG 8785
Decision-making in Environmental Managemer
TMGT 7103, 7111, 7112, 7121-24, 7131, 7134
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C Major Elective Studies
(19 credits from 4 topic areas)
EENC 7740-7742 Groundwater (5 credits)
EENC 8750-8755 Liquid Waste (6 credits)
EENC 8760-8763 Solid Waste (4 credits)
EENG 8768-8769 Residuals Management (4 credits)
EENG 8770-8774 Contaminated Sites (5 credits)
EENC 8790-8792 Air Quality Management (6 credits)
EENC 8801-8804 Integrated Resource Management (5 credits)
EENC 8810-8812 Advanced Process Technologies (6 credits)
EENC 8820-8824 Advanced Chemical Analysis (6 credits)
D Graduating Project
EENC 8900
Project Reports
EENC 8901
Project Proposal
EENG 8902
Technical Presentations
EENC 8903
Applied Research Project
E Liberal Education
(12 credits required)
Check room locations and schedule updates on the Web at:
www.bcit.ca/Admissions-Homehtm
EENG 7700
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL CASE STUDIES
This course provides an introduction to the major areas of study
in the Environmental Engineering program. Topics covered
include; industrial and municipal liquid waste management, solid
waste management, contaminatedsites, environmental law,
principles of environmental assessment, ground water flow and
environmental management. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree in
Engineering or Science.
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 37225
EENG 7710
$215
CHEMISTRY 1 FOR EET
The first of a two-course series. The major topics covered are the
structure of atoms, compounds, stoichiometry, oxidation and
'reduction, and electrochemistry. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree
in Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 6 W ~ S BBY CRN 37235
EENG 7711
$215
CHEMISTRY 2 FOR EET
This second course will build on earlier material and will include
solutions, acids and bases, salt and buffer solutions, and solubility
of compounds. Some applications of precipitation reactions to
water and wastewater treatment will also be examined.
Prerequisite: EENC 7710. (1 credit)
Oct 29 Tue
1830-2130 6 W ~ S BBY CRN 37252
EENG 7712
$215
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR EET
This course will introduce the student to organic chemistry. The
nomenclature, physical properties, and reactivities of the more
common classes of organic compounds are discussed with
special attention given to industrial chemicals andorganics that
are environmental hazards. Prerequisite: EENG 7711. (1 credit)
Oct 30 Wed
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 64693
BBY
37256
Nov 1
Fri
1430-1730 6wks
EENG 7714
$415
METHODS OF WASTEWATER ANALYSIS
This course will introduce the student to some of the analytical
methods used to determine common pollutants in water and
wastewater. The theoretical aspects of each analysis as well as
typical industrial pollution problems related to local industry are
discussed during the lecture periods. Students practice the use of
laboratory equipment in accordance with proper procedures in
the laboratory periods. Prerequisite: EENC 7713. (2 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 12wks BBY CRN 63299
EENG 7715
$215
HYDRAULICS 1 FOR EET
An introduction to hydraulics (including hydrostatics,
fundamental flow and volume relationships) and solving simple,
steady, pipe flow problems. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree in
.
Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
SeD9
Mon
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 37236
E N G %I6
$215
SOIL MECHANICS AND GROUNDWATER FOR EET
An introduction to soil mechanics and groundwater, including
soil origins, types and classifications, phase relationships,
compaction, Darcy's law, flow nets, settling pond analysis, soil
pressure and soil strength. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree in
Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
Sep9
Mon
1430-1730 6wks
BBY CRN 37237
Sep9
Mon
1830-2130 6 w k ,
BBY
37255
EENG 7717
$215
HYDROLOGY FOR EET
An introductionto hydrology, including precipitation, drainage
basins, rational formula, SCS method, frequency analysis of extreme
flows, regional analysis, low flow analysis and measurement of
hydrologic parameters. Prerequisite: EENC 7716. (1 credit)
Oct 28 Mon
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 67146
Oct29 Tue
1430-1730 6wks
BBY
37257
EENG 7718
$215
HYDRAULICS 2 FOR EET
A continuation of Hydraulics 1 for EET, including pipe networks,
pumps, uniform and non-uniform open channel flow, and flow
measurement. Prerequisite: EENC 7715. (1 credit)
Oct28
Mon
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 37247
EENG 7719
$215
SURVEY TECHNIQUES FOR EET
Introduces fundamental concepts of surveying with applications for
applied waste management. Topics include an introduction to
survey methodology, survey instrumentation, a description of the
theory associated with survey computations, methods for
determining horizontal positions and elevations, including position
determination using GPS satellite technology. Prerequisite: EENG
7700 or with departmental approval. Prerequisite: Diploma or
degree in Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 6 wks
BBY CRN 37245
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EENC 7720
$215
APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
This course examines the types and functions of microorganisms
as applicable to the engineering field. Topics include; the basic
characteristics of bacteria, nutrient cycles, oxidation and
reduction, waste treatment, pollution and bioremediation. Case
studies of applied microbiologicalprojects will be reviewed
including constructed wetlands, drinking-water distribution
systems and pollution monitoring. Prerequisite: EENC 7712.
Oct 30 .Wed
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 37982
EENC 7721
$215
APPLIED TOXICOLOGY
This course provides an introduction to the principles of
toxicology, as applied to environmental engineering. Course
topics include a review of biological, organic and inorganic
substances and their properties and behaviour in the
environment; the biological responses of cells and animals to
toxic substances; and the application of toxicology to risk
assessment and the development of water-quality guidelines.
Prerequisite: EENC 7712. (1 credit)
Seo9
Mon
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 63298
EENG 7740
$215
PHYSICAL HYDROGEOLOGY
This course gives students an overview of the occurrence and
movement of groundwater in a variety of geologic settings and
explains the effect of human activity on that movement. Topics
include: types of aquifers, properties of porous media,
groundwater flow and pump testing of aquifers. The course
provides theoretical foundation for the study of groundwater
contaminants in EENG 7741. Prerequisite: EENG 7717. (1 credit)
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 37231
BBY
38502
1430-1730 6wks
Oct28 Mon
BBY
67147
1830-2130 6wks
Oct 31 Thr
EENG 7741
5415
CONTAMINANT HYDROGEOLOGY
Major sources of groundwater contaminants and their flow in
groundwater will be examined. Topics will includeterminology,
water quality, chemical constituents of groundwater, natural
chemical evolution of groundwater, instrumentation, LNAPLs and
DNAPLs, transport mechanisms, measurement of parameters,
sources of contamination, and an introduction to solutions
employing analytical and numerical methods. Prerequisites:
EENC 7740 and EENC 7713. (2 credits)
Oct 31 Thr
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 37253
EENG 8750
$215
MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT 1
Examines the sources of municipal wastewater, factors that affect
wastewater flow, measurement of wastewater flow and strength,
effects of effluent discharges on the receiving environment,
legislation, onsite treatment, screening, comminution, grit
removal and flow equalization. Design and practical
considerations will be emphasized. Prerequisites: EENG 7714 and
EENC 7715. (1 credit)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 37242
B
63294
Oct 31 Thr
1430-1730 6wks
EENC 8751
$215
MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT 2
This course is a continuation of EENC 8750 and examines the
principles of primary sedimentation and secondary treatment
including suspended growth, attached growth, and secondary
clariiication. Practical and operational aspects will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: EENG 8750 and EENC 7718. (1 credit)
Oct 30 Wed
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 37260
EENG 8755
$215
DRINKING WATER TREATMENT
This course will cover drinking water quality and aqsociated public
health concerns. Particular emphasis will be placed on the
multiple-barrierconcept for the inactivationof Giardia and
Cryptosporidium, as well as the control of disinfection byproducts. A substantial portion of the course will deal with
practical design of commonly used treatment processes for the
production of potable water. Prerequisites: EENC 7713 and EENC.
SeD 12 Thr
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 67148
EENG 8770
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
This course is the first of fihe-courses. It has two primary
purposes. First, it summarizes the five main processes in the
management of contaminatedsites: site audit, site investigation,
risk assessment, sampling, and treatment and monitoring.
Second, it gives students the necessary knowledge and skills to
perform a site audit. Case histories will be used as examples to
demonstrate the principles of environmentalsite assessments
(ESAs) and environmental audits (EAs). Prerequisites: EENC 7713
and EENC 7716. (1 credit1
Sep 10 Tue
18342130 6wks
BBY CRN 39915
I
$215
EENG 8771
CONTAMINATED SITE IYVESTIGATION PROCESS
This course highlights the importance of site characterization in
terms of soil, water and sediment, as an essential and integral
part of the overall management of contaminated sites. It also
focuses on the role of the site investigator, and on a phased
planning approach to obtaining proper data to characterize site
contamination, evaluate remedial alternatives and assess risks.
Prerequisites: EENG 7741 and EENG 8770. (1 credit)
Oct 30 .Wed
1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 61448
I
$215
EENG 8774
SITE REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES
This course focuses on the range of remedial technologies that
are available and provides students with the skills to apply
appropriate technologies in given situations. Techniques to
monitor and evaluate performance of the selected remedial
options will be discussed. $ince this is the final course in the
series, this course also focuses ,on integrating the material from
the first four courses. Prerequisite: EENC 8773. (1 credit)
Sep 9
Mon
1834-2130
6 wks
BBY CRN 67149
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
EENG 8780
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 1
This course provides an overview of the Canadian legal system
and sources of environmentallaw. It addresses federal, provincial
and municipal environmentallaws governing water, air,
transportation of dangerous goods, contaminated land, and
waste and hazardoussubstance management. Sources of liability
for individuals, directors and officers, companies and
environmentalprofessionalsand the basic elements of due
diligence are also covered. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree in
Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
Sep12 Thr
1430-1730 6wks
BBY CRN 37981
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2130 6wks
BBY
37262
EENG 8781
$215
RISK ASSESSMENT
This course will examine risk-assessment methods and outcomes
including definitions and discussions of the principles of hazard
identifications, dose response, exposure assessment and risk
characterization. Specific risk-assessment techniques will be
presented including checklists, preliminary hazard analysis,
what-if analysis, fault-tree analysis, event-tree analysis, hazard
and operability studies and EPA risk assessment procedures.
Prerequisite: EENG 7721. (1 credit)
Oct2B Mon , 1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 37240
EENG 8782
$215
VALUE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
This course provides an overview of the process involved in
managing the environmental aspects of projects on a global,
regional and local scale. The student will learn to apply the
guiding principles of sustainability and consider the laws, policies
and regulations related to environmental management. Emphasis
will be placed on environmental management (IS0 14000), life
cycle analysis; environmental risks and liabilities. Prerequisite:
EENC 8780. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 39916
Oct 31 Thr
1830-2130 6 wks
EENG 8783
$215
RISK MANAGEMENT
This course covers factors affecting management decisions;
regulatory requirements, corporate standards, employee politics,
public and media, financial limitations and risk communication.
Other risk management options including prevention planning,
emergency response, containment, on-site treatment, off-site
treatment, landfill and other storage means will be examined.
Prerequisites: EENG 8781 and EENG 8782. (1 credit)
Oct29 Tue
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 39920
EENG 8784
$215
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 2
This course addresses environmental regulation of various natural
resources sectors in British Columbia, including forestry, mining,
energy and fishing. The course covers laws regulating
environmental impact assessment and environmental aspects of
municipal and regional land use planning processes and the role
of aboriginal rights in environmentaland natural resource
management. Prerequisite: EENG 8780. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 62775
Oct 31 Thr
1830-2130 6 wks
EENG 8785
$415
DECISION MAKING IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
This course examines decision making and decision planning
models as they relate to environmentalmanagement. Topics
include the historical roots of environmental management;
rational decision-making processes; the institutionalstructure and
methods of decision making in environmental management; and
the relationship between current decision making models and
sustainable development. Prerequisite: EENG 8782. (2 credits)
O b 28 Mon
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 39914
No classes on Nov 11, Dec 16,23 and 30.
EENG 8790
$415
AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Provides an overview of air pollution, focusing on atmospheric air
quality issues. The course will discuss the sources of air pollution
and their regulation. The student will be introduced to emission
inventories, urban air pollution, and meteorology. An
introduction to dispersion modeling as a method of linking
emissions to air quality will also be presented. Prerequisite: EENG
7712. (2 credits)
1830-2130 12 WkS BBY CRN 37244
Sep 10 Tue
EENG 8810
$415
PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY FOR EET
This course the details the basic pulp and paper processes in use
today. The principal emissions (air, water, solids) are discussed in
detail in terms of formation, chemistry, analytical detection
techniques and engineering control methods. Potential process
modifications in the pulp and paper industry as a means of
decreasing environmental emissions are also discussed.
Prerequisite: 2 year Science diploma. (2 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 37233
EENG 8820
$595
SEPARATION AND IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUES
Environmental contaminants include many industrial by-products
such as chlorinated organics, petroleum hydrocarbons, PAHs and
trace metals. It is the purpose of this course to show how to
develop methods for the separation, identification and
quantification of environmental contaminants in air, water, soil
and sediment samples. Prerequisite: 2 year Chemical Sciences
diploma or equivalent. (2 credits)
SeD 12 Thr
1830-2130 12Wks BBY CRN 39919
EENG 8900
$415
PROJECT REPORTS
Primarily intended for preparation of the final report for the
Industry Sponsored Project, this course will provide the basis and
format for all technical reports required in the program.
Emphasis will be placed on the overall structure, organization of
information and the logical progression of concepts. This course
should be completed during the Common Core portion of the
program. Prerequisite: Diploma or degree in Engineering or
Science. (2 credits)
1430-1730 12 wks BBY CRN -37356
Sep 11 Wed
38055
1830-2130 12 wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
EENG 8901
$215
PROJECT PROPOSAL
After selecting the research project topic, this course helps the
student conduct a literature review to clearly define the problem
and to prepare an effective proposal for the project. If by this
time, the student has selected an industry sponsor the proposal
can be submitted to the departmentfor approval. Prerequisite:
EENG 8900. (1 credit)
Ser, 14 Sat
0900-1200 6 ~ k s BBY CRN 37250
EENG 8902
$215
TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS
The ability to make an effective presentation is now more
essential than ever for individuals wanting to advance their
careers. This course will allow participants to analyze the needs of
your audience and then integrateyour objective to the content
and audience. Video feedback will be used extensively to provide
immediate and practical comments as you develop comfort and
confidence in business presentations. Prerequisite: Diploma or
degree in Engineering or Science. (1 credit)
Oct28
Mon
1830-2130
6wks
BBY CRN 37454
EENC 8903
$750
APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECT
In conjunction with an industry sponsor, the student solves a
technical problem relating to the environment. The research
project must contain elements that are innovative, experimental,
or exploratory in nature. A department committee will supervise
the progress of the project, provide guidance and direction
where appropriate, and evaluate the final report and its
presentation. Prerequisite: Completion of Major Elective Studies,
EENC 8901 and departmental approval. (8 credits)
604412-7436
Rosaline Baik [email protected]
Web site: http://nobel.scas. bcit.ca/forensic
The overall aim of the Forensic Science Technology program is to
provide structured, applied technological advanced training in
forensic science and criminal investigation in British Columbia.
The program is designed for maximum flexibility to meet career
path and personal needs. Qualified candidates may, with
departmental approval, take individual courses for professional
development, obtain an advanced specialty certificate in a given
area, or a Bachelor of Technology Degree in Forensic
Investigation only if all the admission requirements are met.
The Bachelor of Technology in Forensic Investigation has two
options of specialization:
Forensic Science Studies (Biological Chemical &
Physical Aspects)
Economic & Computer Crime Studies.
FSCT 6304
$540
DRUG RECOGNITION EXPERT COURSE 1
Covers Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Pre-Drug
Recognition Expert Training. Enable to detect "the drug impaired
subject" whether impairment is by alcohol, drugs or combined
effects. Prepare for Drug Recognition Expert Course 2. Emphasis
on "Detecting the Drug Impaired Driver." Students who
successfully complete the course will receive a certificate from the
US Government National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Prerequisites: FSCT 5001 and FSCT 5002 or equivalent. Relevant
work experience and permission of instructor and program head.
(2.5 credits)
Sep 18 Wed
1830-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67202
FSCT 7003
$455
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW
Examines the role of forensic evidence in the criminal trial
process. Deals with the usefulness as well as the limitations of
forensic evidence. Student will participatein a particular role in
developing, examining or cross-examining Crown or defense
expert witnesses during the trial of an accused charged with First
Degree Murder. Prerequisite: FSCT 7001, FSCT 7002 or
equivalent and departmental approval. (2 credits)
Sep 14
DTC CRN 66943
I605
BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING MANAGEMENT
FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
This course is divided into five parts: (1) Concepts and processes
of business continuity planning; (2) Risk assessment; (3) Business
impact analysis; (4) Developing recovery scenarios and plans;
and (5) Maintaining and testing plans. Students will be provided
with an understanding of business continuity planning, its
concepts, and its application in today's organizations. (3 credits)
Ser, 18 Wed
1800-2130 13 wks DTC CRN 66944
Sat
0900-1200
10 wks
FSCT 7130
FSCT 7220
$555
INTRODUCTION TO COMMERCIAL CRIME STUDIES
Provides an overview of the use of computers in forensic
investigations, including: computer crime, and investigative
techniques used by forensic investigators; use of computers to
enhance community services; crime and the Internet, and social
implications of information technology and computers. (3 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1800-2130 13 W ~ S BBV CRN 66949
FSCT 7230
$455
METHODS IN FORENSIC INTERVIEWING
The outcome of most investigations usually depends on the
information supplied by victims, witnesses and suspects to an
investigator. Experienced investigators will learn methods and
techniques available for interviewing victims, witnesses and
suspects to obtain proper, informative and legal statements that
will both aid in the investigation and be acceptable to the courts.
Prerequisite: Investigative experience an asset and departmental
approval. (2 credits)
Nov 30 Sat
0830-1630 4 wks
BBY CRN 66958
FSCT 7320
- $530
INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE
Part 1: Overview of the biological and life sciences and their roles
in civil and criminal trials. The relationshipbetween the crime
scene investigators and the laboratory examiners of biological
types of evidence are discussed. The scientific and legal aspects
of current concepts and issues are also examined. Part 2: The
principles of forensic chemistry, toxicology and street drugs,
alcohol and poisons. Both scientific principles and legal
implications are examined. (3 credits)
Ser, 17 Tue
1800-2130 13 wks BBY CRN 66959
FSCT 8120
$505
INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC ODONTOLOGY
Demonstratesthe resolution of criminal cases involving dental
evidence. Learn the principles of handling dental evidence and
the physical comparison and analysis of dental exhibits. Using
lecture and laboratory formats to demonstrate the various
aspects of forensic dental science and to allow experience in
using various materials to collect the physical, biological and
photographic evidence. (2 credits)
Oct 19 Sat
0830-1630 3 WIG DTC CRN 66960
+ 1 Sun
FSCT 8201
$380
ENVIRONMENTAL FOfiENSlC INVESTIGATIONS
This course is designed to examine the legal process to present
environmental prosecutions, gathering of evidence, investigation
and the court challenge associated with environmental crimes.
(2 credits)
Oct 4
Fri/
SatfSun
0800-1700
1 wk
DTC CRN 66963
~
~~
FSCT 8 2 3 0
$555
THE MEDICOLEGAL ASPECTS OF ALCOHOL
This course provides informationon how alcohol affects an
individual's ability to perform everyday physical tasks, as their
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) rises from sobriety to
intoxication. Students are exposed to the various technologies that
are currently available to measure alcohol intoxication. (3 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1800-2130 13 wks DTC CRN 66964
~~
FSCT 8250
$555
FORENSIC CHEMISIRR DRUG ANALYSIS
Introduces the chemistry and analytical testing of illicit and
controlled drugs. Students will conduct experiments in the
characterization of drugs in typical street form including
cannabis, cocaine and crack, heroin, designer drugs and
hallucinogens. Learn various chemical tests, isolation and
purification techniques, chromatographic and spectroscopic
techniques and conduct experiments in drug synthesis. Other
experiments include clandestine laboratories and toxicological
screening in body fluids. (3 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1800-2130 13 wks BBY CRN 66965
FSCT 8330
$555
PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF FIREARM
AND TOOLMARK EXAMINATION
This course covers firearms and ammunition, serial number
restoration, physical matching and comparison, range
determination, gunshot wounds and exhibit handling. Emphasis
is placed on firearm and tool mark identification to increase
understanding of the uniqueness of tool marks as an aid in
investigatingand solving crimes. (3 credits)
Sep 18 Wed
1800-2130 13 wks BBY CRN 66967
FSCT 8360
$630
FORENSIC IMAGING TECHNIQUES
Provides hands-on experience with digital imaging enhancement.
Take photographs, film, video tapes and other evidentiary
material through the digital process. Capture images from
various sources into the digital environment, image
enhancement and the production of quality images for
presentation. Computer lab sessions are designed to complement
and integrate lecture material. Prerequisite: Basic understanding
of Windows 95, 98 or NT operating systems. Relevant work
experience and departmental approval. (3 credits)
DTC CRN 66968
Dec9
Mon-Fri 0830-1630 1 wk
FSCT 8401
$555
LOSS PREVENTION AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Provides students with an understanding of the importanceof
loss prevention as a tool to improve risk selection and loss
experience. Designed to provide participantswith knowledge of
how to identify the factors that create losses, and use the
information to establish a program to mitigate the frequency and
severity of losses. The role of loss prevention and risk
management in the corporate strategy is discussed. (3 credits)
Sep 17
Tue
1800-2130
13 wks
BBY CRN 67203
FSCT 8420
$455
INVESTIGATION OF SECURITIES CRIMES
Introduces Criminal Code and Securities Act infractions particular
to the Canadian stock exchanges and markets, and to the
techniques used by the white collar crime investigator to identify,
investigate and prosecute these offences. The focus is on offences
relating to Canada's junior markets including current and
emerging trends. (2 credits)
Sep26 Thr
1800-2100 10 wks DTC CRN 66980
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GEOM 7115
$330
AUTODESK SURVEY
Teaches you how to efficiently collect and process survey field
data through the establishment of data collection and processing
standards using Autodesk Survey. This course includes a short
field project but mainly focuses on the implementation of data
collection standards, doLvnloading/importing of data, and the
adjustment/analysisof field measurements. Prerequisite: GEOM
7105 or departmental approval. (1 credit)
Sep 16 Mon
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 63505
FSCT 8430
ONLINE $555
TACTICAL ANALYSIS LEVEL 1
This course presents the intelligence cycle used by law
enforcement analysts to analyze the behaviour of organized
crime groups. Definitions of analysis; the organizational role of
analysts; and trends in analysis, are discussed. Emphasis on the
analytical process of planning, collection, evaluation, collation,
data analysis, report preparation and dissemination. (3 credits)
Sep 20 Fri
13 wks ONLINE CRN 66981
FSCT 8460
ONLINE $605
FORENSIC ACCOUNTING 2
Building upon Forensic Accounting 1, this course
provides some specific types of commercial fraud and abuse,
including asset misappropriation, falsified statements, corruption,
and conflict of interest. Specialized topics, such as anticompetitive offences, risks involved in foreign operations, due
diligence requirements, and anti-money-laundering and antiterrorism legislation are also canvassed. (3 credits)
Sep 20 Fri
13 wks ONLINE CRN 66982
GEOM 7125
$330
AUTODESK CIVIL DESIGN 1
Provides an introduction to Autodesk Civil Design software.
Candidates will design horizontal and vertical roadway alignments,
use templates to create finished grade surfaces from the roadway
alignments, use grading tools to calculate cut and fill material
volumes and assemble the roadway and site design information to
create a complete drawing of the development site. Prerequisite:
CEOM 7105 or departmental approval. (1 credit)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6 w ~ S BBY CRN 63504
pJg
FSCT 8520
ONLINE $605
INTERNET FOR INVESTIGATlONS
The Internet consists of about 800 million pages of
information, yet many investigators make only superficial use of
this resource. Designed for investigators-who need to search
more aggressively and use information more carefully than the
general public. Covers search strategies and tactics, security
issues, Internet utilities, commercial databases, analytical tools
and techniques. Prerequisite: Relevant work experience and
departmental approval. (3 credits)
Sep20 Fri
13 wks ONLINE CRN 66983
GEOM 7132
$500
SPATIAL DATABASE SYSTEMS 1
An introduction to database systems used in the Geomatics
Industry. Topics include hierarchical, network and relation data
models, database normalization, data security and integrity. SQL
will be covered in terms of the DDL, DML and DCL command sets.
Also, database applications will be constructed using VB. (2 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67007
GEOM 7135
$330
AUTODESK CIVIL DESIGN 2
Equips candidates with advanced skills to proficiently use
Autodesk Civil Design software to design engineering services for
a land development site. Candidates will learn applicable
procedures for.site grading with 3D polylines, points, contours,
day-lighting and the grading object. Site analysis, volume
calculations and construction grading reports are also discussed.
Prerequisite: CEOM 7125. (1 credit)
Oct24 Thr
1845-2145 6 W ~ S BBY CRN 64844
FSCT 8580
$605
ENCRYP l l O N
The course will focus on the concept and application of
cryptography, covering topics on public-key parameters,
pseudorandom bits and sequences, stream ciphers, block ciphers,
public-key cryptography, hash functions and data integrity,
identification and entity authentication, digital signatures, key
establishment protocols, key management techniques and
implementation. (3 credits)
Sep 17 Tue
1800-2130 13 WkS DTC CRN 66984
GEOM 7205
$840
SATELLITE POSITIONING FOR RESOURCE SURVEYS
Provides an introduction to CPS technology for resource surveys
in B.C., covering techniques for accuracy requirements greater
than one to two metres. Topics include fundamental concepts,
CPS equipment and software, and procedures to minimize errors
and correctly integrate GPS data with other data sources. Upon
successful completion, participants are eligible to receive a RIC
training certificate. Prerequisite: SURV 5108 or departmental
approval. (2 credits)
SeD 14
Sat
0830-1600 6 wks
BBY CRN 63168
Program Assistant
&&-I%%I?%changes in spatial data capture and management,
BCIT's Bachelor of Technology in Geomatics/CIS provides
excellent opportunities for career enhancement and professional
growth. There are two program options to choose from Surveying/Mapping and CIS. The first will appeal primarily to
uate Ceomatics Engineering te
pursue Professional Accreditation a
their career in other areas of Ceomatics such as Mapping or
Hydrography. The second option will appeal to graduates from
many areas for example, Surveying and Mapping, Forestry,
Civil, Environmental, and Mining -who wish to learn how to
integrate CIS technology in their profession. The program
comprises four components: 27 credits of technical studies, 9
credits of management courses, 12 credits of liberal education
and an industry project worth 12 credits.
Offered a t this time only through Part-time Studies, this program
allows you to continue your studies while maintaining your
employment. These courses may also be of interest to current
professionals who wish to participate on a professional
development basis.
GEOM 7307
$545
ADVANCED DIGITAL MAPPING
Provides hands-on training in the application of photogrammetry
with an emphasis on project planning and management. Topics
covered include mapping project design; digital data capture,
editing, and terrain modelling using softcopy workstations;
cartographic presentation; orthophoto production; project
planning and management. Prerequisite: SURV 3367 or
departmental approval. (2 credits)
Oct 4
Fri
0830-1230 9WkS
BBY CRN 63167
-
GEOM 7330
$545
CADASTRAL SURVEYS AND LAND REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
Students are introduced to concepts of land use and land
ownership under English common law and are practically
engaged in researching and interpreting legislation and case law.
Also explores the role of the land surveyor and the contribution
of the surveying profession to land development. Students must
have Internet access and e-mail. Prerequisite: Basic understanding
of Land Surveying. (2 credits)
Nov 15 Fri-Sat/
0830-1730 10 wks BBY CRN 67005
Sat
0830-1730
Note: Class meets Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15-16, 2002
and Sat., January 18,2003. Attendance is mandatory for the
Jan. 18 session.
Nov 15 (Correspondence Offering) 10 wks CORRESP 67006
Note: Although this is a correspondence offering of CEOM 7330,
students must attend a session on Jan. 18, 2003 from 0830-1730
a t the Burnaby Campus.
Re uir ments
R etrance
minimuta enTrance requirement is:
A recognized Diploma of Technology or equivalent in a related
engineering or science discipline or related field, or a degree
in Engineering, Science, Applied Science or related field.
Minimup of 6 months of relevant work experience prior to
admission,,and a minimum of two years relevant work
experience (which includes the 6 months mentioned earlier)
prior to graduation.
English 12 or equivalent.
Students whose native language is not English and who have
completed theif degree/diploma at a post-secondary
institution where English was not the language of instruction
are required to satisfactorily complete a BClT Communications
Department English Language Competency Test.
Subject to approval by the program head, individuals may
register in some courses while completing the balance of the
required work experience. AH participants will be required to
meet with the program head to review the initial application for
acceptance. Supplemental courses may be required in order to
fulfill the educational background required for practice in the
geomatics and CIS industry.
GEOM 8 1 3 2
$500
SPATIAL DATABASE SYSTEMS 2
Deals with advanced topics that are centered on the
management of spatial and attribute data. Topics include
database automation, the roles of RDBMS, ORDMS, Universal
Servers, OpenClS and Web in relation to the storage and
distribution of spatial data. Oracle Spatial and ArcSDE will be
compared in detail. Prerequisite: CDCM 2372. (2 credits)
Sep19 Thr
1845-2145 12 WkS BBY CRN 67009
GIST 7100
$335
FUNDAMENTALS OF CIS
Provides an overview of Geographic Information Systems
technology, covering fundamental concepts, terminology, and
technologies associated with CIS, applications of CIS, data
modelling, file and database systems, raster and vector data
models, architecture of CIS software, data collection and input,
data manipulation and analysis of general management issues,
trends in CIS. (2 credits)
SeD 10 Tue
1845-2145 l2wks BBY CRN 63163
p y a q yopure
or eta1 e in ormation on the entire program, including
descriptions of all courses being offered and the application
process, please e-mail or phone us at the address or number
listed-above.
Courses Offered this Term
GEOM 7105
$555
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD LAND DESKTOP
Provides an introduction to the creation and management of
projects and associated drawings using Land Development
Desktop software. Topics include point object basics, labeling,
description keys, point groups, horizontal alignment, parcel
definition and terrain modelling. Prerequisite: AlCO 1000 or
department approval. (2 credits)
Sep 17 Tue
1845-2145 12 w ~ S BBY CRN 63170
Courses via the Internet
GEOM 7105
$505
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD LAND DESKTOP
Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required.
Provides an introduction to the creation and management of
projects and associated drawings using Land Desktop software.
Topics include point object basics, tabelling, description keys,
point groups, horizontal alignment, parcel definition and terrain
modeling. Prerequisite: AlCO 1000 or departmental approval.
(2 credits)
Sep 17-Dec 3
CRN 67143
GEOM 7132
$4SPATIAL DATABASE'SYSTEMS 1
k5
Additional
Elfees (TBA) if software and textbook are required.
An introduction to database systems used in the Geomatics
Industry. Topics include hierarchical, network and relation data
models, database normalization, data security and integrity. SQL
will be covered in terms of the DDL, DML and DCL command
sets. Also, database applications will be constructed using VB.
(2 credits)
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 67008
8132
@ GEOM
SPATIAL DATABASE SYSTEMS 2
$490
- 1
Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required.
Deals with advanced topics that are centered on the
management of spatial and attribute data. Topics include
database automation, the roles of RDBMS, 0
Servers, OpenClS and Web in relation to the
distribution of spatial data. Oracle Spatial and ArcSDE will be
compared in detail. Prerequisite: CDCM 2372. (2 credits)
Sep 19-Dec 5
CRN 67010
GIST 7079 $400 SOFTWARE (IF REQUIRED) $100
DESKTOP GEOGRAPHICS
Introduces desktop CIS technology currently used in
industry. Lecture material examines CIS applications, data
sources, software functionality. Labs provide a practical
introduction to Geomedia, a commercial desktop
wide application in such areas as planning, resource
management, and business. (1 credit)
Oct 23 3/4 Nov 27
CRN 65078
@jJ
GIST 7150
$500
FUNDAMENTALS OF CIS
Provides an overview of Geographic Information Systems
technology, covering fundamental concepts, terminology, and
technologies associated with CIS, applications of CIS, data
modeling, file and database systems, raster and vector data
models, architecture of CIS software, data collection and input,
data manipulation and analysis of general management issues,
trends in CIS. (2 credits)
,
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 65079
pJig
GIST 7159
$435
MAPPING USING' MlCRClSTATlON
Additional fees (TBA) if softwcrre and textbook are required.
Using the Internet, a printed workbook, and Microstation software,
this course introduces students to Microstation, a powerful CAD
program used worldwide for mapping and CIS. Topics covered
include design plane set-up, element placement and symbology,
text placement, precision input, and element manipulation.
Examples are based on mapping and CIS. (2 credits)
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 63563
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GIST 8168
REMOTE SENSING
$775
S O M A R E (IF REQUIRED) $60
TEXTBOOK (IF REQUIRED) TBA
Provides an overview of the principles of remote sensing and
image processing - current satellite image acquisition systems,
image display and enhancement, image geocoding, image
classification and remote sensing applications in CIS. Digital image
processing and analysis techniques are studied in theory and in
practice using digital image processing software. (2 credits)
CRN 67168
Sep 1 0-Nov 26
67145
(includes software)
Online courses may require software and textbook. For more
information and/or to register for the CIS Distance Education
(online) courses, please conqct Stephanie Hristovsky at
604451-7001 or e-mail [email protected]@bcit.ca.
program. Classroom courses jare an option but not a requirement
in this self-paced, self-directq prbgram. Contact program
administrator at 604-432-8658 or e-mail a t [email protected]
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teamer-focused
Course delivery integrates one-on-one coaching and
interactivetechnology
Course content can be customized to the needs of learners,
organizations and industry
Learner targets selected behaviour changes.
Self-paced and self-directed
Flexible schedule and customized learning plan
Learners move at their own pace and working with their
degree coach, create their own degree completion schedule.
How i s the Program Delivered?
Students work closely with the BCIT degree coach to establish
their learning goals and degree completion plans. The coach
offers support and structure on an on-going basis, usually in
the form of weekly coaching sessions.
Online delivery, distance education format. There are no
scheduled classes, no classroom based activities.
Flexible scheduling: student discusses assignments with the
degree coach a t a mutually convenient time. Students use
e-mail, telephone, and online chats to communicate with
coach and other students.
Each student identifies a workplace advisor who provides
support and encouragement. The workplace advisor may help
the student by making resources and opportunitiesavailable
(e.g., by allowing the student to take on additional duties to
complete the required assignments); the advisor is not
expected to commit significant amounts of time to the role.
Who Should A ply?
The program is fesigned for career-oriented adults who are
working either as supervisorshanagersin a traditionally
structured organization, or as team leaders/participantsin a
team-based organization, and who want to
Develop and enhance their generic management knowledge
and skills
Improve their on-the-job performance
Continue to work full-time while completing a management
degree.
Using Technolog and t h e Internet:
The program uses 6evelopMentor software and course Web site,
so learners must have a working knowledge of computer skills.
The software package provides students with important
information of how to make the behaviour changes required.
Web-based research is required in many modules of work.
Suggested Internet sites to visit are provided. Many resources are
available through the program’s Web site.
Entrance Requirements:
The Entrance requirementsfor the Bachelor of Technology in
Management are listed below. Please submit the entire package
of information with applicationfee to the Registrar’s Office:
BClT Diploma or equivalent (official transcript)
Resume, which indicates current employment in a
management or supervisory position and two years of
relevant, full-time work.
English 12 or equivalent, and the demonstration of strong
communication skills: assessed through written letters and
interview.
One letter explaining the relationship between the degree
program and the applicant’s personal goals.
One letter of support from the applicant’s employer.
Two letters of support from colleagues, clients or customers.
Computer literacy: working knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel,
e-mail and Internet.
Diploma level Accounting course: FMCT 1 1 00 or FMGT 1 1 52
or equivalent are required prior to taking MGMT 8420.
An interview with the program head. The interview will not be
granted until all other entrance requirements have been met.
Pro ram Len th:
The3achelor o?Technology in Management must be completed
within six years from acceptance into the program. The program
is self-paced; therefore the learner determines completion time.
The expectation is that students Will complete in two to four
years. Employment is required to complete the program.
Grading:
BClT degree coaches work with degree students as they develop
their competence in each area. An area expert (an academic
specialist in the competency area) evaluates all final assessments
to ensure that it meets this academic standard. Upon completion
of each module, students will be assigned a grade of 80%.
Pro ram Content:
The3achelor of Technology in Management is comprised of two
key components:
Credits
1. Advanced Technical Component 48.0
Management Competency
12.0
2. Liberal Education
60.0
Total
a) All students begin by taking:
MCMT 801 0 Self Awareness and Self Management
3.0
b) Students must complete all of the following 45 credits.
The order in which courses undertaken will be determined
by student and their assigned degree coach:
Management and Management - Health Specialty
Course Outlines:
For detail course descriptions, please check the Web site:
http://online. bcit.ca/de/Corsmenu.htm.
MGMT 8010
$450
DEMONSTRATE SELF AWARENESS
Includes: assess your management skills and style, assess your
managerial strengths, limitations, development needs and plan
on-going development. (3 credits)
MGMT 8110
$450
COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY
Includes: listen effectively, foster open communication, speak
effectively, prepare effective written communications, and
conduct effective meetings. (3 credits)
MGMT 8125
$450
BUILDING EFFECTWE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
Includes: build relationships, display a personable and
professional style of interacting, and manage conflict. (3 credits)
MGMT 8130
$450
INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HEALTH CARE
Includes: cases and problems, and insight into the future of
health information systems. (3 credits)
MGMT 8160
$300
HEALTH LABOUR RELATIONS
Includes: functions of bargaining unite, collective bargaining,
industrial relations, and grievance handling. (2 credits)
MCMT 8170
. $450
HEALTH CARE LAW
Includes: legal roles of health paraprofessionalsand significant
legal themes. (3 credits)
MGMT 8180
$300
HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS
Includes: health care financing, manpower planning and impact
of new health technology. (2 credits)
MGMT 8215
$450
DEVELOP LEADERSHIP ROLES
Includes: understand leadership and managementfunctions,
develop leadership skills, understand followers and followership,
examine the impact of leadership ethics and values, examine the
impact of diversity on leadership. (3 credits)
MGMT 8220
$300
FOSTER TEAMWORK
Includes: create a team environment, build team leadership and
followership skills, coaching for performance, foster creativity and
innovation in a team environment, and manage conflict in a
team environment. (2 credits)
MGMT 8230
$300
LEAD EFFECTIVELY
Includes: building shared vision, lead persuasively, examine
motivation, satisfaction and performance, focus on outcomes
and performance, situational leadership. (2 credits)
MGMT 8315
$300
PREPARE FOR CHANGE
Includes: determine your readiness for change and determine
organizational/environmental reading for change. (2 credits)
MCMT 8320
$300
PLAN QUALITY CHANGE
Includes: focus on improvement, determine methods of
planninghnitiating change and produce quality-focused
leadership. (2 credits)
MGMT 8330
$300
MANAGE CHANGE
Includes: design a process for change management, manage
organizational/individual resistance to change, share and
celebrate all success. (2 credits)
MCMT 8410
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MANAGE WORK UNITS HUMAN RESOURCES
Includes: plan for future human resource requirements, develop
human resources to meet business plans and goals, manage the
performance of employees, and manage human resources within
the applicable legal organizational framework. (4 credits)
MGMT 8420
$900
MANACE FINANCIAL RESOURCES
Includes: evaluate the firm’s budgetary process, determining
direct and full costs, develop a financial perspective, planning
and management of financial operation. (6 credits)
MGMT 8435
$600
MANAGE OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Includes: apply total quality management principles, apply
systematic process design methods and manage projects to
achieve planned performance. (4 credits)
MGMT 8510
$150’
KNOW THE GLOBAL ISSUES AFFECTING YOUR INDUSTRY
Includes: determine the significances of dynamic global economy
on your industry. (1 credit)
MGMT 8520
$450
DETERMINE IMPLICATIONS OF LAW AND
ORGANIZATIONAL
Includes: interpret laws, regulations and rules and societal
organizational. (3 credits)
MGMT 8530
$300
ORGANIZATIONAL AND PERSONAL ETHICS
Includes: examine various underlying aspects of business ethics
and societal judgments, examine ethical decision making
frameworks. (2 credits)
MGMT 8615
$300
THINK STRATEGICALLY
Includes: develop strategic perspective and understand strategic
models. (2 credits)
MGMT 8620
$300
FORMULATE STRATEGIES
Includes: evaluate your organization’s strategic mission, vision,
objectives, gain external strategic perspective, determine internal
organizational resources. (2 credits)
MGMT 8630
$300
IMPLEMENT STRATEGIES
Includes: develop and analyze strategies, understand processes
for implementing strategies and evaluate strategies planning.
(2 credits)
Liberal Education Component (1 2 credits) For details, please see
page 7.
Mandatory courses
Credits
LlBS 7001
Critical Reading and Writing
3.0
LlBS 7002
Applied Ethics
3.0
Elective Courses:
All students will be requiredto achieve these credits in
accordance with the BCIT policy on Liberal Education course
requirements. Information regarding topic areas and/or eligibilii
for transfer credits may be obtained from the Registrar‘s office.
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For further information please contact:
Program Administrator
Management Degree, Business Programs,
British Columbia Institute of Technology
SE42 - Room 100, 3700 Willingdon Avenue,
Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3H2
604432-8658, Fax: 604-432-7813, [email protected]
Toll Free: 1-877-428-8181
604-451 -6868 Vivian Husbands
[email protected]
604-432-8330 Mick Andic
The Bachelor of Technology in Manufacturingprogram is
accepting applications. The goal of the degree is to prepare
students to assume a lead role in a manufacturingenvironment.
The program will provide an avenue for graduate technologists
and engineers to enhance their technical and management skills
through part-time, evening courses in the following areas:
Automation and Control
Introduction to Machine Vision
Applications in Machine Vision
ManufacturingControl Systems
ManufacturingAutomation Systems
Manufacturing Processes
Advanced CAM Applications
Computer Aided Process Planning
Inspection Methods for Quality Control
Fixture and Tool Design
Plastics Processes and Materials
Manufacturing Processesfor Wood Products
Product Design
Parametric Solid Modeling
Introductionto Finite Element Methods
Plastic Product Design
Industrial Design
Design for Manufacture and Assembly
Materials
Advanced Engineering Materials
As a finale to the program, each degree candidate must
complete an industry-sponsored project in an area of interest.
Entrance Requirements
A diploma in a manufacturing-related technology such as
Plastics Engineering, Robotics and Automation or Mechanical
Technology or the equivalent level of formal
training/education at the post secondary level.
Minimum of six months of relevant work experience prior to
admission, and a minimum of two years relevant work
experience (which includes the six months indicated earlier)
prior to graduation.
English 12 or equivalent.
Interview.
Courses Offered t h i s Term
Note: All MTEC courses include a combined session on
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2002. Time: 0900-1500.
MTEC 7000
$545
PARAMETRIC MODELING
Explores the use of parametria and solid modeling in the design
and production phase of manufacturing. Topics include
advantages/disadvantages of solid modeling and parametria,
dimensional and positional constraints, model construction,
extracting working drawings, exchanging data with other
applications, and determining mass properties. Prerequisites:
MTEC 7045 and AlCO 2000 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1830-2145
12 W
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BBY CRN 60011
MTEC 7045
$545
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PROCESS
Provides a detailed investigationof the engineering design
process including establishing design criteria, generating
alternatives and evaluation. Topics include creativity,
brainstorming, divergent thinking and consideration of function,
ergonomics, serviceability and aesthetics in design. The bidding
process includes the preparation and evaluation of bid
documents. Project documentation, patents, and copyrights will
be discussed. Prerequisite: Previous knowledge/experiencein
computer aided design. (3 credits)
Sep I 1
Wed
1830-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63192
MTEC 7054
$545
MANUFACTURING CONTROL SYSTEMS
Covers control systems related to manufacturing operations.
Topics include motion control position and velocity feedback
under computer control, the use of PLC in a production setting,
interfacing with production sensors and actuators, logic
programming, timing and counting sequences. As well, data
highways in a production setting are covered. Prerequisite:
MECH 1210. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63193
MTEC 7090
$545
RESEARCH METHODS
Covers research approaches appropriate for a graduation project
in the area of the student’s specialization. Topics include:
research and data collection, literature and database searches,
analytic software resources, data presentation and analysis.
Various information resources will be explored such as technical
society publicationsand the Internet. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64833
Please see other sections of the flyer for Operations Management,
Financial Management, Business Administration and Technology
Management listings of other courses in this program.
The course schedule and/or course offerings may vary from the
above. For more information contact Vivian Husbands, program
assistant at 604-451 -6868.
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Canada's first bachelor degree completion program specifically in
Medical Imaging. Offered by BClT through distance education
and the Internet to registered technologists across Canada and
around the world. For complete program requirements and
course descriptions, request the Health Technologies program
guide from 604-432-8727, toll-free 1-800-663-6542ext 8727,
Vic[email protected], or download the booklet from
www.health.bcit.ca/programs.htm.
MlMG 7000
$545 + SLH $10
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN X-RAY IMAGING
Radiographic, fluoroscopic, and digital x-ray imaging
systems. History of diagnostic radiology, evaluation of-state-of
the-art x-ray tube and generator technology, and absorptiometry
systems. Quality improvement methodologies. Digital imaging
systems: computed radiography, computers and information
technology, digital fluoroscopy, digital mammography, and
computed tomography. Film digitizers, laser imagers, PACS
systems and teleradiology. (3 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 39051
MIMG 7003
$545 + SLH $10
DIGITAL IMAGING AND INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY IN RADIOLOGY
ts of digital radiology imaging systems and the
application of information technology in diagnostic radiology.
Digital image acquisition systems in radiology, emphasizing
digital radiography, digital mammography, digital fluoroscopy,
computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Information technology concepts in radiology. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 39056
PlCS IN PATIENT
and suctioning theory, and initiating intravenous infusion, total
parenteral nutrition, pulse oximetry, and ECC monitoring. Tubes,
lines, specialized equipment, common emergencies, and
pharmaceuticals specific to the Medical Imaging Department,
including Cardiac Catheterization Lab. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 62034
M l M G 7101
$545 + SLH $10
ADVANCES IN SPECIAL PROCEDURES
For technologists needing a formal study of special
procedures. Angiography procedures, suite and patient
considerations, and vascular anatomy using DSA images,
equipment, and procedures, including cardiac angiography,
angioplasty, embolization, nephrostomy, biliary drainage, and
other interventional radiology examinations. Aimed a t improving
clinical performance in a special procedures. (3 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 39059
PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES AND INSTRUMENTATION
Physical principles of MRI including the basic physics of NMR and
the equipment needed to produce magnetic resonance images,
digital imaging related to MRI, bioeffects and hazards of
magnetic fields, radio frequency radiation, and guidelines for safe
use of MRI. (3 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 39053
MlMG 7201
$545 + SLH $10
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 2 IMAGE
PRODUCTION AND TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION
How MR images are produced using pulse sequences, gradient
coils and fast imaging techniques. Technical factors, quality
assurance and patient screening checklists. Advanced techniques
of spectroscopy, fast-scan imaging, imaging of motion and flow,
and diffusion. Clinical applications of MRI in evaluation of brain,
spine, musculoskeletal, system, cardiovascular system, abdomen,
and haemorrhage. Prerequisite: MlMC 7200. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 39054
NANCE IMAGING
MR imaging techniques and pulse sequence diagrams. K-space.
Controlled parameters and how change in these affect image
quality. MRI artifacts with respect to the patient and the
technology. Mechanisms to minimize or eliminate recognized
artifacts. Quality assurance phantoms and tests used to evaluate
image characteristics for effective quality control program.
Prerequisites: MlMG 7200 and MlMC 7201. (3 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 39057
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$545 + SLH $10
DING RESEARCH IN HEALTH SCIENCES
c research through major steps in the
logy, methodologies for quantitative
and qualitative research, problems/questions/hypotheses,
literature review, designs, and ethical considerations. Data
collection techniques and analysis, and communicating and
reporting research results. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 39089
Sep9
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$545 + SLH $10
MlMG 7300
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY 1:
PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION
and technologic aspects of conventional and spiral/helical
CT, including digital image processing, radiation attenuation,
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data acquisition, and image reconstruction. Major components
of CT-scanner and factors affecting image quality and radiation
dose to the patient. Multislice CT technology and its applichtion.
Three-dimensional CT, dangiography and virtual realiw
imaging. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 39050
M l M G 7007
IMAGE QUALITY IN
The three major com
spatial resolution, and noise. Physics and technology of film-screen
and digital imaging systems and physical characteristics of
contrast, spatial resolution, and noise in diagnostic radiology.
Measurement of image quality and perception of visual
information. Selected research studies on image quality. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 39063
MlMG7301 r
$545 + SLH $10
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY 2:
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
Through lectures and clinical practice; the practical aspects of CT
scanning such as patient positioning and care and handling, as
well as scanning protocols for the head, neck, chest, abdomen,
pelvis, and extremities. Practical aspects of the equipment and
clinical applications of CT. Prerequisite: MlMC 7300. (3 credits)
Ser, 9
12 wks
CRN 39062
$545 + SLH $10
MlMC 7008
RESEARCH PROJECT
Choose a research topic or question, review tge
literature, further refine the research question, design a survey
instrument, administer the survey, analyze the collected data and
report your finding. If research project is unsuitable to survey
methods, provides guidance in alternative research methods. .
Course modules must be completed sequentially. (3 credits)
Sep 9
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12wks
CRN 64717
MlMG 7009
$545 + SLH $10
RADlATlON RISKS AND PROTECTION
Philosophy of radiological risk through the
Recommendations of the International Commission on
Radiologicalprotection. Practical radiation protection training.
Suited to those needing to design and perform quality assurance
(QA) programs. Answers questions such as How do I apply
"justification of a practice" principle in my department?
Introductionto non-ionizing radiation. (3 credits)
Sen
12 wks
CRN 62415
_ -r 9
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$545 + SLH $10
IN DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
ncepts and procedures; analysis
iology and fluroscopy systems,
including digital radiography and fluoroscopy systems. QC
testing for film processing, convyntional tomography, and
mammography systems. Evaluation of a repeat film analysis.
Radiation protection as a significant part of a radiology CQI
program. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 65747
of QA and QC as applied to the
development of a comprehensive QA/QC manual for Diagnostic
Radiology. Completion of a detailed survey followed by a QA/QC
manual, with format and content listing a wide range of items
considered essential by the Radiation Protection Bureau - Health
Canada. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 65749
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BREAST IMAGING 1: PHYSICAL
$545
+ SLH $10
.Evolution of film-screen mammography and the physics and
technology of breast imaging including digital mammography.
Radiation dose and risk considerations, radiation protection,
quality assurance/control and the Mammography Quality
Standards Act. Current research in breast imaging including
other techniques such as ultrasound, MRI, digital tomosynthesis,
laser CT imaging, and nuclear medicine. (3 credits)
Ser, 9
12 wks
CRN 60538
$365 + SLH $10
MlMG 7401
BREAST IMAGING 2 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
Range of topics essential to clinical breast imaging:
anatomy and physiology, pathology, patient care and
communication, positioning, technique and film evaluation
considerations, as well as clinical assessment. Prerequisite:
MIMC 7400. (2 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 60539
$545 + S&H $10
MlMG 7500
BONE DENSITOMETRY
Osteoporosis and its impact on society. Relevant anatomy
and physiology. Different bone densitometry techniques. Dual
energy x-ray absorptiometry and other densitometry methods.
Quality control issues and statistical interpretation of results
relevant to DEXA. Current treatments and clinical applications
that technologists can expect to encounter in a clinical setting.
(3 credits)
Sen 9
12 wks
CRN 65077
The only degree program in British Columbia that prepares
registered nurses for employment in nursing specialty practice.
'Graduates enter the work force skilled in professionalism,
communication, collaboration, growth, reflective critical thinking,
and systematic enquiry. For complete program requirements and
course descriptions, request the Nursing and Nursing Specialties
program guide from 604-451-7094, toll-free 1-800-663-6542 ext
7094, [email protected], or download the booklet-from
www. health.bcit.ca/programs.htm.
This degree option provides technologists and others with the
knowledge, skills and attitudes for, their roles as supervisors and
managers in technologically intensive health organizations.
Courses in the degree program are either in print-based or online
distance education formats. View program requirements and
course descriptions at www.heafth.bcit.ca/biomed/HTM-H.htm.
604-432-8459
[email protected]
www.tmgt.bcit.ca
BClT offers a Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management
which will appeal.to those technologists and others who are
seeking to improve their skills in management and in the area of
their technical specialty.
The Bachelor of Technology program i s designed for:
Graduates of an Engineering Technology Diploma program
from BCIT or an equivalent institution
Those.who hold degrees in related disciplines.
TMGT 7101
$215
ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Provides candidates with a perspective on the experience needed to
assume a role in management in a technology-based organization.
Focuses on individuals who possess a formal technical education
and are contemplating moving into management or are already
working in management positions, and examines the move from
technical specialist to manager. (1 credit)
Sep 21 Sat*
0830-1530 3 wks
BBY CRN 66909
* Note: Classes held every other Saturday
TMGT 7111
$215
HIGH TECHNOLOGY MARKETING STRATEGIES
This hands-on course enables candidates to effectively
communicate their product's message to target customers. It also
enables them to communicate with appropriate marketing
terminology. (1 credit)
Sep 14 Sat*
0830-1530 3 wks
BBY CRN 35894
*Note: Classes held every other Saturday
TMGT 7112
$215
MARKETING RESEARCH
Enables candidates to develop a marketing research plan, which
will enable them to effectively examine the methods of assessing
early market opportunities for high technology industrial and
consumer products through market research. Completion of
TMCT 7111 is recommended. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 38447
Oct26 Sat*
0830-1530 3wks
*Note: Classes held evew other Saturday
TMGT 7123
$215
TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Provides the candidate with the knowledge to understand how
information technology is used in technology-based
organizations. Covers aspects of systems design, evaluation and
acquisition and reviews how data is collected and used in
decision making. Covers business issues arising from the
introduction and use of information technology. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 33026
Sep 9
Mon
1830-2130 5 wks
TMGT 7124
$215
TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Deals with the major issues, institutions and instruments of
international finance affecting technology transfer and the
exchange of goods and services under contract. Course content
addresses principal elements that include but may npt be limited
to: instruments, institutions, legislative/regulatoryframeworks
and international financial variables. (1 credit)
Nov7
Thr
1830-2130 5 Wks
BBY CRN 38904
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TMGT 7133
$215
LAW, SOCIETY AND THE E VIRONMENT
Assists those working in comp icat&dtechnologically intensive
businesses to function within !he legal environment. Focus is
placed on the nature of the legal system and its institutions and
selected areas of law vital to the functioning of Canadian
business. Relates law to modeh business practice especially in
the field of ethics. (1 credit)
Oct 22 Tue
1830-2OpO 8 Wks
BBY CRN 60044
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TMGT 7144
$215
HUMAN RESOURCE
AND CONTROL
Provides candidates with the knowledge necessary to deal with
human resource issues such a$ goals, staffing, job analysis and
design, recruitment and selection, \career planning, succession
planning, performance evaluafion ;and training and development.
(1 credit)
Sep 10 Tue
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1830-2130
5 wks
BBY CRN 60038
TMGT 8102
5490
APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS
This course covers the issues, bkills and instruments of both the
producer and the consumer qf research in the field of technology
management. The main empQasisin the course will be on the
effective application of practiqal qualitative approaches and there
will be opportunities to examine quantitative approaches (e.g.
descriptive and inferential statistics) as well. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63219
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604-434-1610
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
34,000 students a year choose the School of Business
(Note: see individual program areas for more details.)
For facilities rental information call 604-432-8863 or e-mail
[email protected] offer an extensive list of
equipment, facilities and competencies for rent including:
2 complete television studio/control facility complexes
2 complete AVID MCXpress non-linear computerized video
editing systems
A variety of "broadcast-oriented" props for use in video
productions
A full multi-track analog and digital audio recording facilities
with large studio space
A radio control room and radio newsroom facilities
A wide range of broadcast-orientedlocations for use in video
and film work.
Custom courses are designed to meet specific organizational
needs, and standard credit courses can be delivered either at an
employer's training facility or at a BCIT campus. We train corporate
management and staff. Call Chris Cadsby at 604-451-6784 for
custom training information. Individual courses for industry
training include:
Time Management and Productivity Skills
Training Skills for Trainers
Motivating Your Staff - A Challenge for Leaders
Leadership Skills for New Supervisors/Managers
Coaching Skills for Managers
Getting the Most Out of Interviewing
Performance Management to Create a Thriving Workplace
Managing in the Unionized Environment
Managing Conflict for Profit in the Workplace
Creating a Customer-Focused Culture
Introduction to Competitive Intelligence
From the Front Lines: JobSearch Preparation Workshop.
Financial Management assists employers by designing and
delivering custom courses to meet specific organizational needs or
delivering standard credit courses a t an employer's training facility
or a BClT campus classroom. Contact the Part-time
Studies/lndustry Training coordinator at 604-412-7453 for details.
Specialized industry training workshops are available and can be
specifically designed to meet the needs of your company. Call
604-432-8572 for details.
Press Media Relations
Internet Marketing
Marketing Planning
Database Marketing
Customer Services
Sales and Sales Management
604-456-8058
[email protected]
604-432-8611
[email protected]
Broadcast and Media Communications offers a wide variety of
interesting, stimulating, and challenging Part-time Studies
courses in radio broadcasting, television and video production,
film, and broadcast journalism.
Registrants may wish to attend an information session prior to
enroling in Broadcast and Media Communications part-time
courses. These sessions are held at 1730 in Room SEI 0-1 61
(Television Studio One in the Broadcast Centre), on the first
Monday of every month from September through June, and the
last Monday in August. (Where a first Monday is a statutory
holiday, the sessions are held on the second Monday).
Confirmation of dates can be obtained by calling 604-432-8863.
For those who are new to broadcasting, we recommend our
introductory courses as a first step. These are BCST 1150 - Radio
Introduction, BCST 1 1 60 - Television and Video Introduction and
BCST 1 1 70 Broadcast journalism Introduction. Students receive
a solid grounding in each field and practical experience with
broadcast equipment and procedures.
Certificate Programs:
The courses required to obtain a Certificate in Broadcast and
Media Communications are listed here. Students intending to
pursue this certificate must choose a specific program (Radio,
Television, or Broadcast Journalism). Each program requires 15
specific courses. Program and course selection should be done
only with the guidance and advice of a program advisor. Each
applicant's education plan must be reviewed and approved by
the Broadcast and Media Communications associate dean and
Part-time Studies co-ordinator.
Students who have completed a Certificate in Broadcast and
Media Communications, complemented with substantial industry
experience, may apply for direct entry into the second-year day
school courses of their specific program, space permitting.
Applicants must successfully complete a four-week day school
practicum from late-April through late-May, in the spring prior to
entering the second year of their program. All usual application
procedures and prerequisites for day school apply. Any students
considering direct entry should consult with the individual day
school program head to determine suitability.
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Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
RADIO
BCST 1101
Technical Introduction
Broadcast Industry Operations
BCST 1140
The Music Business and the Broadcast Industry
BCST 1143
Writing for the Media
BCST 1144
Copywriting for Radio and N
BCST 1145
BCST 1147
Broadcast Writing
Interviewing for Radiom
BCST 1148
Radio Broadcasting Introduction
BCST I150
Radio and TV Announcing
BCST 1151
Broadcast Journalism Introduction
BCST 1170
Broadcast Writing - Advanced
BCST 2247
Advanced Vocal Development
BCST 2251
Introduction to Media Techniques
MDlA 1100
Business Law
BLAW 3100
Computer Basic for Broadcasting
BCST 1104
TELEVISION
Technical Introduction
BCST 1101
BCST 1140
Broadcast Industry Operations
Copywriting for Radio and TV
BCST 1145
BCST 1147
Broadcast Writing
Television Broadcasting and Video Production
BCST 1160
Video Editing Workshop
BCST 1165
Introduction to Non-linear Video Editing
BCST 1180
Theory of Colour N Systems
BCST 2222
Television Production Planning
BCST 2223
Broadcast Writing - Advanced
BCST 2247
FILM 1101
Film for Beginners
Economic Issues
ECON 1150
Interpersonal Skills
ORGB 2505
BLAW 31 00
Business Law
BCST 1104
Computer Basics for Broadcasting
BROADCAST JOURNALISM
BCST 1140
Broadcast Industry Operations
BCST 1 144
Writing for the Media
BCST 1 147
Broadcast Writing
BCST 1148
Interviewing for Radio and N
BCST 1 150
Radio Broadcasting Introduction
BCST 1 1 51
Radio and N Announcing
BCST 1 160
N Broadcasting and Video Introduction
BCST 1 165
Video Editing Workshop
BCST 1 1 70
Broadcast Journalism Introduction
BCST 2247
Broadcast Writing - Advanced
BCST 2251
Advanced Vocal Development
Introduction to Media Techniques
MDlA 1 1 00
ECON 1 1 50
Economic Issues
BLAW 31 00
Business Law
BCST 1 104
Computer Basics for Broadcasting
Check every flyer for new course offerings!
BCST 0157
$125
DOCUMENTARY MAKING FOR RADIO
Teaches the fundamentals of radio documentary making. Topics
include writing for broadcast, documentary styles, elements of a
documentary, topic selection, markets and equipment. Students
will also learn how to write queries and sell their ideas. The
instructor, Karen Tankard, is an award-winnihg radio
documentary maker in Vancouver. (0 credits)
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Sep 21
Sat
0900-1600 1 wk
DTC >CRN 65071
BCST 0158
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$125
ENTERTAINMENT REPORTING
Learn how to arrange celebrity interviews, develop questions and
produce stories for the expanding world of arts and
entertainment. CBC's Karen Tankard will pass on interviewing
and story producing tips for one of the most sought-afterjobs in
radio and television - entertainment reporting. She and c!ass
guests bring years of experience interviewing famous musicians,
actors, authors, and celebrities. (0 credits)
Sep 28 Sat
0900-1600 1 wk
DTC CRN 67076
BCST 1101
$325
TECHNICAL INTRODUCTION
Covers the basics of electricity, magnetism, batteries, etc., and
how to apply these principles to equipment found in the
broadcast industry. Sound and video are traced through the
entire processing and transmitting chain to its ultimate reception
on the listener's receiver, This is an introduction to "how things
work" technically in the broadcast industry. Creditable to day
school Radio and Television programs. (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33427
Sep 1 1
BCST 1140
' $345
BROADCAST INDUSTRY OPERATIONS
Directed Study. Covers regulatory bodies, government agencies
and acts, audience measurement services, societal issues, music
licensing, radio and television regulations,.unions, broadcast
policies, and how they affect the day-to-day operations of
broadcast outlets. This directed study course directs students to
sources of information on all topics. Class meets on the first night
only - all other work is done a t home. Creditable to day school
Radio, Television and Broadcast Journalism programs. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
IZwks
BBY CRN 32312
BCST 1142
$385
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCAST AND MEDIA
Learn about the broadcast and media worlds from the inside out.
Veteran broadcaster Stirling Faux leads a week-by-week analysis
of the radio, television and media worlds, and what makes them
tick. Topics include basic industry organization, motivation,
public speaking, news broadcasting, interviewing, announcing,
commercials, sports, media relations, programming and
management. Designed to give you an overview of the exciting
world of broadcasting and media, this course is a great
foundation for making future career choices. (3 credits)
Sep 12
Thr
1845-2145
12 wks
BCST 1143
$325
THE MUSIC BUSINESS AND THE BROADCAST INDUSTRY
Learn about the important decisions a radio station makes, from in
selecting the proper format and music, to program decisions made
by exploring broadcastingfrom a creative, corporate, regulatory,
copyright, publishing, and song-writing perspective. Special
attention will also be given to the historica! roots of popular music.
Creditable to the day school Radio program. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32313
BCST 1144
$320
WRITING FOR THE MEDIA
Presents a practical guide to freelance writing of various genres
for radio and television, style, market opportunities and methods.
Instructors Allison Broddle and Mark Forsythe equip students
with the tools required to enter the freelance market. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2130 12 wks DTC CRN 32314
BCST 1145
$385
COPYWRITING FOR RADIO & TV
Creative Madness! Covers professional techniques for writing
commercials for radio and television. Tips, tricks and trade secrets
for writing and producing commercials while maintaining your
own sanity and sense of humour, combined with critiques of
student-producedwork. Weekly practical application with a
career orientation. (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32315
Sep 1 1
BCST 1146
$425
ART OF PROMOTIONS AND PUBLICITY
Learn the secrets of successful promotions and publicity
campaigns for business and/or entertainment/music industries.
Plan CD-release parties, organize fundraisers and orchestrate
media launches with media members in attendance. Learn how
to prepare professional media kits, attention-getting news
releases and media proposals to help with sponsorship, and how
to get a huge crowd to your event. 12 weeks of tips, trade
secrets and hands-on work in a small group setting. (3 credits)
1730-2030 12wks DTC CRN 38415
Sep9
Mon
BCST 1147
$345
BROADCAST WRITING
Introduces,the student to industry-standard broadcast writing
with an emphasis on news. Learn how to engage your audience
by getting directly to the meaning of the story. Focus on
effective communication using broadcast format, style and
structure. Emphasis is on practical application through in-class
practice and critique. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 l 2 w k s BBY CRN 67101
BCST 1148
$320
INTERVIEWING FOR RADIO AND TELEVISION
Learn how to interview and be interviewed with confidence. CBC's
Karen Tankard helps students enhance on-air performance while
learning radio and television interviewingtechniques. This course
appeals to students and journalists who wish to bring a sblid on-air
presence to their work, and to people of all professions who may
be uncomfortable appearing on television or radio. (3 credits)
SeD 9
Mon
1815-2115 12 wks DTC CRN 32316
BCST 1150
$355
RADIO BROADCASTING INTRODUCTION
Recommended introductory course. Learn radio station and
broadcast industry operations, equipment, procedures, on-air
operations, commercial production, and other basic elements of
radio station life. Students simulate on-air operations, acting in a
variety of positions as part of the on-air team. This is a hands-on
course designed for those interested in a career in radio or in
finding out more about how radio works. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32317
Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY
3231 8
BCST 1151
$385
RADIO AND TV ANNOUNCING
Teaches students effective verbal communication, essential for
successful business communication and self-confidence. This is a
fun, fast-paced class where students learn to achieve strong vocal
skills for radb and television announcing. Students explore
respiratory and vocal anatomy, articulation and vocal exercises
and corrective speech theiapies. Much practical work is involved.
Students should be willing to take risks and perform outside their
comfort zones. (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64314
Sep 1 1
Sep 17 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
3231 9
BCST 1153
$465
MUSIC RECORDING TECHNIQUES
Teaches students studio and control room techniques for music
recording, utilizing analog and digital multi-track technology,
with much practical application through the recording of live
music. Students receive hands-on experience with microphone
techniques, analog tape recorders, digital tape, audio consoles
and signal processors. (3 credits)
Seu 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 37371'
Sep 12
BCST 1155
$500
MUSIC RECORDING WORKSHOP
Designed as an advanced course for students who have
completed BCST 1 1 53. This workshop will provide students with
more hands-on experience and the opportunity to apply their
knowledge to a variety of music recording projects in a small
group setting. Class meets every other Saturday. (3 credits)
1000-1700 6wks
BBY CRN 63268
Oct 12 Sat
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BCST 1156
$200
RADIO/TV ANNOUNCING WORKSHOP
This two-day intensive workshop demonstrates basic announcing
skills, transferable to other forms of professional voice work in
radio, television, freelance announcing, or corporate boardroom
meetings/presentations. This fast-paced and fun workshop builds
confidence in the voice as a professional instrument. Be prepared
for much interaction in a classroom and studio environment.
(1 credit)
BBY CRN 39044
Oct 12 Sat/Sun 0900-1600 1 wk
BCST 1159
$555
DIGITAL AUDIO WORKSHOP
This 18 hour intense workshop exposes students to the world of
digital audio production. Students gain hands-on skills in a
professional studio and learn to maximize the use of sound by
exploring digital editing and mixing techniques through a variety
of in-class projects. Marty Taylor brings 16 years of experience as
a sound mixer/designer to share his knowledge about the
expanding opportunities and increasing demands for "high end"
digital audio production for radio, tv, the recording industry,
Internet, film/video, games, independent productions, HDN/5.1,
etc. Course meets a t Burnaby campus in the first week and at a
studio location for remaining classes. (1.5 credits)
Oct 13 Sun
0900-1800 4 wks
BBY CRN 61808
BCST 1160
$475
TV BROADCASTING AND VIDEO INTRODUCTION
Recommended introductory course. Teaches basic television and
video equipment operation and production techniques and how
to apply these through practical work in television studios and
control rooms. Designed to introduce students seeking a career
in television broadcasting and video production to the attractive
and diverse career opportunities available, and to provide a solid
practical basis for further study. (3 credits)
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Sep 10
Mon
Tue
1845-2145
1845-2145
12 wks
12 WkS
BBY CRN 32322
BBY
32323
BCST 1162
$485
BASICS OF PROFESSIONAL CAMERA
This course will offer the basic knowledge of the professional
video camera, lens, shooting, recording, sound, lighting, shot
listing, video editing and the preliminary fundamentals of
ENC/EFP camerawork in news and location production. There
will be a hands-on portion to this course.
Oct 13 Sun
1200-1630 4 wks
BBY CRN 63335
BCST 1165
$440
VIDEO EDITING WORKSHOP
This two-weekend workshop covers the basics of editing theory
and then advances to hands-on work on linear video editing
equipment (see BCST 1180 for AVID non-linear editing). Topics
include the technical layout of Beta SP editing machines, set-up
procedures, editing techniques, principles, procedures and
troubleshooting. There are no prerequisites, but other
broadcasting and/or cable experience is a definite asset. (3 credits)
Sep21 Sat/Sun 0900-1600 2 wks
BBY CRN 37328
Oct 12 Sat/Sun 0900-1600 2 wks
BBY
63269
BCST 1168
$250
ON-CAMERA PERSONAL IMAGING
Master the skills for a good first impression, and define your
public presence. Michael Berry has developed a unique oncamera personal evaluation program that allows you to see your
public image as others do. At that next interview, when making a
public speech or appearing on television, you will know you are
at your best. Past participants in Berry's seminars include a
former B.C. premier, radio and television personalities, '
civic/provincial politi,cians, corporate executives. (1.5 credits)
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Oct27
Sun
1000-1700 2 wks
BBY CRN 61 796
BCST 1170
$385
BROADCAST JOURNALISM INTRODUCTION
Recommended introductory course. Covers all aspects of news
operations in the broadcast industry, jncluding basic reporting
techniques, writing and presentation of radio and television
news, newsroom operations, methods and practices, editing,
line-up and content of news stories. Much radio and television
news practical work is involved. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks DTC CRN 32334
Sep 21 Wed
32333
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY
Sew 12 Thr
BCST 1172
$385
INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING
Takes students beyond basic broadcast journalism training into
the world of investigativejournalism, with all its research
methods, interviewing, reporting techniques, story development
techniques, etc., being analyzed and developed. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 72wks BBY CRN 32335
BCST 1173
$325
SPORTS BROADCASTING
An inside look a t sports broadcastingwith Bill Donovan,
sportscaster, television and radio producer. Bill has been in the
media since 1990, working a t various radio stations and The
Sports Network. Bill will cover a broad range of topics including
reporting, announcing, and interviewing technique. Local media
guests will be brought in for discussions and Q&A. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63270
BCST 1180
$585
INTRO TO AVID NON-LINEAR VIDEO EDITING
Covers techniques and procedures for editing video productions
on non-linear (computer) AVID Express video editing systems in
use in television and video production operations around the
world. Provides a solid grounding in the management and
operation of offline and online non-linear editing platforms. This
is a hands-on course with maximum 2/1 studenthachine ratio.
Is equivalent to our day school offering BCST 2207. (3 credits)
Sat/Sun 0900-1600 2 wks
BBY CRN 39048
Sep 21
BCST 1183
$225
REPORTING LIVE FOR RADIO AND TV
Offers the skills needed to produce and present live broadcasting.
In this course, students will perform a variety of exercises,
including live reporting, anchoring and directing, as well as some
improvisationalwork to encourage quick thinking and responses.
Also covers libel, call-in shows and interviewing in a live setting.
These sessions are intended to be lively and entertaining with aa
considerable amount of hands-on work. Students will come away
with skills they can apply to other applications and to any job in
live radio or television. (1.5 credits)
0900-1700 2 wks
BBY CRN 61842
Sep 28 Sat
BCST 1184
$355
ON-CAMERA PERFORMANCE FOR NEWS & CURRENT NEWS
Learn how to make your on-camera performance more effective
and vibrant. This course focuses on improving skills in anchoring,
stand-ups and live hits. Students explore how to present
information as it changes in a smooth and professional manner
while the cameras roll. Train with two well-respected broadcast
journalists who have more than 20 years experience in the industry.
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 4 Wks
BBY CRN 67091
BCST 2222
$340
THEORY OF COLOUR TV SYSTEMS
Introduces the relationship between the human eye, the physics
of light, the psychology of the brain and the invention of the
colour television system. Study the colour television signal path
from cameras and lens, through recording formats and methods,
measuring and testing equipment, production equipment,
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through to final display and acquire a firm understandingon
how a television signal is created, saved, manipulated; as well as
distribution limitations of the system and latest developments.
Prerequisite: BCST 1101. This course is creditable to Television
day school. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67093
BCST 2223
$355
TELEVISION PRODUCTION PLANNING
Covers the techniques and methods used in managing and
organizing the details of pre-production, production and postproduction activities in a studio or location television or video
production. Students acquire skills in budgeting, production,
scheduling, crewing and other elements of successful
productions. Prerequisite: BCST 1160. This course is creditable to
Television day school. (3 credits)
Sep 12. Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32338
BCST 2247
$345
BROADCAST WRITING - ADVANCED
Advanced training in writing for the broadcast industry. Sharpen
your skills in effective' news and information writing through
practice and feedback. Work with a variety of complex
information sources to produce clear, concise and thorough
stories. Prerequisite: BCST 1147. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 67102
BCST 2251
,$330
ADVANCED VOCAL DEVELOPMENT
This hands-on course covers personal exploration of voice to
benefit media performers, actors, or anyone using their voice in a
professional or creative environment, Students will gain a much
better understanding of voice and its potential. The instructor
uses Kristin Linklater's method of "Freeing the Natural Voice",
each week working through several chapters and performing
unusual but fascinating discovery exercises in class. Prerequisite:
BCST 1I51 or special permission from the instructor
(employment in media or action experience will be considered).
Kevin Ribble 604-432-8707. Successful completion of both BCST
1151 and BCST 2251 are accepted as credit for BCST 1111 in '
Radio day school program. (3 credits)
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61 797
Seo 16 Mon
BCST 2255
$325
COMMERCIAL AND ANfMATlON VOICEOVER
Discover the commercial and animation voiceover industry and
where you fit in. During this intense yet fun course, you will
explore all aspects of voiceover work in studio. Learn how to
prepare for a demo, where to find opportunities, and how to
market yourself in the expanding fields of voicing for, Internet,
new media, commercial, animation and more traditional
projects. For more information call Dennis O'Neill at
604-432-8414. (1.5 credits)
Oct 19 Sat
1200-1600 4wks
BBY CRN 63271
Nov 16 Sat
1200-1600 4 wks
BBY
66180
BCST 2265
$260
ADVANCED EDITING/PRODUCTION
Deals with the structure and composition of edited video
segments for television, professional or personal use. Focuses on
the assimilation of video-taped material, interview sound bits,
background music, and written narration. Prerequisite: BCST 1165
- Video Editing workshop or intermediateediting skills. The ability
to work with a partner or in a group is mandatory. (1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 63272
Nov2
Sat/Sun 0900-1600 1 wk
BCST 2280
$605
AVID NON-LINEAR LEVEL 2
Teaches such topics as importing and exporting graphics,
advanced effects, layering techniques and online and audio post
preparation. Hands-on avid time is maximizedfor additional
practice of editing techniques, and includes class review and
critiques of cuts. Prerequisite: BCST 1180
Oct 19 Sat/Sun 0900-1600 2 wks
BBY CRN 67096
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RY ORIENTATION COURSE
This industry-sponsored course offers a basic understanding of
work in B.C.'s film industry. Learn the crafts and trades involved
for on-set production of television series, movies-of-the-weekand
feature films. Covers the film production process, union and
guild jurisdictions, the nature of the workplace, expectations of
workers, set etiquette, basic equipment, terminology, safety and
WHMIS certification. (1 credit)
Sat/Sun 0900-1700 2 days
BBY CRN 61816
Sep 21
Nov 16 Sat/Sun 0900-1700 2 days
BBY
61 81 5
FILM 1101
$445
FILM FOR BEGINNERS
Covers basic cinematography through equipment operation,
scripting, filming techniques and basic editing. Provides an
excellent foundation for people consideringwork in film
production, and gives students an understanding of the
expanding opportunities in the motion picture industry and the
skills required for success. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63273
Sep 11 Wed
FILM 1102
5
HEARTBEAT OF FILM PRODUCTION
Covers film production from the point where the pulse
to
beat! This course studies "how it all comes together" from start
to finish in the production office. Students examine the vital role
that the production office plays in creating feature films,
movies and episodic television, from producers to write
camera department and editing. There is no prerequisite, but this
is an excellent follow-up course to BCST 1161. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63274
Sep 16 Mon
FILM 1103
$445
SCRIPT SUPERVISOR FOR FILM
Teaches the techniques of script continuity and the rules of filmmaking including screen axis, editor's notes, camera techniques
and continuity matching. The course includes a textbook and
working script plus script supervising exercises and practical
studio work. This course is designed primarily for students who
have some previous experience on a working film set. (3 credits)
Sep21
Sat
1230-1630 8 wks
BBY CRN 6 3 7 7 5
Professional Management Series Seminars and Workshops
These non-credit seminars and workshops provide participants
with management and leadership-skills training, in one-and twoday formats. All sessions focus on employee development. These
workshops are presented by professionals in the respective fields
and provide a high quality learning experience.
All seminars and workshops will be held a t BCIT's Downtown
campus at 555 Seymour Street in Vancouver, unless otherwise
noted. Workshops can be customized and delivered on site if
desired. Prices include CST. For more information, contact:
Registration/lnformation:
604-434-1610
Chris Gadsby, Coordinator,
Part-time Studies and Industry Training
E-mail [email protected]
604-451-6784
lean Covell, Program Assistant, Part-time Studies
E-mail [email protected]
604-432-8860
BTCW 0102
$325
LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR NEW SUPERVISORS/MANAGERS
In today's demanding work environment, learning by trial and
eyor is neither acceptable nor affordable. New managers must
try to avoid any pitfalls before they occur. This two-day workshop
focuses on handling the situations and problems that are unique
and/or crucial to the early success of managers and supervisors.
Oct 29/30 Tue/Wed 0830-1630 2 days
DTC CRN 33488
BTCW 0106
$325
TIME MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY SKILLS
Teaches the vital difference between being effective and being
efficient, and the keys to achikving both. Topics include principles
of "organization," goal-settine skills, managing multiple priorities,
the keys to scheduling for ba(anceAnd flexibility.
Oct 10/11 Thr/Fri 0830-1b30 2 days
DTC CRN 33492
BTCW 0117
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$325
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TRAINING SKILLS FOR T INERS
Covers all aspects of training with an emphasis on facilitation
skills. Designed for those who may have training responsibilities
as part of their job. Topics in lude learning to pinpoint training
needs, principles of effective course design for effective skill
transfer, importance of "learher motivation" and how to develop
it, key principles of adult learning, presentation skills, and the
significance of group involvefnenf.
Nov 26/27 Tue/Wed 0830-1630 ' 2 days
DTC CRN 35750
BTCW 0127
$325
COACHING SKILLS FOR MANAGERS
Prov-ides knowledge and skil\s in the area of coaching employees
for superior performance. Cqvers,tools for specific and focused
performance improvement and presents a model for managers
who wish to use coaching as their basic management tool.
0830-1;630/ 2 days
DTC CRN 61639
Oct 3/4 Thr/Fri
BTCW 0130
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$325
PERFORMANCE,MANACE~EV TO
CREATE A THRIVING WORKPLACE
Performance Management is more than an annual performance
appraisal. What you do the other 364 days of the year is what
makes the difference. This yorkshop will focus on managing
performance as an ongoing iprocess. Learn the skills necessary
to utilize all the talents of ydur most important asset -your
employees.
Sep 25/26 Wed/Thr 0830-p630 2 days
DTC CRN 631 82
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604-434-1610
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Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
[email protected]
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This complete set of management courses prepares the student
to deal with hands-on decisions in today's rapidly changing
business and public sector organizations.
For existing or potential managers a t all levels, the certificate
programs develop the critical skills that are fundamental
requirementsfor success in contemporary organizations of all
sizes. These skills include problem solving, teamwork, analytical
thinking, conflict resolution, applied law, economics, and
electronic commerce.
Part-time Studies courses are offered at our Downtown, Burnaby,
Surrey and Pacific Marine Training Centre locations. Courses are
offered in a variety of formats. Look for them in the course
description section of this flyer.
All instructors are experienced professionalsand experts in their
fields. Register early. BCIT's cancellation policy will provide two
business days' notice of a course being cancelled. Please register
early to try to avoid cancellation of courses.
Associate Certificate Programs
We are pleased to announce five eight-course associate certificate
programs. Content is contemporary and all credits earned may
be applied to our certificate programs. Register today!
604-432-8860
604-451-6784
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE (A.C.E.C.)
This associate certificate program examines the impact of electronic
commerce on business. Students will discover the significance of
this rapidly expanding and changing area by studying the global
impact of its technology and business applications. The certificate's
eight courses provide students with the knowledge, context and
analytical insights that prepare them for conducting business using
information technology and the Internet.
Students should have experience with Web browsers, word
processors, presentation software and spreadsheets.
This program can now be completed online.
Individuals who wish to develop the technical skills that will allow
them to lead the development of e-Business projects should refer
to the e-Business designer program offered by Computer
Systems Technology.
Complete the following (recommended sequence as listed):
Introductionto Business
BUSA 1005
BUSA 3455
Introduction to Electronic Commerce
BUSA 3465
Electronic Commerce Systems
BUSA 3475
Case Studies in Electronic Commerce
BUSA 3485
Online Business Management
BLAW 3205
Internet Law
Complete one of the following:
ECON 1 150
Economic Issues
ECON 21 00
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
ECON 2200
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1 1 88
Students must complete a computer-related course or courses
involving lab time with a value of three credits. Refer to list under
certificate. (BUSA 3445 is recommended).
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (A.C.I.M.)
This new associate certificate program is designed to provide
students with the skill areas necessary to function successfully as
managers in the dramatically changing global economy. Specific
course areas include international law, economics, intercultural
communicationand negotiations.
Complete the following (sequence'recommended):
BLAW 3425
InternationalLaw
HRMC 3765
Intercultural Management
InternationalTrade 1
TDMT 1 104
MKTC 2325
Marketing Globally
BUSA 3455
Introduction to Electronic Commerce
ECON 1 150
Economic Issues OR
Macroeconomics
ECON 2200
Choose two of the fOllOWiKg:
BUSA 2205
EntrepreneurialManagement
BLAW 3205
Internet Law
FMCT 1 152
Accounting for the Manager
TDMT 2204
InternationalTrade 2
LEADERSHIP (A.C.L.)
In today's business environment, success is dependent on the
leadership skills at all levels within the organization. Leadership
today must be able to bring people together to accomplish the
extraordinary. Leaders are not necessarily found in the formal
structure of an organization, but may emerge from within the
group or from outside the group. Excellent leaders foster high
performance in their staff teams with the intent of realizing
mutual goals while pursuing continuous improvement and
development.
Complete the following (sequence recommended):
ORCB 1 1 05
Organizational Behaviour
Human Resource Management
HRMC 3105
BUSA 3105
Leadership 1
BUSA 31 55
Leadership 2
ORCB 2605
Managing Organizational Change 1
BUSA 31 65
Leadership 2000
Choose two of the following:
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills
BUSA 2005
Management
BUSA 2205
Entrepreneurial Management
BUSA 2705
Teamwork Skills
Managing Conflict
BUSA 2905
BUSA 3405
Problem Solving/Decision Making
HRMC 31 55
Enhancing People Skills:
The Meyers Briggs Approach
HRMC 3205
Labour Relations 1
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
MEDIATION (A.C.M.)
Business Administration now offers a contemporary associate
certificate program in Mediation. The emphasis on alternate
dispute resolution will develop key skills required to manage
various types of disputes in the business workplace. The
following eight courses are required to complete the associate
certificate (recommended sequence as listed) :
BLAW 3100
Business Law
BUSA 1005
Introductionto Business
Human Resource Management
HRMC 31 05
BUSA 2905
Managing Conflict in the Workplace
Human Rights and the Law
BLAW 3805
BUSA 3300
Mediating Skills
BUSA 3355
Arbitrating Skills
BUSA 3385
Mediation Skills Role Play Practicum
ORGANIZATIONALCHANGE (A.C.O.C.)
This updated associate certificate provides the knowledge and
facilitative skills to function as an effective change agent in '
Contemporary organizations. The program focuses on the
diagnosis and principles of ongoing change with emphasis on
conflict resolution, flexibility, critical thinking, and problem
solving in an environment of dramatic organizational
restructuring.
Complete the following (sequence recommended as listed):
ORCB 2455
Selling Organizational Change
ORCB 2605
Managing Organizational Change
BUSA 2815
Relational Practice and Organizational Change
BUSA 2905
Managing Conflict in the Workplace
BUSA 3165
Leadership 2000
ORCB 2615
Managing Organizational Change 2
Complete two of the following:
CommunicationSkills for Individuals and Croups
BUSA 2685
BUSA 2705
Teamwork Skills
HRMC 4606
Human Resource Planning
Human Resource Measurement
HRMG 331 5
Human Resource Management Systems
HRMC 4145
.
We have expanded our new associate certificate in Electronic
Commerce to a full certificatewhich offers expanded skill
development in Web site design, applied Internet technology
and business strategy. Designed for business generalists who wish
to develop a working knowledge of electronic commerce. This
exciting state of the art program is taught by professionals and
prepares graduates for the dynamic world of electronic business.
CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE (C.E.C.)
A. Complete the following
(recommended sequence for section):
BUSA 1005
Introduction to Business
BUSA 3455
Introduction to Electronic Commerce
BUSA 2005
Management
BLAW 3100
Business Law
BLAW 3205
Internet Law
Electronic Commerce Systems
BUSA 3465
BUSA 3485
Online Business Management
BUSA 3475
Case Studies in Electronic Commerce
Customer Relationship Management
BUSA 3495
B. Complete one of the following:
ECON 1 1 50
Economic Issues
ECON 2100
Microeconomics
ECON 2200
Macroeconomics
Basic Quantitative Techniques
OPMT 1 1 17
.
in Business Administration
C. Complete three of the following:
MKTC 1 102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 3421
Strategic Communications
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1 1 88
Facility Management Using the Internet
OPMT 3125
ORCB 2605
Managing Organizational Change
BUSA 3005
Strategic Business Planning
Package Selection for E-Commerce Managers
BUSA 3495
BUSA 6800
Strategic Management
D. Select a computer course totalling 3 credits which is
appropriate to the learner's career goals and knowledge level. A
recommended course if appropriate is BUSA 3445.
CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (C.M.S.)
A. Complete the following:
BLAW 3100
Business Law
Introduction to Business
BUSA 1005
BUSA 2005
Management
Accounting for the Manager
FMCT 1 152
ORGB 1 1 05
Organizational Behaviour
B. Complete one of the following:
ECON 1150
Economic Issues
Microeconomics
ECON 2100
ECON 2200
Macroeconomics ,
Basic QuantitativeTechniques in
OPMT 1 1 17
Business Administration
C. Complete fctur of the following:
Internet Law
BLAW 3205
Teamwork Skills
BUSA 2705
Introductionto Electronic Commerce
BUSA 3455
Strategic Management
BUSA 6800
Human Resource Management
HRMC 3105
Labour Relations 1
HRMG 3205
Labour Relations2
HRMC 3255
Essentials of Marketing
MKTG 1102
Interpersonal Skills
ORCB 2505
Strategic Business Planning
BUSA 3005
Problem Solving and Decision-making
BUSA 3405
D. Complete a computer course with the value of three credits
E. Four courses to be selected from the electives listed at
http:\ \programs.bcit.ca. Course selection should reflect the
student's career objectives.
CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (C.H.R.M.)
A. Complete the following:
BLAW 3100
Business Law
BUSA 1005
Introductionto Business
BUSA 2005
Management
Accounting for the Manager
FMGT 1 152
Human Resource Management
HRMC 31 05
ORCB 1 1 05
Organizational Behaviour
B. Complete one of the following:
ECON 1 150
Economic Issues
ECON 2100
Microeconomics
ECON 2200
Macroeconomics
C. Complete three of the following:
BLAW 3805
Human Rights and the Law
Teamwork Skills
BUSA 2705
BUSA 3005
Strategic Business Planning
BUSA 3455
Introduction to Electronic Commerce
Strategic Management
BUSA 6800
Occupational Health and Safety
HRMC 2805
HRMC 3205
Labour Relations 1
HRMC 3255
Labour Relations 2
HRMG 3305
Recruitment and Selection
Human Resource Measurement
HRMC 3315
HRMC 3505
Training Techniques
Human Resource Management Systems
HRMC 4145
HRMC 4405
Salary Administration
HRMC 4605
Human Resource Planning
ORCB 2505
Interpersonal Skills
D. Complete a computer-related course or courses with a value
of three credits.
E. Four courses to be selected fiom the electives listed at
http: \ \programs.bcit.ca
Electives should be chosen to complement career goals.
(T) indicates course directly transferable to diploma program
credits.
Important Note: Associate Certificate requires eight courscs
(24credits). Associate certificates are available in e-Commerce,
InternationalManagement, Leadership, Mediation and
Organizational Change.
Certificates require 15 courses (45 credits) and are available in
Management Systems, Human Resource Management and
e-Commerce. A senior certificate in each of Management
Systems or Human Resource Management can be achieved upon
earning 90 credits. A Diploma in Management Systems requires
135 credits and requires the program be;Ld's advanced approval.
For diploma information, please contact Chris Cadsby, program
head a t 604-451-6784or e-mail [email protected]
Credit Transferability:
Graduates of the Management Skills for Supervisors or Leadership
programs a t Vancouver Community College may apply for
advance credit towards a certificate, diploma or degree track
program a t BCIT. For details, please contact Program Advising at
604-434-1
610.
Post Diploma Programs
The department offers two full-time post diploma programs for
students with degrees, diplomas or other post-secondary
accreditation.
Post Diploma in Business Administration
Bill Hooker, program head
Bill-Hooke&bcit.ca
604-451-6783
Program length: One academic year with degree or diploma.
Post Diploma in Human Resource Management
Eileen Stewart, program head
[email protected]
604-432-8492
Program length: Pre-entry courses plus one academic year after
degree or diploma.
Direct Entry to Second Year
Direct entry to second year is open, on a limited basis, to those
having completed the equivalent of the first year of Management
Systems at BCIT or elsewhere. Program requirementsvary
depending upon student background.
For more information please contact:
Iris Waterston, department secretary
604-451-701
9
[email protected]
Fax: 604-439-6700
604-451-71
34
www.online. bcit.ca
To ensure course materials are received prior to term start, please
register at least two weeks prior to course start. A complete
package of course information will be sent to you once you are
registered. Registration deadline is Sept. 9, 2002.
More Information about BUSA Internet and Correspondence
Courses Refunds
For 100 per cent refund
Before course materials have been sent OR course materials
received but still shrink wrapped (unopened/unmarked)
For 85 per cent refund
Before the end of the second week of the course.
Textbooks: Textbooks are refunded if unmarked/unopened, in
new condition.
Internet Access
For all Business Administration Internet courses, access is available
on the course start date. At time of registration, e-mail address
must be supplied by student.
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Internet/Correspondence
Reregistrationsection is reserved only for students who require an
extension to complete the course. Re-registration must occur in the
term immediately following original registration. Note: Some
exceptions, Contact Wendy Lee, program assistant at 604-451-7134.
Shipping of Course Materials
At time of registration, students must supply a shipping address
that will allow materials drop-off during weekday work hours.
(Mon-Fri 0900-1 700)
Note: This address may be different than the student's home
address.
For more information on Distance Education and Internet courses
please visit our Web site at: www.online.bcit.ca, e-mail
[email protected] or phone 604-451-7134.
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Internet Courses:
BLAW 3100
Business Law
BLAW 3205
Internet Law
BLAW 3425
International Law
BUSA 1005
Introduction to Business
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills
BUSA 2005
Management
BUSA 2215
Performance Management
BUSA 3455
Introduction to Electronic Commerce
BUSA 3465
Electronic Commerce Systems
BUSA 3475
Case Studies in Electronic Commerce
BUSA 3485
Online Business Management
BUSA 7254 a Management Skills and Applications
BUSA 3495
Customer Relationship Management
ECON 1150
Economic Issues
Human Resource Management
HRMC 3105
Human Resource Measurement
HRMC 3315
HRMC 4405
Salary Administration
ORCB 1105
Organizational Behaviour
ORCB 2605
Managing Change 1
ORCB ,2465
Managing Change 2
lnternet Course information:
Electronic courses allow you to complete all your course activities
online. These can include assignments, quizzes, exams, cases,
team discussions and projects, class discussions and
presentations. Some courses require in-class or proctored final
exams. Help is provided to learn how to complete these
activities. You need to be able to conned to the Internet to take
these courses. You do not need to have any special computer
skills or experience; beginners have been quite successful.
Hardware/Software: Web enabled computer with a Javaenabled
browser, preferably Netscape 4.0 or better. A Windows 95
Penaum IIwith a minimum 28.8 K modem is recommended.
Correspondence:
BLAW 3100
Business Law
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills
.B
B
ORCB 1105
Organizational Behaviour
BLAW 3100
5475
BUSINESS LAW (T)
CORRESPONDENCE AND
INTERNET DELIVERY $615 REREG $55
Jjp!
(Text and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change)
Presents a practical study of Canadian business law, including the
legal and administrative systems, torts, contracts, sale of goods
and consumer protection, secured transactions, employment,
agency and business organizations. Participation in this course,
taught by lawyers, prepares you to recognize and feel
comfortable with the legal aspects of doing business. No
prerequisite. (4 credits)
DTC CRN 32642
1730-2100 15wks
Sep 10 Tue
32644
1830-2200 15 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
37983
1830-2200 15 wks SRY
Sep 10 Tue
. 32645
1830-2200 15 wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
32646
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2100 15 wks DTC
32647
1830-2200 15 wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
32648
1730-2100 15 wks DTC
Sep 12 Thr
35802
Sat
0900-1230 15 wks BBY
Sep 7
38426
Sat
0900-1230 15 wks DTC
Sep 7
39910
13 wks
Correspondence
Sep 9
60382
13 wks
Internet Delivery
Sep 9
61652
13 wks
Sep 9
ReReq
BLAW 3205
$325
INTERNET LAW
INTERNET DELIVERY 5417
REREG $55
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(Textbook and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
This exciting new course covers recent Canadian and
Internationaldevelopments in the law relating to computers, the
Internet and electronic commerce. Material will be conveyed in a
lecture and workshop setting involving exercises and case
studies. Knowledge of computer and Internet law is an essential
skill in the global economy. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61613
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
63124
Sep9
ReReg
12 wks
64940
BLAW 3425
INTERNET DELIVERY $325
INTERNATIONAL LAW
REREG $55
Explores the l a w k d practice surroundifig the
internationaltrade in goods and technology transfer, and looks
at international organizations and agreements such as WTO,
CAlT and NAFTA. Students will develop real knowledge on how
to do business in the modern international economy from a
Canadian perspective. No prerequisite. (3 credits) ,
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
CRN 37182
Sep9
ReReg
12 wks
64941
pJJ
BLAW 3805
;325
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE LAW
Designed to provide students with an in-depth study and analysis
of the B.C. Human Rights Code and the Regulations. Covers the
different aspects of our provincial Human Rights legislation in a
practical and policy-orientedmanner. Taught by lawyers, this
course offers students the opportunity to explore real-life human
rights issues. (3 credits)
SeD 14
Sat
0900-1200 12 wks BBY CRN 60052
BUSA 1005
$325
REREG $55
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS tn
INTERNET DELIVERY $435
m
m
(Textbook and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
Introduces the external forces in the environment and the
resulting implicationsfor organizations. Examines the place
of business in B.C. and Canada. Focus is on issues arising from
government policies, economics, ethics, social environment,
the forms of businesses and the basic components of business
operations. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 35795
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12wks DTC
35796
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
35797
64832
1900-2200 12 wks PMTC
Sep 11 Wed
35798
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
Sep 11 Wed
66006
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
63128
5 wks DTC
0900-1700
Oct 26 Sat
66196
5 wks DTC
0900-1700
Oct26 Sat
Sep 16 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTd
35799
12 wks
38856
lnternet Delivery .
Sep 9
12 wks
64942
Sep9
ReReq
I
BUSA 1305
$325
SUPERVISORY SKILLS
CORRESPONDENCE AND
INTERNET DELIVERY $430 REREG $55
(Textbook and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
Designed for new supervisors or aspirants for management.
Increase your confidence and abilities to lead and establish a
foundation for further training in supervision and management.
The functions of management are explored through interactive
case and group exercises. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1900-2200 12 wks SRY CRN 32569
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
36152
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 l2wks BBY
32573
Sep 30 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
63127
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
63212
Sep 9
Correspondence
12 wks
63214
Sep9
ReReq
12 wks
64943
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.-
3
BUSA 2005
$395
MANAGEMENT (l)
CORRESPONDENCE AND
INTERNET DELIVERY $515 REREG $55
(rext and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
This core management course reviews all management functions
in depth. Planning, leading, organizing and controlling for
performance will be addressed. Through actual business
scenarios, cases and exercises, participants learn to apply the
skills and knowledge in work situations. (4 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1830-2200 13wks BBY CRN 35855
Sep9
Mon
1730-2100 13 wks DTC
35871
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2100 13 wks DTC
35873
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2200 13wks BBY
35874
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1230 13 wks BBY
35875
Sep 21 Sat
0900-1700
5 wks DTC
63129
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
35878
Sep 30 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
64835
Sep 9
Correspondence
13 wks
38859
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
13 wks
' 39913
Sep9
ReReg
13 wks
61643
BUSA 2205
DTC $325
ENTREPRENEURIAL MANAGEMENT
This fully revised course is designed to provide professionals and
small business owners with the skills to successfully manage their
own businesses. In our rapidly changing economy, many
indifiduals now offer their services on a contract basis. Success in
this "new economy" will be significantly improved through the
acquisition of the entrepreneurial skills developed. (3 credits)
Seo 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 Wks DTC
CRN 61586
BUSA 2215
INTERNET DELIVERY $397
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
REREG $55
m
(Text and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
This course examines the various methods used by organizations
to accomplish the goal of high performance in Contemporary
organizations including: cultural change and development,
aligning the system to the strategic goals, establishing direction
through key result areas and related performance criteria.
Students will develop a strategic "fit" between organizational
goals and personal performance targets. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
CRN 64822
Sep9
ReReq
12 wks
66394
BUSA 2685
$325
COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Employers are seeking personnel a t all levels in the organization
who have the demonstrated ability to communicate well,
promoting understanding and support in our working
relationships. Provides a strong foundation for the required basic
skills and promotes the development of more advanced skills for
continued success. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12wks DTC CRN 39959
BUSA 2705
$325
TEAMWORK SKILLS
Provides an in-depth review of the skills required for a high
performing team. This hands-on course allows students to
participate in each of the stages of team development. Specific
application of teamwork skills includes decision making and
conflict resolution, with real life application to a variety of
organizations. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 37408
Sep 11 Wed
61590
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
Sep 12 Thr
Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
BUSA 2815
$325
RELATIONAL PRACTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
This course is designed to facilitate the new theories of emotional
intelligenceand relational skills into the changing workplace.
The organization of the future demands workers who are
collaborative team players, who are able to give and receive, help
and empower others and operate in a world of interdependence
and constant connection. Skills developed in this course will
enhance worker satisfaction and improve overall performance.
(3 credits)
0900-1700 5 wks
DTC CRN 63406
Oct 19 Sat
BUSA 2905
$325
MANAGING CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE
This highly interactivecourse is designed to identify and manage
conflict in the workplace. Case studies, role playing and student
experiences will contribute to the development of a specific body
of knowledge for contemporary managers. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61593
BUSA 3005
$325
STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLANNING
An exciting hands-on course which presents the stages and content
in developing a strategic business plan in any organizational setting.
Designed to complement other managementtopics, students learn
how to integrate other skill sets in an actual business plan for their
specific business unit. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 35803
BUSA 3015
$325
NEGOTIATION SKILLS
Presents a conceptual framework for preparing and conducting
'negotiations, paired with hands-on experience using this
framework. The major focus of the course will be on negotiation
exercises designed to highlight a range of important issues about
the negotiation process. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 37881
Complete two leadership courses in 10 weeks!
Joinus on Saturdays this Fall
BUSA 3105
$325
LEADERSHIP 1
A dynamic course for new or aspiring supervisors. Students
develop strong interpersonal skills as well as increase their
awareness of the importance of "people skills" in today's
organizations. Developing critical core skills along with
developing individual performance through group interaction,
role playing, lectures and practice sessions are included. No
prerequisites. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64836
Sep 11 Wed
0900-1700
5wks DTC
63130
Sep21 Sat
BUSA 3155
$325
LEADERSHIP 2
Focuses on the leadership role of supervisors and managers at
the front-line of organizational performance. Also focuses on
developing team performance, collaborating effectively with
others, problem solving, managing change and fostering
innovation. Prerequisite: BUSA 3105. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 38874
Nov2
Sat
0900-1700
5Wks DTC
39931
BUSA 3165
$325
LEADERSHIP 2000
Provides the skills required in organizations that are fostering
a collaborative environment. Gives managers, supervisors, team
leaders and individual contributors the skills they need to
successfully interact with others and assist their organizations
in realizing organizational goals while pursing continuous
improvement and development. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 39076
$325
BUSA 3300
MEDIATION SKILLS
Provides a hands-on opportunity to develop, measure and test
his/her mediation skills in a number of trial runs. Taught by
lawyers and mediators in private practice, provfdes the student
with the knowledge of mediation as it applies in an
organizational setting. Learn all aspects of mediation practice,
including effective communication with the mediation room and
in collaborationwith lawyers and other experts (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 38958
BUSA 3385
I
$325
MEDIATION SKILLS ROLE +LAY; PRACTICUM
Provides a hands-on opportuky to act in a variety of workplace
(role play) situations in the cdpacity of the mediator, party to a
dispute and observer, providipg effective and appropriate
feedback. Instruction will be provided by mediators and lawyers
and business professionalswho act as mediators. Prerequisites:
All other courses in A.C.M. program.
DTC CRN 64824
Dec 2
Mon-Fri 0900-1i o 0 ' 1 wk
I
$325
BUSA 3405
PROBLEM SOLVING/DECIS ONMAKING
This exciting, fully restructur d cqurse introduces various
techniques to problem sokin$ and decision making with
emphasis on comprehensive analjsis. Croup interactions,
demonstrations, lectures and practice sessions relating to real
applications will be presente . Rational and creative problem
solving methods will be taug t. Spdents establish a high level of
confidence in their abiliq to ake effective management
decisions. Prerequisites: BUS4 1105 and BUSA 2005. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2b30 12 wks DTC CRN 64995
$325
BUSA 3445
INTERNET BASICS FOR
This course is designed to prepare students for the technical
challenges of e-Commerce. he came will focus on search
engines, browsers and e-mai an$ will be enhanced with actual
creation of Web pages using HTYL. Additional emphasis will be
given to Privacy Issues, ShoppingiCartsystems, XML, CCI, and
Cookies. (3 credits)
,
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 65045
Sep 10 Tue
1
I
1
E-COMMERCE
i
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
BUSA 3455
$325
INTRODUCTION TO
INTERNET DELIVERY $450
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
REREG $55
(Text and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change)
Designed to provide an overview of all aspects of commerce and
opportunity on the Internet. Topics include marketing products
on the Internet, systems integration, virtual organizations,
electronic payment systems, privacy and security concerns,
intellectual property, customs and excise issues, emerging issues
in telecommunications, and Internet issues where government
regulation has been contemplated. Prerequisite: BUSA 3445 or
equivalent. (3 credits)
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 62523
Sep 9
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
63191
Sep9
ReReg
12 wks
64947
_- -
BUSA 3465
ELECTRONIC
COMMERCE SYSTEMS
$325
INTERNET DELIVERY $503
REREG $55
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject t? change.)
This course examines the impact of new technologies on
business organizations as they make the transition to the
Internet. The dramatic impact of these changes will be presented
in a computer lab using lectures, individual and team-based
research projects. Prerequisite: BUSA 3455. (3 credits)
Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61594
Sep 1 1
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
631 94
Sep9
ReReg
12 wks
64955
BUSA 3475
$325
CASE STUDIES IN
INTERNET DELIVERY $450
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
REREG $55
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change.)
Presented in a computer lab, this course examines actual
examples of success stories, failures and evolving business models
in e-Business. Students will combine research and case studies in
a team-based environment. Prerequisites: BUSA 3455 and
BUSA 3465. (3 credits)
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 64837
Sep 10 Tue
Sep 9
internet Delivery
12 wks
63195
Sep 9
ReReg
12 wks
64956
$325
BUSA 3485
ONLINE BUSINESS
gNTERNET DELlVERY $450
REREG $55
MANAGEMENT
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change.)
This is a research and project course where students prepare a
business case which reviews the design, implementation,
management and performance measurement of an online
business. Complete strategies will be developed in a computer lab
environment including benchmarking, needs assessment,
operational structure, legal requirements and human impact issues.
Prerequisites: BUSA 3455, BUSA 3465 and BUSA 3475. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 39077
Sep 12 Thr
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
631 96
Sep9
ReReg
12 wks
64957
BUSA 3495
$325
CUSTOMER
INTERNET DELIVERY $450
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
REREC $55
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change.)
One of the key success factors in online business strategy is the
identification, acquisition and ongoing management of
customers of an e-Business organization. This course will present
strategies for retention and development of a customer database,
search engine placement and optimization, online advertising
models, and global issues involved in conducting business on the
Internet. A review of several new e-Marketing models will be
supplemented with current cases which develop student skills in
new business strategy and implementation. Prerequisites:
BUSA 3455, 3465, 3475, 3485. (3 credits)
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 65046
Sep 12 Thr
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
66396
SeD 9
ReRea
12 wks
66397
BUSA 3595
$325
PACKAGE SELECTION FOR
E-COMMERCE MANAGERS
Over the past four years, companies have not been building
e-commerce systems but are purchasing software, hardware and
related partnering packages. This trend is going to continue as
package implementation shows itself to be a quicker, less risky,
cheaper and a more flexible way to implement e-commerce
systems. The goal of this course would be to teach modern
package selection methodology that has been used by Fortune
50 software/hardware vendors and e-commerce sites through
lectures and team-based projects. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 6701 9
ECON 1150
ECONOMIC ISSUES
$325
INTERNET DELIVERY -10
REREG $55
(Text and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
A professional economist will work with you in discovering the
laws of supply and demand, consumer decision making, producer
profit maximization, competition and monopoly regulation in
microeconomics. Use of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policy
to influence economic growth is also covered. Familiarization with
spreadsheets is strongly recommended for those intending to
register in the Internet Delivery section. (3 credits)
Mon
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 32639
Sep 9
Sep 1 1
Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32641
Sep 12 Thr
1900-2000 12 Wks SRY
37720
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks
39932
SeD9
ReRea
12 wks
64927
ECON 2100
$395
MICROECONOMICS (T)
Focuses on fundamentals of markets, supply and demand,
consumer and product behaviour, monopoly and competition.
Optional areas of business application may explore labour markets,
government interventionand environmental regulation. Prepares
students to identify and evaluate the economic considerationsthey
will undoubtedly encounter in business. No prerequisite. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 15 wks DTC CRN 32608
Sep 10 Tue
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
3261 0
Wed
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
Sep 1 1
3261 2
1830-2130 15 wks BBY
Sep 1 1 Wed
63772
Sep 7
Sat
0900-1200 15 wks BBY
3261 6
HRMG 3305
$325
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
Designed for people in the fields of personnel, management,
supervision and anyone involved in interviewing applicants for
employment. It identifiestechniques, styles, stages, uses, pitfalls
and key points in interviewing, with particular emphasis on
questioning techniques and selective listening. Prerequisite:
HRMG 3105. (4 credits)
Sep28 Sat
0900-1700 5 wks
DTC CRN 64839
O b 2 8 Mon-Fri 0900-1700 1 wk
DTC
32591
ECON 2200
$475
MACROECONOMICS (T)
Presents a challenging overview of the workings of an economy.
Stresses measurement and determination of national economic
activity, the role of monetary and fiscal policy, and the
understandingof infiation, unemployment and growth in an
international environment. Prepares students to weigh political
and economic issues as they relate to their business ventures. .
No prerequisite. (4 credits)
Mon
1830-2200 15 wks BBY CRN 63139
Sep 9
1730-2100 15 wks DTC
Sep 10 Tue
32634
1830-2200 15wks BBY
32636
Sep 10 Tue
Examines applications and issues associated with human
resources measurement, survey and feedback systems.
Employment and career progression testing, employee surveys
and training assessments are examples of systems and
procedures, measurement issues and the legal and ethical
considerations associated with the subject area. Proficiency with
statistical methodologies is not required, Prerequisite HRMC
31 05 or permission of the instructor. (3credits)
Sep 9
internet Delivery
12 wks
CRN 63207
HRMG 3505
$325
TRAINING TECHNIQUES
A first line management course for people responsible for
personnel training, members of personnel departments
contemplating a training program, or who are involved with
on-the-job training. Develops a good grounding in current
training methodology, techniques and aids. (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32577
Sep 1 1
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32578
Oct 28 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
6701 5
ECON 3305
$395
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Explores the exciting world of international trade and finance,
including the balance of trade, exchange rate determination,
balance of payments, international monetary and fiscal policy,
tariff and trade policy, NAFTA and the FTA, and the integration
of small business in this environment. This course will prepare
students to deal more comfortably with the world of
international transactions. No prerequisite.
1830-2130 15 wks BBY CRN 37206
Sep 1 1 Wed
HRMG 0315
$293
CAREER SEARCH WORKSHOP
This workshop explores and researches career options by writing
tests, accessing current information and resources and learning
how to specify goals to make a career change. Covers interest,
aptitude and values clarification and testing, career and
educational opportunities, decision making and goal setting.
Taught by a professional counsellor.
Oct 29 Tue
1800-2100 4 wks
DTC CRN 38591
Sep21 Sat
0900-1200 4 wks
BBY
38589
HRMC 2805
8325
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
A practical course conducted by the B.C. Safety Council for those
responsible for occupational safety and health in an industrial
setting, including managers, supervisors, shop stewards, safety
committee members and members of the industrial relations or
personnel department. Topics include: Workers‘ Compensation
Act; Factories Act; rules and regulations, types of organizational
structure; the role of the committee; creating a “thinking” state
of mind; pros and cons of reward systems; unionlmanagement
cooperation; other ways and means of getting this important job
done. (3 credits)
DTC CRN 32580
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0900-1700 1 wk
HRMG 3105
HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT (T)
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change.)
Develops an understanding of the significant human resource
management programs and systems utilized in today‘s business
and government organizations. Covers the major human
resource management functions with emphasis on practical
application of the techniques studied. Prerequisite: ORCB 11 05
or permission from the instructor. (4 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1830-2200 1 3 wks SRY CRN 32586
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2100 13 wks DTC
32585
Sep 1 1 Wed
1830-2200 13 wks BBY
32583
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2200 13wks BBY
61 601
Sep21
Sat
0900-1700
7 w k ~ DTC
63140
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
13 wks
61 655
Sep9
ReReg
13 wks
64966
HRMC 3155
$925
ENHANCING PEOPLE SKILLS
Introduces students to the interpersonal skills, personal
management skills and teamwork skills necessary for effective
functioning in the work environment. Through a personal
assessment using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, students gain
an understanding of their personality type and how this affects
their professional relationships. (3 credits)
Sep 14
Oct 28
Sat
Mon-Fri
0900-1700
0900-1700
5 wks
1 wk
DTC CRN 63143
38423
HRMG 3255
$325
LABOUR RELATIONS 2 (T)
A thorough explanation of collective administration, agreements,
wage issues, economic supplements, arbitration, mediation,
Prepares students for collective bargaining techniques.
Prerequisite: HRMC 3205. (3 credits)
Wed
Sat
1845-2145
0900-1700
12 wks
5 wks
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change)
HRMG 3705
$325
COUNSELLING SKILLS
Demonstrates that communication skills can be learned and that
through training, everyone can learn to become more effective
communicators. The instructional method focuses on learning to
recognize various levels of communication through lectures,
listening, observing and practicing. Dyads and double dyads
comprised of counsellor, client and peer-group observers combine
with audio and videotapes as ongoing feedback (3 credits)
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 32582
Sep 10 Tue
~
HRMG 3765
$325
INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT
Provides you with the cultural contextror international
management. Topics include: the meaning of dimensions of
culture, intercultural communication, managing ‘across cultures,
organizational development and diversity, decision making and
controlling motivation and leadership, HR selection and
repatriation. Methods of study include experiential learning, case
studies simulations, presentations and discussions. (3 credits)
1 730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN.39961.__
Sep 12 Thr
..
HRMG 4145
$325
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (T)
Examines human resource management information systems
from the perspective of the specialist responsible for
development and administration. Covers software programs
applicable to the personnel/industrialrelations field. Develops an
appreciationfor the effective use of human resource information
systems in various work situations. (3 credits)
Sep 1 1
Wed
1730-2030
HRMG 4405
SALARY
ADMINISTRATION
12 wks- DTC CRN 32561
$325
lNTERNET DELIVERY $325
(Text and shipping extra)
Teaches the “whys” and ”hows” of salary administration and
develops a basic knowledge of techniques in this field. Topics
include alternative methods of job evaluation; job description;
establishing and maintaining salary schedules, administering a
salary plan; general and specific adjustments for promotions and
demotions and how to set up a simple plan. Prerequisite:
HRMG 3105. (3 credits)
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 37180
Sep 9
SeD 9
Internet delivery
12 wks
66398
HRMC 4605
HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING
$325
REREC $55
(Textbook and shipping included. Textbook price subject to change.)
This course examines the critical role of human resource planning
in creating effective organizations, how human resource planning
supports the broader strategic planning process, and acquaints
students with data collection and analysis techniques necessary
for successful strategic human resource planning. (3 credits)
Seo 1 1
Thr
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 32543
DTC
HRMG 3205 ’
$325
LABOUR RELATIONS 1 Q
A necessary skill set in today’s world - designed for those
involved in, or associated with, labour relations as management
or union. Covers the collective bargaining process in day-to-day
contract administration. Related laws, typical contract clauses,
grievance procedures, responsibilities of the shop steward and
current developments. Prerequisite: ORGB 1105. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32555
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 W k ; DTC
32553
5 wks DTC
63146
0900-1700
Sep28 Sat
Sep 11
Nov 16
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
$395
INTERNET DELIVERY $500
REREG $55
HRMC 3315
iNTERNET DELIVERY $398
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BBY CRN 32559
DTC
63150
The world is learning. Keep up!
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ORGB 1105
$395
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (T)
REREG $55
CORRESPONDENCE AND INTERNET DELIVERY $530
(Includes text and shipping. Textbook price subject to change.)
Presents the study of factors that either influence or are
influenced by people at work. Focuses on macro factors such as
organizational structure, technology and environment; group
factors such as group dynamics, leadership, conflict, change and
decision making; and individual factors such as personality,
attitudes, perceptionand motivation. No prerequisites. (4credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 15 wks DTC CRN 64982
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 15 wks BBY
64976
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 15wks
DTC
64981
Sep11 Wed
1900-2200 15 wks PMTC
67017
64980
Sep 12 Thr
1900-2200 15 wks SRY
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1700
7wks‘ DTC
64979
Oct 14 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
66163
Oct21
Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
64978
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
64977
Nov18 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
66179
Sep 9
Correspondence
13 wks
64984
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
13 wks
64983
Sep9
ReReg
13 wks
66402
ORGB 2455
$325
SELLING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
Organizational change often requires the adoption of new ideas
and solutions to solve what may be chronic problems. The skills
presented in this course include: the development of modelling
behaviour, gaining acceptance and buy-in; recognition of
individual needs and subordinatingthese to the accomplishment
of purpose; the development of skills, awareness and tolerance to
play multiple roles with different stakeholders and the public
speaking presence to gain attention and carry out the message
with diverse groups. ( 3credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 64994
ORGB 2505
$325
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
Develops personal problem solving skills, with emphasis on role
playing, by students acting in a variety of supervisory/
management situations. Participants have the opportunity to
practice skills that will enhance their effectiveness in working .
with people. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32550
Mon
Sep9
61608
1730-2030 12wks DTC
Sep 12 Thr
DTC
67018
1 wk
Dec 16 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
ORGB 2605
$325
MANAGING ORGANIZATION
REREG $55
CHANGE 1
INTERNET DELIVERY $402
(Text and shipping included. Text prices subject to change)
The introductory course develops a framework around
understanding natural versus planned change, models for
managing change, the development of specific skills to manage
nge, and the transition
“rightsizing,” the human
s of organizational change IS
process. Understanding t
a critical skill for contemporary managers. (3 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1700
5 wks DTC CRN 39938
Sep 9
Internet Delivery
12 wks.
64970
Sea9
ReRea
64972
pJg
~~
ORGB 2615
$500 INTERNET ONLY
(Price includes Shipping & Text)
This second level course offers participants an important
opportunity to understand and develop their own skills as
change consultants. This course revolves around the concept of
using six different lenses or ways of visioning an organizationand
its need for change. This “tool kit” will be invaluable to
understanding how organizations can cope with and manage
change processes. (3 credits)
Sep 9
internet Delivery
12 wks
CRN 64985
ORGB 2705
$325
MANAGING DIVERSITY
In today’s economy, managers and Human
Resource specialists cannot simply hire from the diverse
workforce without a clear knowledge of the management issues
related to their workplace. This course takes students beyond the
conceptual knowledge and builds a diversity management
program. (3 credits)
Seo 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 67021
Studepts enrolled in many of the Bachelor of Technology
programs are required to enrol in the Advanced Management
courses listed below. These courses are offered in a
correspondenceformat and on the Internet. Enrolment is limited;
register today.
BUSA 7250
1415
MANAGEMENT SKILLS AND APPLICATIONS
REREC $55
(Shipping included)
Provides an overview of the basic skills of a manager and applies
these skills through a series of projects and case studies.
Examines the evolution of management and the organizational
culture and environment. It also teaches decision-making skills
and the skills involved in planning, organizing, leading and
controlling, including planning and facilitating change,
teamwork, applying motivatipnal techniques and effective
communication. (3 credits)
13 weeks to complete (two re-registrations allowed).
Sep 9
Correspondence
13 wks
CRN 38957
Correspondence
13wks
~39104
Internet Delivery
13 wks
61645
ReReg Corresp.
13 wks
39153
ReReg - Internet
13 wks
61860
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604-451-6747
Provides BClT Business diploma graduates with additional
educational opportunities to meet the needs of B.C. business,
government and industry: Advanced Studies courses may be
taken as part of a bachelor degree in Business Administration
or as electives in either of our certificate programs. For specific
information, please call Larry lones, program head at
604451-6747.
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DEGREE COMPLETION
The Open University collaborates with BCIT to offer degree
completion programs. The Open University (OU) grants BClT
Business diploma graduates a block transfer of up to 72* credits
toward the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. BCIT
graduates generally need to complete at least 48 credits at BCIT,
the OU, or other institutions to meet the Open University degree
requirementof 120 credits. For additional information on credit
transfer for these and other diploma programs please contact
OLA’s Student Services at 604-431-3300.
Credit transfer depends on whiFh BClT diploma program was
taken, when the student graduated, the date when the
student applies to the OU for program plan approval and ‘the
student’s overall diploma GPA. Students may receive additional
credit for courses taken at other institutions.
BClT admission and registrationprocedures for the Bachelor of
Business Administration degree offered in collaboration with the
Open University.
These procedures apply to BCIT Business diploma graduates who
wish to embark on the Open University’s Business Administration
Degree Completion program, granted by the Open University in
collaborationwith BCIT. OU admission information can be
obtained from Ow’s Student Services at 604-431-3300.
1. Apply t o the Open University
The Open University is responsiblefor reviewing the student‘s
academic record from BCIT and any other post-secondary
institution the student has attended, to determine the amount of
credit that will be awarded toward the degree. This critical first
step tells the student what courses they require to earn the
degree. Contact OLA‘s Student Services at 604-431-3300 for a
complete information package containing admissions instructions.
2.Apply t o BCIT
Submit a full-time application for admission with a copy of the
Open University approved program plan as soon as possible.
Students are not required to submit transcriptsfrom other postsecondary institutions with their application. Admission is based on:
a. Academic performance in the student‘s BClT diploma
program
b. A 500-word statement indicating reasons for choosing the
program
c. Evidence of computer fluency since graduation, e.g.,
familiarity with microcomputers and software.
Students will receive confirmationfrom BClT by letter that their
admission has been approved.
Applications for part-time enrolment in the Degree Completion
program for diploma graduates may be made a t any time, but
acceptance into the September 2002 term depends upon space
availability. The Open University requires at least six weeks to
process applications.
3. Course Registration
Once your admission is confirmed, you can register for Advanced
Studies in Business Degree Completion courses offered at the
Burnaby campus. Check the current Part-time Studies flyer to
determine which courses are available. Courses are normally
offered each term.
The liberal arts requirements may be met by arts and sciences
courses taken through the Open University (OU) by distance
education, or other accredited universities and colleges with a
letter of permission from the OU. The advanced business courses
are offered at BClT and through the OU. Additional courses can
usually be taken at BClT to meet requirements established in
your program plan.
BUSA 5200
$455
BUSINESS, SOCIETY AND ETHICS
A variety of topics are discussed. The emphasis may vary from
semester to semester but may include: the relationship between
government and the business system in Canada, fhe impact of
foreign investment and free trade,\consumerism, environmental
protection, the impart of the Canadian Bill of Rights etc. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 14 Wks BBY CRN 33532
ECON 5200
8455
INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICANALYSIS
Extends the macroeconomics analysis introduced in ECON 2200.
It develops modern theories of the determination of income,
employment and prices with attention to their application to the
Canadian experience. Emphasizes the applicationof theory to
understandingthe workings of macroeconomics policy.
Prerequisites: ECON 2100 and ECON 2200 (4 credits)
1800-2100 14 Wks BBY CRN 32649
Sep 12 Thr
ORGB 5600
$455
MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE
Extends analysis of human behaviour in the organization toward
development of models in the decision making process. The
extended analysis will encompass the development of
organizations toward open systems capable of effective responses
of change (3 credits)
Sep 10 Wed
1800-2100 14 wks DTC CRN 66924
OPMT 5700
$455
MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT
Provides the mathematical knowledge required to move into the
more advanced business math courses. Topics include linear and
quadratic equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational
functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and
series. Applications to economics and finance used. Prerequisite:
Diploma of Technology in Business. (3 credits)
Ser, 9
Mon
1830-23145 13 wks BBY CRN 61731
-
OPMT 5701
$520
CALCULUS FOR MANAGEMENT
Introduces calculus course to business students. Topics reviewed
are integration, differentiation and applications of calculus to
business problems. The students apply calculus through problem
sets to gain skills in the various techniques. (3 credits)
Sea 9
Mon
1800-2200 14 wks BBY CRN 63267
-
OPMT-5746
$455
INTEGRATED MIS.
Discusses functional databases, how data are synthesized into
management information and integrated into the strategic
decision making process. Covers current business practice for
strategic information technologies, micro computing, digital
communication, image-processing, relational-database, artificialintelligence, graphics, voice process, CASE, CAD/CAM, open
systems, EDI. The preparation and delivery of effective oral and
written presentations to management is included. (3 credits)
Sea 10 Tue
1800-2100 14wks BBY CRN 63264
-.
OPMT 5751
$455
MATH MODELS FOR BUSINESS
Presents a second course in the application of statistical methods
to business problems. The course will provide understanding and
practical applications of two commonly used techniques in
mathematical modeling: Regression and Time Series Analysis.
Extensive lab work using spreadsheets and other computer
software will lead to theoretical solutions. (3 credits)
SeD 11 Wed
1800-2100 14 wks BBY CRN 39977
604-412-7486 [email protected]
604-432-8609
604-412-7453
[email protected]
[email protected]
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Entry to First Year Financial Management
Technology LEVEL 2 - January2003
Successful completion of the following courses,
with required grades, will allow students to apply to enter the
Financial Management Technology first year program a t Level 2
in January.
Part-time Studies Course Requirements:
COMM 1103
introduction to Business and Technical
Communication
ECON 2100
Microeconomics
FMGT 1100
Accounting 1 (grade of 70% or better required)
MKTG 1102
Essentials of Marketing
ORGB 1105
Organizational Behaviour
OPMT 1110
Business Mathematics
OPMT 1600
Computer Applications 1
Standard BClT entrance requiremenb of Math 11 with a mark of
C+ or greater, and English 12 with a mark of C+ or greater, or
equivalent BClT English Language Proficiency. For details on BClT
English Language Proficiency equivalencies see
http://notesmail. bcit.ca/apps/paweb.nsf
Note: some of these courses are available during June, July, and
rmation, please contact Tim Edwards a t
604-432-8898or e-mail [email protected]
Management Certificate in Accounting
1) Required courses:
Accounting 1
FMGT 1100
FMGT 2100
Accounting 2 1
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1102
Financial Accodnting 1
FMGT 3110
FMGT 3210
Cost and Manaberial Accounting 1
Taxation 1 (or FMGT 3420 Income Tax 1)
FMGT 3410
Financial Accounting 2
FMGT 4110
Cost and Managerial Accounting 2
FMGT 4210
Taxation 2 (or FMGT 4420 Income Tax 2)
FMGT 4410
2) Must complete:
ECON 2200
Macroeconomics, or
Organizational Behaviour 1, or
ORGB 2205
Statistics for Business and Industry
OPMT 1197
3) Must complete:
A computer-related course or courses with a combined value of
a t least 36 course contact hours.
4) Electives:
Courses with a combined minimum of 90 course contact hours
should be selected to ensure that the proposed program meets
your career and educational objectives. Courses may be selected
from the Financial Management or other technologies in the
BClT Business programs, and should be submitted to the
Program Advising department with your proposed program for
approval by the Financial Management Technology.
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Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
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604-434-1610
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FA 2002 Part-time Studies
Management Certificate in Finance
Credit Courses to ProfessionalAccounting Bodies
1) Required courses:
FMCT 1100
Accounting 1
FMCT 2100
Accounting 2
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1102
Statistics for Business and Industry
OPMT 1197
Investment and Risk Management
FMCT 2820
Financial Accounting 1
FMCT 3110
FMCT 3510
Finance 1
Financial Accounting 2
FMCT 4110
FMCT 4510
Finance 2
2) Must complete:
Cost and Managerial Accounting 1 and
FMCT 3210
Cost and Managerial Accounting 2; or
FMCT 4210
Taxation 1 (or FMCT 3420 Income Tax 1) and
FMCT 3410
Taxation 2 (or FMCT 4420 Income Tax 2); or
FMCT 4410
ECON 2100
Microeconomics and
ECON 2200
Macroeconomics
3) Must complete
A computer-related course or courses with a combined value of
a t least 36 course contact hours.
4) Electives:
Courses with a combined minimum of 90 course contact hours
should be selected to ensure that the proposed program meets
your career and educational objectives. The courses may be
selected from the Financial Management or other technologies in
the BCIT Business programs, and should be submitted to the
Program Advising department with your proposed program for
approval by the Financial Management Technology.
Certified Management Accountants
Executive Program
The majority of Financial Management courses, and several
courses offered by Administrative Management, Operations
Management and Computer Systems technologies, are
transferable to the Chartered Accountants', the Certified General
Accountants', and the Certified Management Accountants'
educational programs.
Financial Management courses are also recognized by the
following additional professional organizations:
Canadian Association of Financial Planners
Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping
Credit Institute of Canada
Credit Union Institute of Canada
Financial Planners Standards Council of Canada
Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators
Trust Companies Institute of Canada
You should contact the professional associationfor specific course
*
BCIT's Financial Management Technology in
cooperation with the CMA Canada - British Columbia is pleased
to offer the CMA Executive Program, Part 1. This series of
seminars which, for the various CMA modules, reinforces
individual learning. Seminar dates to be announced. For further
information, please contact JamesHughes a t 604-412-7453,
e-mail ][email protected] or contact the CMA B.C. office at
604-412-7417
[email protected]
Accounting 1
FMCT 1100
Accounting 2
FMCT 2100
Financial Accounting 1
FMCT 3110
Cost and Managerial Accounting 1
FMCT 3210
Finance 1
FMCT 3510
FinancialAccounting 2
FMCT 4110
Cost and Managerial Accounting 2
FMCT 4210
Finance 2
FMCT 4510
1. You may start your course a t any time.
2. You may proceed in the course a t your own speed, within the
36-week time limit.
3. You must have the prerequisites required.
4. Regular assignments are to be submitted for marking and will
be returned to you with comments.
5. Examination dates are flexible.
6. Courses completed by correspondence are transferable for
course credit to full-time and part-time programs.
7. The textbook fee is in addition to the course fee. However, in
a two-part course (Le. Finance 1 and Finance 2) the textbook
is normally used in both parts 1 and 2.
8. BCIT refund policy permits a refund less 15% for
correspondence courses prior to mailing of course materials.
For individual course descriptions, see listings in the following
604-432-8609
[email protected]
Associate Certificate in Financial Planning
BCIT and the B.C. Chapter of the Canadian Association of
Financial Planners have designed this program of studies leading
to the BCIT Associate Certificate in Financial Planning.
FMCT 1810
Personal Financial Planning 1
FMGT 1152
Accounting for the Manager
FMCT 2820
Investment and Risk Management
FMCT 3430
Taxation and Financial Planning
ECON 1150
Economic Issues
BLAW 3100
Business Law
FMCT 4810
Personal Financial Planning 2
Graduates of this associate certificate program have achieved the
educational prerequisites necessary to pursue the professional
financial planning designations "CFP" (Certified Financial
Planner), awarded by the Financial Planners Standards Council of
Canada. To obtain further information about becoming a CFP,
yduates ?hou!d contact thp FPSC directly.
FP Examination Preparation Session
In addition to a broad review of the topics identified in the
Certified Financial Planner's curriculum, this workshop will
address areas of the material less commonly encountered in day
to day practice. The presentation format will be a combination of
lecture and problem solving. Registrants should be familiar with
and bring a financial calculator to the class. If there are particular
questions that you want answered, please e-mail details to
[email protected] prior to the session.
FMGT 0810
KIT GRADUATES $325
CFP EXAM
OTHER PARTICIPANTS $385
PREPARATION SESSION
BClT GRADUATES
Oct 10/12 Thr/Sat 0900-1630 2 day
BBY CRN 61775
Oct 17/19 ThrISat 0900-1630 2 day
DTC
61780
OTHER PARTICIPANTS
Oct 10/12 Thr/Sat 0900-1630 2 day
BBY CRN 61776
Oct 17/19 Thr/Sat 0900-1630 2 day
DTC
61783
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
FMGT 1100
$325
ACCOUNTING 1
Covers the full accounting cycle for individuals with little or no
accounting background. Topics include accounting as an
information system; introduction to accountingtheory; income
measurement; traditional record keeping procedures; the
accounting cycle; special journals; cash; investments and
receivables.
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32418
32419
Mon
1730-2030 12wks DTC
64896
1730-2030 12 wks BBY
Mon
64898
1800-2100 12 wks PMT*
Mon
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY
32421
32422
Tue
1730-2030 12 wks BBY
Tue
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32424
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32426
Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32427
Wed
1900-2200 12 wks SRY**
32428
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32429
Thr
1730-2030 12Wks DTC
61642
Thr
1730-2030 12 wks BBY
64899
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1700
5 wks BBY
32432
Sat
0900-1200 12wks BBY
32434
Sat
0900-1200 12 wks DTC
35825
Sat
1300-1600 12wks BBY
64900
Tuition $325, $10 courier fee.
Correspondence
Text fee 5134 (subject to change) 36 wks
CRN 32521
Re-register 565 (one time only)
36-wk extension
32522
*Pacific Marine Training Campus, 265 West Esplanade,
North Vancouver
**Princess Margaret Secondary, 12870 72nd Avenue, Surrey
FMGT 1152
$325
ACCOUNTING FOR THE MANAGER
Covers the accountingfunction and the services it provides to
the manager. Topics include how to interpret statements, reports,
budgets, etc., in managerial decision making.
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 65170
61648
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32471
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 l2wks DTC
32472
Sep11 Wed
32474
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
5 wks BBY
32476
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1700
32477
5 wks BBY
0900-1700
Oct26 Sat
,
FMGT 1540
$325
CREDrC AND COLLECTIONS
Introduces credit and collections to persons who contemplate
employment in credit and collections or need to understand the
credit function. Topics include determining credit risk; credit
instruments and collateral security; types of consumer credit and
credit cards, sources of consumer credit information; collections,
credit department management.
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32469
FMGT 1810
$325
PERSONAL FINANCIAL INTERNET DELIVERY $3sO
PLANNING 1
Introduces students to the field of personal financial planning.
Covers the issues to be considered in building a sound program
to achieve long term financial goals. Topics include money
management, insurance, investments and portfolio distribution,
wills, estates, pension management and tax planning.
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 39976
Sep9
Mon
1730-2030 12wks DTC
65169
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32503
Tue
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
37393
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12wks BBY
38989
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32504
Sep 16 INTERNET DELIVERY
12 wks BBY
66973
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FMGT 2100
$475
ACCOUNTING 2
Examines financial and management accountingtechniques,
detailed financial statements, management reports and the
requirements of professional accountants. Prerequisite: FMCT
1100. (Note: Students intending to proceed into Financial
Management's full-time day program must achieve a mark of a t
least 70% in this course.)
Sep 9
Mon
1800-2200 13 wks BBY CRN 32440
32441
Mon
1730-2130 13 wks DTC
32444
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
32445
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
32446
1730-2130 13 wks DTC
Wed
32447
Sep12 Thr
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
1730-2130 13 wks DTC
61653
Thr
35826
0900-1300 13wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
61656
Sat
0900-1300 13 wks DTC
32448
8 wks BBY
01226
Sat
0900-1700
CorrespondenceTuition $475 and $10 courier fee.
Text not included.
36 wks
CRN 32523
Re-register $65 (one time only)
36-wk extension
32524
FMGT 2190
$800
ACCOUNTING 1/2
Enables students to complete Accounting 1 and 2 in a single
term. For course content refer to FMCT 1100 and 2100.
Sep5
Thr/Mon 1845-2145 16wks BBY CRN 32500
Thr/Mon 1730-2030 16wks DTC
32501
*for accelerated courses students must be prepared to work a
minimum of 15-20 hours per week in addition to class time.
FMGT 2710
$350
COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
Teaches the Simply Accounting for Windows integrated package
to students with an introductoryfinancial accounting
background. Students should have elementary PC skills.
Prerequisite: FMCT 1100, FMCT 1105 or FMCT 1152.
Sep 14
5eD 14
Sat
Sat
0900-1200
1300-1600
12 wks
12 wks
BBY CRN 63385
BBY
63386
FMGT 2820
$325
INVESTMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Provides an overview of Canada's capital markets. Includes a
review of securities, internationalfunds, insurance aspects and
other financial institutions. Emphasizes portfolio input from a
financial planning perspective. Students are expected to have a
working knowledge of accounting.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 35827
1730.2030
12wks DTC
32515
5eD 12 Thr
/
FMGT 3110
$*
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1
Enables students with basic accounting knowledge to broaden
their understandingof the theory and process of accounting.
This course and FMCT 4110 prepare students for career
advancement and advanced study in accounting. Prerequisite:
FMCT 2100 or FMCT 2190. Registration will not be allowed after
the first session.
7 wks BBY CRN 66974
Thr/Mon 1845-2145
Sep 5
32449
1845-2145 12wks BBY
Sep9
Mon
61657
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32450
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32451
Sep12 Thr
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32453
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
35832
Sep 14 Sat
Correspondence Tuition 5325, $10 courier fee.
Text fee 5130, Study Guide $49
(subject to change)
36 wks
CRN 32528
Re-register $60 (one time only)
36-wk extension
32529
FMGT 3210
$340
COST AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 1
Emphasizes the role of the management accountant, cost terms
and purposes, cost-volume-profitrelationships, job order costing,
budgeting, responsibility accounting and standard costs.
Prerequisite: FMCT 2100 or FMCT 2190.
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 Wks DTC
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
CorrespondenceTuition $325, $10 courier fee.
Text fee $120, Study Guide $30 (optional)
(subject to change)
36 wks
CRN
Re-register $65 (one time only)
36-wk extension
33519
33517
35833
35835
32525
32526
FMGT 3310
$340
AUDITING 1
Covers the meaning and purpose of the audit function and an
introduction to techniques and procedures. Prerequisite: FMCT
2100 or FMCT 2190.
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks
BBY CRN 39979
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
61742
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32458
Thr
1730-2030 1 2 w k DTC
37207
FMGT 3410
$340
TAXATION 1
lntroducesindividuals with little or no income tax knowledge to
the basics of Canadian income tax. The course constitutes the
first half of taxation with FMCT 4410 completing it. Topics
include tax information sources, residency, classes of taxpayers,
employment income, business income, property income and
capital cost allowance rules. Capital gains rules will be introduced
if time permits. Prerequisite: FMCT 2100 or FMCT 2190.
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 64903
64904
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 1 2 w k BBY
64905
Tue
1730-2030 12wks DTC
64906
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12wks BBY
64907
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
Sep 12 Thr
64908
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 Wks BBY
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FMGT 4510
$495
FINANCE 2
Instructs students on how to raise capital to finapce a firm. Topics
include the cost of capital, short, medium and long-term
financing, leasing, refinancing, security analysis, the Canadian
capital and money markets and pension portfolios as they affect
business decisions of the Canadian firm. Prerequisite: FMCT 3510.
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2130 13 Wks DTC CRN 35840
61 768
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
1800-2200 13 W ~ S BBY
32463
CorrespondenceTuition $475 and $10 courier fee.
Text not included.
36 wks
CRN 32536
36-wk extension
32537
Re-register $65 (one time only)
FMGT 3430
$340
TAXATION AND FINANCIAL PLANNING
Provides the financial planner with a good understanding of the
general rules of taxation. Topics include determination of
residency, income, application of CCA and the taxation of capital
gains. Prerequisite: FMCT 1152 or FMCT 2100 or FMCT 2190.
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 32514
38422
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
Sep 11 Wed
38975
1845-2145 12wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
FMGT 3510
$340
FINANCE 1
Covers control and financial management of the business firm,
profit planning, cash and capital budgeting and inventory
control. Prerequisite: FMCT 2100 or FMCT 2190.
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32454
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32455
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32456
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
35831
Correspondence Tuition $325, $10 courier fee.
Text fee $104 (subject to change) 36 wks
CRN 32530
36-wk extension
32531
Re-register $65 (one time only)
FMGT 3720
$350
ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 1
A general module that introduces students to Great Plains
Dynamics accounting software as used in a small to mid-range
business. Prerequisite: FMCT 2100 or 2190 and FMCT 2710 or
COMP 1255.
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks BBY CRN 66975
65060
Sep 14 Sat
1300-1600 12 wks BBY
$515
FMGT 4570
MONEY AND BANKING
This course emphasizes the economic way of thinking by
developing a unifying framework to study money, banking, and
financial markets. This analytic framework uses a few basic
economic concepts to organize your thinking about the
determination of asset prices, the structure of financial markets,
bank management and the role of money in the economy.
Sep 10 Tues
1800-2200 13 wks BBY CRN 66996
FMGT 4710
$515
ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 2
Continues from FMCT 3720 emphasizing the solution of practical
problems. Students are expected to develop a level of familiarity
with software programs and applications for use in other course
areas. Prerequisite: FMCT 3720.
0900-1300 13 wks BBY CRN 66978
Seo 14 Sat
FMGT 4110
$495
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 2
Helps students develop sufficient accounting knowledge for an
intermediate-level financial accounting position and exemption
(subject to achieving a prescribed ma+) from the equivalent
course offered by the professional accounting bodies.
Prerequisite: FMCT 3110.
1800-2200 13 wks BBY CRN 35839
Sep 10 Tue
63387
1730-2130 13 W ~ S DTC
Tue
61756
1800-2200 13wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
32461
1730-2130 13wks DTC
Wed
32462
Sep 12 Thr
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1300 13 wks BBY
64901
Oct 17 Thr/Mon 1845-2145 10 wks BBY
66977
CorrespondenceTuition $475 and $10 courier fee.
Text not included.
36 wks
CRN 32534
Re-register $65 (one time only)
36-wk extension
32535
FMGT 4190
$835
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1/2
Enables students to complete Financial Accounting 1 and 2 in a
single term. For course content refer to FMGT 3110 and FMGT
4110. In accelerated courses students must be prepared to work
a minimum of 15-20 hours per week in addition to class time.
T 2190.
16wks BBY CRN 32507
'
FMGT 4810 '
$340
PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 2
is the concluding course in the associate certificate program
in personal financial planning. It covers advanced topics and also
draws on subjects learned in the six prerequisite courses.
Prerequisites: FMCT 1152, FMCT 1810, FMCT 3410 or FMGT
3420 or FMCT 3430, FMCT 2820, BLAW 3100 and ECON 1150.
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32520
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
63383
This
FMGT 7221
$570
MANUFACTURING COST ACCOUNTING
Students will learn how to use a variety of systems to account for
manufacturingcasts. They will also learn how accounting
information can be used in planning operations, controlling
activities and making decisions in a manufacturingorganization.
Prerequisite: TMCT 7122
SeD 14 Sat
0900-1215 12 wks BBY CRN 60777
604-432-8611
[email protected]
604-432-8572
[email protected]
[email protected] (Internet courses only)
Marketing Management Certificate Programs
All Certificate programs require a minimum of 15 three-credit
courses.
FMGT 4210
$495
COST AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 2
Emphasizes direct costing, relevant costs, cost allocation, capital
budgeting, inventory planning and valuation, joint and byproduct costs, process costing, payroll, factory ledgers and
decentralization and transfer pricing. Prerequisite: FMCT 3210.
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2200 13 WkS BBY CRN 32459
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2130 13wks DTC
61758
Sep 12 Thr
1800-2200 13 w ~ S BBY
32460
Tuition $475 and $10 courier fee.
Correspondence
Text not included.
36 wks
CRN 32532
Re-register $65 (one time only)
36-wk extension
32533
FMGT 4290
$835
COST AND MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 1/2
Enables students to complete Cost Accounting 1 and 2 in a
single term. For course content refer to FMCT 3210 and FMCT
4210. Students must be prepared to work between 15-20 hours
per week in addition to class time. Prerequisite: FMCT 2100 or
FMCT 2190.
Sep 5
Thr/Mon 1845-2145 16 wks BBY CRN 32519
FMGT 4310
$495
AUDITING 2
Teaches the student general auditing pn'nciples and specific audit
procedures. Enables the student to critically assess accounting
procedures. Prerequisite: FMCT 3310.
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2130 13 w ~ S DTC CRN 63388
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
64902
FMGT 4410
5495
TAXATlON 2
Expands the student's study of Canadian income tax begun in
FMCT 3410, including the complexities and problem areas
involved in tax planning. Topics include capital gains rules and tax
computations for individuals (including proprietors and partners),
corporations and trusts. Corporate surplus distributions,
internationalincome, assessment (including returns, appeals,
reassessment and payment) and CST are also introduced.
Prerequisite: FMCT 3410 or FMCT 3420 or FMCT 3430.
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2130 13 wks DTC CRN 64910
64911
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
64912
1800-2200 13 wks BBY
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Management Certificate in Marketing Management
For those who work in the retail, wholesale, manufacturing and
service industries, this program offers an assortmentof courses
designed to provideyou with an understanding of all the elements
of Marketing Management. Studies will include marketing
planning, promotion, research, customer service and sales. In this
program, students may tailor their program to focus on areas that
are more relative to their area of work or personal interest. Listed
below are the courses required to obtain your certificate.
Required:
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 7112
Customer Relations
MKTC 1219
Professional Sales 1
MKTC 2202
Introductionto Marketing Communications
MKTC 2205
Marketing of Services
MKTC 2341
Introductionto Marketing Research
MKTC 3322
Promotional Strategies
MKTC 4340
Marketing Planning Fundamentals
MKTC 4501
Strategic Marketing Management Simulation
As well, complete four from the following:
MKTC 1323 . Effective Public Speaking
Small Business Development
MKTC 1324
Trade/Consumer Show Marketing
MKTC 1342
Internet Marketing 1
MKTC 1350
Internet Marketing 2
MKTC 1351
Strategies in Customer Service
MKTC 2212
Marketing Globally
MKTC 2325
Direct Marketing Dynamics
MKTC 2438
Public Relations
MKTC 3321
And two eled es:
Students may choose two electives that they feel will enhance
their growth. We recommend courses from other business
programs, such as Administrative Management, Financial
Management or Operations Management
Management Certificate in Marketing Communications .
This program is designed to give you specialized training in the
components of promotionalstrategy. The curriculum equips the
students to be functional in developing promotionalstrategies anc
campaigns, incorporatingspecific tactics such as event marketing,
trade shows and corporate communications, as well as the
traditional advertising, sales promotion and database marketing.
Listed below are the courses required to obtain your certificate.
Required:
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 1219
Professional Sales 1
MKTC 2202
Introduction to Marketing Communications
MKTC 2317
Sales PromotionTechniques
MKTC 2341
Introduction to Marketing Research
MKTC 2438
Direct Marketing Dynamics
MKTC 3218
Introductionto Media
MKTC 3321
Public Relations
MKTC 3322
Promotional Strategies
online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
As well, complete four courses from the following:
MKTC 1019
Media Relations
MKTC 1112
Customer Relations
MKTC 1119
Sports Marketing
MKTC 1120
Special Event Planning
MKTC 1312
Writing Creative Copy
MKTC 1323
Effective Public Speaking
MKTC 1342
Trade/Consumer Show Marketing
MKTC 1350/1351 Internet Marketing 1 & 2
MKTC 3418
Advertising Design Production
MKTC 3421
Strategic Communications
MKTC 4318
Media Planning
And two electives:
Students may choose two electives that they feel will enhance
their growth. We recommend courses from other business
programs, such as Administrative Management, Financial
Management or Operations Management.
Management Certificate in Professional Sales
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. Listed below are the courses required to obtain
your certificate.
Required:
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 1219
Professional Sales 1
MKTC 1323
Effective Public Speaking
MKTC 1342
TradefConsumer Show Marketing
Introduction to Marketing Communications
MKTC 2202
Skills for Sales Management
MKTC 2220
MKTC 2319
Professional Sales 2
MKTC 3332
Key Account Selling
MKTC 3342
Negotiating Skills
As well, complete four courses from the following:
MKTC 1112
Customer Relations
MKTC 1218
Inside Sales
MKTC 2212
Strategies in Customer Service
MKTC 2325
Marketing Globally
MKTC 2341
Introduction to Marketing Research
MKTC 2438
Direct Marketing Dynamics
MKTC 3406
New Product/Service Development
MKTC 4340
Marketing Planning Fundamentals
And two electives:
Students may choose two electives that they feel will enhance
their growth. We recommend courses from other business
programs, such as Administrative Management, Financial
Management or Operations Management.
Associate Certificates in Marketing Management
All associate certificates require a minimum of eight three
credit courses.
For students who do not wish or require a complete certificate,
or desire a fast track for developing specific skills, we offer eight
course associate certificate packages in the following areas
(students may substitute up to two courses in many of the
programs). Those courses are identified with an asterisk *:
0 Entrepreneurship
Customer Relationship Mktg.
0 Sales Skills
Event Marketing
Public Relations
Marketing Communications
Fundraising
Tourism
Customer Relationship Marketing
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 1112
Customer Relations
MKTC 1218
Inside Sales *
MKTC 1219
Professional Sales 1
MKTC 1323
Effectke Public Speaking
MKTC 2205
Marketing of Services
Strategies in Customer Service
MKTC 2212
MKTC 3321
Public Relations *
Event Marketing
FUND 1215
Introduction to Fundraising
MKTC 1019
Media Relatiops
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTC 1119
Sports Markedng
MKTC 1120
Special Event Planving
MKTG 1342
Trade/Consun;ler Show Marketing
MKTC 2202
Introduction to Marketing Communications
Conventions/Meetings/lncentive Travel *
TOUR 2304
MKTC 1102
Essentials of
Public Relations
Writing Creative Copy
MKTC 1312
Introduction o Fundraising *
FUND 1215
MKTC 1019
Media Relations
i
MKTC 1102
MKTC 1323
M U G 2202
MKTC 3321
MKTC 3421
Sales Skills **
MKTC 1102
MKTC 1218
MKTC 1219
MKTC 1342
MKTC 2220
MKTC 2319
MKTC 2438
MKTC 3332
,
Essentials of tylarketing
Effective Public Speaking
Introduction to arketing Communications
Public Relatidlsv
Strategic Communications
Essentials of Marketing
Inside Sales
Professional Sales 1
Trade/Consumer Show Marketing *
Skills for Salek M nagement
Professional Sale12
Direct Marke ing Dynamics *
Key Accountkellibg
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
Entrepreneurship
MKTG 1102
Essentials of Marketing
Customer Relations *
MKTG 1112
Professional Sales 1
MKTG 1219
MKTG 1324
Small Business Development
BUSA 2005
Management
BUSA 2205
Entrepreneurial Management
COMP 1223
MS Office 97 Applications
FMGT 1152
Accounting for the Manager
**CPSA - Professional Sales Certificate
Students who successfully complete the Associate Certificate in
Sales Skills will automatically receive a certificate of accreditation
from the Canadian Professional Sales Association. To use the
designation CSP (Certified Sales Professional), students must write
the CSP exams and have a t least two years experience as a sales
person. For more information on the CPSA, call 1-888-267-2772.
Marketing Courses available this term:
$325
MKTG 1019
MEDIA RELATIONS
Covers the basic media process; developing media strategy; news
room realities; packagingyour message; the media as messenger,
interview techniques and critiques; and crisis communications. The
media is a business like any other. Their product is controversy. By
knowing the rules of the game, astute managers can make the
media work for them. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61549
SeD 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY
64695
MKTG 1102
ESSENTIALS OF MARKETING
$325
INTERNET $545
RE-REGISTRATION $55
(Price includes Shipping & Text)
Designed to provide the student with an overview of the
marketing concept and how it can be applied to any type of
organization or service. Includes the controllable and
uncontrollableelements of marketing, strategic planning, market
characteristics, marketing research techniques, market
segmentation and target market selection. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32340
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32342
Mon
1900-2200 12 wks PMTC
67098
Sep9
INTERNET
12 wks
63541
Sep 9
Re-Registration
12 wks
65171
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32344
Tue
1730-2030 12Wks DTC
32346
Tue
1900-2200 12 Wks SRY
32347
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32348
Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32350
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY
32351
Thr
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
38782
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1600
6wks BBY
32355
Oct 21 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
1 wk
DTC
39989
Nov2
Sat
0900-1600
6 Wks M Y
38860
Sat
0900-1600
6 W b DTC
32354
MKTG 1192
$325
CUSTOMLR REACovers the importance of customer service. In today’s serviceoriented economy, excellent service is more than a competitive
edge, it is a survival skill. Students will benefit from the strategies
and practical hands-on approach of this course. Covers defining
quality service, developing excellent customer relations skills,
effective communicationtechniques, problem solving,
listening/qwstioning skills, and developing excellent people
skills. (3 credits)
Seo 9
Mon
1900-2200 12 wks SRY CRN 37450
Sep 11 Wed
32366
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32367
Sep 14 Sat
6 wks BBY
0900-1600
MKTG 1119
$325
SPORTS MARKETING
Examines the full breadth of sports marketing and sponsorship,
its use in the marketing plans of corporations and its function
inside amateur and professional sport. This project-based course
will appeal to sports administrators and event organizers as well
as promotion, community relations and marketing personnel
who address sports marketing in their occupation. Prerequisite:
MKTG 1102 or department permission. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 67099
MKTG 1120
$325
SIECtAL l!vi?JT ?LANNmc
Teaches students how to plan, market, sell, produce and manage
any type of special event from company social functions to major
conventions. This projects-based course will focus on the
principle components of planning and executing special events.
(3 credits)
1900-2200 12wks SRY CRN 67100
Sep9
Mon
32372
1845-2145 12 WIG BBY
Sep 10 Tue
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32371
MKTG 1218
$325
INSIDE SALES
Endless career opportunities available for the professional inside
sales representative, this course is designed for individuals
focused on acquiring the tools and attributes to be successful in
this profession. Using lectures, case studies, group discussions,
and guest speakers, to teach and refine efficient and practical
selling techniques, students and existing inside sales professionals
will learn how to sell more in less time. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61556
MKTG 1219
PROFESSIONAL SALES 1
$325
INTERNET $525
RE-REGISTRATION $55
(Price includes Shipping & Text)
Provides basic training for the sales aspirant or person with no
formal sales training. Develop selling techniques through
practical applications and role playing. Ideal for people in sales
who require or desire to brush up on their sales skills. To be
successful in this course, students must be able to communicate
well in English. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 32379
Sep9
INTERNET
12 wks
64696
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY
32380
32384
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1600
6 Wks BBY
35976
Nov2
Sat
0900-1600
6 wks DTC
38861
MKTG 1312
$330
WRITING CREATIVE COPY
Seductive, surprising, spoken directly to your audience - that’s
successful copy. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll practice the
craft of writing creatively under pressure, the tricks of client
management, as well as hone your application of brand identity,
concept and ‘big idea.’ Each term, our work and focus is based
on identified student needs and goals. (3 credits)
SeD 12
Thr
1730-2030
12 wks
DTC CRN 63107
MKTG 1323
$325
EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING
Emphasizes the development of public speaking skills and the
principles of effective oral communication. Films, buzz groups
and closed circuit TV are utilized. Each student is expected to
prepare and deliver a weekly oral assignment. To be successful in
this course, students must be able to communicate well in
English. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32401
1730-2030 12 W ~ S DTC
32397
Sep 12 Thr
32398
6 w ~ S BBY
0900-1600
Sep 14 Sat
38862
6wks DTC
0900-1600
Novt
Sat
YKTG 11324
$325
SMALL BUSJMESS DMLOPMEHT
Examines the planning stages involved in starting a new business
including market, financial and legal responsiblty requirements.
Major emphasis is on the preparationof a business plan. This
course will be helpful for anyone wishing to s t a t their own
business. (3 credits)
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32402
Sep 9
64697
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
Sep 10 Tue
32404
1730-2030 12wks DTC
Sep12 Thr
MKTG 1342
$325
TRADE/COMUMER SHOW MARKETING
Examines how a trade/consumer show is an effective marketing
opportunity for businesses of all sizes. Focuses on the application
of marketing principles through the medium of trade or consumer h w s . Also covers how to position a trade or consumer
show as an active marketing tool within a business overall
marketing strategy. A key component is a major project involving
a strategic plan for a trade/consumer show. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 W ~ S DTC CRN 32412
MKTC 1310
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tNlEmw $325
A course designed to cover the essential elements
required to market products or services through the Internet.
This course covers researching, segmenting, e-mail use as a
prospecting tool and designing effective Web sites. A hands-on
course using the latest in computer technology. (1.5 credits)
Sep9
INTERNET
6 wks
CRN 66495
Sep 9
Re-Registration
6 wks
66406
NKTC 1352
5
4
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UECTROUK MARKETING
The focus of this course will be to provide the
student with *Marketing techniques and strategies h a t can help
any forward-thinking organization be Competitive in today’s
business environment. Key areas that promise to kverage the
power of Internet covered are: customer relationship management
(CRM); 1:1 marketing; permission-based e-mail marketing; viral
marketing; attributes of a good Web site and Web site marketing
goals; Web site promotion/search engine positioning/ranking, and
key Internet technologies/termidogy/acronyms.
Sep9
Mon
18452145 12wks BBY CRN 67103
MKTC 2202
$325
INTRODU<TION TO
INTERNET $565
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MARKETING COHMUNKATIONS
[Price includes Shipping & Text)
Presents an overview of promotional strategies; advertising, sales
promotion, direct marketing, event marketing, publicity, trade
shows and public relations. Intendedfor those pursuing a
concentrated marketing program. Examines those areas of
promotion on the basis of where each fits in the promotional mix
and when you should best use them. Prerequisite: M U G 1102.
(4 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32356
Mon
1730.2030
12Wks DTC
32357
Sep 9
INTERNET
lZWks
64706
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
61790
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY
32359
Nov2
Sat
0900-1600
6wks DTC
38863
MKTG 2205
$325
MARKETING OF SERVICES
Focuses on the differences between developing strategies for
services rather than products. Covers the complete marketing
management process from setting objectives, developing a plan
of action, to reviewing the effectiveness of the marketing plan.
Prerequisite: MKTG 1102 or departmental permission. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1730-2030
12 WkS
DTC CRN 32376
MKTG 2212
$325
STRATEGIES IN CUSTOMER SERVICE
Provides an overview of what constitutes the area of customer
service. Designed to cover customer service from a strategic
perspective and will cover such things as corporate image,
personal presentations, customer interaction, customer
definition, service definition and industry trends. Focuses on the
importanceof selecting, training, and empowering employees to
work on behalf of the customer. (3 credits)
Ser, 12 Thr
1730-2030 12wks DTC CRN 61561
MKTG 2215
ONLINE SALES & MARKETING
INTERNET 6480
(Price includes Shipping & Text)
Internet Marketing Specialist training provides new business skills.
This practical course enables participants to find more customers,
and generate sales leads using the Internet. State-of-the-art
information includes: Dweloping an effective World Wide Web
marketing plan; research and monitoring of competitors; generating sales leads with minimal resources; effective follow-up
and closing procedures to integrate on and off line sales;
multimedia power tools and processes for competitive
advantage. Basic computer skills required. HTML knowledge
an asset but not essential. (3 credits)
Sep 9
lNTERNET
12 wkc
CRN 65034
MKTG 2317
$325
SALES pIoMoTHH( TECHNIQUES
Focuses on the practical application of sales promotions
techniques, both trade and consumer. Covers couponing, contests,
sweepstakes, bonus packs, premiums, package promotions and
price offs. A major objective of the course is for the student to be
able to develop a basic sales promotion plan. Prerequisite: MKTG
2202 or permissionfrom the department. (3 credits)
Sep 10 ‘ Tue
1&45-2145 12wks BBY CRN 37374
MKTC 2319
I325
PROFESSOHAL S A I U 2
Covers the techniques and motivationatskills of selling: sates
interview process; buying motives; prospecting; approaches;
selling more; closing; selling the idea and getting attention. The
key element of this course will be the development of individual
sales presentations by students, focusing on personal
presentation skills. Prerequisite: MKTG 1219 or previous sales
experience. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32389
Sep 10
Sep 11
Tue
Wed
1730-2030
1845-2145
12 wks
12 wks
DTC CRN 324104
BBY
32411
MKTC 2438
$Us
DIRECT MARKETING DYNAWCS
Examines the concept of direct marketing, and studies the
growing popularity of direct marketing as a promotional
medium. As a growing function in organizations that is often not
well understood or well managed, this course will look at both
the management and implementation of direct marketing
projects. Prerequisite: MKTG 1102 or departmental permission.
(3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 w b BBY CRN 38864
MKTG 3218
$325
IwntoB~TOMIDlA
Designedfor advertising agency and medii sales personnel and
individuals considering career entry in the advertising industry.
Covers media/industryterminology, strength and limitations of
media vehicles. Industry related- research and the roles of those
involved in planning buying and selling media time and space.
(3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 w b DTC CRN 32378
MKTG 332t
$325
W B L K RELATIONS
Designed for those responsible for internal and external
communication. Topics include planning and executing a public
relations program; communication techniques, principles of news
writing and preparationof news photographs; utilizing the
media; press and community relations; externalhnternal
communications; and meetings. Prerequisite: MKTG 2202 or
departmental permission. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1730-2030 12wks DTC CRN 32391
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
32392
MKTG 3322
$325
PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES
Provides the opportunity to develop a complete communications
plan from the situation analysis to creative solutions. Reviews the
role of strategic planning as it applies to media, creative, sales
promotion and research. Prerequisite: MKTG 2202. (3 credits)
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32394
Sep 9
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
32395
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MKTG 2341
5325
IN‘fRODUCIION TO MARKETING RESURCH
Examines the basic approaches to market research. Discusses
research techniques and tools and relates these tools to the
decision-makmg process. Special applications of marketing
research to simulated real-life situations are examined.
Prerequisite: MKTG 2202. (3 credits)
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MKTG 3342
$325
NEGOTIATING SKILLS
Designed to cover the key elements that take place within the
marketing or sales negotiationcontext. Students will explore
negotiatingstyles, strategies and tactics. You will also prepare for,
conduct, then evaluate an actual negotiatingsituation. The impact
of ethics, power and culture are also examined through case
studies, role play simulations, lectures and discussions. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 38407
MKTG 3418
8415
ADVERTISING DESIGN PRODUCTION
A practical "how-to" course that starts with design principles and
finishes with inside marketing techniques for print, broadcast and
Internet advertising. Examines typography, colour, layout,
artwork, copywriting and productionfor newspaper, magazine,
broadcast, Internet and POP advertising. Develop your own
marketing materials with QuarkXpress 4 (the industry standard).
Limited enrolment. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61558
Sep 9 ' Mon
0900-1200 12 wks DTC
61562
Sep 14 Sat
MKTG 3421
$325
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
Examines how communicating a corporate strategy is critical to
an organization's success at all levels. Covers the importance of
market research in developing a communications strategy, how
to set communication objectives that reflect the business plan,
how to communicate strategically with internal and external
audiences, and the importance of investor relations for both
public and private corporations. Analyzes case studies extensively.
Prerequisite: MKTG 3321. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61563
MKTG 4340
$325
MARKETING PLANNING FUNDAMENTALS
Presents a decision-making course. Students will be expected to
apply the concepts of marketing and planning to real-world
situations. The course will cover identifying markets, buying
behaviour, product planning, pricing, distribution and
communication strategies. The focus of the course will be on
developing a marketing plan. Prerequisites: MKTG 2202 & 2341)
(3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32409
Fundraisingis an essentiaf skill in today's non-profit organization,
whether one works as a volunteer, board member, or staff. This
new program, endorsed by NSFRE, teaches the necessary skills to
succeed in fundraising in an increasingly competitive envirbnment.
It is a growing field with many opportunities for careers, and
fascinating learning opportunities for the volunteer. This is one of
the few post-secondary certificate programs available in Canada.
Required Courses:
Introduction to Fundraising
FUND 1215
FUND 2215
Marketing for Fundraising
FUND 2315
Campaign Planning
FUND 2316
Grant and Proposal
FUND 3216 Management and Finance for Fundraising
FUND 3217
Planned Giving
Select two from the following:
COMP 1200
MS Office 2000
FMGT 1110
Accounting 1
FUND 4415
Fundraising Practicum
Enhancing People Skills
HRMG 3155
Human Resource Management
HRMG 3105
MKTG 1019
Media Relations
Essentials of Marketing
MKTG 1102
Special Event Planning
MKTG 1120
ORGB 2205
Organizational Behaviour
Fundraising courses available t h i s term:
FUND 1215
$330
INTRODUCTION TO FUNDRAISING
INTERNET $545
(Price includes Shipping & Text)
RE-REGISTRATION $55
Provides an overview of fundraising topics. The emphasis is on
the grounding of fundraising in philanthropy, principles and
strategic issues of fundraising in non-profit organizations, and the
role of the development officer and fundraising. Students
develop an understanding of annual fund and capital campaign
methodologies, working with volunteer boards, and developing
career planning strategies. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1730-2030 12wks DTC CRN 67097
Sep9
INTERNET
12 wks
66403
Sep 9
Re-Registration
12 wks
66404
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
61565
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FUND 2316
$205
GRANT & PROPOSAL WRITING
This is a practical introduction to the elements of proposal and
grant writing: the purpose and responsibility, research,
mechanics of preparation, outline of a formal proposaVgrant,
presentation, follow-up, accepting the answer graciously and
post-grant reporting. Students gain skills in hands-on practice
developing the case statement and grant writing. Prerequisite:
FUND 2215 or departmental permission. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 6 wks
DTC CRN 63111
FUND 3217
$205
PLANNED GIVING
This course covers the most technically challenging area in
professional fundraising Planned Giving. The focus is on charitable
giving coordinated with overall financial and estate planning. It also
covers the building of strong relationshipswith donors and often
their financial advisors. Planning gifts are typically the largest gifts a
charity receives. They can be outright donations - of cash stock or
other assets - or deferred donations using vehicles such as life
insurance, bequests, and/or trusts. Many planning gifts require tax
planning to ensure that both the chariys and donor's wishes are
met, while minimizingthe after-tax cost to the donor. Prerequisite:
FUND 1215 (1.5 credits)
Oct24 Thr
1730-2030 6 Wks
DTC CRN 64715
FUND 4415
$405
FUNDRAISING PRACTICUM
The students will spend assigned time gaining practical
experience in a non-profit fundraising office. The students will
have the opportunity to practice and experience their fundraising
learning. This will include job shadowing and hands-on-work.
Sponsoring pre-approved organizations will be identified for the
student. This practicum'will be contracted by both the student
and the organization.
Sep 16 Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 64716
Management Certificate in Tourism Marketing
A program for those who work in the field of tourism and are
seeking formal and recognized qualifications to support their
work experience. This combination should help if you. wish to
improve your present position or wish to seek new tourism
employment opportunities. This program will also appeal to
those wishing to enter the field of tourism but have no previous
experience and require some credibility. Employers who are
looking for courses to upgrade employees' marketing skills will
also find value in this program. Listed below are the courses
required to obtain your certificate.
Required:
Essentials of Marketing
M U G 1102
Customer Relations
MKTG 1112
Professional Sales 1
MKTG 1219
Introduction to Marketing Communications
M U G 2202
Marketing Planning Fundamentals
MKTG 4340
Foundations of Tourism
TOUR 1260
TOUR 2301
Packaged Travel and Tours
TOUR 2307, Resort/Hotel Marketing
Conventions and Trade Show Marketing
TOUR 3320
As well, choose four of the following:
MKTG 1120
Special Event Planning
MKTG 1324
Small Business Development
M U G 1342
Trade/Consumer Show Marketing
MKTG 1350/51 Internet Marketing112
MKTG 3321
Public Relations
Retail TraveC Sales and Marketing
TOUR 1250
TOUR 2330
Community Tourism Development
And two electives:
Students may choose two electives that they feel will enhance
their growth. We recommend courses from other business
programs, such as Administrative Management, Financial
Management or Operations Management.
Associate Certificate in Tourism
An eight- course fast track program focusing on Tourism
specific skills.
TOUR 1250
Retail Travel Sales and .Marketing
TOUR 1260
Foundations of Tourism
TOUR 2301
Packaged Travel and Tours
TOUR 2307
Resort/Hotel Marketing
TOUR 3320
Conventions and Trade Show Marketing
MKTG 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTG 1120
Special Event Planning
MKTG 1219
Professional Sales 1
TOUR 1250
$325
RETAIL TRAVEL SALES & MARKETING
Covers the basic skills, knowledge and effective habits required to
become an entry level retail leisure Travel Consultant. Topics will
include tour, cruise, rail, hotel, air, sales, marketing and travel
industry terminology. Practical experience will be gained through
individual and group research and booking assignments.
Set, 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64711
TOUR 1260
$365
FOUNDATIONS OF TOURISM
Examines the evolution, function and direction of tourism. Topics
will include historical influences, basic ingredients of community
tourism, government, role and function, tourism industry
conflicts and recreational influences, the psychology of travel and
instructional influences, social costs of tourism, development, and
development strategies.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 14 wks . BBY CRN 67104
TOUR 2302
$325
PACKAGED TRAVEL AND TOURS
Covers the development, research and marketing of tour
packages and charters. Practical exercises are given in tour
planning, organizing, managing, guiding and marketing of
tourlcharter products. Terminology used by tour operators,
wholesalers and destination management companies (DMCs) is
applied in the costing, documentation and reservation systems
used by rims in this growth sector of tourism. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67105
TOUR 2307
$325
RESORT/HOTEL MARKETING
Focuses on the application of marketing principles and strategies
to the accommodation sector of Tourism. Includes how a variety
of resort/hotel marketing departments are organized,
responsibilitiesassigned and functions established. The role of
pegsonal selling, sales reporting and monitoring techniques, as
well as communication and media used to effectively reach
specified target markets will also be examined. (3 credits)
SeD9
Mon
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 38409
604-622-7838
www.cce. bcit.ca
The Call Centre o f Excellence Citation Program
A program developed to meet the specific skill requirements of
the growing call centre industry in B.C. These skills, in addition
to foundation skills in business, communication and computers
and a strong aptitude for customer service, are the essential
qualifiers for employment in call centres and careers in this
expanding industry. Courses offered:
CLCR 1101 Call Centre Operations
CLCR 2205 Call Centre Communications and Customer Service
CLCR 2103 Call Centre Enhanced !;ales and Service
CLCR 3000 Call Centre Preparing for Work
CLCR 1101
8430
CALL CENTRE OPERATIONS
Student gains a basic understanding of the call centre industry,
the technologies used in call centres, performance measurements,
team performance, and how they are applied to achieve
significant improvements in customer service and business results.
Skills for using these technologies are developed and practiced in
a call centre training lab. Prior to registration, the following
prerequisites must be met and confirmed by the department:
Introductory college-level courses in business, written and verbal
communications, Microsoft Windows applications, and Windows
95 or 98, attendance at an information session, a telephone
interview, a personal interview, satisfactory results in a core
competency skill assessment for call centre agents. (3 credits)
Sep 30 Mon-Fri 0830-1630 1 wk
DTC CRN 66192
CLCR 2205
8430
CALL CENTRE COMMUNICATIONS
AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
Student develops the essential skills for serving customers through
a call centre. These skills include eliciting customer needs, using
problem solving and creative techniques to find solutions,
handling difficult customers, team work and achieving professional
success and personal satisfaction from working in a call centre
environment. Skills are developed and practiced in a call centre
training lab with examples that are typical of call centres and help
desks in the financial service, telecommunications, health care and
transportation industries. Prerequisite: CLCR 1101 (3 credits)
Oct7
Mon-Fri 0830-1630 1 wk
DTC CRN 66194
CLCR 2103
$430
CALL CENTRE ENHANCED SALES AND SERVICE
By understanding the importance of the professionalsales
process, the student develops the essential skills necessary for sales
applications in inbound and outbound call centres. These skills
include: pre-call planning, building rapport, identifying needs and
buying signals, learning up-selling and cross-selling techniques,
and overcoming objections and achieving closure. The program
places special emphasis on business ethics and value for the
customer. Skills are developed and practiced in a call centre
training lab with examples that are typical of call centres in the
financial, telecommunications, retail trade and tourism industries.
Prerequisites: CLCR 1101 and CLCR 2205 (3 credits)
Oct 15 Tue-Mon 0830-1630 1 wk
DTC CRN 66193
CLCR 3000
$315
CALL CENTRE PREPARING FOR WORK
Provides the opportunity to prepare for work in the call centre
industry and to gain job shadow experience. Jobshadow work
sites are provided by employers who have agreed to participc
in the call centre program a t BCIT. Successful completion of this
course depends upon a formal performance assessment by the
sponsoring employer. Prerequisites: CLCR 1101, CLCR 2205 and
CLCR 2103. (3 credits)
Oct22
Tue-Mon 0830-1630
1 wk
DTC CRN 66195
604-622-7838
www.cce.bcit.ca
CLCR 1040
$370
CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS
A two-day course highlighting: eliciting customer needs, problem
solving and creative thinking techniques to find solutions; and
handling difficult customers. (1 credit)
Nov 516 Tue/Wed 0900-1600 2 days
DTC CRN 62248
CLCR 1050
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$370
PROFESSIONAL TELEPHONE SALES
A two-day course highlightivg: handling objections,
implementing a proven and, effective sales process, and upselling and cross-seltingtechniques. (1 credit)
Nov 26/27 Tue/Wed 0900-1600 2 days
DTC CRN 62251
CLCR lodo
$230
TEAM DYNAMICS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT
A one-day course highlighting: building an effective team,
managing and resolving team conflict, problem solving and
decision making methods, learning creative strategies and
techniques to prevent and reduce stress in a call centre
environment. (5credit)
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Tue
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CLCR 2001
$490
COACHING SKILLS IN THE CALL CENTRE
A two-day course highlighting: the purpose and benefits of
coaching, identifying when and whom to coach, and successfully
coaching employees at all developmental levels. (1 credit)
Oct 22/23 Tue/Wed 0900-1600 2 days
DTC CRN 62262
CLCR 2003
$250
MOTIVATING YOUR CALL CENTRE AGENTS
A one-day course highlighting: why motivation programs are
effective in a call centre, effective motivational techniques for call
centres, how to develop a motivational tool kit and how to
evaluate motivational strategies, (5 credit)
Oct 30 Wed
0900-1600 1 day
DTC CRN 62265
604-453-4032
[email protected]
The complete certificate program integrates Media Techniques
for Business courses with those from other disciplines. Students
have a wide range of electives to choose from and can therefore
develop a program to meet their specific needs and goals. The
Media Techniques for Business Certificate program requires the
completion of the following ten basic courses, totalling 27 credits
and a minimum of six elective courses totalling 18 credits from
the offerings listed.
Required courses:
BCST 1160
Introductionto Television
BCST 1161
Film for Beginners
COMM 1103
Introduction to Business and
Technical Communication
MDIA 1010
Photography
MDlA 1040
Graphics 1
Introduction to Media Techniques for Business
MDlA 1100
MDIA 2040
Graphics 2
MDlA 2060
Effective PresentationTechniques
Two of the following:
MDlA 1050
PageMaker PC 1
MDlA 1090
PageMaker Mac 1
MDlA 1150
QuarkXpress Mac 1
MDlA 1160
Illustrator Mac 1
MDlA 1260
Illustrator PC 1
MDlA 1170
Photoshop PC 1
MDIA 1180
Photoshop Mac 1
MDIA 2050
PageMaker PC 2
MDlA 2090
PageMaker Mac 2
MDlA 2150
QuarkXpress Mac 2
MDlA 2260
Illustrator Mac 2
MDlA 2261
Illustrator PC 2
MDlA 21 70
Photoshop PC 2
MDlA 2180
Photoshop Mac 2
Elective courses:
For a list of other electives, visit the BCIT Web site a t
http://programs. bcit.ca
A hands-on program designed to combine the strategic
approach of Marketing Communications with the techniques of
multimedia technology. The program is skills-based, focusing on
specialized training in media techniques and the components of
promotional marketing. It is valuable to anyone who wishes to
pursue a career in the communications area of any business,
from home-based business to major corporations.
Required basic courses:
MKTC 1102
Essentials of Marketing
MKTG 2202
Introductionto Marketing Communications
MKTC 3321
Public Relations
MKTC 3322
Promotional Strategies
MKTC 3421
Strategic Communications
MDlA 1100
lntro to Media Techniques for Business
MDIA 2060
Effective PresentationTechniques
MDlA 1040
Graphic 1
MDlA 2040
Graphic 2
In addition, select electives equivalent to 18 credits. A list of
electives can be found on the BCIT Web site at
http://programs. bcit.ca.
MDlA 0199
$ 170
PHOTOGRAPHY ENTRY LEVEL
Learn to handle a 35mm Single Lens Reflex camera and accessories.
Learn basic photographic concepts. Students with an interest, but
no previous experience in photography, are encouraged to enrol in
this exploratory course. Students need 35mm SLR with 50mm lens
and must supply their own film. A tripod is recommended.
BBY CRN 32304
Sep 11 Wed
1900-2200 4 wks
MDlA 1010
$325
PHOTOGRAPHY
Improves knowledge of handling 35mm equipment/accessories.
Topics include composition, selecting film and lighting. Students
carry out assignments using their own equipment, get hands-on
experience in processing and printing black and white film and
learn to set up their own darkroom. Prerequisite: MDlA 0199 or
permission from the instructor. (3 credits)
Oct9
Wed
1900-2200
8wks
BBY CRN 32305
MDlA 1040
1340
GRAPHICS 1
Introduces the many facets of graphics. Topics include
lettering/typography; layout/design, drawing/illustration
techniques, logo design, colour process, producing artwork using
traditional and digital methods. No previous experience in
graphic art is required to attend this exploratory course. Note:
This course is not computer-based. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32306
MDlA 1100
$340
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESS
Explore fundamental issues in creating and implementing a variety
of visual/audio-visual communication projects. Study a practical
perspective on pre-press production/printing, desktop publishing,
commercial applications of photography and photographic
imaging, video production and communication tools used today.
You will cover needs assessment, target audience identification and
have an understanding of media integration.
Sept 9
Mon
1900-2200
12 wks
BBY CRN 32307
MDlA 2040
1340
GRAPHICS 2
Covers detailed areas of graphics and print production. Include
paper choice/selection, four colour process printing and
mechanical requirements, imposition, commercial photography,
special printing techniques, stitching/binding, magazine
production, designing advertisements, preparing an advertising
campaign using various production and print media. Preparing a
portfolio, future education and employment opportunities are
discussed. Prerequisite: MDlA 1040. (3 credits)
BBY CRN 32308
Oct 28 Mon/Wed 1845-2145 6 wks
MDlA 2060
$295
EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONTECHNIQUES
Prepares students to effectively present material, both written
and spoken. Covers what to say and how to say it, using the
right words and proper grammar. Builds written communication
skills that allow students to write confidently and make certain
they are understood. Teaches speaking skills using proper
pronunciation, phrasing and emphasis. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32309
MDlA 2095
. $500
PORTFOLIO PRODUCTION
Participants consolidate their experience, learning, and talent by
compiling a portfolio that focuses on individual interest and
strength, and showcasing their work. Prepare an effective
medium to assist in, furthering their careers, as well as identify
professional development needs and set future goals.
Recommended last course in certificate program. (3 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 61611
MDlA 2160
$245
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY 1
Combines classroom sessions and workshops in the studio
(including a make-up demonstration) so students can develop
skills to plan and carry out assignments in editorial and people
photography. Students learn to recognize the potential of
lighting, and how to work from a layout to meet a client's
requirements. Prerequisite: MDIA 1010 or permission from the
instructor. (1.5 credits)
Oct 24 Thr
1900-2200 6 wks
BBY CRN 32310
The Desktop Publishing Associate Certificate program requires
the completion of the following six basic courses, totalling 15
credits, and a minimum of three elective courses totalling 9
credits for a total of 24, from the list below:
Required basic courses:
MDlA 1040
Graphics 1
MDlA 1140
Colour Theory for Publishers
MDIA 1111
Scanning
MDlA 2000
Typography
MDlA 2095
Portfolio Production
MDlA 2060
Effective Presentation Techniques
In addition:
1. Choice of: (Levels 1 and 2 required) MDlA 1050 and 2050
PageMaker for the PC (Levels 1 and 2) MDlA 1090 and 2090
PageMaker for the Macintosh (Levels 1 and 2)
MDlA 1150 and 2150 QuarkXpress (Levels 1 and 2)
MDlA 1155 and 2155 QuarkXpress for PC (Levels 1 and 2)
MDlA 1049 and 2049 Adobe InDesign (Levels 1 and 2)
II. Choice of: (Levels 1 and 2 required)
MDlA 1130 and 2130 CorelDraw (Levels 1 and 2)
MDlA 1160 and 2160 Adobe Illustrator for the Macintosh
(Levels 1 and 2)
MDlA 1260 and 2261 Adobe Illustrator for the PC
(Levels 1 and 2)
111. Choice of: (Levels 1 and 2 required)
\
MDlA 1170 and 2270 Adobe Photoshop for the PC
(Levels 1 and 2)
MDIA 1180 and 2180 Adobe Photoshop for the Macintosh
(Levels 1 and 2).
MDlA 1111
$430
DESKTOP SCANNING
Learn to use your desktop scanner. Work with a desktop scanner
from your own computer terminals. Covers basic colour theory,
refection/flatbed scanners, and transmission such as slide
scanners and digital cameras. Issues affecting quality/accuracy of
scanned images are discussed; resolution, dynamic range and the
removing of unwanted colourcasts. Photoshop is used extensively
in this course. (1.5 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC'CRN 67088
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
37320
Oct27 Sun
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC
38686
MDlA 1049
$385
ADOBE INDESIGN - LEVEL 1
This sophisticated page layout delivers creative freedom,
productivity and precision for designing superb pages. InDesign
works seamlessly with Photoshop and Illustrator providing a
single integrated design environment that does not interrupt
your creative process. Covers: InDesign toolbox, master multiple
pages, guides and grids, text placing and handling, integrating
elements into your pages, etc. (1.5 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
1300-1600 6 wks
DTC CRN 63509
MDlA 1140
$490
COLOUR AND THEORY FOR PUBLISHERS
Introduces the principles of colour. Explores the additive primaries
and the subtractive primaries. Exercises will lead to an
understanding of the terminology relating to light and pigment
such as contrast, hue, saturation, value, tint and shade. Also covers
colour models used in computer graphics programs, through
hands-on use of Adobe Illustrator on the Macintosh. (3 credits) ,
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 37074
MDlA 115 0
$385
QUARKXPRESS MAC 1
Introduces the most powerful page layout program currently
available. Gives a complete overview of the abilities of QuarkXpress, providing a solid understanding of text importing,
formatting and manipulation, graphics integration and
pagination. Students work a t their own workstation. Prerequisite:
A solid working knowledge of the Macintosh. (1.5 credits)
SeD9
Mon
1730-2030 6wks
DTC CRN 38687
MDlA 1160
$430
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR MAC 1
Learn tools by examining the toolbox, view artwork in different
modes, edit, use rule guides, learn about layers, painting objects,
applying custom colour and gradient fills and using the pen tool.
Draw straight lines and curves, convert points, and use perimitives
to create basic shapes. Work with type, change type attributes,
import text and link text blocks, wrap text around an object and
more. (1.5 credits)
Sep 13 Fri
1730-2030 -6 wks
DTC CRN 37081
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 6wks
BBY
38688
MDlA 1180
$430
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP FOR MAC 1
Produce colour and black and white images right a t the desktop.
Students work on a canvas, restore parts of images, create
gradient blends, use foreground and background colours, use
painting tools, change brush size and options, understand image
size and resolution, create type, ghost back type on an image
and airbrushing. Individual work stations. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 32290
Oct27 Sun
1300-1600 6 w ~ S
BBY
32291
Sep 13 Fri
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC
38689
MDlA 2000
$490
TYPOGRAPHY
Gives students an understanding of typesetting rules and
techniques. Covers type history, development and usage. The
following nine evenings will be spent using QuarkXpress to
complete a variety of projects. Emphasis will be on quality rather
than quantity. Prerequisites: MDlA 1150 and MDlA 2150 or
MDIA 1090 and MDlA 2090. (3 credits)
Sep 12
Thr
1730-2030
12 wks
DTC CRN 37079
MDlA 2049
$380
ADOBE INDESIGN 2
Builds on the strengths of Level 1. Additional topics will consist
o f precision control techniques, pen tool paths, layer modes,
scissor tools, rotation from the transform palette, tracking and
kerning techniques, making special gradients, nested text and
graphic frames, colour separations, and lab mode colours,
trapping issues, etc. Prerequisite: MDlA 1040 Level 1 or
permission from instructor. (1.5 credits)
1300-1600 6 wks
DTC CRN 63513
Oct 26 Sat
MDlA 2090
$380
PACEMAKER MAC 2
Guides students through advanced features. Create your
documents in readiness for sending files to a service bureau, thus
reducing pre-press costs. Leajn how to create colour separation
files and work with a desktop scanner. Students will have their
own workstation using a Macintosh computer. Prerequisite:
MDlA 1090 or permission from the instructor. (1.5 credits)
Oct 25 Fri
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32293
604-453-4032
[email protected]
MDlA 1090
$385
PACEMAKER MAC 1
Introduces and teaches design, layout and production of
professional publications, using the Adobe PageMaker assembly
software program. Learn to create projects, advertisements,
brochures, bulletins, flyers and forms. Students will have their
own workstation using a Macintosh computer for this hands-on
course. (1.5 credits)
SeD 13
Fri
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 32282
MDlA 2111
$425
DESKTOP SCANNING 2
Continues on from Desktop Scanning 1. Adobe Photoshop is
used extensively. Prerequisite: MDIA 1111. (1.5 credits)
Oct23 Wed
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 61618
MDlA 2150
$385
QUARKXPRESS MAC 2
Teaches advanced publishing techniques using QuarkXpress
including integration with work processing and graphics software
and the use of spot and process colours. Students will have their
own workstation. Prerequisite: MDlA 1150 or permission from
the instructor. (1.5 credits)
Oct21 Mon
1730-2030 6wks
DTC CRN 38691
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MDlA 2180
9430
ADVANCED PHOTOSHOP
Manipulate scanned photolithographs, slides and original artwork.
Learn how to look at colour models, adjust midtones, shadows and
highlights, use the information palette as a densitometer and adjust
the colour balance of an image. Teaches resolution, determining
correct scan resolution, creating releases around images with paths
and more. Prerequisite: MDIA 1180. ('I
.5 credits)
Oct 22
Nov 15
1845-2145
0900-1600
TU^
Fri
6 wks
3 wks
BBY CRN 32297
DTC
38693
MDlA 2260
$430
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR MAC 2
This course is a continuation of MDlA 1160. (1.5 credits)
Oct 25 Fri
1730-2030 6 wks
DTC CRN 37083
Oct 26 Sat
0900-1200 6wks
BBY
38694
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[email protected]
604-453-4032
MDlA 1050
$385
PAGEMAKER PC 1
Teaches design, layout and production of professional
publications, using the Adobe PageMaker assembly software
program. Students will learn to create numerous publishing
projects including advertisements, brochures, bulletins, flyers and
forms. Students will have their own workstation. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 6 wks
DTC CRN 32279
32281
DTC
0900-1200 6wks
Sep 14 Sat
61592
DTC
1730-2130 6wks
Oct24 Thu
MDlA 1130
9430
CORELDRAW 1
Learn to create logos, Web icons, business cards, flyers, newsletters
and more. CorelDraw 9 is a powerful vector-based PC graphics
program, perfect for all your desktop publishing or graphics needs.
Level 1 introduces the desktop environment and drawing tools, as
well as node editing, working with text, fit-text-to-path, and
clipart. Prerequisite:Windows knowledge. (1 .S credits)
Sea 14 Sat
0900-1200 6wks
BBY CRN 32287
MDlA 1170
$430
ADOBE
PHOTOSHOP FOR WINDOWS 1
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Create and produce colour and black and white images right a t
the desktop. Students create and work on a canvas, restore parts
of images, create gradient blends, use foreground and background
colours, use painting tools, change brush size and paint options,
understand image size and resolution, ghost back type on an
image. Individualworkstations. (1.5 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 61612
Ser, 14
Sat
1300-1600 6 wks
BBY
32302
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9430
MDlA 1260
drawing, and learn about layers, group/ungroup objects. Learn
painting objects, creating process colours, applying gradient fills
and using the pen tool. Learn how to draw straight lines and
curves, and use perimitives to create basic shapes. Work with
type, change attributes, import text and more. (1.5 credits)
DTC CRN 67094
Sep 110 Wed . 0900-1600 3 wks
37430
0900-1200 6 W ~ S BBY
Sep 15 Sun
MDlA 2050
$385
PACEMAKER PC 2
Learn how to create documents in readiness for sending files to a
service bureau thereby reducing pre-press costs. Students will
learn how to create colour separation files. Prerequisite: MDlA
1050 or permission from the instructor. (1.5 credits)
Oct 22 Tue
1730-2030 6wks
DTC CRN 32325
Nov2
Sat
0900-1200 6 W ~ S DTC
38690
MDlA 2130
$430
CORELDRAW 2
Create projects with special effects such as drop shadows,
blended fills and dimension. Level 2 introduces bitmaps and
working with layers. Topics covered will include power clips,
extrude, envelopes, import and export and Web integration. Prepress file preparation and professional output will also be
discussed. Prerequisite: MDlA 1130. (1.5 credits)
Oct26 Sat
0900-1200 6 wks
BBY CRN 32294
MDlA 2261
9430
ADOBL ILLUSTRATOR PC 2
Builds on skills learned in MDlA 1260. This course enables you to
work with advanced techniques such as multiple masks, airbrush
effects, multiple layers and paths, custom views and special type
effects. (1.5 credits)
Oct27 Sun
0900-1200 6 wks
BBY CRN 61007
MDlA 2270
9430
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP WINDOWS 2
Create and produce digital images. Manipulate scanned
photolithographs, slides and original artwork in a variety of ways.
Learn colour models and perform precise colour corrections, use
the information palette as a densitometer, adjust the colour
balance of an image and more. Prerequisite: MDlA 1170 or
permission from the instructor. (1.5 credits)
Oct 24 Thr
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 61619
Oct 26 Sat
1300-1600 6wks
BBY
32303
Part-time tip.
It's your responsiblity
to ensure you have
all prerequisites for
each course in which
you register.
604-453-4032
[email protected]
Web Technologies - Publishing on the Internet
Associate Certificate
MDlA 1205
Weaving the Web Publishing on the Internet 1
MDlA 2205
Weaving the Web: Publishing on the Internet 2
MDlA 3205
Imaging Technologies for Web Publishing
MDlA 3206
Audio and Video Technologies for
Web Publishing
MDlA 3207
Using Scripting Language on the Web
MDlA 3208
Using New Media on the Web
Web site and Network Management
MDlA 4205
MDlA 4206
Major Project
MDlA 1205
INTERNET $556
WEAVING THE WEB: PUBLISHING
ON THE INTERNET (LEVEL 1)
A basic course in Web authoring offered entirely on the Internet.
Students must have access to the Internet, a personal e-mail
account, and a PC Pentium or Macintosh PPC with 64-128 Megs
of RAM. Software required: Netscape Communicator. To browse
the course outline, visit http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm.
(3 credits)
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 39964
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INTERNET $372
MDlA 2205
PUBLISHING ON THE INTERNET (LEVEL 2)
Topics include manual HTML coding of forms, frames,
and cascading style sheets (CSS). The course will be offered
entirely on the Internet. See MDlA 1205 for technical
requirements. To browse the course outline, see
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. Prerequisite: MDlA 1205
or demonstrated competence. (2 credits)
Sen 10
Internet
6 wks
CRN 61675
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INTERNET $372
MDlA 3205
IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR WEB
Topics include image file formats, browser-safe colours,
transparency, tiling, typography, scanning, animations, image
mapping, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and graphic layout.
The course will be offered entirely on the Internet. To browse the
course outline, visit http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm.
Software required: a graphics application (such as Adobe
ImageReady, Photoshop, or Macromedia Fireworks).
Prerequisites: MDlA 1205 and MDlA 2205 or demonstrated
competence. (2 credits)
Oct 22
Internet
6 wks
CRN 61637
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MDlA 3206
INTERNET $372
AUDIO AND VIDEO TECHNOLOGIES
FOR WEB PUBLISHING
Topics include audio file formats, audio sample rates, audio
resolution, audio compression, video file formats, and video
compression. To browse the course outline, see
http://online. bcit
d.htm. Students must have
access to hardwa
gitizing sound as well as an
audio digitizing software package such as SoundForge, BAlS
Peak, or similar. Assignments will not require the digitization of
video. Prerequisites: MDlA 1205, MDlA 2205 and MDlA 3205 or
demonstrated competence. (1.5 credits)
Oct 22
Internet
6 wks
CRN 61638
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MDlA 3207
INTERNET $556
USING SCRIPTING LANGUAGE ON THE WEB
Concentrates on using and modifying commercial and/or
freeware lavascript routines to enhance the content of Web
pages. To fully understand how JavaScriptswork and how they
may be modified, students will be asked to create short
JavaScriptroutines using manual coding. Other topics will
include, Dynamic HTML (DHTM), and embedded fonts.
Prerequisites:. MDlA 1205, 2205, 3205 and 3206 or
demonstrated competence. To browse the course outline, visit
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 63522
MDlA 3208
INTERNET $556
USING NEW MEDIA ON THE WEB
Concentrates on using new media to enhance Web
pages. While utilizing Flash will form the basis of this course,
students will be encouraged to employ other new media as it
becomes available. The use of Macromedia Director to create
dynamic Web pages will be discussed and students who have
access to this software will be encouraged to use it. Prerequisites:
MDlA 1205,2205, 3205, 3206 and 3207 or demonstrated
competence. To browse the course outline, visit
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. (3 credits)
CRN 63524
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
MDlA 4205
INTERNET $556
WEBSITE MANAGEMENT AND E-COMMERCE
Topics include: locating clients, consultation, market
research, advertising considerations, using print media, search
service submissions, banner advertising/bannerexchanges, trade
links, Internet malls and cross-linking, targeting your populations,
maintaining site, services and fees, online shopping, enhancing
your business with the Internet and the virtual store front. The
content of this course will articulate closely with MDlA 4206 and
the two may be taken concurrently. To browse the course
outline, link to URL http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm.
Prerequisites: MDlA 1205, 2205, 3205, 3206, 3207 and 3208 or
demonstrated competence.
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 63h50
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MDlA 4206
INTERNET $556
MAJOR PROJECT
This course is the culmination of the certificate program
and will concentrate on the developrnent of a comprehensive
Web site for a real client. Student will be encouraged to locate a
volunteer organization desiring a Web site or use some
organization or business with which they are closely associated. In
addition to locating the client, other tasks will include designing
and storyboardingthe site in consultation with the client,
articulating the content of the site as dictated by the client,
creating a domain name, mounting the site using a commercial
ISP, registering the site with search services, cross linking the site
with other similar organizations and maintaining and testing the
site for a period of six weeks. The tutor will be constantly available
for consultation during this process. The course may be taken
concurrently with MDlA 4205. To browse the course outline, link
to URL http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. Prerequisites:
MDlA 1205,2205, 3205, 3206, 3207 and 3208, or demonstrated
competencies.
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 63451
MDlA 4305
INTERNET $556
USING XML IN WEB PUBLISHING
This is an introduction to using XHTML (Extensible
HyperText Markup Language) and XML (Extensible Markup
Language) to enhance Web page design. Topics will include
moving from HTML to XHTML, XML element structure, style
sheets (including CSS and XSL), using JavaScriptto display XML,
using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVC) and an introduction to XML
D O W P E S and Schemas and their use. To browse the course
outline, see http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. Prerequisites:
MDlA 1205 and MDlA 2205 or permission of the instructor.
Sea 10 Tue
Internet
12 wks
CRN 66046
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MDlA 4310
INTERNET $556
ADVANCED FLASH WEB DESIGN
This course will focus on Action Scripting techniques
using Flash. By the end of this course, the student will be able to
create more interesting and interactive Flash Web sites, integrate
Flash elements seamlessly into HTML Web sites and create Flash
games for use on the Web. To browse the course outline, visit
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm. Prerequisite: MDlA 3208
or permission of the instructor.
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 66045
MDlA 4315
INTERNET $556
USING ASP IN WEB PUBLISHING
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of
creating dynamic, interactive Web pages using Active Server
Pages (ASP) technology.Topics will include: an introduction to
ASP, ASP syntax, an introductionto VBScript, the request,
response, server, application and session objects,
components and connecting databases to ASP pag
the course will include creating an interactive gues
virtual radio station, a chat room, a classified ads
restaurant menu database. As part of the requirements you will
set up a Personal Web Server (PWS) or Internet Ipformation
order to test your code. To
http://online. bcit.ca/de/Multimed.htm.
Sep 10
Internet
12 wks
CRN 67085
pJg
INTERNET $556
MDlA 4320
USING jAVA IN WEB PUBLISHING
Introduces the use of Javato enhance Web page design.
The focus will be centered on building small Javaapplets and
integrating them into an overall Web page design. The basic
features of the process will be covered, including the Abstract
Window Toolkit (Awr). To browse the course outline, visit
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Multimed. htm. Prerequisites: MDlA 1205,
MDlA 2205 and MDlA 3207 or permission of the instructor.
Internet
12 wks
CRN 66051
Sep 10
MDlA 4325
INTERNET $556
USING PHP IN WEB PUBLISHING
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of creating
dynamic, interactive Web pages using PHP technology. Topics
will include: an introduction to PHP, using variables, HTML forms
and PHP, doing math in PHP, using strings, basic control
structures, using arrays, employing regular expressions, creating
functions, working with files And directories, using databases in
PHP, employing cookies, creating Web applications and
debugging PHP scripts. As pqrt of the requirements you will set
up a PHP server (the softwar is free) on your own PC in order to
test your code. Note: You ca, nod set up a PHP server on the
Macintosh platform, but youjwill be able to test your scripts
using the online server. To view a, course outline, see
http://online.bcit.ca/de/Mult'med.htm. Pre-requisites: MDlA
1205, 2205 and 3207 or perbission of the instructor.
CRN 67204
Sep 10 Tue
Internet
12 wks
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MDlA 1008
$510
APPLE FINAL CUT PRO MAC 1
This digital video creation course focuses on how to create videos
with fast, interactive editing tools with direct proxy-free
compositing views along with special effects techniques. The
course covers real-time DV editing, effects and compositing
solutions in order to create high-impact materials, such as video
brochures, instructional guides and presentations. (1.5 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
1300-1600 6wks
BBY CRN 63448
MDlA 1188
8430
ADOBE PREMIER
Premier makes it easier to create digital movies and videotapes.
Covers editing to make changes easily, learning the Premier
graphical interface, trimming and playing back windows motion
control and recording to disk. Graphics and titles will be
imported from Adobe Illustrator. Students have their own
workstation and user guide. (1.5 credits)
Sep9
Mon -- 1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 38696
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online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
MDlA 1208
$510
APPLE FINAL CUT PRO MAC 2
This course will continue to build on skills learned in MDlA 1008
Prerequisite: MDIA 1008 or permission of the instructor.
(1.5 credits)
Oct 25 Sat
1300-1600 6 Wks
BBY CRN 63449
MDlA 1450
$430
MACROMEDIA DIRECTOR 1
Guides you through the practical aspects of working with
macromedia Director. The focus will be on screen and interface
design as well as ir)corporationvideo, audio, graphics and
animation. You will create a real interactive multimedia project
with techniques that will apply to both MAC and PC platforms.
Oct22 Tue
1730-2030 6 wks
DTC CRN 38699
MDlA 1461
$430
MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER PC 1
Dreamweaver is a roundtrip Wysiwig HTML editor. Dreamweaver
allows you to design your Web page visually while keeping the
source code available to be tweaked manually. The course
introduces students to the basics of Web page design focusing
on site design and content management. Students will create
simple Web pages containing text and graphics. Prerequisite: A
basic understanding of HTML is helpful but not necessary.
(1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 63511
Oct2
Wed
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC
67095
MDlA 1462
5430
DREAMWEAVER ULTRADEV
This course covers the Ultradev toolbox and extra palattes. Learn
how to integrate Web graphics and data-driven Web sites.
Ultradev lets you construct ASP or jSP applications with total
control over source code. Learn built-in server behaviours and
shortcuts. The course covers connecting existing, static Web
pages to a database allowing for the creation of dynamic
e-Business Web sites. Learn how to use Ultradev's new Split View
which lets you see both Code and Design views simultaneously.
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC CRN 67087
Oct 23 Wed
MDlA 1465
$430
MACROMEDIA FLASH PC 1
Flash is a Web-based animation program. Students will be
introduced to Flash, instruction will be given on how to prepare
animations for the Web. The course will show how to produce
content in Flash as well as how to work with other applications.
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Simple animations will be made to interact with Web pages.
(1.5 credits)
Sep 9
Sep 13
Mon
Fri
1845-2145
1845-2145
6 wks
6wks
BBY CRN 64870
BBY
63514
MDlA 1466
$430
MACROMEDIA FLASH MAC 1
Flash is a Web-based animation program. Flash Level 1 will
introduce students to Flash as well as learn how to prepare
animations for the Web. The tourse will show how to produce
content in Flash as well as how to work with other applications.
Sample applications will be made to interact with Web pages.
(1.5 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1730-2030
6 Wks
DTC CRN 63446
MDfA 1470
$430
MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER MAC 1
Dreamweaver is a roundtrip WYSIWYG HTML editor.
Dreamweaverallows you to design your Web page visually while
keeping the source code available to be tweaked manually. The
course introduces the basics of Web page design focusing on site
design and content management. You will create simple Web
pages containing text and graphics. Prerequisite: A basic
understanding of HTML would be helpful but not necessary.
Oct 4
Fri
0900-1600 3 wks
DTC CRN 63445
MDlA 1910
5430
ADOBE GOLIVE MAC 1
This software offers the unique tools needed to ensure the
success of creating interactiveWeb sites. GoLive is tightly
integrated with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and LiveMotion.
The course covers: Inspector palette, layout and grids, point and
shoot, size and optimize images, QuickTime Movies, Javaapplets,
Smartlinks, and more. (1.5 credits)
Sep 15
Sun
0900-1200
6 WkS
DTC CRN 63440
MDlA 2010
5430
ADOBE GOLIVE MAC 2
This advanced course covers: Linking issues, Hypertext links,
actions, rollovers, previewing links, creating actions, adding content
to frames, floating boxes, animating multiple floating boxes,
developing a site map, creating dynamic links for incorporating
database and e-Commerce capabilities, multiple panes for viewing
live and conceptualizedsite pages, links and content, editing
streaming media and site management issues. (1.5 credits)
Nov 3
Sun
0900-1200 6 wks
DTC CRN 63439
MDlA 2189
$495
ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS
Provides a working knowledge of some of the software used for
video production. Create portfolio quality QuickTime movies that
can be integrated into multimedia projects digital nonlinear
video editing and Adobe After Effects for composing, animation
and effects. Topics include video production process, and
compression for animation. (3 credits)
Sep 1 1
Wed
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 61634
MDlA 2461
$430
MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER PC 2
This Level 2 course builds upon the skills learned in Level 1.
Students will learn some of the more advanced features of
Dreamweaver including working with templates and libraries,
cascading style sheets, dynamic HTML and JavaScript.The course
will also cover working with forms and plug-ins. Prerequisite:
Dreamweaver Level 1 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Oct22
Tue
1845-2145
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
6 wks
BBY CRN 63512
MDlA 2465
$430
MACROMEDIA FLASH PC 2
Flash Level 2 builds on the skills leamed in Level 1 with focus
placed on developing a larger project in Flash. Students will take
advantage of Flash's symbols. Flash Level 2 will introduce students
to action Scripts which allow developers to create sophisticated
interactive projects. The course also examines how to create
content for Flash Generator. Prerequisite: MDlA 1465. (1.5 credits)
Mon
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 64871
Oct 21
Oct25 Fri
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
63515
MDlA 2466
$430
MACROMEDIA FLASH MAC 2
This course is a continuation of Level 1 and focuses on advanced
graphics creation for the Web (layer mask and advanced
animation techniques). Another main section is the learning of
action script that allow you to control the timeline and create
advanced interactive Web sites.
N o v l 7 Sun
0900-1600 3 W ~ S DTC CRN 63443
MDlA 2470
$430
MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER MAC 2
This Level 2 course builds upon the skills learned in Level 1. You
will use some of the more advanced features of Dreamweaver
including working with templates and libraries, cascading style
sheets, dynamic HTML and JavaScript.The course will also cover
working with forms and plug-ins. Prerequisite: Macromedia
Dreamweaver Mac 1 or equivalent.
0900-1600 3 Wks
DTC CRN 63444
Oct2S Fri
Karen-Harvepbckca
MDlA 2600
$435
MAYA 1
This is a hands-on introductory course to 3D computer graphics
using Maya Unlimited software. The focus of this foundation
course will be software concepts, modeling and rendering.
Sep 1 1 Wed
1800-2100 6 wks
BBY CRN 37889
MDlA 2700
$435
MAYA 2
This course is hands-on and builds upon the modeling and
rendering experience gained in MDlA 2600 as well as providing
an introduction to animation techniques such as key framing,
motion path, dynamics, skeletons, inverse kinematics and
particles. Prerequisite: MDIA 2600 or permission from the
instructor (1.5 credits)
1800-2100 6 wks
BBY CRN 67080
Oct 23 Wed
[email protected]
6044534032
OFFC 1001
$315
ANATOMY AND TERMINOLOGY 1
Combines both medical and terminology and basic human
anatomy and physiology. The medical systems of the body are
explored using the format of anatomical and physiological
terminology, combining forms, pathologicalterminology,
laboratory tests and abbreviations. Disease processes are
explored as they relate to each body system. An emphasis is
placed on correct spelling, pronunciationand meaning of the
language of medicine. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY CRN 39939
Sep 10 Tue
O F K 1002
$315
ANATOMY AND TERMINOLOGY 2
This course is a continuation of Anatomy and Terminology 1 .
Prerequisite: OFFC 1001. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 39940
OFFC 1003
$370
OFFICE PRACTICE
Introduces administration duties and professionalconduct. Topics
include appointment scheduling, pharmacology, etc. The second
half introduces the basic features of management systems using
Psregent's Smart Series billing software. Emphasizes computerized
billing, the day sheet record, patient registration, Teleplan,
reporting and computerized lab results. Note: this course replaces
OFFC 1030/1070. Prerequisite: basic computer and keyboarding
skills. (3.5 credits)
Sep 18
Wed
1815-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 39941
OFFC 1020
$345
TRANSCRIPTION
Introduces the student to the sounds and words of medical
practice through a dictatehranscribe machine. Medical words
previously studied will synchronize with those being heard on
tape. This course is also appropriate for medical office personnel
who want to upgrade their transcription skills. Prerequisites:
OFFC 1001, OFFC 1002, OFFC 1060 and typing speed Qf40
wpm is recommended. (3 credits)
0900-1600 6 wks
BBY CRN 32269
Sep 14 Sat
Oct 26 Sat
0900-1600 6 W ~ S BBY
32270
OFFC 1040
$310
CLINICAL PROCEDURES
Covers basic clinical procedures and tests commonly performed
in medical office settings and relevant theory about procedures
and tests to develop a competency in selected skills based on the
guidelines approved by the MOA Association. Students will
become familiar with common medical emergenciesand will
become certified in basic lifesaver CPR, renewable every 3 years.
(3 credits)
SeD12 Thr
1845-2145 12 WkS BBY CRN 32277
~~
O F K 1060
$195
MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION
Introduces the basic features of Word for Windows through the
production of medical documents. Emphasis will be on letter
format, speed and accuracy in preparation for medical
transcription. Prerequisites: Computer literacy and keyboarding
skills. This is the prerequisite course for OFFC 1020. (1.5 credits)
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 67215
Sep 11 Wed
OFFC 2000
$295
PRACTICUM
Provides work experience for students who have successfully .
completed all of the MOA courses. Includes classroom instruction
on the first and last class, plus one 60-hour practicum placement
in a physician's office, hospital department and/or related field.
Prerequisites: Completion of all OFFC courses as listed above, all
OFFC courses required prior to program changes in January
1998, or in special circumstances, with permission of the
program coordinator. (4 credits)
O b 2 2 Tue
1845-2145 6 W k s
BBY CRN 32278
[email protected]
60441 2-7677
www. bcisit. bcit.ca
British Columbia Institute f o r Studies
in international Trade
BritirbCoiumbiaJ n a h t t for
studorinI n ~ n w ~ t T m d FlTTskills
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is a hands-on, comprehensive,
eight-course training program focusing on the practical aspects
of internationalbusiness. The program includes logistics, trade
finance, marketing, legal issues, market-entry strategies and
sound internationalmanagement techniques. Graduates of this
diploma program meet the educational requirements to become
a Certified InternationalTrade Professional (C.I.T.P.), the only
professional designation in Canada for Internationaltrade
practitioners. The 26 country InternationalAssociation of Trade
Organization (IATTO) recognizes the FI'ITskills Diploma.
In foreign markets there is no room for error. You need to hit the
ground running. That's why the Forum for InternationalTrade
Training (FIlT) developed the FlTTskills program with the
assistance of the federal government. The program is delivered
across Canada.
Take the entire program, or take one or more of the modules to
suit your needs.
Courses in the program include:
FlTT 01 00
Global Entrepreneurship
F I l T 0105
InternationalTrade Research
FlTT 01 10
InternationalTrade Finance
FITT 01 15
InternationalTrade Logistics
FlTT 0120
Market Entry & Distribution
FITT 01 25
InternationalMarketing
F I T 0130
Legal Aspects of InternationalTrade
F l l T 0135
InternationalTrade Management
Each course module is 35 classroom hours over four weeks.
Classes are held two evenings per week plus one Saturday.
Courses may be taken in any order however it is recommended
that students have completed at least five other courses in the
program before enrolling in the InternationalTrade Management
module (FITT 0135).
Courses Offered This Term:
Note: Course fees include all course materials.
F l l T 0100
$580
GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Participants will be introduced to a wide variety of international
business topics from the ground up. Topics covered in this
module will help to adapt and transform your marketing
strategies into opportunities. The course covers an introduction
of the skills and knowledge needed to compete as a global
entrepreneur.
Mon/Wed 1730-2100
4 wks HYDRO CRN 61 81 8
Sep 9
Sep 21
Sat
0900-1 700
Sep 1 1
Wed
1730-2100 10 wks DTC
671 1 1
F l l T 0105
$580
INTERNATIONAL TRADE RESEARCH
Develop an in-depth understanding of target markets, including
planning and developing the research process, evaluation
opportunities, sources of information and applying the results.
Participants will use these skills to research a product or service of
their choice and develop their own research plan.
Oct 16
Oct 26
Mon/Wed 1730-2100
Sat
0900-1700
4 wks HYDRO CRN 61821
F l l T 0110
$580
INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE
Emphasizes the importance of internationalfinance through a
range of topics that can be adapted to actual business
environments. The module will cover risk analysis, forms of
financing, export costing, export credit insurance, cash flow
planning, factoring, sources of trade finance and more.
Nov 18
Mon/Wed 1730-2100
Dec 3
Sat
4 wks HYDRO CRN 61 81 7
0900-1700
F l l T 0115
$580
INTERNATIONAL TRADE LOGISTICS
This module describes the characteristics of international trade
logistics and demonstrates the role logistics plays in securing a
competitive advantage. Participants will be shown how to
identify and apply the essential skills needed to design and
formulate cost-effective approaches to the movement of goods
and services from the producer to the customer.
Sep 10 TueDhr 1730-2100 4 wks
DTC CRN 61828
Sep28 Sat
0900-1700
~
FRT 0120
$580
MARKET ENTRY AND DISTRIBUTION
This module describes how to evaluate market entry strategies
and suggests ways of selecting the ones most appropriate to the
proposed venture. While examining entry strategies, participants
will develop a better understanding of barriers to entry;
distribution issues; agents and distributors; partnering and joint
ventures; exit strategies and more.
Oct 15 Tue/Thr 1730-2100 4 wks
DTC CRN 61 837
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Sat
0900-1700
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F I I T 0125
$580
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
Nowhere is marketing more important than in the global
marketplace where there are multitudes of competitors to choose
from. This module provides well-establishedtools and techniques
for reaching the target market regardless of location, culture or
language. Participants will develop an international marketing
plan that will help them master the challenges of international
marketing.
Nov 19 Tue/Thr 1730-2100 4 wks
DTC CRN 61838
Nov 30 Sat
0900-1700
604-451-6743
[email protected]
The Educational Society for Resource
Management is a not-for-profit international
educational organization respected
throughout the world for its education and professional
certification programs. With more than 70,000 individual and
corporate members in 20,000 companies worldwide, APICS is
dedicated to using education to improve the business bottom
line. APICS is recognized globally as the source of knowledge and
expertise for manufacturingand service industries across the
entire supply chain in such areas as materials management,
information services, purchasing and quality. In B.C. there are
two APICS Chapters, one in Vancouver and the other in Kelowna,
with a combined membership of over 300 people.
BCIT, in cooperation with APICS, offers a series of courses that
assist individuals in becoming certified in two internationally
recognized certification programs: Certified in Production and
Inventory Management (CPIM), and Certified in Integrated
Resource Management (CIRM). See below for details. For specific
information on becoming a member of APICS, please contact the
local APICS office, Tel. 604435-9530 or visit the Web site
www.apics8.org.
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About CPlM
The Certified in Production and Inventory
Management (CPIM) program was introduced in 1973 by APICS.
APICS designed the CPlM program in response to the increasing
complexities and technological advances that mandate a
continual increase in the skills and knowledge of workers in the
manufacturingand service sectors.
CPlM offers the manufacturing professional in-depth knowledge
within specialized functional areas in the production and
inventory management (PandlM) environment. Increased
technical knowledge and expertise gained from the course of
study enhances the ability of the CPlM professional to predict
outcomes accurately and apply actions that achieve results.
Be
ation
o gain
nical and functional
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know-how, plus the confidence, to enhance your job
performance and your strategic advantage. join the more than
66,000 professionalswho have earned the prestigious CPlM
designation, and enjoy the benefits they have derived from their
achievements, including increased technical and functional
knowledge, widespread recognition of professional competence,
enhanced credibility with both employers and customers,
demonstrated levels of professional expertise and skill, and
evident commitment to professional growth and development.
New skills and abilities that you acquire during the certification
process will improve your on-the-job-performance. You will be
able to understand how to increase profitability by optimizing
your inventory investment, satisfy your customers by delivering
products and services just-in-time, streamline operations by
accurately forecasting to meet your master plan, increase
productivity by using material requirements planning and
capacity planning to consistently meet your long, medium-,
and short-range goals, improve customer service by
understanding and managing all aspects of the supply chain,
and gain a competitive advantage by maximizing your systems
and technologies.
Reconfiguration Information Outline
Basics of Supply Chain Management
Master Planning of Resources
Detailed Scheduling and Planning
Execution and Control of Operations
Strategic Management of Resources
In order to achieve CPlM status, a individual must successfully pass
all five of the above courses. This is accomplished through
computer based testing (CBT). Testing will transition from the
previous seven modules to the reconfigured CPlM material.
However, all exams taken from the previous program will continue
to count towards certification. The cost ofVhe CBT is separate from
the courses and there is a test site located in Vancouver. For further
informationon CBT including cost, registration, and location,
please access the Web site at www.apics.org and click on the icon
for Certification. This Web site is updated frequently and
individuals are encouraged to visit it often.
APlC 1171
5430 (INCLUDES WORKBOOK)
BASICS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
An introductory course for PandlM personnel which is a
prerequisite to the other modules of the CPlM program. Key
concepts in managing the complete flow of material in a supply
chain are introduced. Fundamentar relationships among the
activities that occur in the supply chain of an organization from
suppliers to customers are explained. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
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1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 64333
$430 (INCLUDES WORKBOOK)
APlC 1172
MASTER PLANNING OF RESOURCES
Students will explore processes used to develop sales and
operations plans, identify and assess internal and external
demand and forecasting requirements and effect an achievable
master schedule consistent with business policies, objectives, and
resource constraints. The course focuses on developing and
validating a plan of supply, relating management of demand to
environment and developing and validating the master schedule.
Prerequisite: APlC 1171. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63498
APlC 1173
$430 (INCLUDES WORKBOOK)
DETAILED SCHEDULING AND PLANNING
Focuses on various techniques for material and capacity
scheduling. The course includes a detailed explanation of
material requirements planning (MRP), a technique suitable for
use in job shops. Another material planning technique, materialdominated scheduling, which is applicable to process industries
and other mature production environments is also introduced.
Prerequisite: APlC 1171. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63499
APlC 9174
$430 (INCLUDES WORKBOOK)
EXECUTION AND CONTROL OF OPERATIONS
This course focuses on three main areas: prioritizing and
sequencing work; executing work plans and implementing
controls, reporting activity results; and evaluating and providing
feedback on performance. The course also explains techniques
for scheduling and controlling production and process
operations. Prerequisite: APlC 1171. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63500
APlC 1175
$430 (INCLUDES WORKBOOK)
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, OF RESOURCES
In this course, students explore the relationship of existing and
emerging processes and technologies to manufacturingstrategy
and supply chain-related functions. The course addresses three
main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan,
configuring and integrating operating processes to support the
strategic plan, and implementing change. For maximum
comprehension of course content, students should be familiar
with the information and concepts presented in other CPlM
modules before taking this course.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63501
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[email protected]
604-451-6743
Operations Management puts you in the position to help
businesses meet their productivity improvementgoals while
enhancing your quality of work life. Operations Management
offers several options, each oriented to specific operating sectors,
and bringing its own rewards and advancements. The programs
will assist entrepreneurs, divisional managers, linesupervisors and
first level employees to attain both their personal and corporate
goals. These programs are very result-orientedso that course
content can be used immediatelyfor productivity improvement
a t the student's place of employment.
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
This program is designed for people who work, or wish to work,
in the manufacturing/warehousingfunctions of an organization.
It is suited to those who are or will be production forepersons,
analysts or supervisors in inventory control, product cost
estimating, standard setting, production planning and control,
project administrationand technical sales.
Required courses:
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills
Business and Technical Reports
COMM 2203
Accounting for the Manager
FMGT 1152
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1102
Quality Assurance 1 Manufacturing
OPMT 1106
Project Planning and Scheduling
OPMT 1187
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1188
OPMT 1191
Purchasing
Inventory Planning and Control
OPMT 1192
Statistics for Business and Industry
OPMT 1197
Introductionto Operations Management
OPMT 1198
OPMT 2290
Performance Measurement
OPMT 2298
Business Process Improvement
Plus two courses from the following: (6 credits)
Introduction to Quality Control Methods
OPMT 1142
OPMT 1175
Warehouse Management
Quality Assurance 2 Manufacturing
OPMT 2206
IntermediateQuality Control Methods
OPMT 2242
I S 0 9000 Standards for Quality Systems
OPMT 3306
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN
MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING
This programi s designed for people who work in the private and
public sectors of service industries, health care, education, and
justice services. Special attention is paid to ways in which
management engineering tools may be applied to organizations
whose results are not quantifiable
Required courses:
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills; or
BUSA 2005
Management
COMM 2203
Business and Technical Reports
Accounting for the Manager
FMGT 1152
Occupational Health and Safety
HRMC 2805
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1102
Quality Assurance 1 Manufacturing
OPMT 1106
Project Planning and Scheduling
OPMT 1187
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1188
OPMT 1191
Purchasing
Statistics for Business and Industry
OPMT 1197
Introduction to Operations Management
OPMT 1198
OPMT 2290
Performance Measurement
OPMT 2298
Business Process Improvement
Plus two courses from the following: (6 credits)
Quality Management for Service Industries
OPMT 1107
Facility Planning and Design
OPMT 1193
ORGB 2205
Organizational Behaviourl
I S 0 9000 Standards for Quality Systems
OPMT 3306
MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
This program provides working adults with the training and
education necessary to pursue a career in materials management.
The program is of interest to anyone involved in materials
management, buying, or related professions. Others benefiting
from this program include: production and inventory control
professionals who want to increase their knowledge of the field; ,
newcomers to the profession who want to acquire a solid
foundation on which to build a career; and those choosing
careers in purchasing, accounting, production supervision, traffic
or warehousing. This certificate includes some of the APICS
Production and Inventory Control certificate courses. This
program is currently under review and an Associate Certificate in
Supply Chain Management is being developed.
Required courses:
BUSA '1 305
Supervisory Skills
Business and Technical Reports
COMM 2203
APlC 1171
Basics of Supply/Chain Management
or OPMT 1192
APlC 1172
Master Planning of Resources
APlC 1173
Detailed Scheduling and Planning
APlC 1174
Execution and Control of Operations
Quality Assurance 1 Manufacturing
OPMT 1106
OPMT 1175
Warehouse Management
OPMT 1191
Purchasing
Inventory Planning and Control or APlC 1171
OPMT 1192
Facility Planning and Design
OPMT 1193
Introduction to Operations Management
OPMT 1198
OPMT 2275
Warehouse Management 2
OPMT 2298
Business Process Improvement
TDMT 1409
Introductionto Canada Customs
Procedures and NAFrA
Plus two courses from the following: (3 credits)
OPMT 1117
Basic QuantitativeTechniques in Administration
OPMT 1344
Total Quality Management (TQM)
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MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE IN UALITY MANAGEMENT
This program is designed primarily or people working in the
field of quality control or quality management in the
manufacturingand service industries or government. It will be
particularly helpful to those who already have the basic industrial
and technologicaltraining for their work, but are new to facing
quality-relatedresponsibilities. Under the influence of global
markets and international competition, the quality of products
has acquired a totally new level of significance as a business
strategy for survival. Graduates of this program will be well
prepared to implement a cost-effective quality management
system with its technical, legal and human aspects, in any
organization. The quality-relatedcourses in this program will also
assist students intending to write the Certification Examinations
of the American Society for Quality (ASQ).
Required courses:
Business and Technical Reports
COMM 2203
Quality Assurance 1 Manufacturing
OPMT 1106
Quality Management for Service Industries
OPMT 1107
Introduction to Quality Control Methods
OPMT 1142
Total Quality Management (TQM) in
OPMT 1344
Manufacturing
OPMT 2206
Quality Assurance 2
Intermediate Quality Control Methods
OPMT 2242
I S 0 9000 Standards for Quality Systems
OPMT 3306
Statistical Design of Experimentsfor Industry
OPMT 3342
OPMT 3345
Quality Auditing
OPMT 3346
Reliability Principles
Plus courses from the following that total at least 12 credits:
FMCT 1152
Accounting
OPMT 1102
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1188
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1192
Inventory Plan ing, and Control
Statistics for B, sinqss and Industry
OPMT 1197
OPMT 1198
Introduction to Overations Management
ORGB 2505
Interpersonal kills1
Note: OPMT 1197 (or equivalqnt) is a Prerequisite for
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MANAGEMENT CERTlFlCATEllN FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Facilities Management involves/themanagement and
development of the workplace integrate people and their work
in the operation to achieve the; obj4ctives of the organization. The
certificate in Facilities Manage ent represents a collection of
course offerings from Business,, Engineering and Health Sciences
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 withlthe InternationalFacilities
Management Association (IFMA) B.C. Chapter.
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Required courses:
BLDT 2011
Constructionbocuments and Contracts
BUSA 1305
Supervisory Skills;/or
BUSA 2005
Managementi
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BUSA 3405
Problem Solving and Decision Making
COMM 2203
Business and Technical Reports
FMGT 1152
Accounting f w thp Manager
HRMG 2805
Occupational HeJth and Safety
OPMT 1117
Basic Quantitptive Techniques in Administration
OPMT 1125
Facilities Space Planning
OPMT 1187
Project Plannjng and Scheduling
Introduction ;to Operations Management
OPMT 1198
OPMT 2125
Advanced Cdmputer Aided Facility Management
Using Archib s Software andlor
OPMT 3135
Advanced C mp$er Integrated
Facilities Management
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Plus courses from the following that total 9 credits:
BUSA 2005
Management
Quality Management for Service Industries
OPMT 1107
ArchiCAD 6.5 Level 1
OPMT 1135
OPMT 1193
Facility Planning and Design
Planning and Scheduling with MS Project
OPMT 2286
Project Management Using the Internet
OPMT 2289
I S 0 9000 Standards for Quality Systems
OPMT 3306
Courses Offered
OPMT 0199
$435
MATH FOR BUSINESS
Upgrades and refreshes the mathematical skills of students who
intend to enter the School of Business at BCIT. A suitable
prerequisitefor the mathematics courses in the School of
Business as it meets the Math 11 entrance requirement. The
course includes arithmetic, elementary algebra, graphical
techniques, ratios, percentages and the elementary business
applications of these concepts.
Sep 9
Mon/Thr 1845-2145 8 wks
BBY CRN 32656
Mon/Thr 1730-2030 8wks
.DTC
32657
MonNed 1845-2145 8 wks
BBY
33529
MonWed 1900-2200 8 wks
SRY
32660
OPMT 1102$325
BASIC MATH OF FINANCE
Discusses interest and its effects upon business and industry.
Students learn to discriminate between common situations, apply
necessary analysis and perform appropriate calculations. Topics
include simple and compound interest, present values and
discounts, annuities, evaluation methods and basic replacement
analysis. Prerequisite: Basic algebraic skills to at least Grade 11
level. Others should consider OPMT 0199. A minimum grade of
60% is required for course credit in OPMT 1110. (Do not buy a
calculator until first class meeting). (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32661
32662
1730-2030 l2wks DTC
Wed
32663
Sep 12 Thr
1900-2200 12wks SRY
33530
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
OPMT 1106
$325
QUALITY ASSURANCE 1 MANUFACTURING
Introduces QA for manufacturing industries. Overview of quality
management topics includes establishing the desired product
quality and reliability and the conditions necessary to achieve
them; quality planning; quality management standards;
economic factors; quality assurance and production; inspection
and test operations; total quality control concepts. Class activities
include films, video, group discussions and in-class group
exercises. No prerequisites. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32664
OPMT I107
$325
QUALITY MANAGEMENT FOR SERVICE INDUSTRIES’
Presents methods, techniques, programs and strategies to
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implement and maintain quality in the service sector. The
students will learn to identify customer expectations and design
unique characteristics for service delivery systems that achieve
customer satisfaction and overall improvement of processes. Video
presentations, case studies and mini-projectswill help students
develop solutions to service quality problems. Recommendedfor
individuals who want to advance in their careers or are currently
working in banking, health care services, the hospitality industry,
public utilities, personal services, government, food services, retail
trade, etc. No prerequisites. (3 credits)
Sep 11
Wed
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 32665
OPMT 1110
5420
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
Reviews basic mathematics applicable to business and industry.
Topics include consumer and commercial credit, simple and
compound interest, financial instrumentsand discounting,
annuities, mortgages, loans, sinking funds, leases, depreciation
methods, capitalized costs, cash flow analysis, NPV and IRR.
Emphasis is on maximum use of pre-programmed calculator and
practical applicationsfrom the field of Financial Management.
(4 credits)
SeD 13
Fri
0830-1230 12 wks DTC CRN 32650
OPMT 1115
$325
SOFIWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE
Covers the apilication of Quality Assurance principles to the
development of computer software. The course will appeal to
individuals who are involved in the growing software development
industry and want to meet modem requirements for design,
verification and re-usability of software products. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 35879
OPMT 1116
$325
VENDOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Provides an in-depth study of the relationship between a
company (customer) and its vendors, centring on vendor
performance and its financial impact on the company’s
operations (i.e., non-conformance costs). The theory and
processes involved in the measurement of vendor performance is
covered together with the End Cost Analysis process for products
and services. Upon completion of this course, the student will be
capable of designing, implementing and maintaining a highly
effective vendor quality management process in any .
organizations. (Note: The measurement process detailed in the
Canadian Telephone companies.) (3 credits)
OPMT I125
$500
FACILITIES SPACE PLANNING
Provides an understanding of the applications of facilities
planning as it relates to facilities management and covers space
management and forecasting. Simple computer-aidedfacilities
management (using Archibus/FM) will be introduced to enable
the user to gain more control over their space by having better
inventory of existing space, as well as tools for forecasting,
allocation, layout and more. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32668
OPMT 1135
$500
ARCHICAD 6.5 LEVEL 1
Course topics focus on the tools needed to create an
architectural building model on a PC. Students will learn
common editing techniques in both the 2 and 3 dimensional
environments. By course end students will be able to generate
plan, section and elevation drawings from the building model,
and animated fly-Through movies of the project. Prerequisite:
basic knowledge of Windows operating system. (3 credits).
Sept 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63502
OPMT 1142
$325
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY CONTROL METHODS
Introduces QC methods. The course will begin with basic
descriptive statistics and some standard graphical tools such as
histograms, Pareto charts and scatter diagrams. The concept of
process capability and the use of common control charts.
Procedures for inspection sampling plans. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32669
OPMT 1175
$325
WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT 1
Provides a basic understanding of the major factors in managing
a warehouse. The key subjects are: receiving, stock location
planning, order picking, shipping, time/space management, data
prpcessing and loss control. The course also introduces specific
procedures such as inventory accuracy, cycle counts, inventory
adjustments and inventory turnover. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
12 W
~ S
BBY CRN 32670
OPMT 1187
$325
PROJECT PLANNING AND SCHEDULING
Define a project; WBS, SOW, activity development; PERT and
CPM network diagrams, the 3-time estimate method to asses risk
and schedule a project; resource leveling, time cost trade-offs
and estimating to cost a project; earned value, reporting and
progress measurement during the project; project termination
and the role of project personnel in a project. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32671
Sep 12 Thr
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
32672
OPMT 1188
$325
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
An introductionto business information systems for business
operations and management decision making. Management
information requirements will be discussed along with how an
information system can fulfill these requirements. Through the
discussion and demonstration of current trends such as ERP, the
Internet and data warehousing, the student will understand how
information systems can be used to gain strategic advantage
beyond the year 2002. (3 credits) .
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32674
OPMT 1191
$325
PURCHASING
Covers purchasingfunctions, objectives, relationships,
organization, policies, procurement procedures, inventory
control, sourcing, supplier evaluation, price, negotiation, make or
buy and ethics. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1900-2200 12wks SRY CRN 32675
Sep 11 Wed
1730-2030 12wks DTC
32676
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY
32677
OPMT 1192
$325
INVENTORY PLANNING AND CONTROL
Covers objectives, records, forecasting, order point systems, MRP,
make/buy analysis and departmental organization. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32678
Sep 10 Tue
1900-2200. 12 W ~ S SRY
32679
OPMT 1193
$325
FACILITY PLANNING AND DESIGN
Introduces students to the basic principles and techniques for
planning and design of manufacturing, processing and
distribution facilities. Key aspects of the planning and design
process from functional concept to architectural layouts are
reviewed. Topics covered include relationship programming,
systematic layout planning (manual and computerized), line
balancing, workstation design, materials handling, building
systems, WCB and Building Codes, and project management and
budgeting. (3 credits)
as applied to objective decision making in business and industry.
You will be required to purchase a textbook and a preprogrammed statistical calculator. (Do not buy until first class
meeting). (4.5 credits)
Sep9
Mon/Thr 1845-2145 9wks
BBY CRN 32680
MonRhr 1900-2200 9,wks
SRY
32681
BBY
37157.
Sep10 Tue/Thc 1645-2145 9wks
&.
TlTATlVE TECHNIQUES IN ADMINIS
Covers simplified hands-on techniques to assist administrators in
decision making using business rpsthematics and statistics.
Includes some problem solving, graphs, interest applications,
business descriptive statistics, sampling and forecasting. The use .
of the pre-programmed business calculator will be emphasized
and the ease of using many electronic spreadsheet business
applications will be demonstrated. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 33762
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Fdl 2002 Part-time Studies
OPMT 1198
$325
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Presents the fundamentals in productivity improvement based on
a systematic, scientific approach to problem solving methods/
improvements. Includes economic feasibility, recording
techniques, assembly and analysis of data, critical examination,
the development and selection of alternative solutions. Case
materials will explore applications to manufacturing, warehouse,
office, materials management and general management
engineering. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32683
Sep 12 Thr
1900-2200 12 wks SRY
67072
OPMT 1600
$395
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 1
Get a step up on your basic computing skills. This
course begins the process of teaching the business student to
appreciate the microcomputer as an aid to management. It
provides an introduction to basic business software, which may
include one or more of the following: MS Windows, MS Word,
MS Excel, MS Access, the Internet and the Worldwide Web.
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 l2wks BBY CRN 63278
OPMT 2197
$335
QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS
Continues from OPMT 1197 by introducing computer software to
perform basic descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and includes
additional quantitative models such as decision-trees, multiple
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regression and the fundamentals of linear programming.
Prerequisites: OPMT 1197 with a minimum grade of 65% or an
equivalent college-level business statistics course (with minimum
B-grade), accessibility to and basic knowledge of personal
computer. The CGA of B.C. allows exemption for Quantitative
Methods 2 with a grade of 65% or better in this course. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33763
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
36671
Sep 14 Sat
OPMT 2206
$325
QUALITY ASSURANCE 2 (MANUFACTURING)
Includes quality assurance as it relates to marketing, engineering,
purchasing and customer relations; QA support for marketing; the
role of quality assurance during product development and design
review; concepts of Taguchi methods; vendor quality assurance;
rating systems and vendor certification; the relationship between
just-in-time production and quality; quality auditing, legal aspects
and product liability, human factors in quality contkol; and
employee motivation and involvement. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 32689
.OPMT 2298
$325
BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
Business today is characterized by shorter product
life cycles and rapid change. However, organizations are
challenged to quickly adapt key business processes to changes in
their environment. Through lecture, discussion and case studies,
students will be introduced to a methodology to improve
business processes and to lead teams. Prerequisite: OPMT 1198
Introduction to Operations Management, or permission of the
coordinator. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 67073
OPMT 2650
fS95
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 2
(SPREADSHEETS)
Begins with a brief review of introductory Windows
and Excel concepts covered in introductory computer application
courses. From there the course moves onto more advanced Excel
commands and applications (larger and more professional
worksheets). Topics include “if-then modeling,” built-in
functions, charting, transferring data to and across applications
and/or macros. Prerequisite: OPMTl600 equivalent or permission
of the instructor.
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 63279
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OPMT 2660
$395
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 (DATABASES)
This course builds on OPMT 2650. Topics will
include an introduction to database management and other
software applications specific to the business programs.
Prerequisite: OPMT 2650.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63280
OPMT 3306
I S 0 9OOO: ZOO0 QUALITY STANDARDS
Applies t o the new I S 0 9000-2000 International
$325
Standards for Quality
Management and Quality Assurance systems. The series consists
of I S 0 9000, 9001 and 9004. Topib include the purpose and
requirements of the I S 0 Standards; assessment of existing
company operations relating to the standards; and steps required
for implementation and registration to the I S 0 9001 standard.
(3 credits)
SeD 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33437
OPMT 3345
$325
QUALITY AUDITING
Covers qualityauditing principles and applications for quality
system, process and product audits; in-house audits, external
supplier audits; auditing terminology, standards, and planning.
Includes staffing and training; scheduling, reporting, and using
audit results, and human resource techniques as they apply to
human regctions. This course wilt assist candidates who are
preparing to write the ASQC CQA examination. Prerequisites:
OPMT 1106 and OPMT 2206 or permission of the instructor.
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 67074
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OPMT 3346
$325
RELIABILITY PRINCIPLES
Provides an introductory survey of reliability principles and their
applications in industry. Topics include both mathematical theory
of reliability modeling and its application to the design,
prediction and maintainability of products. Many practical
mathematical tools are provided as the foundation for immediate
application in contemporary industrial workplaces.
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67075
OPMT 5700
$455
MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT
Provides the mathematical knowledge required to move into the
more advanced business math courses. Topics include linear and
quadratic equations and inequalities, polynomials, rational
functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and
series. Applications to economics and finance used. Prerequisite:
Diploma of Technology in Business. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1830-2145 13 wks BBY CRN 61721
OPMT 5701
$520
CALCULUS FOR MANAGEMENT
Introduces calculus course to business students. Topics reviewed
are integration, differentiation and applications of calculus to
. business problems. The students apply calculus through problem
sets to gain skills in the various techniques. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1800-2200 14 wks BBY CRN 63262
OPMT 5740
$455
INTEGRATED MIS
Discusses functional databases, how data are synthesized into
management information and integrated into the strategic
decision making process. Covers current business practice for
strategic information technologies, microcomputing, digital
communication, image-processing, relational-database, artificialintelligence, graphics, voice process, CASE, CAD/CAM, open
systems, EDI. The preparation and delivery of effective oral and
written presentations to management is included. (3 credits)
Seo 10 Tue
1800-2100 14 hks BBY CRN 63264
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OPMT 5751
$4455
W T H MODELS FOR BUSINESS
Presents a second course in the application of statistical methods
to business problems. The course will provide understanding and
practical applications of two commonly used techniques in
mathematical modeling: Regression and Time Series Analysis.
Extensive lab work using spreadsheets and other computer
software will lead to theoretical solutions. (3 credits)
Ser, 11 Wed
1800-2100 14 wks BBY CRN 39973
OPMT 7021
$545
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Gives the student the tools necessary to design and manage a
quality program. Topics include applying the principals to total
quality management, classifying quality costs and their impact on
business profits, applying team work skills to form teams to
improve quality, and an overview of the IS0 9000 standards and
registration process. (3 credits)
Seo 10 Tue
1830-2215 12 wks B6Y CRN 60140
International business depends on successful market analysis and
effective entry strategies, knowledge of transportation
alternatives and sound logistics planning. This program is
designed for those engaged in both the buying and selling of
goods and their movement. With the increased dependency on
global trade, the demand for international trade and
transportation services has increased dramatically. The
International Trade and Transporfation Certificate program
provides graduates with the technical skills and flexibility to
participate in the global marketplace. The technical skills gained
from the program allow graduates to continue onto additional
industry certifications. This program is currently under review
and an associate certificate is being developed.
Required courses totaling 33 credit hours:
OPMT 1102
Basic Mathematics of Finance
OPMT 1197
Statistics for Business and Industry
TDMT 1104
International Trade 1
TDMT 1150
Distribution 1 (Clrr); or
TDMT 1204
Freight Forwarding 1 (CIFFA)
TDMT 1409
lntro to Canada Customs and NAFTA
TDMT 2203
Transportation Economics
TDMT 2204
International Trade 2
Distribution 2 (Clrr); or
TDMT 2250
Freight Forwarding II (CIFFA)
TDMT 1205
TDMT 4410
Logistics Management
Plus any of the following courses for a certificate
total of 45 credit hours:
Accounting for the Manager; or
FMGT 1152
Accounting Essentials for Small Business
FMGT 1151
ECON 1150
Economic Issues
BUSA 1350
Supervisory Skills
Management Information Systems
OPMT 1188
OPMT 1191
Purchasing
lntro to Operations Management
OPMT 1198
Warehouse Management 1
OPMT 1175
Essentials of Marketing
MKTG 1102
Principles of Customer Service
MKTG 1212
Courses Offered
TDMT 1104
$325
INTERNATIONAL TRADE 1
Examines how the operating environment affects trade and trading
relationships. The course of studies covers topics related to the
location of markets, the infrastructure necessary for a successful
market, current trade patterns and future trends in trading. Emphasis
will be placed on explanations of how the operating environments
affect production, transportation and marketing. (3 credits)
Ser, 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63555
TDMT 1150
$480
DISTRIBUTION 1 (Clrr)
Covers transportation regulations; Canadian transportation modes
including water, rail air and pipeline; intermediate transportation
agencies; domestic and international transportation rates, tolls and
tariffs. A C l l l fee of $160 plus GST ($171.20) is included to cover
the cost of the text materials and the C l l l exam. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32652
TDMT 2203
$325
TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS
Covers a variety of transportation services and their cost factors
including carrying capacity, load factors, fuel cost, etc., concluding
with profit-oriented rate making. Costing methods relating to
various modes of transportation are discussed considering
distance, flow of goods and backhaul.
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 32 wks BBY CRN 32653
604-432-8611
[email protected]
604-451-6743
[email protected]
CERTIFICATE IN INTERNATIONAL - FREIGHT FORWARDING
Offered by the Canadian international Freight Forwarding
Association and BCIT. The BCITKanadian International Freight
Forwarding Association (CIFFA) professional training program is
created for staff members of international freight forwarders who
wish to acquire a general knowledge of the theory and mechanics
of handling internationalfreight cargo movement. joint certificates
from BCIT/CIFFA in International Freight Forwardingare awarded
upon the successful completion of the courses Freight Forwarding I
and 11, and Freight Forwarding 111 and IV.
New courses start in September 2002. Registration and
Information: Call Craig McKay at Adanac International Forwarders
Association Ltd. a t 604-273-8611
For further information, check www.ciffa.com - click Education.
TDMT 1204 FREIGHT FORWARDING I
Introduces students to the fundamentals of international freight
forwarding. Topics include: understanding exporting and
importing, transport geography, terms of trade, land
transportation, air freight and ocean freight.
TDMT 1205 FREIGHT FORWARDING I1
Covers the topics: commercial documentation, transport
insurance, international payments, export packaging and
warehousing, land transportation - trans-border issues, costing
and quoting, alternative methods, transportation law and legal
liability. Prerequisite: TDMT 1204.
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develop and launch their own businesses. We can help you too.
Next Venture Program: Sept. 9,2002 (VENT 1O00, c m 61468)
www. bcitventure.com
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If you are undecided about going into business for ourself, sign up
for our free half-day workshop "Exploring Self-Emp yment".
Exploring sessions are Saturday mornings 9:30 -12:30.
Dates: Aug. 10 ( c m 28407), Oct. 26 (cm'64580),
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To register call: 604-434-1610
Register online and s'ave $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
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TDMT 0206 FREIGHT FORWARDING 111
This course expands further on the multi-faceted aspects of
international freight forwarding, and examines the intricacies of
ships and the chartering thereof, the chartering of airplanes,
project management, the importance and relevance of customs process and compliance/transaction basics/complications and
advanced issues, IT and e-Logistics. Prerequisite: TDMT 1205.
TDMT 0207 FREIGHT FORWARDING I V
This course introduces the student to the business processes
involved in the effective and efficient flow of materials and
information from source to consumption. It includes
introductions to logistics and supply chain management, sales
and marketing and transportation law. Prerequisite: TDMT 0206.
A part-time 12-week program to teach you how to prepare a
business plan.
604-412-7651
[email protected]
VENT 0100
$500
Suitable for those who are interested in examining the possibility
of setting up their own business, or for those who have already
started but want to learn how to prepare a business plan. Course
will cover entrepreneurial characteristics, developing a marketing
strategy, conducting market research, operating your business,
financial projections, risk reduction, business plan development,
and much more.
Sept. 18 Wed
1730-2030
DTC CRN 63125
Sept. 21 Sat
0900-1200
DTC
66399
Based on the successful Venture and BEST programs, which have
been developed over the last 13 years, this condensed version will
concentrate on need-to-know, street level information. By the end
of the program, participantswill have created a plan for their
business, which will be reviewed by members of the Venture
Development Centre a t BCIT. For further information, visit our
website www.bcitventure.com. To reaister, call 604-434-1610
604-41 2-7707
[email protected]
VENT 010 5
$500
Entrepreneurship for NPOs provides the not-for-profit organization executive director with the business management skills
necessary to efficiently and effectively steer their organization
through increasingly difficult economic times. Practical,
need-to-know business planning techniques are applied to
a variety of social entrepreneurship models.
Sept 19 Thur
0900-1600 6 wks
DTC CRN 66721
Sept 14 Sat
0900-1600 6 wks
DTC
66400
To reaister call 604-434-1610
A full-time 3-month program to help you launch your business.
604-412-7651
[email protected]
VENT 1000
VENTURE PROGRAM
Profit from a lifetime of learning by employing your hard-earned
skills as an entrepreneur. Since 1989 the BCIT Venture Program
has offered a comprehensive training program targeted towards
individuals in the launch phase of a business start-up (regardless
of their business background).
Fall 2002
Starts Sept. 9, 2002
CRN 61468
Spring 2003
Starts Ian. 13, 2003
42597
During this 3-month program you will learn how to research
your business concept and produce a realistic business plan. You
will develop practical entrepreneurial planning skills needed to
start and operate a business, and gain valuable computer
modeling skills for forecasting and planning purposes.
BClT’s Downtown Campus gives participants easy access to the
Vancouver business community. All instructors and coaches are
entrepreneurs and help guide you through the planning process.
Ultimately, you will leave the program with the ability to run
your own business and the skills to make it a success!
Enrolment inquiries are welcome now, as spaces are limited. We
encourage you to make an appointment with the program
advisor to discuss your business concept and how the Venture
Program can help you.
For further information and to register, visit our Web site
www. bcitventure.com
Anyone can start a business, but you have to learn how to
make it.
604-412-7707
[email protected]
VENT 0200
ONLINE $500
The Enterpriser online program puts the experience and
knowledge of the BClT Venture Development Centre online.
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Enterpriser is a 12-week program designed for individuals who
have a business idea or those who are simply curious about what
it takes to launch a business. A unique feature of this program is
that Venture Development Centre advisors will be available
online to assist you with specific issues or difficulties that you
may encounter. Throughout the program you will become skilled
with the tools necessary to complete a comprehensive business
plan and launch a new venture.
Includes 6 hours online business plan counselling CRN 6631 1
The program offers an interactive, module-based, learning
environment covering the essential areas of business start-up.
The self-paced modules cover the opportunity analysis, the
anatomy of a business plan, as well as marketing, financing,
taxation and getting through red tape. Helpful online templates
are available in each module to be filled out and added to your
online portfolio. Special online tools include a sample business
plan, a start-up checklist, a discussion board, private e-mail and
links to strategic resources.
To register call 604-434-161 0 and then contact Sonia Sacilotto
604-412-7651 for an access code.
For more detailed program information visit the Web site a t
http://vdc-ent.bcitventure.com.
Registration is on-going and students have access for 12 weeks
from the date of reqistration.
604-412-7651
[email protected]
TCTR 0249
EXPLORING SELF EMPLOYMENT
Have you ever thought about starting your own business?
Exploring Self Employment is designed to help prospective
entrepreneurs understand what it really takes to go into business.
During this free half-day workshop you will explore how to
generate business ideas, discover the elements of a business plan
and discuss the programs BClT offers to get you moving toward
self employment. You will also find out about the opportunities
and challenges of operating you own business and discuss the
key characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. Discover whether
self employment is an option you wish to pursue. For more
information visit our Web site a t www.bcitventure.com. To
register call 604-434-161 0.
Aug 10 Sat
0930-1230 1 day
DTC CRN’ 28407
Oct 26 Sat
0930-1230 1 day
DTC
62580
Nov 16 Sat
0930-1230 1 day
DTC
62585
BCIT INTERNATIONAL
604-432-8816
Ask an Advisor a t www.international.bcit.ca or
e-mail: [email protected]
The philosophy of BClT International is to:
provide quality programs that will prepare internationalstudents
for academic success
assist internationalstudents with their integration into BClT and
the surrounding community
English for Polytechnic Preparation (EPP)
The EPP program prepares students for success in education and
careers by developing their study skills, research skills, report
writing, presentation skills, critical thinking skills and employability
skills, as well as their English Language skills. EPP is an intensive 30
hours per week program that is both academically challenging and
rewarding. After completing this program students can bridge to a
wide range of programs at BClT and earn a degree, diploma or
certificate. EPP students will study a t Kester Grant College (KGC)
located at 241 2 Laurel Street in Vancouver.
Start: Every four weeks
Technical Communications Plus Programs
BClT coordinates Technical Communications Plus Certificate
programs, for students whose English is a t an intermediate level, by
combining Technical Communications with academic courses.
Programs are available in many disciplines including:
Technical Communicationsplus Architectural and
Building Engineering
Technical Communicationsplus Business
Technical Communicationsplus Computing
Technical Communications plus Media Techniques
Students applying to Technical CommunicationsPlus programs
will be given an COMM 0009 placement exam to determine their
registration eligibility. Please contact BClT International for more
information on tuition fee increases.
Academic Business Program (ABP)
An eight-month, two-term intensive program. ABP is a cooperative
training program with Term One held at Vancouver Maple Leaf
Language College (VLC) and Term Two held at BCIT. Prerequisite:
high school graduation and TOEFL score of 450 or equivalent.
Start: Sept. 4, 2002, Ian. 8, 2003 and May 7, 2003
Associate Certificate in Business Management Studies (BMS)
An eight-month, two term program. Students who complete BMS
and meet necessary language requirementscan apply to a BClT Fulltime Business diploma program. Students may also transfer credits to
other Canadian or US. institutions where accepted. Prerequjsite: high
school graduation and TOEFL score of 51 3 or equivalent.
Start: Sept. 3, 2002, Jan. 7, 2003 and May 6, 2003
Management Certificate in Interior Design Program (IDP)
This 12-month, three-term Management Certificate program
combines English language training with an introduction to
residential interior design, preparing students for careers in design
offices, retail stores, or industry suppliers featuring residential or
office design. Prerequisite: TOEFL 500 or equivalent.
Start Sept. 5, 2002 and Ian. 9, 2003
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
Part-time Studies Courses
Contact BClT International to see if you are eligible to join one or
more part-time evening or weekend courses.
Note: International Students must have a valid student
authorization and medical insurance to study at BCIT. Documents
must be sent to BClT International.
INTL 0504
$375
PRACTICAL SPANISH COMMUNICATION I V
Uses the structure of a language with ease and fluency. Concentrates
on the subjunctive tense. Students will be able to produce a business
letter discuss and write about life interviews and analyze film extracts.
Provides cultural awareness and vocabulary acquisition of 500 words.
Prerequisites: INTL 0503 or instructor‘sapproval.
Sep21
Sat
0900-1300 12wks BBY CRN 61677
The 12-week, 48-hour courses focus on Spanish language
communicationskills in listening comprehension, reading, writing
and speaking. These courses provide the learner with practical,
effective language skills for employment/living in a Spanish speaking
environment. BClT International’s Spanish courses are intensive, as
they are designed to establish a solid working framework of the
language so that the learner can maximize the benefits of these
courses for now and for the longer term.
If you have had previous Spanish language training, and would
like to know which level would be most appropriate, BClT
International can arrange a FREE informal telephone assessment.
Call 604-432-8816 for more information.
These courses are not eligible as credit towards the Liberal
Education component of the BCIT Bachelor of Technology.
INTL 0501
$375
PRACTICAL SPANISH COMMUNICATION I
Develops the phonetic foundation for the language. Students will be
able to state simple requirements and pass on simple messages.
Introduces and develops basic Spanish language skills for listening
comprehension, reading, writing and speaking. Concentrates on
present tense. Provides acquisition of 500 words.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1730-1930 12 wks
DTC CRN 61659
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1730-1930 12 wks
BBY
67057
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1730-1930 12 wks
DTC
39889
INTL 0502
$375
PRACTICAL SPANISH COMMUNICATION 11
Develops the oral, written, reading, and listening abilities using
examples from the workplace and from social contexts. Students
will be able to deal with simple conversations on familiar topics,
and exchange information with colleagues. Concentrates on the
past tenses. Provides acquisition of 500 words and cultural
awareness. Prerequisite: INTL 0501 or instructor’s approval.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1730-1930 12 wks
DTC CRN 65063
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1730-1930 12 wks
BBY
39890
INTL 0506
$15 0
INTENSIVE CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH
FOR BUSINESS AND TRAVEL
Fine-tunes the language skills by providing the appropriate
language patterns, vocabulary, and idioms needed in order to
communicate effectively in a variety of everyday situations.
Prerequisite: INTL 0502 or instructor’s approval.
Oct 5
Sat
1330-1630 4 wks
BBY CRN 67058
Nov9
Sat
1330-1630 4 wks
BBY
67059
INTL 0503
$375
PRACTICAL SPANISH COMMUNICATION 111
Emphasis on thought development. Concentrates on future and
conditional verb tenses. Students will be able to produce written
text of various types, showing the ability to develop an argument
as well as describe or recount events. Provides cultural awareness
and vocabulary acquisition of 500 words. Prerequisite: INTL 0502
or instructor’s approval.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1730-1930 12 wks
DTC CRN 61660
EPP Application Fee $250.00. $4400.00 per term (1 6 weeks)
Technical Communications Plus Programs
Fees are dependent on course registration
ABP Application Fee $550.00. Term 1: $3,502.00, Term 2: $3,908.01
BMS Application Fee $200.00
IDP Application Fee $250.00. $3,908.01 per term
Part-time Studies Courses
2.2 times the publishedfee plus building fee and student activity fee
High-Tech Professional Programs
1.25 times the published fee plus building fee and student activity fee
Students studying the EPP, ABP, BMS and IDP pay the published
fee regardless of their residence status
If a student’s immigration status changes on or prior to the
refund deadline of a course, excluding EPP, ABP, BMS 6r IDP, the
differential fee will be refunded
All application/tuition fees are going to be increased effective
Aug. 1, 2002.
International Programs Refund Policy
A Full Refund of all fees paid to BClT Internationalwill be issued,
excluding the $250 non-refundable Application Fee, if a student
has been denied a Student Authorization. They must provide BClT
Internationalwith the written notification issued by Immigration
Canada no later than 30 days after the initial term start.
An 85% Tuition Fee Refund, excluding the $250 non-refundable
Application Fee and 15% Commitment Fee, will be issued when
a written request to withdraw from a program is submitted to
BClT International. This written request must be submitted to
BClT International prior to 15 calendar days before the program
commences.
A 50% Tuition Fee Refund, excluding the $250 non-refundable
Application Fee and the 15% Commitment Fee, will be issued
when a written request to withdraw from a program is submitted
to BCIT International 14 calendar days prior to the program
commencement date and up to and including the withdrawal
deadline date.
No refund will be issued after the refund deadline date.
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COMPUTING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing.bcit.ca
We are proud of almost 200 individual courses that we offer
every term, most for credit and many applicable to associate
certificate, certificate, diploma and bachelor of technology
credential programs that you can complete through Part-time
Studies at BCIT.
Most of our courses are 12 weeks in length but we also offer
many six-week courses and some individual courses are as short as
one day. We offer some courses on weekends and early mornings
to provide additional flexibility. New courses are added and
existing courses updated constantly in accordance with industry
needs. In addition to our normal part-time courses, we offer a
selection of full-time industry driven High-Tech Professional
programs (HTP) that run on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
pm. from six months to a year. Our goal is to provide educational
experiences to help you gain confidence and build competence in
the exciting and rapidly changing world of computer technology.
Please visit our Web site at w.computing.bcit.ca for complete
course and program details.
~ o m p ~ t Systems
er
~echnoiogyCredential Programs
Students who have been or are contemplating taking individual
courses are encouraged to enrol in a credential program. To do
this, select a program of study, then complete and submit an
Application for Program Approval form (available from the
Registration on the Web and Information department) to Student
Records. If your application requires any special considerations, a
program advisor can help you design an approved program to
meet your needs. See the Web site a t
www.bcit.ca/stuserv/advising or call 604-434-1610 to make an
appointment. The completed application will be reviewed and a
letter with your approved program of study will be sent to you.
You will still need to register in each individual course even
though you have been approved for an entire program. Be sure
to register early to avoid disappointment as some sections are
filled two months in advance. Please note that simply taking
courses identified as part of a credential does not mean you will
be awarded the credential, you must obtain formal program
approval. You may apply to all of our programs at any time
throughout the year.
s o c ~ c~e~ e
er ills
is associate
puter users wanting
to obtain or upgrade software-related skills. The aim is to provide
confidence in a variety of work environments by using popular
productivity tools on an MS Windows-based computer. The
curriculum may be modified in accordance with market trends in
industry. A minimum of 21 credits, chosen from the Mandatory
and Electives lists below, are required. All of these courses must
be completed within a five-year period.
Mandatory courses
Credits
COMP 1002
MS Windows XP
3.0
or
COMP 1007
Understanding Windows
(no longer offered)
1.5
COMP 1261
MS Excel Level 1
COMP 1262
MS Excel Level 2
1.5
COMP 1266
MS Word Level 1
1.5
COMP 1267
MS Word Level 2
1.5
1.5
COMP 1270
MS Access Level 1
COMP 1281
MS PowerPoint Level 1
1.5
COMP 1831
MS FrontPage Website Creation
1.5
ives
P 1250
Crystal Reports Level 1
1.5
COMP 1251
Crystal Reports Level 2
1.5
COMP 1228
MS Outlook Level 1
1.5
COMP 1255
Computerized Accounting
3.0
COMP 1245
ACCPAC General Ledger
I.5
COMP 1246
ACCPAC A/R and A/P
I.5
COMP 1271
MS Access Level 2
1.5
COMP 1282
MS PowerPoint Level 2
1.5
COMP 1832
Introduction to Web Hosting
1.5
N Administrat~on
Associate C e ~ ~ f i c ain
t eL
This program is designed for those working or seeking
ernptoyrnent to specify, install, operate and administer PC-based
Local Area and Wide Area Networks. The program consists of
seven courses (21 credits). The application for Certification and
the last five courses must be completed within a two-year period.
The curriculum may be modified in accordance with market
trends in industry.
Prerequisite: Associate Certificate in Office Computer Skills, or
equivalent knowledge. Specific prerequisite knowledge is also
required for individual courses.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
COMP 2705
Telecommunication Concepts
3.01
COMP 2665
Local Area Network Theory
3.0
The following 5 courses must be completed
within a two-year period:
COMP 2630
Novel1 Netware
3.0
COMP 3700
Network Server Administration
3.0
COMP 3705
Topics In Network Security
3.0
COMP 3665
Advanced Network Design
3.0
COMP 4666
LAN Internetworking
3.0
Associate Certificate in Java ~ r o g ~ a ~ ~ i n g
This program is designed for current experienced programmers
seeking to upgrade their skills to include Java programming. A
minimum of 21 credits, chosen from the Mandatory and
Electives lists below, are required. The program consists of five
mandatory courses and two elective courses. All of these courses
must be completed within a five-year period. The curriculum
may be modified in accordance with market trends in industry.
Prerequisite: Associate Certificate in Office Computer Skills,
or equivalent knowledge. Each course also has prerequisite
knowledge.
Special Note: You must be an experienced programmer who
understands objects and who knows how to write code and
compile software in an advanced Object Oriented Programming
Language such as C or C++.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
MMSD 3610
JavaProgramming 1
3.0
MMSD 3620
Java Programming 2
3.0
MMSD4610
JavaObject-OrientedApplication Design 3.0
MMSD4620
Database Connectivityfor Java
3.0
MMSD4690
Java Practicum
3.0
Electives
MMSD4630
JavaComponent Frameworks
3.0
MMSD4640
Java Media Frameworks
3.0
MMSD4650
Internetworkingwith Java
3.0
Note: All MMSD 47XX series courses have been removed from
the electives list.
Associate Certificates in E-Business*
E-Business is not just a technology change, but a new way of
doing business. Executives are looking to their IT organizations to
realize this transformation in how business is conducted. The
impact of the personal computer pales in comparison to the
impact that e-Business will have on the success of corporations in
the coming years. In response to the rapid manner in which
electronic business technologies have revolutionized the way
business is conducted, BCIT is offering a new and focused series
of part-time e-Business specific courses that lead toward an
Associate Certificates in e-Business.
Entrance Requirements
English 12 (C+ or better average) or equivalent.
College diploma or university degree from either a business or
computing discipline.
Two years of business experience in IT projects or with database,
business and systems architecture.
*Changes to course names and requirements for both e-Business
Associate Certificates are pending approval.
Associate Certificate In Web Project Management
This program is designed for information technology and
business professionalswho have some experience in the design
and development of custom applications. Students graduating
from this program will be ready to lead and implement eBusiness projects using proven methodologies and tools. The
program course components include project management,
business process design, site map planning, application and data
models, user interface design, application development and
application integration.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
COMP 1040
Web Project Management
3.0
COMP 1041
Web Process Design
3.0
COMP 1042
Fundamentalse-Business Site
Map Planning
COMP 1043
Fundamentals e-Business
Application & Data Model
3.0
COMP 1044
Fundamentalse-Business User
Interface Design
COMP 1047
Fundamentals e-Business
Application Integration
3.0
COMP 2820
Cold Fusion Web Application
Development
3.0
Associate Certifkate Web Programmers
This program has been designed for students interested in
pursuing a dynamic career developing software for e-Business
applications. Students will begin the program with introductory
courses in Programming Concepts and Methods and Web
Programming and Scripting. Building upon the previous
foundational courses, students will be offered instruction in C,
C++ and Java Programming, an introduction to Mark-up
Languages and an overview of Cold Fusion architecture and its
features.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
COMP 1401
Programming Concepts/Methods
3.0
COMP 2425
C Programming Language 1
3.0
COMP 3425
C Programming Language 2
3.0
COMP 3475
C++ for C Programmers
3.0
MMSD 3610
Java Programming 1
3.0
COMP 1070
Introduction to Web
Programming/Scripting
3.0
COMP 2820
Cold Fusion Web
Application Development
3.0
COMP 2899
XML for Web Application Development 3.0
Associate Certificate in Computer Foundations
This Associate Certificate is designed for those wanting to obtain
a comprehensive understanding of the computing technologies
fundamental core areas including programming languages,
systems development, computer architecture and operating
systems, computer communication, and database. Students will
be able to compete for entry-level programming jobs upon
completion of this program. These are intensive courses that are
equivalent to taking four or more courses at one time. You are
advised not to take any other courses at the same time as a
Foundation course. Please note that you must already be a
programmer and understand how to write structured code
before starting COMP 2653. This credential is designed primarily
for those students looking for quick entry into the CST Bachelor
of Technology program.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
COMP 2653
Computer Systems
Technology Foundation 1
12.0
COMP 3653
Computer Systems Technology
Foundation 2
9.0
COMP 3663
Computer Systems Technology
16.0
Foundation 3
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s
rtunity
t e a series
of credential programs, ultimately leading to a Bachelor of
Technology in Computer Systems. In these laddered credential
programs, the first two associate certificates, Introductory
Programming (iP) and Information Systems (CIS) may be taken
simultaneously. These two credentials share the first three
mandatory courses, COMP 1401, COMP 1450 and COMP 2615.
These two credentials both could be completed in less than two
years simply by taking one to two courses per term, including
the summer sessions.
We recommend that you complete these two associate
certificates before moving on the Certificate of Technology (COT)
and then the Diploma, and finally, the Bachelor of Technology, a
post-CST Diploma degree, the highest credential available
through Part-time Studies.
Associate Certificate in ~ n t r o d M c Pro
t~~~
This program is designed for those working in or seeking
employment in the information systems industry. Holders of this
credential may find work as entry level programmers. The
program consists seven courses (a minimum of 21 credits),
chosen from the Mandatory and Electives lists below. All of these
courses must be completed successfully within a five year period.
The curriculum may be modified in accordance with market
trends in industry. Prerequisite: Associate Certificate in Office
Computer Skills, or equivalent knowledge. Each course also has
prerequisite knowledge detailed on the Web site at
www.computing. bcit.ca.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
3.0
COMP 1401
Programming Concepts/Methods
COMP 1450
PASCAL Programming Language
3.0
COMP 151O* Programming Methods
3.0
COMP 2615** Systems Analysis and Design 1
3.0
* Pending approval
** Replaces COMP 1615 - Introduction to Software Engineering
pending approval
Electives
COMP 1457
Delphi Programming Language
3.0
COMP 1499
Visual Basic Level 1
3.0
COMP 2499
Visual Basic Level 2
3.0
COMP 3499
Visual Basic Level 3
3.0
3.0
COMP 2425
C Programming 1
COMP 3425
C Programming 2
3.0
COMP 4425
C Programming 3
3.0
COMP 3670
Understanding Objects
3.0
COMP 3475
C++ for C Programmers
3.0
COMP 4475
C++ Programming 2
3.0
Note: Students are advised not to take two different
programming languages a t the same time. Please complete Level
1 courses first, and then complete Level 2 before Level 3. You
must complete COMP 1401 before starting COMP 1450. These
two courses are now offered in an accelerated 6 week format to
allow completion of both courses in one term.
Associate Ce
In ~
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o
~
~nfor~at~on
d for those working in or seeking
This program
employment in the information systems industry in systems
analysis or as general business analysts. The curriculum may be
modified in accordance with market trends in industry. A
minimum of 21 credits, chosen from the Mandatory and
Electives (three must be non-computer courses) listed below, are
required. All of these courses must be completed within a fiveyear period. Prerequisite: Associate Certificate in Office Computer
Skills, or equivalent knowledge. Each course also has prerequisite
knowledge.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
COMP 1401
Programming Concepts/Methods
3.0
COMP 1450
PASCAL Programming Language
3.0
COMP 151O* Programming Methods
3.0
COMP 2615** Systems Analysis and Design 1
3.0
* Pending approval
** Replaces COMP 1615 - Introduction to Software Engineering
pending approval
Electives
Credits
COMP 1113
Applied Mathematics
4.0
COMP 1262
Microsoft Excel 2
1.5
COMP 1271
Microsoft Access 2
1.5
COMP 2120
Discrete Mathematics
5.5
COMP 3615
Systems Analysis and Design 2
3.0
FMCT 1100
Accounting 1
4.0
FMCT 2100
Accounting 2
5.5
COMM 1103
lntro to Business & Technical
Communication
3.0
COMM 2215 Business Communication 2
5.5
Note: Students are advised to complete Level 1 courses first, and
then complete Level 2 before Level 3. You must complete COMP
1401 before starting COMP 1450. These two courses are now
offered in an accelerated 6 week format to allow completion of
both courses in one term.
C e ~ i f ~ cof
a t~~e c h n o l ~
The Certificate of Technology has been designed as the
intermediate step toward the Computer Systems Technology
Diploma. When combined with the two associate certificates,
Introductory Programming and Introductory Computer
Information Systems, the COT is comparable to completion of
the first year of the full-time CST Diploma program. A total of 75
credits must be completed in order to qualify for the COT and all
of these courses must be completed successfully within a five
year period. The curriculum may be modified in accordance with
market trends in industry.
Prerequisite: Associate Certificate in’office Computer Skills, or
equivalent knowledge. Each course also has prerequisite
knowledge. We recommend that you complete the Associate
Certificates in Introductory Programming and Introductory
Computer Information Systems prioi to starting the COT.
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o
Mandatory Courses
Credits
lntro to Business and
COMM 1163
3.0
Technical Communication
5.5
Business Communication 2
COMM 221 5
4.0
Applied Mathematics
COMP 1113
3.0
Delphi Programming Language
COMP 1457
3.0
MS Visual Basic Level 1
COMP 1499
4.0
Discrete Mathematics
COMP 21 20
3.0
C Programming Level I
COMP 2425
3.0
Systems Analysis and Design 1
COMP 261 5
5.5
Computer Organization/Architecture
COMP 2720
3.0
C Programming Level 2
COMP 3425
3.0
Systems Analysis and Design 2
COMP 3615
3.0
Understanding Objects
COMP 3670
4.0
Accounting 1
FMGT 1100
5.5
Accounting 2
FMGT 2100
Electives
4.0
BLAW 31 00* Business Law
1.5
Working with Linux - Basics
COMP 1030
1.5
Working with Linux - Intermediate
COMP 1032
1.5
MS Excel Level 2
COMP 1262
1.5
MS Word Level 2
COMP 1267
3.0
MS Project XP Complete**
COMP 1285
1.5
MS Access Level 2
COMP 1271
3.0
MS Visual Basic Level 2
COMP 2499
3.0
Computer Organization/Architecture
COMP 2720
3.0
C++ for C Programmers
COMP 3475
3.0
Visual Basic Level 3
COMP 3499
Introduction to Data Communications 4.0
COMP 3721
3.0
C Programming 3
COMP 4425
3.0
C++ Programming 2
COMP 4475
3.0
Introduction to MS SQL Server
COMP 4663
3.5
COMP 4730** Topics in Operating Systems
4.0
lntro to PC Hardware
ELEX 2865
4.0
Organizational Behaviour*
ORGB 2105
* Available in classroom or via distance
** Pending approval
Computer Systems Technology Diploma
The Computer Systems Technology Diploma builds upon the
skills and knowledge developed in the Certificate of Technology
(COT). The diploma will be granted upon completion of an
approved program of study consisting of a minimum of 63
additional credits over and above the COT. These 63 credits may
not duplicate any courses credited to the Certificate of
Technology (COT). The curriculum may be modified in
accordance with market trends in industry. Prerequisite: Associate
Certificate in Office Computer Skills, or equivalent knowledge.
Each course also has prerequisite knowledge. Please complete the
Associate Certificates in Introductory Programming and
Introductory Computer Information Systems plus the Certificate
of Technology prior to applying for the diploma program.
.
Credits
Mandatory Courses
4.0
BLAW 3100
Business Law
3.0
Visual Basic Level 2
COMP 2499
3.0
Local Area Network Theory
COMP 2665
4.0
Relational Database systems*
COMP 271 1
3.0
C++ for C Programmers
COMP 3475
3.0
COMP 3665
Advanced Network Design
4.0
lntro to Data Communications
COMP 3720
3.5
COMP 3730
Operating System Concepts*
4.0
Calculus
COMP 3751
3.0
COMP 4425
C Programming 3
3.0
COMP 4475
C++ Programming 2
3.0
Introduction to MS SQL Server
COMP 4663
3.0
COMP 4666
LAN Internetworking
3.0
COMP 4840
Client/Server Computing
4.0
ELEX 2865
lntro to PC Hardware
4.0
ORGB 2105
Organizational Behaviour**
* Pending Approval
** Available in classroom or distance
Electives
COMP 1030
Working with Linux - Basics
Working with Linux - Intermediate
COMP 1032
MS Excel Level 2
COMP 1262
MS Project XP Complete*
COMP 1285
MS Project Level 2
COMP 1264
COMP 1271
MS Access 2
HTML and the Worldwide Web
COMP 1820
FrontPage Web site Creation
COMP 1831
Introduction to Web Hosting
COMP 1832
COMP 2630
NOVELL Netware
Visual Basic Level 3
COMP 3499
COMP 3635
CASE Technology
UNlX Workshop Level 1
COMP 3645
COMP 3700
Network Server Administration
Topics in Network Security
COMP 3705
MMSD 3620
JAVA Programming 2
JAVA Object-OrientedDesign
MMSD 461 0
MMSD 4620
JAVA Database Connectivity
* Pending Approval
1.5
1.5
1.5
3.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
[email protected]
604-432-8465
www.cstbtech. bcitsa
For more information on this degree program, please see page 7.
Computer Systems Technology Courses
Note: Course Fees do not normally include texts or supplies.
Software purchases may be required in some courses. Most
courses require that texts or supplies be purchased during the
first session of the course.
Prerequisites: Students are responsible for ensuring that they
have completed all identified prerequisites before registering for
a course. To ensure the most rewarding and positive educational
experience, please review these prerequisites carefully to make
sure that you have the right background to successfully complete
the course. Instructors will not cover material from lower level
courses and if you do not have the prerequisite knowledge, you
are unlikely to pass that course, wasting both your time and
money. To help avoid this situation and to ensure that students
do have the prerequisite knowledge, we will be instituting pretests in many courses. If you do not pass the pre-test given
during the first class, your instructor will ask you to transfer to a
more appropriate level course. Please do not take a seat from
someone better prepared to complete a course and make sure
that you have selected a course appropriate to your skill level. We
reserve the right to limit enrolment to students who have the
required perquisites and who are adequately prepared to handle
the material presented.
English: All students must be able to communicate English a t a
B.C. high school Grade 12 level or better. Students who do not
have both oral and written English skills a t a B.C. high school
Grade 12 level should obtain those skills before attempting to
take any Computer Systems Technology courses a t BCIT. Please
see the Pre-entry Communicationsection of this flyer for
complete details. Before you can enrol in a Pre-entry
Communication course, your English skills must be assessed to
ensure that you are placed in the communicationcourse
appropriate for your present English skills. Please enrol in COMM
0009, Communication Placement Test, to write a two-hour
assessment to determine your eligibility for registration in a Preentry Communicationcourse.
Note: COMP 1010,101 5, and 1020 are no longer offered. The
material previously covered in these courses is now covered in
the Excel, Word, and Access courses and are available in either
classroom or self-guided learning formats. Please see the Office
Computer Applications and Self-Guided Learning sections of this
flyer for detailed course offerings and descriptions.
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing. bcit.ca
The following workshops are tailored for those who would like to
increase their efficiency in their day to day tasks. Participants will
gain a working knowledge of applications in a short period of
time. Those wishing to obtain BCIT credit for these courses will
have the option to write an exam for an additional fee. Please
note that unless you have a good prior knowledge of the
material covered, we recommend that you leave some time
between the two levels of courses. Tuition for these courses does
not include textbooks fees. These texts are available at our
downtown bookstore for $1 7.95.
COMP 0261
$175
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 1
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers fundamental principals
required to produce worksheets and workbooks. Includes using
formulae and built-in functions, editing and formatting, custom
numeric and date formatting, printing, password protection, and
special techniques to increase efficiency. Prerequisite: Working
knowledge of Windows. (non credit)
Sep 18 Wed
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38980
COMP 0264
$1 75
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 2
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers advanced topics in
spreadsheet design. Includes creating and using templates,
charts, database lists andfilters, subtotals, outlines, macros, 3D
formulae, and linking and consolidating multiple workbooks and
worksheets. Prerequisite: COMP 0261 or equivalent experience.
(non credit)
Oct 23 Wed
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38983
COMP 0266
$175
WORD FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 1
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers basic word processing topics
of styles, tabs and indents, multicolumn documents, headers and
footers, spell check, search and replace, and working with
multiple documents. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of
Windows. (non credit)
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38987
SeD 20 Fri
COMP 0267
$1 75
WORD FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 2
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers the more advanced word
processing topics such as creating Templates, using Tables and
Pictures, using Frames and Text Boxes, recording and running
Macros, using Mail Merge, customizing the Toolbar, Menus and
keyboard. Prerequisite: COMP 0266 or equivalent experience.
(non credit)
Oct 18 Fri
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38988
COMP 0269
$1 75
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 3
Intensive one day seminar. Builds on skills learned in Excel Levels
1 and 2. Discusses in greater detail more advanced topics
including creating and customizing tool bars, using styles, pivot
tables, scenarios, display options and Excel Web documents.
Includes a review of advanced formulas, templates macros and
consolidation techniques. Prerequisite: COMP 0264 or
equivalent. (non credit)
Nov27 Wed
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 64114
COMP 0271
$1 75
ACCESS FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 1
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers skills required to create a
database with multiple tables, create forms, reports and queries.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows. (non credit)
Sep 17 Tue
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38994
COMP 0272
$1 75
ACCESS FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 2
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers advanced topics in database
design such as advanced form and query creation, use of OLE to
add graphics and pictures, import and export from spreadsheet
and other database applications. Prerequisite: COMP 0271 or
equivalent experience. (non credit)
Oct22 Tue
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 38999
COMP 0279
$1 75
ACCESS FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 3
Intensive one day seminar. Builds on skills learned in Access Levels
1 ansd 2. Discusses advanced queries including parameter, action
and cross-tab queries, advanced form and report techniques.
Includes the use of macros to automate tasks and the use of
hyperlinks. Prerequisite: COMP 0272 or equivalent. (non credit)
N o v l 9 Tue
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 64934
COMP 0282
$175
POWERPOINT FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 1
Intensive one-day seminar. Introduces presentation graphics and
covers basic tools needed to produce slides, overheads and onscreen presentations. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of
Windows. (non credit)
0900-1700 1 day
DTC CRN 39000
Sep 19 Thr
COMP 0283
$1 75
POWERPOINT FOR WINDOWS LEVEL 2
Intensive one-day seminar. Covers advanced topics in
presentation design. Includes creating and adding graphs, Clip
Art, Tables and organization charts, linking information from
other programs and using built in features to create topic effects,
adding transitions, setting slide timings and creating a drill-down
document. Prerequisite: COMP 0282 or equivalent experience.
(non credit)
Oct24 Thr
0900-1700 1 dav
DTC CRN 39003
604-432-8465
www.computing.bcit.ca
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[email protected]
Computer Systems Technology, Part-time studies
(CST/PTS) is pleased to announce that as of
September 2002, we are upgrading our Microsoft
applicationsoftware to MS Office 2002, XP. Course levels of the
instructor lead Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint will be using
the professional versions of XP.
Where applicable, we are including instruction on MOUS
(Microsoft Office User Specialist) topics in specific courses. After
successfully completing Level 1 of MS Word 2002, MS Excel 2002,
MS Access 2002 and MS Powerpoint 2002, you will have learned
the topics to challenge the MS Core exams. Level 2 of MS Word
2002 and MS Excel 2002 topics include preparation for the MS
Expert exams. We will be updating all other instructor lead level 2
office application courses to include MS Expert exam preparation
as soon a Microsoft introduces those exams.
To earn the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification
for Microsoft Office or Microsoft Project, you must pass one or
more certification exams. MOUS exams provide a valid and reliable
measure of technical proficiency and expertise by evaluating your
overall comprehension of Office or Microsoft Project applications,
your ability to use their advanced features, and your ability to
integrate the Office applications with other software applications.
MOUS exams are developed and validated by industry experts and
are available a t over 9,000 iQcenters worldwide.
COMP 1002
s395
MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP
Learn all about the latest version of the Windows
(XP) operating system and how a computer works. Start from the
beginning and understand the important aspects of using a
graphic user interface (CUI). Topics include: introduction to
hardware and software, operating systems, file management,
hard disk management, troubleshooting, multiple users,
networking and security. Learn how to configure and customize
Windows XP, protectingyour system and how to set up a home
network. Understand how to set up Internet, virus protection and
firewalls. Compare Windows XP with previous versions of
Windows and other operating systems, LINUX and MAC. This
new 12 week comprehensive course replaces, COMP 0001,
1001, 1007, 1012, 1022. This course or equivalent knowledge is
a prerequisitefor any higher level COMP courses, including any
of the MS Office applications.
1830-2130 12wks DTC CRN 67152
Mon
Sep9
671 54
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
671 55
1845-2145 1 2 W k s BBY
Sep 12 Thr
671 51
1830-2130 12wks DTC
Sep 13 Fri
671 81
0900-1200 1 2 W k s BBY
Sep 14 Sat
67156
Sep 15 Sun
0900-1200 12wks DTC
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COMP 1200
$595
MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the suite of application
programs in Microsoft Office 2002 (XP): MS Word, MS Excel, MS
Access, and MS Powerpoint. By using a hands-on approach,
combined with lectures, students learn fundamental principles by
doing exercises that reinforce basic to intermediate skills.
Students learn how to create and work with documents,
spreadsheets, databases, presentations and e-mail. The goal is to
be productive immediately. Upon completion, students will have
the necessary skills to advance to MS Word Level 2 and MS Excel
Le ’ 2. (Office Version 2002). Prerequisite: COMP 1007 or
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent Windows experience.
(3 credits)
1800-2100 12 wks DTC CRN 63479
Sep 11 Wed
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
64283
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COMP 1245
$375
ACCPAC GENERAL LEDGER
Covers the general ledger system, including converting existing
systems to ACCPAC, batch transaction and printing reports.
Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 and basic
understanding of accounting principles. (1.5 credits)
Mon
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC CRN 32827
Sep 9
COMP 1246
$375
ACCPAC A/R AND A/P
Covers the entire cycle of accounts receivable and payable,
including the interface to the ACCPAC General Ledger.
Prerequisite: COMP 1245. (1.5 credits)
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC CRN 32831
Oct 28 Mon
COMP 1250
$375
CRYSTAL REPORTS LEVEL 1
Introduces report generator included with Visual Basic. Covers
extracting focused sets of data from database and spreadsheet
sources to produce reports. Topics include: report design,
organization and formatting, grouping, selecting and sorting
records, creating formulas, producing cross-tab reports, pictures,
graphs and logos, working with databases, and exporting reports
to Excel, Word, e-mail and the Web. Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or
COMP 1007. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10
*
Tue
1845-2145
6 wks
BBY CRN 60054
COMP 1251
$375
CRYSTAL REPORTS LEVEL 2
Covers intermediate level functionality to create professionallooking reports using this popular report generator. Topics
include: exporting reports to Excel, Word, e-mail, and the Web,
Conditional Formatting, Sub-reports, advanced formulas (shared
variables, ranges, group and record selection formulas),
Document Import Tool, SQL Designer Tool, Crystal Dictionaries,
and MetaCube Reports. Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP
1007 and COMP 1250. (1.5 credits)
Oct 22 Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 63482
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COMP 1255
$430
COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING
Teaches the Simply Accounting for Windows integrated package to
those with some knowledge of computing and accounting. Covers
setting up a complete set of books including C/L, accounts
receivable, accounts payable, inventory and payroll. Prerequisites:
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 and FMCT 1100. (3 credits)
Sep 12
Thr
1845-2145
12wks
BBY CRN 32832
COMP 1261
$375
MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 1
Provides comprehensive coverage of Excel 2002 (XP), a
spreadsheet program. Learn fundamental principles and practical
skills required to produce professional looking worksheets and
learn special techniques to increase efficiency. Core topics include:
cell data basics, inserting, deleting, copying and moving cells,
modifying and filtering lists, formatting cells and worksheets and
saving templates. Learn to use 3-D references, formulas and
functions, provide visuals utilizing a variety of chart types and
convert worksheets into Web pages. (Version 2002) Prerequisite:
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 64278
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6 W ~ S BBY
601 78
COMP 1262
$375
MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 2
Continues from Level 1 and covers advanced topics in
spreadsheet design using Excel 2002 (XP). Expert topics include:
importing and exporting data, using templates, workspaces, data
consolidation, conditional formatting and range names. Learn
how to audit worksheets, trace errors, and perform analytical
activities such as pivot tables. Use forms, filters and outlines and
be able to query information in your databases. Learn to increase
worksheet efficiency by use of macros. (Version 2002)
Prerequisite: COMP 1261 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Oct 22 Tue
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 33717
Oct24
Thr
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
64282
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COMP 1285
$475
MICROSOFT PROJECT XP COMPLETE
Microsoft Project 2002 (XP), is a Windows based
project management scheduling application. In this hands-on,
practical course, students build skills, develop plans and
schedules over various phases of their projects. We provide an
introduction to project management (PM) and common
methodologies. Students will learn to track deliverables and
access project information for making trade off decisions
between cost, schedule and scope. This 12 week course follows
standard project approaches using the Project Management
Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This course replaces COMP 1263
and COMP 1264. Prerequsite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or
equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 671 71
online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
COMP 1266
$375
MICROSOFT WORD LEVEL 1
UPDATED
Provides comprehensive coverage of Word 2002 (XP), a word
processing program. Learn fundamental principles and practical
skills required to produce professional looking documents. Covers
core topics such as creating, editing and formatting documents,
saving, printing and page options, headers and footers, inserting
images and general desktop publishing Hyperlinks and basic
Internet-relatedtopics will aiso be included. (Version 2002).
Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COM P1007 or equivalent.
(1.5 credits)
Sep 12
Thr
1845-2145
6 ~ k s
BBY CRN 33720
COMP 1267
$375
MICROSOFT WORD LEVEL 2
Continues from Level 1 and covers advanced topics in Word
2002 (XP). Expert topics include: creaiing templates, tables and
mail merges, using outlines and a table of contents, working
with styles, creating macros, using sections. Learn to increase
word processing efficiency by practicing general time-saving
features. (Version 2002). Prerequisite: COMP 1268 or COMP
1266. (1.5 credits).
Oct24
Thr
1845-2145
6WkS
BBY CRN 33719
COMP 1270
$375
MICROSOFT ACCESS LEVEL 1
Provides an overview of Access 2002 (XP), a database program
and its object-orientedapproach to relational database
management. Learn fundamental and principals to acquire
practical skills to produce simple, efficient and functional
databases. Core topics include: database design, creation of
tables, queries, forms, reports and relationships. Provides the
experience and skills necessary to create a database with multiple
tables, create forms, reports and queries. (Version 2002)
Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent
knowledge. (1.5 credits)
Mon
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC CRN 3601 1
Sep 9
5ep 11 Wed
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
33722
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6wks
BBY
64279
COMP 1271
$375
MICROSOFT ACCESS LEVEL 2
Continues from Level 1 and provides skills to use advanced
features of the basic Access 2002 (XP) database objects. Expert
topics include: normalization, look up lists, action queries, OLE
technology, macros and switchboards. form and query creation.
Includes use of OLE to add graphs and pictures from other
applications. Learn how to increase efficiency and how to import
and export from spreadsheets and other database application
packages. (Version 2002) Prerequisite: COMP 1270. (1.5 credits)
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 33721
Oct23 Wed
Oct 24 Thr
1845-2145 6wks
BBY
63978
Oct28 Mon
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC
36012
Fall 2002 Part-time Stuches
COMP 1281
$375
UPDATED
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT LEVEL 1
Provides a comprehensive introduction to PowerPoint 2002 (XP),
a presentation graphics program. Learn fundamental principles
and practical skills required to produce professional looking
presentations easily and quickly. Practice the use of innovative
and easy to use tools. Covers core topics such as creating,
editing and formatting and printing presentations. Learn the
basic tools needed to produce on-screen presentation, Web
presentation, and black/white/colour overheads, or slides.
(Version 2002) Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or
equivalent.
Set, 9
Mon
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 33827
COMP 1282
$375
UPDATED
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT LEVEL 2
Continues from Level 1 and covers advanced topics in PowerPoint
2002 (XP) presentation design. Expert topics include: completing
an on-screen presentation with clip art, tables, graphs,
organization charts, action buttons and sound. Learn how to link
to other applications such as MS Word and MS Excel, as well as
linking to Web sites. Increase efficiency by practicing general
time-saving features. Finalize the presentation by adding special
effects such as slide transitions and custom animations. (Version
2002) Prerequisite: COMP 1281 or COMP 1278 or equivalent.
Oct28 Mon
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 33828
[email protected]
604-432-8465
www.computing.bcit.ca
The following courses are held on Tuesday mornings at the
Downtown campus. No lectures are given, but an instructor is
available in the classroom. Students work a t their own pace,
either in our classroom or at a place of their own choosing.
Registration for any of these courses will be accepted until
September 16 and courses must be completed by December 6.
COMP 1008
$295
MS WINDOWS 1
Guided self-learning and pacing. Covers basic operations such as
the Start Menu. Explains and uses the Task Bar, the Graphical
User Interfaces (CUI), My Computer and Explorer. Covers topics
on create, copy, move, rename and delete. Explores running
multiple programs and customizing the Windows environment.
Successful completion of the course provides the student with a
feeling of confidence in the Windows environment. (1.5 credits)
Seo 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 Wks DTC CRN 38714
COMP 1256
$295
M S ACCESS DEVELOPMENT ON THE WEB
Guided self-learning and pacing. Covers the principals of
developing an interactive Web-enabled database with Access
2002. Covers e-Commerce database and data drive Web sites.
No prior HTML and programming skills are required.
Prerequisites: COMP 1276 and 1277 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 64931
COMP 1257
$295
MS ACCESS DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 1 PART 1
Guided self-learning and pacing. Covers the process of designing
applications using MS Access 2002. Explores the built-in data
design features such as event properties, custom menus, macros
and an introduction to VBA programming. Also covers advanced
topics using reports, subreports, subforms, tab control, list boxes,
combo boxes and built-in functions. Prerequisites: COMP 1276
and COMP 1277 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 64930
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COMP 1258
$295
MS EXCEL LEVEL 1
Covers the same material as COMP 1261 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1008 or
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 38719
COMP 1259
$295
MS EXCEL LEVEL 2
Covers the same material as COMP 1262 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1258 or
COMP 1261. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 38884
COMP 1268
$295
MS WORD LEVEL 1
Covers the same material as COMP 1266 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1008 or
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007. (1.5 credits)
Seo 10
Tue
0900-1200
COMP 1269
M I WORD LEVEL 2
12 wks
DTC CRN 38718
5295
Covers the same material as COMP 1267 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. COMP 1268 or COMP
1266. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 38899
COMP 1276
5295
MS ACCESS 1
Covers the same material as COMP 1270 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1008 or
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 38716
5295
MS ACCESS 2
Covers the same material as COMP 1271 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1270 or
COMP 1276. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12wkS DTC CRN 38885
COMP 1277
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
COMP 1278
$295
MS POWERPOINT 1
Covers the same material as COMP 1281 but uses a guided selflearning and pacing delivery format. Prerequisite: COMP 1008 or
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 63480
COMP T279
$295
MS POWERPOINT 2
Guided self-learning and pacing. Covers advanced topics in
presentation design. Includes creating and adding graphics,
clipart, table and organization charts, linking information from
other products such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
Covers using the build feature to create topic effects, adding
transitions for special effects, setting slide timings and creating
drill-down documents. (Version 2002) Prerequisite: COMP 1281
or COMP 1278. (1.5 credits)
Ser, 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 63481
COMP 1280
$295
MS ACCESS DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 1 - PART 2
Guided self-learning and pacing. Covers the process of designing
applications using MS Access 2002. Explores relationships, one to
many, many to many, one to one, referential integrity, cascade
update, and cascade delete rules. Other topics include action
queries, SQL pass-through queries, data definition queries, from,
where, order by, join and union. Features the built-in data design
features such as event properties, macros and an introduction to
VBA programming. Prerequisites: COMP 1276 and COMP 1277
or COMP 1257 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Set, 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 WkS DTC CRN 67031
COMP 1284
$295
M S PROJECT 2002
Guided self-learning and pacing. This course covers some of the
most important topics of Project 2002, including planning a
project, creating a project schedule, communicating project
information, using critical path, assigning resources, and tracking
project progress. Prerequisite: COMP 1008 or COMP 1002 or
COMP 1007 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Seo 10 Tue
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 67032
COMP 2058
$295
INSIDE MS WINDOWS 2
Expands on COMP 1008 or COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 to
provide more in-depth Windows knowledge. Covers searching
for files and data, working with MS Paint, object linking and
embedding, media player, understanding the clipboard,
managing the printer, plug and play, fonts, network
neighbourhood, and disk maintenance. Prerequisite: COMP 1008
or COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent. (1.5 credits)
Seo 10
Tue
0900-1200
12 wks
DTC CRN 60085
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.cornputing.bcit.ca
COMP 1401
$395
PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS/METHODS
Introduces the principles and concepts of computer
programming. Covers standard problem analysis tools: flow
charting, Nassi-Schneiderman, decision tables, systems analysis,
flow charts, structure charts, and database management. This is a
prerequisite for all Part-time Studies systems and programming
courses and must be completed before taking any advanced
systems or programming colirses. Prerequisites: COMP 1002 or
COMP 1007, or equivalent plus an ability to use a word
processor, spreadsheets and databases. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
0600-0900 12 wks DTC CRN 61727
60863
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 l 2 w k s BBY
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32796
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 72wks BBY
32794
Now also offered in an accelerated format to permit completion
of COMP 1401 and 1450 in one term:
Sep 10 Tue & Thr 1845-2145 6 wks
BBY
67033
COMP 1402
$430
PROCRAMMING CONCEPTS AND
METHODS DISTANCE EDUCATION
Covers the principles and concepts of computer programming
theory in Distance Education format for those intending to
become involved in computer systems and/or programming.
Learning outcome and credits are the same as COMP 1401.
Prerequisite: COMP 10025 or COMP 1007 or equivalent
knowledge. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
24wks DIS CRN 60055
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$395
PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS AND
METHODS ONUNE
Covers the principles ‘and concepts of computer programming
theory in an online format for those intending to become
involved in computer systems and/or programming. Learning
outcome and credits are the same as COMP 1401, Prerequisite:
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent knwvledge. (3 credits)
Seo9
Mon
12 wks Online CRN 67034
COMP 1435
$395
DATABASE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 1
Covers the elementary programmingfeatures of dBASE, FOXPRO
and CLIPPER (all versions), including development of a menudriven system. Software not provided for take home, Prerequisite:
COMP 1401, (3 credits)
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32823
Sep 13 Fri
COMP 1450
$395
PASCAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
This is an intensive course with a high workload. It covers the
entire PASCAL instruction set, topics include characteristics and
advantages of structured and modular programming. Students
who understand general programming principles, learn to read
and write structured programs in PASCAL. This course is the
foundation for all higher level programming courses at BClT and
we strongly recommend that you complete COMP 1401 prior to
starting this course. Compiler not provided. Prerequisite: COMP
1401 or equivalent knowledge. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32839
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
32840
Sep 15 Sun
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
61698
Now also offered in an accelerated format to permit completion
of COMP 1401 and COMP 1450 in one term:
Oct 22 Tue & Thr 1845-2145
6 wks BBY
67035
COMP 1457
$395
DELPHI PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
Presents modern principles of programming and programming
methodologies using the advanced modern visual language,
Delphi. Students write programs that are readable, reusable and
easy to maintain. Prerequisites: COMP 1401and COMP 1450.
(3 credits)
Ser, 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 60237
COMP 1510-$595
PROGRAMMING METHODS
Introduces modern principles of programming methodologies in
writing programs that are readable, well structured, and easy t o
maintain. A prelude to all future Full-time systems and
programming courses. Intendedfor students considering direct
entry into either Levels 2 or 3 of the full-time program.
Prerequisite: COMP 1450 or equivalent. Prerequisite: COMP
1450 or equivalent. (5 credits)
Sep 9
Mon & Fri 1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67036
COMP 2425
$395
C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 1
Introduces Level 1 programming in C language including data
types, control constructs and syntax. Also discusses the
language’s evolution into C++. Compiler not provided.
Prerequisite: COMP 1450. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1830-2130 12 wks DTC CRN 32809
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
64140
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12wkS BBY
32808
Sep 13 Fri
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
65936
COMP 2525
$595
INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT ORIENTED
PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA
Students learn to develop applications with the Javalanguage
using the Object Oriented Paradigm. Focus is on problem solving,
proper Object Oriented Programming techniques, and clear
coding style. The three fundamentals of OOP are covered: data
abstraction and encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
Basic Javais explored including interfaces, exception handling,
and user interfaces. Several Javapackages are examined including
java.io, java.awt, and others. Students will become familiar with
many classes and learn to search for useful classes. Prerequisite:
Familiarity with a programming language. COMP 1450 and
COMP 1535 and COMP 1510. (5.5 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
18452130 12 wks BBY CRN 67039
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1145 12wkS BBY
COMP 3425
$395
C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 2
Continues from COMP 2425. Covers development and use of
program libraries and software tools in the C environment.
Compiler not provided. Prerequisite: COMP 2425. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY. CRN 32864
Sep 12 Thr
1830-2130 12 wks DTC
67049
Sep 13 Fri
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
33850
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COMP 3475
$395
C++ FOR C PROGRAMMERS
Emphasizes the object-oriented(00) features of C++, abstract
data types, and C++ use in implementing 00 designs. 00
technology has emerged as a leading trend in software
development, and C++ (the successor to C) as the dominant
language for its realization. Prerequisite: COMP 3425 and COMP
3670. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Sep 12
Sep 13
Tue
Thr
Fri
1845-2145
1845-2145
1845-2145
12 wks
12 WkS
12 WkS
BBY CRN 32865
BBY
32866
BBY
64362
COMP 3489
$495
C# FOR C++ OR JAVA PROCRAMMERS
This language is being promoted by Microsoft a5
the premier development language for their .NET framework.
The Janguage also sjmplifies the creation and use of CQM+
objects- simplifying the task of creating components for Windows
based applications. C# was designed ts have a familiar syntax for
C++ or Javaprogrammers, this course t a b advantage of this
fact to concentrate on the ,NET framework an8 the creation of
usable graphical user interfaces The course will also explore
server-side C# programs which, through auto-generated XML,
simplKy the creation of Web-based applications, Prerquisik
COMP 3475, (3 credits)
Sep10 Tue
1845-2145 12wkr BBY CRN 67051
COMP 3670
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object model, and realworld problsms using object-oriented
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-12
Thr
1845-2145 l2wks BBY CRN 32W9
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COMP 4425
$392
C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 3
Designed for programmers who want to learn more about
advanced C programming techniques, and to write carefully
constructed, readable programs, high-quality, error-free software.
Prerequisite: COMP 3425. (3 credits)
Sep 13
Fri
1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 32851
COMP 4475
$395
C++ PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 2
Covers elements and collaborations of classes, inheritance, class
re-use, collection classes, class libraries, error handling, memory
management design patterns, and use of iostream library.
Prerequisite: COMP 3475. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 38452
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing.bcit.ca
COMP 2615
$395
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 1
Covers the concepts, skills,'methodologies, techniques and tools
essential for systems analysts to develop information systems.
Covers the first four steps of the software development life cycle
(project initiation and selection, project planning, analysis and
logical design) using the waterfall methodology. The software
development life cycle is completed in COMP 3615. Prerequisite:
COMP 1401. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue & Thr 1845-2145
6 wks BBY CRN 67040
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 12wks DTC
60065
Oct 22 Tue & Thr 1845-2145
6 wks BBY
67195
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing.bcit.ca
Before starting on the Windows Programming stream, you must
have a good understanding of the programming concepts and
methods presented in COMP 1401. It is expected that you take
COMP 1401 before proceeding to COMP 1499, VB level 1. You
must understand and know how to progrqm in Visual Basic
before taking COMP 2499, VB Level 2. COMP 3499, VB Level 3,
covers more advanced VB Programming.
COMP 1292
6475
ACCESS DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 1
Covers the process of designing applications using MS Access
2002. Explores the built-in data design features such as event
properties, custom menus, macros and an introduction to VBA
programming. Also covers advanced topics including using
reports, subreports, subforms, tab control, list boxes, combo
boxes and built-in functions. Prerequisites: COMP 1270 and
COMP 1271 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 13 Fri
1845-2145 12 wks' BBY CRN 61695
COMP 1401
$395
PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS/METHODS
See details in the programming and languages section. A new
online version is now available. This course should be completed
prior to starting COMP 1499.
COMP 149p
$475
VISUAL BASIC LEVEL 1 (INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING)
Designed for students with no previous programming
experience. Continues from COMP 1401. Covers the use of VB
Integrated Development Environment to design VB screens and
write functional VB code. Covers data types, variables and
constants, arrays, programming structures, subs and functions,
CUI design using VB intrinsic controls, implementing event
procedures, tracing and debugging. Replaces COMP 1495.
Prerequisites: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent
knowledge and COMP 1401. (3 credits)
Sep 1.3
Sep 14
Sep14
Fri
Sat
Sat
1845-2145
12 W~.S
BBY CRN 65681
1300-1600
12wks
BBY
64926
64925
COMP 2292
6475
ACCESS REVELOPM€NT LEVEL 2
Builds on the topics covered in Access Development Level 1.
The course explores and work with VBA (Visual Basic for
ppplications), Data Access Objects (DAO), and handling user
input. Discusses Events, Modules, Procedures and Structures,
error handling, advanced report programming, and looping
through recordsets. Prerequisites: COMP 1292 and COMP 1401
or equivalent experience. (3 credits)
'Sep12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61700
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COMP 3615
$395
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 2
Continues from COMP 2615. Finishes stepping through the
software development life cycle by completing physical design,
implementation and maintenance. Introduces other development
methodologies and techniques including rapid application
development, object oriented analysis and design and CASE
tools. Prerequisite: COMP 2615. (3 credits)
Oct 22 Tue & Thr 1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 38944
COMP 4663
$395
INTRODUCTION TO MS SQL SERVER
Covers application development and administrationusing MS
SQL Server as the database engine. Topics include SQL Server
Installation, System Architecture, Database Devices, Managing
Databases, Transact-SQL, Using Indexes, Views, Stored
Procedures, Triggers and Backup/Restore. Prerequisite: COMP
2711 or equivalent experience. (3 credits)
Tue
Wed
1845-2145
0900-1200
12 wks BBY CRN 61709
12wks -DTC
66081
604432-8465
www.computing. bcit.ca
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COMP 3473
$595
MS VHUAL BASIC DEVELOPMENT
FOR N-TIER APPLICATIONS
€overs using VBScript, lavascript, ASP, VB, ADO, MS SQL,
DHTML, CSS and CQM+ to develop component based, n-tier
systems in a W2K, MS
mU&t be able to code
structures. A basic un
required. Prerequisite.
Oct 21 Mon-Fri 0900-1700
COMP 2711
$695
RELATIONAL DATABASE SYSTEMS
Covers relati-onaldatabase technology, including basic concepts,
relational algebra, enhanced entity-relationshipdata modeling,
functional dependencies and normalization, design methodology,
SQL query language (DDL and DML), views, security and
transaction management. Students design and implement a
database application using both a desktop and server RpBMS.
Also covers current database trends including replication, objectrelational DBMS, data warehousing and OLAP. Prerequisites:
COMM 1103, COMP 2615 and COMP 3615. (6.5 credits)
Sep9
Mon Sr
1830-2145 12wks BBY CRN 67042
Wed
Sep 10
Sep 11
COMP 2450
$475
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
USING VHUAL BASIC
This course is designed to provide students with an introduction
to the Visual Basic for Applications progradming language (VBA).
VBA allows you to customize applications such as MS Word,
Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, and is the programming
environment for MS Access. This 'kustomization" enables
developers tci tailor application to meet specific business needs,
increase productivity+and reduce end-user training. Prerequisite:
COMP 1200 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks EBY CRN 67038
COMP 2489
$475
VISUAL BASIC LEVEL 2 (INT€RMEDIATE PROGRAMMING)
Continues from CQMP 1499. Covers creating applications using
complex GUI and object oriented programming. Includes CUI
advanced controls Crab and Grid), collections and user defined
types, sequential and random access files, e m r handling and
Isgging, OLE, Q 6 P concepts, COM components, system
architecture, classes, abjects, interfaces, creating and raising
customs @wnts4
Wndows API. ReplacesCQMP 2495.
Prerequisite: CQMP 1499. (3 credits)
Sep 13 Fri
1845-2145 12 W ~ S BEY CRN 65019
Sap 14 Sat
09W-1200 12 W ~ S BBY
64922
Sep14 Sat
1300-1600 12wks BBY
64921
COMP 3499
6475
VISUAL BASIC LEVEL 3
Continues from COMP 2499. Covers designing and building
applications, interface design, objects and instances, event driven
programming, creating and using controls, building menus,
subroutines and functions, creating ActiveX controls, multiple
document interface (MDI), accessing databases with databound
controls and the SQL language, interacting with the environment, OLE. Replaces COMP 3495. Prerequisites: COMP 1499 and
COMP 2499. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 65021
Sep 14 Sat
1300-1600 12wks BBY
65022
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[email protected]
COMP 2630
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$392
NOVELL NETWARE
Provides a complete overview of the Netware 5 operating
system. Selection of equipment, Netware installation, and system
administration responsibilitiesare discussed. Prerequisites: COMP
1002 or COMP 1007 and OPMT 1188. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 32848
COMP 2665
$395
LOCAL AREA NETWORK THEORY
Develops skills to design and implement networks. Examines
details of Ethernet, Arcnet, and Token Ring. Also looks at file
server selections, cable and media installation, performance
issues and managing problems. Prerequisites: COMP 1002 or
COMP 1007 and COMP 2705. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32846
COMP 3665
$395
ADVANCED NETWORK DESIGN
Covers theory and market implementation of higher speed
network protocols (1OOBaseT, FDDI, ATM) and how advanced
nehvork devices provide options for network growth and
expansion. No hands-on provided. Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or
COMP 1007 and COMP 2665. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64915
COMP 3700
6475
NLTWORK SERVER ADMINISTRATION
Introduces the deployment and administrationof a Microsoft
Windows Server, current environment. Covers basic Endows
server architecture, hardware requirements, installation/
configuration of TCP/IP and related protocols, security issues, '
creating/maintaininguser accounts and Windows servef services
DNS, DHCP, VPN, 11s).
65 and
wks
BBY CRN 64990
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Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
COMP 3705
6475
TOPICS I N NETWORK SECURITY
Introduces the basics of network security and intrusi
including port security and securing Internet service
network monitoring and security tool:, and TCP/IP network traffic3
analysis using packet sniffers and tcpdump. Also introduce
intrusion detection, attacks and defenses. Prerequisites: C
2665, COMP 2705 and COMP 3700. (3 credits)
Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
12
COMP 4666
LAN INTERNETWORKING
Explores issues and software related to the lnternetworkin
Novell Netware 4.1, Windows NT 4 Server, NT 4 Workstation,
LINUX (Unix) and Windows operating syste
hands-on experience interconnecting these p
and IPX protocols. Prerequisite: COMP 2665
experience with Novell Netware, and COMP
1007 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1800-2100
COMP 4840
CLIENT SERVER COMPUTING
12 wks
COMP 3425 and COMP 3670. (3 credits)
Sep 13
Fri
l2wks
1800-2100
DTC CRN 38'365
C
DTC CRN 60087
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing. bcit.ca
COMP 1601
$395
COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS
Familiarizes those who are not specializing in computers with
terminology and concepts used in the computer industry.
Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or CCA tutorial o
equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 09 Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32758
COMP 2705
$475
TELECOMMUNICATION CONCEPTS
Designed to assist in understanding the basic concepts and
terminology related to data communications and TCP/IP and
Internetworking, understanding protocol implementations using
the TCP/IP model, understanding the applications of data
munications systems and technolqgy concepts, a%ir#ent;l
the hardware and software needel fod data commur%a$*F
networking. Prerequisite: Programming or systems design .
experience. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64919
Computer organization is a fundamental topic
science students and for any future programmers. The course
gives a good understanding of the computer hardware and how
software is built on a specific hardware. The computer is
regarded as a hierarchy oflevels, each one performing some
well-definedfunctions from the device level (hardware) to the
problem-orientedlanguage level. Each level is discussed and
analyzed in detail. Prerequisites: COMP 1710 and COMP 1510
and OPMT 1113 and COMP 1515. (5.5 credits)
Sep 11 Wed & Fri 1845-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 67178
COMP 3721
$495
INTRODUCTION TO DATA COMMUNICATION
AND NETWORKING
Covers the basic concepts and terminology related to data
communications, networking and network topologies. Disc
the principles of protocols at physjcal, data link, and network
layers, the characteristics of transrftissi?n media, digital
transmission and switching techni ues basic Error detection and
correction, and flow control. Introktcds routing and congestion
control issues, Multiple access pro/ocols, LANs and WANs.
Prerequisite: COMP 2720. (4 credits) '
Sew 11 Wed
1730-2130 I 12 wks BBY CRN 67052
1
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COMP 1030
$375
WORKING WITH LINUX BASlFS
Introduces LINUX to students with a basic knowledge of PCs and
some command line (DOS) experimce. Covers installation and
configuration of LINUX, LINUX cornm3nd line utilities and the
Shell, understanding/managingtne File and Directory System.
Discusses basic LINUX topics in a 0n;technical manner. Note:
Software (latest version of LINUX ed kat) and manual
purchased at the first session. Prer quisite: COMP 1002 or 1007.
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(1.5 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
Nov2
Sat
1800-2100
1800-2100
11 '
1 6 wks
I
6 WkS
DTC CRN 61786
DTC
63489
Discusses advanced LINUX topics /ncluying custom installation,
and TCP/IP network file sharing. Intended for more technical
users, covers LINUX account management, system administration
and security concepts. Note: Software{latest version of LINUX
Red Hat) and manual to be purchased at the first session.
Prerequisite: COMP 1030 or equivplent. (1.5 credits)
DTC CRN 61788
Sep 10 Tue
- 1800-2100 6 wks
DTC
63490
Oct 29 Tue
1800-2100 i 6wks
1
I
COMP 3645
$395
UNlX WORKSHOP LEVEL 1
Introduces programming under UNIX, covering multi-user and
multi-taskingcapabilities. Topics include using C, Bourne and
Korn shells, system administration, IPC facilities, utilities, file
system and e-mail. Prerequisite: COMP 2425. (3 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks DTC CRN 32852
COMP 4645
$395
ADVANCED UNlX SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING
Continues from COMP 3645. A continuation of technical details
of lnterprocess Communication (IPC) facilities and a comparative
performance of the various facilities. Emphasizes implementation
of client/server solutions using C, including connection-based
servers and connectionless servers. Prerequisite: COMP 3645.
Completion of an advanced C programming course is strongly
recommended. (4 credits)
Sew 14 Sat
1300-1600 12 wks DTC CRN 67054
COMP 3730
$475
OPERATING SYSTEM CONCEPTS
Covers topics related to the management of computer resources
by an operating system (software) and supporting hardware.
Topics include processor management and scheduling, memory
management and input/output management. Prerequisites:
COMP 2510, COMP 2710 and COMP 2720. (3.5 credits)
Se6 1 1
Wed
1800-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 67053
COMP 4730
$475
TOPICS I N OPERATING SYSTEMS
Covers advanced topics related to the management of computer
resources by an operating system (software) and supporting
hardware. Topics include: protection and security, data
encryption and comparative analysis of current commercial
operating systems. Prerequisite: COMP 3730. (3.5 credits)
Sew 13 Fri
1800-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 67180
604-432-8465
[email protected]
w.computing.bcit.ca
COMP 0837
8495
DREAMWEAVER
This 2 day course presents the skills needed to create an eyecatching, dynamic Web site. In addition to basic topics such as
text, formatting, colours and images, you will learn tables, links
and forms, and how to add mouseovers using behaviours.
Prerequisite: HTML knowledge. (non credit)
Sep 21
Sat & Sun 0900-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 64933
$295
COMP 1197
HOW TO SURF THE INTERNET AND USE E-MAIL
Understand how to use the Internet effectively. Get connected
and compare types of Internet Service Providers (ISP's ). Learn
about healthy surfing practices, browsers, search engines, how to
block unwelcome Internet traffic, configure e-mail, and download software. Topics include: Newsgroups, legal isgues and
dealing with viruses. Build your own Web page. Prerequisite:
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007. (1 .5 credits)
BBY CRN 67029
1845-2145 6 wks
Sep 9
Mon
67028
DTC
1000-1700 3wks
Novl7 Sun
COMP 1820
$375
HTML AND THE WORLD-WIDE WEB
Introduces HTML, the "Hyper-Text Markup Language" used on
the WWW by creating HTML documents. Uses general text
editors and specialized HTML editors and students may load their
documents onto a live Web server for viewing on the Internet.
Includes coverage of UNlX basics required to upload completed
HTML documents to the server. Prerequisite: COMP 1267 or
equivalent, and WWW user experience. (1.5 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 6wks
BBY CRN 37169
COMP 1831
$375
FRONTPAGE 2002 WEB SITE CREATION
Presents Web design using object-orientedauthoring tool
FrontPage 2002, including the use of built in advanced features
such as FrontPage 2002 extensions. Students create and upload
a personal Web page to the Internet using HTML, DHTML, Java
Script, tables, frames and cascading sheets in FrontPage 2002.
Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent.
(1.5 credits)
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC CRN 63556
Sep 13 Fri
COMP 1832
$375
INTRODUCTION TO WEB-HOSTING
Continues from COMP 1831. Presents concepts of web-hosting,
using tools such as IIS 5 on Windows 2000. Covers domain name
registration, FTP concepts, and loading and maintaining of a Web
site. Introduces advanced Web authoring tools that enhance Web
sites. Key topics include web server infrastructure, Internet
security, Web databases, and Apache Web server. Not an
advanced technical course. Prerequisite: COMP 1831. (1 .S credits)
Oct 25 Fri
1830-2130 6 Wks
DTC CRN 63557
COMP 2820
$595
COLD FUSION WEB APPLICATION
DEVELOPMENT
lntefidedfor students interested in learning to build Web-based
applications using Macromedia's powerful Cold Fusion sever side
scripting language. Introduces CFML language, covers creating
dynamic database driven applications and discusses some of the
more useful features of the product. Prerequisite: COMP 1820 or
permission of the instructor or program head. (3 credits)
Ser, 14 Sat
0900-1200 12Wks BBY CRN 67044
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
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MMSD 4650
$430
INTERNETWORKING WITH JAVA
Addresses the design and implementationof server-side Java
components. Covers Javaservlets, JavaWebServer,browser
interaction, server interaction, and JavaServerPages.Prerequisite:
MMSD 3620 or permission of instructor. (3 credits)
Sep 1 1
Wed
1830-2130 12wk.s DTC
67068
COMP 2850
$595
ASP DRIVEN WEB SITES
The wuraose of this introductorv course is to
r . F
discuss the main elements in creating and deploying a dynamic
data driven Web site using Active Server Pages (ASP) in
conjunction with Microsoft Access or SQL Server. Prerequisite:
COMP 1820. (3 credits)
Ser, 14 Sat
1300-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 67045
I
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MMSD 4670
$430
JAVA & XML
Introduces the programmer to the world of XML. Covers SAX 2.0
DOM 2.0, XSL, Cocoon and SOAP. Also explores data driven
programming, dynamic content generation and multi-tiered
systems. Prerequisite: MMSD 4610, MMSD 3620 and MMSD
461 0. (3 credits)
1830-2130 12 wks DTC CRN 67070
Sep 1 3 Fri
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COMP 2899
$595
XML FOR WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
Introduce Extensible Markup Languaqe (XML) and
howrto i&orporate XML into Web-based applications. XML is a
standard for structuring, storing and sending information on the
Web. Covers XML, DTDs, Schemas, SML Parsing, XPATH, XSLT.
Provides hands-on practice of techniques to format and
manipulate XML content. Also discusses other emerging XML
based technologies and languages. Prerequisite: COMP 1820,
HTML and the Worldwide Web (or equivalent) or permission of
instructor. (3 credits)
1300-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 67048
Sep 14 Sat
www.computing. bcit.ca
COMP OOOS
$395
STRATEGIES FOR WORK-LIFE BALANCE
A practical, hands-on course that will help you create a life of
balance and harmony. Takes a holistic approach and empowers
the participants to manage adversity, reduce stress, time, and
create clarity, focus, and inner peace in their lives, both at work
and at home. No prerequisites. (non-credit)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN '67023
www.computing.bcit.ca
The following JavaProgramming courses are designed to lead up
to an Associate Certificate in Java Programming though they are
open to any student meeting the prerequisites. Not all required
courses are offered this semester.
Specialnote: You must be an experienced programmer who
understands objects and who knows how to write code and
compile software in an advanced Object Oriented Programming
language such as C++ before starting JAVA 1 .
Each course has specific prerequisite knowledge. COMP 3670 or
in-depth objects knowledge is also required before starting Java.
COMP 3670
. $395
UNDERSTANDING OBJECTS
Covers object-orientedconcepts, fundamentals, essentials of the
object model, and real-world problems using object-oriented
analysis. Prerequisite: COMP 261 5 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 32849
COMP 0285
$395
DENTAL OFFICE SYSTEMMINDOWS
Provides hands-on experience using the Exan/Mercedes Dental
System for Windows to cover front desk procedures in a dental
office. Upon successful completion, any other dental computer
system can be used. Eligible for continuing dental education
credits as per the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C. May be
taken simultaneously with COMP 0885. Prerequisite: Dental or
medical office experience or completion of a Dental Receptionist
program. (non credit)
Sep 10
MMSD 0410
$280
XML PRIMER
Introduces the extensible markup language (XML). Topics include
the document object model (DOM), XML, DTD's, XSL, creating
XML, storing XML, manipulating XML, and presenting XML.
Prerequisite: A good understanding of object technology.
(non credit)
Oct 19 Sat & Sun 0900-1600 1 wk
DTC CRN 64991
MMSD 3610
8430
JAVA PROGRAMMING 1
Provides a thorough introduction to the Javaprogramming
language and to the Javadistributed objects paradigm. Covers
the Javalanguage and environment, creating user interfaces with
the AM, developing synchronized multi-threadedapplications,
handling multimedia and image manipulation, and managing
interface collections. Prerequisite: COMP 3670 and any ObjectOriented programming course. (3 credits)
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63492
Sep 9
63491
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
671 50
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 11
63493
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks DTC
39007
12WkS
DTC CRN 37159
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing.bcit.ca
COMP 1040
$595
WEB AND IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Introduces e-Business and the common methodologies. Covers
managing and controlling e-Business projects, tracking deliverables
and accessing project informationfor trade-off decision making
between cost, schedule and quality. Project planning component
uses MS Project and covers relevant planning skills including
business process design, data and application design, quality
assurance, testing and implementation. Prerequisite: COMP 1002
or COMP 1007 or equivalent. (3 credits)
DTC CRN 63546
Sep 23 Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
COMP 1041
$595
WEB BUSINESS PROCESS DESIGN
Focusing on the technologies and methodologies unique to
e-Business, this course presents techniques used to define and
re-engineer strategic business processes for successful e-Business
solutions. Covers concepts and tools used in the business process
design in common e-Business applications. Participants explore
the main business processes and design workflow programs
using Visio. Prerequisite: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or
equivalent. (3 credits)
Ob28 Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 63547
MMSD 4610
8430
JAVA OBJECT-ORIENTED APPLICATION DESIGN
Addresses the design and implementationof Java applications
through the use of UML, design patterns for Java, interactive
design tools, and 00 design techniques. Covers large scale
application design through patterns, including J2EEdesign
patterns. (3 credits)
Mon
1830-2130 12 wks DTC CRN 39009
Sep 9
$430
JAVA DATABASE CONNECTIVITY
Address the dynamic delivery of database content using Java,
conforming to the Java EnterpriseAPI. Covers client/server
application design, remote method invocation (RMI), and JDBC.
Prerequisite: MMSD 3620 or permission of instructor. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY CRN 39010
MMSD 4630
$430
JAVA COMPONENT FRAMEWORKS
Addresses the design, programming, deployment, and
implementation of enterprise Javasolutions using application
servers, web servers, and many more JZEEenterprise APls and
tools. Covers J2EEserver side application frameworks, session -,
beans, entity beans, message driven beans, and best practices<
Prerequisite: MMSD 3620 or permission of instrudori (3 '&&is
.
Sep 1 3 Fri
1830-2130 12'wks DTC CRN 64916
1830-2130
COMP 0985
$295
DENTAL BILLING/INSURANCE PROTOCOL
Offers dental personnel information on front desk billing
procedures performed in a dental office. Covers dental office fee
guides, insurance company's protocol, regulations, claim forms,
pre-authorizations, insurance/patient payments,
accounting/day/month end procedures. Eligible for continuing
dental education credits as per the College of Dental surgeons of
B.C. Prerequisite: Dental office experience or completion of a
Dental Receptionist or Dental Assisting program or COMP 0885.
(non credit)
1830-2130 6 wks ' DTC CRN 63486
Oct 23 Wed
MMSD 3620
8430
JAVA PROGRAMMING 2
Continues from MMSD 361 0. Addresses advanced Java
programming techniques for both applets and applications.
Covers application design guidelines, process and thread
synchronization, smooth animation techniques, local file I/O, and
the Javaevent model. Prerequisites: COMP 3640 or COMP3730
and MMSD 3610 or COMP 4409. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1830-21 30 12 Wk,
DTC CRN 39008
Sep 13 Fri
1845-2145 12Wks BBY
64992
Sep 14 Sat
1300-1600 12 wks DTC
6371 6
MMSD 4620
Tue
COMP 0885
$595
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
Covers dental terminology, insurance company's protocol,
scheduling/billing procedures, accounting/communications,
telephone techniques and professional manner development.
Includes a dental office practicum. A "Statement of Completion"
is issued when this course and COMP 0285 are successfully
completed. Eligible for continuing dental education credits as per
the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C. May be taken
simultaneously with COMP 0885 and COMP 0285. Prerequisite: '
none. (non credit)
Mon &
1830-2130 12 wks DTC, CRN 38458
Sep 9
Thr
'
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COMP 1042
$595
FUNDAMENTALS E-BUSINESS SITE MAP PLANNING
Introduces the e-Business site map planning process including
design of site architecture and a model of the navigational
structure. Builds on the e-Business Process Design course.
Incorporates redesigned business process into navigational
structure. Reviews technical issues affecting the client PC, server
and networks are reviewed. Introduces MS Visual Studio,
specifically Visual InterDev, and a Web application development
tool. Prerequisites: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent.
(3 credits)
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 63548
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COMPUTING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
COMP 1043
$595
FUNDAMENTALS E-BUSINESS APPLICATION
8 DATA MODEL
Introduces e-Business application and data modeling processes.
Covers the building of application and data structure a t a logical
level, application of client/customerrequirements and database
normalizationwithin an e-Business environment. Participantswill
use database and modeling tools to view and edit database
objects. Prerequisites: COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 or equivalent
and COMP 1042. (3 credits)
Nov18 Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 63287
COMP 1044
$595
FUNDAMENTALS E-BUSINESS USER INTERFACE DESIGN
Focuses on the design principles and techniques for superior
human interaction within a Web site. Participants will be able to
describe what makes an effective and intuitive site, as well as
create "browser-friendly" and efficient Web pages that maximize
commerce within an e-Busin
cation. Prerequisites: COMP
1002 or COMP 1007 or equ
nd COMP 1043. (3 credits)
Dec2
Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 67025
COMP 1047
$595
FUNDAMENTALS E-BUSINESS APPLICATION INTEGRATION
Focuses on the technologies and issues that arise when
considering the implementationand integration of e-Business
applications. Covers security threats and the tools used to
combat them, various bill payment technologies (creait cards,
secure cheques), emerging technologies (smart cards), ED1
technologies as well as common technologies for integrating
back-end databases into e-Business applications. Prerequisites:
COMP 1002 or COMP 1007 and COMP 1044. (3 credits)
Dec 16 Mon-Fri 0845-1700 1 wk
DTC CRN 67026
CO'MP 1070
$475
INTRODUCTION TO WEB PROGRAMMING/SCRIPLNG
Introduces scripting languages for Internet programming,
covering HTML, Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and PERL.
Participants will integrate applications to presented Internet
pages using scripts. Prerequisite: COMP 1401. (3 credits)
Sep 14
Sat
0900-1200
12 wks
BBY CRN 67027
COMP 2899
$595
XML FOR WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
Introduce Extensible Markup Language (XML) and
how to incorporateXML into Web-based applications. XML is a
standard for structuring, storing and sending information on the
Web. Covers XML, DTD's, Schemas, SML Parsing, XPATH, XSLT.
Provides hands-on practice of techniques to format and
manipulate XML content. Also discusses other emerging XML
based technologies and languages. Prerequisite: COMP 1820,
HTML and the Worldwide Web (or equivalent) or permission of
instructor. (3 credits)
Sep 14
Sat
1300-1600
12 wks
BBY CRN 67048
www.computing.bcit.ca
COMP 1045
$955
A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
Preparation for the CompTIA A+ Core Hardware and OS
Technologies Certification exams (new exam requirements
(2001) to become a 'Certified A+ Service Technician'). Students
can continue to the Network+ and iNET+, CompTlA exams.
Covers hardware, Windows 9.x, Windows NT, and Windows 2K,
printing, communications and networking. Held two evenings
and a Saturday for 6 weeks. Prerequisite: none. Basic computer
knowledge and DOS skills are recommended. (6 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
1000-1700 6 wks
DTC CRN 63549
& Thr/Fri 1800-2100
Oct 31 Thr/Fri
1800-2100 6 wks
DTC
63550 & Sat
1000-1700
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Are you interested in working with like-minded people, learning
the latest in technology trends, while setting yourself up for a
new career opportunity?
Do you want the most relevant education - a
blend of business, interpersonal
BCIT offers fast-track intensive e
Professional Programs department (HTP) in three distinct options:
business, networking and programming. The programs range in
length from 5 months to 12 months and are found in part-time
and full-time formats at the BCIT Downtown campus.
Find out more about our programs... gain job-ready skills to start
or advance your career.
Telephone: 604-412-7788
E-mail: [email protected]
Web site: www.htp.bcif.ca
BUSINESS ANALYST PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM (BAP)
If you are a post-secondary graduate from any field of study, you
may be interested in this full-time program that prepares you for
a career as a business analyst - enabling you to manage business
issues from an IT perspective and IT issues from a businessperspective. Learn to integrate both the business and technology
requirements of a company, making sensible recommendations
and outlining appropriate next steps. The program combines
eight months of classroom instruction and case studies with a
four-month work term. The program leads towards the CMC
designation - Certified Management Consultant.
Program format: 12 months, Mondays to Fridays, 0830-1630
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL
PROGRAM (ITP)
If you are a post-secondary graduate from any field of study, you
may be interested in this full-time program that combines
business, interpersonal and technical training in networking and
computer applications. It includes an extensive simulated
business experience (Millennium Corporation) and a three-month
work term.
Course modules include: MCSE, MCDBA, Novel1CNA, Oracle
Database Operator, A+ Hardware Technician, HTML, MS Office,
MS Project, Linux, Dreamweaver, Project Management,
Organizational Development, Marketing, Professional
Development and more.
Program format: 12 months, Mondays to Fridays, 0830-1630
Delivery location: BCIT Downtown Campus
(555 Seymour Street, Vancouver)
Next intake dates: Sept.
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If you-are a post-secondary graduate from any field of study, you
may be interested in this full-time program that combines
business, interpersonal and technical training in Web
developmept and programming. It includes an extensive
simulated business experience (Dynamic Biz) and a three-month
work term.
Course modules include: Oracle Certified Professional Developer
Track, Java, javascript, HTML, DHTML, XML, ASP, MS Office, MS
Project, Project Management, Organizational Development,
Marketing, Professional Development and more.
Program format 12 months, Mondays to Fridays, 0830-1630
Delivery location: BCIT Downtown Campus (555 Seymour
Street, Vancouver)
Next intake dates: Oct. 1,2002 Sept. 26,2003
(Application Deadline: August 14, 2002)
Jan. 6,2003 Dec. 19,2003
(Application Deadline: Nov. 6, 2002)
SOFTWARE SYSTEMS DEVELOPER PROGRAM (SSD)
If you're interested in an entry-level programming career in the
high-tech computer industry, you can take this full-time program
in software development, programming and systems analysis.
The focus is on enterprise software development such as
ASP.NET, Visual Studio.NET, Java, J2EE, C u , C#, relational
database development among other module topics.
Formal classroom instruction is complemented by two industrysupported projects.
Program format: 7.5 months, Mondays to Fridays,'O830-1630
Delivery location: BCIT Downtown Campus
(555 Seymour Street, Vancouver)
Next intake dates: Sept. 16, 2002 - May 2, 2003
(Application Deadline: July31, 2002)
Jan. 6,2003 - Aug. 1,2003
ication Deadline: Nov. 6, 2002)
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support position in the information technology industry. It is an
ideal program if you do not have any previous education or
background in computing or if you want to retrain or upgrade
your present skills.
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The program focuses on network design, administrationand
troubleshooting and combines technical and professional courses
with hands-on learning. Designations such as the MCSA, MCSE
and A+ are attainable. Formal classroom instruction is
complemented by realistic business projects, 2-month work term
and 2-month self study period.
Program format: 10 months, Mondays to Fridays, 0830-1600
Delivery location: BCIT Downtown Campus
(555 Seymour Street, Vancouver)
Next intake dates: Oct. 7, 2002 - July25, 2003
(Application Deadline: August 21, 2002)
Jan. 6, 2003 Oct. 10, 2003
(Application Deadline: Nov. 6, 2002)
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR WITH
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM (OAT)
The OAT Program is designed to prepare learners for positions as
highly skilled and knowledgeable office administrative assistants.
It is ideal for individuals who do not have,previous education or
background in computing as well as those who need to retrain
or upgrade their present computer skills. Our primary focus is
helping you gain the skills required to administrate offices with
today's sophisticated information technology.
There are two formats to the program: full-time and part-time.
The full-time program combines three months of classroom
instruction with a two-month work term and includes the MOUS
designation. The part-time program is spread over 12 months of
classroom instruction and hands-on lab work and also includes
the MOUS designation.
Program format: Full-time - 5 months, Mondays to Fridays,
0830-1630
Part-time 12 months, two evenings a week
and some Saturdays
Delivery location: BClT Downtown Campus
(555 Seymour Street, Vancouver)
Next intake dates: Full-time - Sept. 30,2002 - Feb. 28, 2003
(Application Deadline: August 14, 2002)
Part-time Nov. 12, 2002 - Nov. 7,2003
SETWORK SPECIALIST PROGRAM (NSP)
.ertifications through this part-tim
nclude: A+ Hardware Technician,
.ngineer (Windows 2000) and Cis
ksociated (CCNA). You will also s
Aanagement.
'rogram format: 12 months, two evenings a week
and some Saturdays
(555 Seymour Street,
text intake dates: Oct. 21, 2002 - act.
(Application Deadlin
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his part-time program is focused on the integration of busin
nd technology with considerable concentrationon functional
nd technical business processes, in addition to project
lusiness operations.
ducation is provided in technology to apply technical
3 business problems and coordinate multiple projects
usiness objeetives. Needs and requirements analysis is
xusing on capacity planning, project planning, sched
limination of redundant efforts.
ourse modules include: Project Management, CRM, ERP, BPR,
onsulting, Networking, Database Technologies, Supply Chain
lanagement, and more.
rogram format: 11 months, two evenings a week and some
Fridays or Saturdays
lelivery location: BCIT Downtown Campus
(555 Seymour Street, Vancouver)
lext intake dates: Nov. 4, 2002 Oct. 3, 2003
(Application Deadline: Oct. 2, 200
May 5, 2003 April 2, 2004
(Application Deadline: April 2, 2003)
WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER PROGRAM (WAD)
his part-time program is designed to train software develope
have strong technical skills in developing Web applications,
icluding but not limited to e-lusiness applications. In addition
I highly relevant technical programming skills, the program
rovides significant project management skills to allow
5 the program to become a successful Web a
ianager 'who can act as an effective bridge b
ients and software developers.
ourse modules include: lava,
HTML, XML, ASP, Data Mod
i d Project Management.
rogram format: 12 months, two evenings a week and some
Fridays or Saturdays
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(555 Seymour Stre
S: NOV.5,2002 - OC
(Application Deadline: Oct. 2, 2002
May 6,2003 - April 29,200
(Application Deadline: April
ECURITY SYSTEMS SPECIALIST PROGRAM (555)
l i s part-time program provides students with the skills and
ilities to work in Systems Securky positions a t the specialist or
ipervisory level depending upon the student's experience
rckground. Graduates will be able to assess and recomme
xessary technical and management safeguards to ensure
curity of networked computer systems, in support of electronic
tions and business information privacy
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(Application Deadline: july 17, 2002)
jan. 6,2003 Dec. 19,2003 (Application
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that we offer.
CARP 0100
$575
CARPENTRY CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION REFRESHER
Prepares participantsfor the Carpenter Certificate of
Qualification exam with Red Seal Endorsement (IP) and refreshes
theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the Ministry of
Labour (Industry Training and Apprenticeship Commission) to
determine eligibility and to schedule an examination.
Prerequisite: Minimum six years in the carpenty trade required
Sep 17 Tue
1&30-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 62527
SeD 17 Tue
1830-2130 10 wks BBY
32895
CARP 0108
$235
MATH FOR CARPENTERS
Designed for the new carpentry apprentice or Journeypersonin
need of an upgrade in math. Instruction will review basic
mathematics, geometry and trigonometry as it applies to the
needs of a carpenter. Topics will include volume calculation, stair
construction, roofing calculations and related problemsolving.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 4 wks
BBY CRN 61504
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CNST0105
$1'60
INDUSTRIAL RIGGING BASIC
Introduces safe rigging practices and working loads, chokers,
shackles, chains, hooks, rigging calculations, hand signals, WCB
regulations, hoisting with mobile crane, knots and hitches and
handrigging.
Oct 15 Tue/Thr 1900-2130 3 wks
BBY CRN 63266
CNST 0121
$80
FALL PROTECTION
Reviews all aspects of fall protection as it applies to the construction industry and in accordance with the recent changes in
ns (1 998). Students learn pre-planning and
of fall protection systems, restraining systems,
fall arrest systems and various personal fall protection systems.
0800-1400 1 day
BBY CRN 61529
Oct 19 Sat
CNST 0125
$80
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
Covers the mandatory requirements of the WCB Occupational
Health and Safety Regulations (1 998). Includes approved lockout
procedures, work permit systems and use of personal protective
equipment. Suitable for all related construction trades. Prerequisite:
Minimum one year construction or trade related experience.
Oct 2 6 . Sat
0800-1400 1 day
BBY CRN 61532
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CNST 0126
$100
TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAINING
Traffic control training is a requirement in many public works
jurisdictions including road maintenance, construction and the
movie production industry. Course covers theory and testing. Fee
includes text and examination.
Sep 7
Sat
0900-1600 1 day
BBY CRN 61533
CNST 0127
$230
SCAFFOLDING CONSTRUCTION AND ERECTION
Learn to interpret regulations and safe working procedures in
accordance with WC6 Health and Safety Regulations (1 998).
Participants will apply assembly procedures for three of the basic
scaffold component families, end frame and cross-brace, tube
and clamp, and system scaffolds.
Oct 19 Sat
0900-1530 3wkS
BBY CRN 61538
i04-453-4060
[email protected]
Building Envelope Solutions - Theory & Practice
This set of courses, sponsored and developed by the Canadian
Home Builders Association of B.C., Canada Mortgage and
Housing Corporation and the Homeowner Protection Office of
B.C., is designed to provide participants with the
background building science that will allow them to .
understand how durable building envelopes are constructed;
practical knowledge and skills to build durable wood-frame
envelopes; and
practical knowledge and skills to restore failed wood-frame
building envelopes.
CNST 0130
$10:
INTRODUCTION, BUILDING SCIENCE & SURVEY
OF BUILDINGS IN LOWER MAINLAND
Provides an introduction to building science concepts that
explain the movement of moisture into building envelopes, a
description of conditions that cause wood rot, information on
how moisture movement can be controlled and a review
CMHC's study, "Survey of Building Envelope Failures in the
Coastal Climate of British Columbia."
BBY CRN 66101
Sep24 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
Sep28 Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 0;
CNST 0131
$103
CONDENSATION CONTROL IN WALL ASSEMBLIES
Nil1 provide participants with specific information on air and
lrapour barriers and their role in minimizing condensation.
tourse provides detailed information on how various wall
Denetrationscan be constructed so as to eliminate
:ondensation. Prerequisite: CNST 01 30.
3ct 1
Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 66104
3ct 5
Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 05
CNST 0132
$103
RAIN PENETRATION CONTROL FOR WALLS &
THEATHINGS, MEMBRANESAND FLASHINGS
ropics include how walls are exposed to rainwater and how
.hey can be constructed to eliminate potential problems.
nformation on the 4 Ds - deflection, drainage, drying and
iurability is provided with information on rain penetration
:ontrot. Course includes information on types of wall
iheathings, sheathing membranes, claddings, flashings and
iealants. Prerequisite: CNST 01 30.
3ct 8
Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 66107
3ct 19 Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 08
CNST 0133
$103
WINDOWS AND DOORS
Course will provide information on water leakage through and
round window and doors, window standards, types of window
issernblies, and the different types of window systems,
ncluding face sealed windows, concealed barrier windows and
ain screen windows. Prerequisite: CNST 01 30.
3ct 15 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 661 1 C
3ct 26 Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 1 1
CNST 0134
$103
ROOFS, DECKS, BALCONIES AND WALKWAYS
rhis course provides detailed information on the construction of
'oofs, decks, balconies and walkways. Prerequisite: CNST 01 34.
3ct 22 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 661 1 3
Qov2
Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 14
CNST 0135
$103
UEW CONSTRUCTION AND RESTORATION
JF THE BUlLDlNG ENVELOPE-ROLES,
RESPONSIBILITIESAND QUALITY ASSURANCE
rhis unit provides participants with information onf the role of
he building envelope consultant, the role of the general
:ontractor and quality assurance protocols for construction.
'rerequisite: CNST 01 30.
\lov 5
Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 66117
Qov 16 Sat
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661I a
:NST 0136
$103
PEGULATORY; REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS,
LOURSE REVIEW AND EXAMINATION
provides participants with an overview of the provisions of the
LC. Building Code that relate to building envelope durability, a
eview of course materials covered in Units 1 6 and includes a
inal open-book examination. Prerequisite: CNST 01 30, 01 31,
H32, 01 33, 01 34, 01 35.
dov 12 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 1 wk
BBY CRN 66120
0900-1530 1 day
BBY
661 21
Jov23 Sat
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DRFT 0115
$455
STEEL FAB DRAFtlNG
Acquaints students with the basic structural components in steel
structures and how to make fabrication drawings. Prerequisite:
DRFT 1010 and knowledge of TRIG would be an asset.
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 35787
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DRFT 1010
$485
INTRODUCTORY DRAFTING
Provides a foundation in basic drafting in orthographic and
isometric projections, imperial/metric scales, plane geometry,
lettering/linework, dimensioning, section and auxiliary view and
equipment use. This 3-credit course is required towards a
certificate in any of four full-time drafting courses (Architectural,
Civil, Structural, and Mechanical). (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 7.5 wks BBY CRN 60027
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7.5 wks BBY
60028
DRFT 1110
8485
CAD 1
Introducesthe use of the computer as a tool in drafting using
AutoCAD Ver. 14. Includes the basic operations, commands,
layout techniques and platting processes used in a drafting office.
(3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7.5 wks BBY CRN 61516
DRYW 0101
$515
WALL AND CEILING CERTIFICATE OF
QUALIFICATION REFRESHER
Prepares tradespersons for the Wall and Ceiling Installer
Certificate of Qualification with Red Seal Endorsement (IP), and
refreshes theoretical knowledge of the trade. Certificate of
Qualification examinations are conducted.by the Ministry of
Labour. Contact the area office nearest to your residence to
determine eligibility and to schedule an examination.
Prerequisite: Minimum of six years experience in the trade.
-Sep21 Sat
0900-1530 5 wks
BBY CRN 32950
DRYW 0110
$370
RENOVATIONS METAL STUD, DRYWALL FINISHING
Gives a tradesperson and/or handyperson/homeowner a good
basic understanding of how to frame with metal studs, install
drywall and corner beads, and drywall taping and finishing.
CSA-approvedsteel-toed safety boots are required.
Nov2
Sat
0900-1530 4wks
BBY CRN 37013
DRYW 0125
$230
ACCOUSTICAL CEILING INSTALLATI
Professionaltechniques will be expl i
and installation of accoustical ceiling
used in residentialand commercial p
fastening and design will be covered
providing individuals the opportunity to incorporate the latest
materials and design requirements of the finishing system. Basic
estimating and take off theory will be included in the course.
CSA-approved steel-toedwork boots are required.
Nov 16 Sat
0900-1530 2 wks
BBY CRN 6151/
C W 0100
$575
G W I N G CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION REFRESHER
Prepares tradespersons for the Glazier Certificate of Qualification
with Red Seal Endorsement (IP), and refreshes theoretical
knowledge of the trade. Certificate of Qualification examinations
are conducted by the Ministry of Labour. Contact the area office
nearest to your residence to determine eligibility and to schedule
an examination. Prerequisite: Minimum of six years experience in
the trade.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 10 wks BBY CRN 37022
G W 0105
$275
BLUEPRINT READING FOR G W ERS
Will assist glaziers wishing to impro e t v r understanding of
blueprints as applied specifically to he glazing trade. Intensive
use of architectural drawings and s op drawings will give
individual glaziers more confidence and a more complete
understanding of blueprint reading{
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Nov 26 Tue/Thr 1800-2100
wys
BBY CRN 63537
F
G W 0118
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$340
GLASS SANDBLASTING AND DE IGd
Sandblast your own designs on vari, us ypes of glass. No glass
experience necessary. Enjoy working in a well equipped shop and
learn the basics of this art form.
Sep21
Sat
0900-1530
wks
BBY CRN 64838
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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY COORDINATOR
Upon successful completion students will be eligible to apply for
ASlT certification (Applied Science Technologists and
Technicians). Prerequisite: For ASTT certification: Ffinimum of
one year experience on a construction job site; good written
and verbal knowledge of the English language, pass a medical
exam and be a minimum of 19 years of age. (6 credits)
Mon-Sat 0800-1500 2 wks
BBY CRN 63508
Sev 9
CNST 0142
$150
RESIDENTIAL GUIDE TO EARTHQUAKE
RESISTANCE
belirera in cooperation with Canada Mortgage and Housing
orporation (CMHC). Topics include understanding earthquakes,
ow houses react to earthquakes, evaluating the house including
i e property, exterior; interior and contents, and how to upgrade
)r earthquake resistance. Course fees include copy of CMHC
2ference text along with a participant's workbook.
lov 30 Sat
0900-1530 2 wks
BBY CRN 66913
IRFT 0102
$455
)RAFTING 2
xpands on the basic drafting course and allows students to
rogress into their drafting specialty. Prerequisite: DRFT 101 0
ep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 32920
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604-434-1610
604-432-8989
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JOIN 0102
$430
BASIC CABINETMAKING
A basic cabinetmaking course covehng how to use hand tools,
power tools, routers and templates;' layout; basic joints used in
wood construction, construction methods, assembling with glue
and preparations for finishing. Students will also work on a small
project of their own choice. CSA- approved steel-toed work
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boots are required.
Sep21
Sat
0800-1445 5 wks
BBY CRN 61521
$755
JOIN 0217
BIESSE XNC PROGRAMMER
Builds on the skills acquired in JOINb215. Emphasis is on
programming drilling and routing operations using the XNC
controller software. Students will ga(n prbficiency with subprograms and parametric programming./Objective is to increase
productivity by providing the programmjng knowledge to expand
equipment use Prerequisite: JOIN021 5 or prior experience.
BBY CRN 63249
Sep 16 Mon-Fri 0730-1415 1 wk,
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JOIN 0219
$955
MORBIDELLI OPERATOR/PROGRAMMER
Prepares the student to use and program a Morbidelli machining
centre.' Explains set-up and operation of the machine as well as
basic programming, jigs, maintenance and troubleshooting. This
course is suitable for operators of machines using TRAI, XILOG or
KVARA controller software. Prerequisite: Prior computer experience.
Oct 28 Mon-Fri 0730-1615 1 wk
BBY CRN 63250
jOIN 0225
$755
ASPAN CAD/CAM
Focuses on the Morbidelli Aspan CAD/CAM software. Part
drawing and program generation using Aspan is for those who
wish to make full use of this manufacturer's package.
Prerequisite: JOIN0219, JOIN0220, or Morbidelli experience.
Prior CAD experience would be an asset.
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0730-1415 1 wk
BBY CRN 67108
604-432-8556
Stuart [email protected]
PDEC 0100
$575
PAINTING AND DECORATING CERTIFICATE OF
QUALIFICATION REFRESHER
Prepares participantsfor the Painter and Decorator Certificate of
Qualificationwith Red Seal Endorsement (IP), and refreshes
theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the Ministry of
Labour (Industry Training and Apprenticeship Commission) to
determine eligibility and to schedule an examination. Prerequisite:
Minimum of four-and-a-half year's experience in the trade.
Sep 17 Tuenhr 1800-2100 10 wks BBY CRN 32952
PDEC 0120
$575
DECORATIVE AND FAUX FINISHING
Upgrades the professional painter in faux finishing. Hands-on
course covering marbling, parchment, sponging and ragging.
Full- sized projects will be done in a realistic atmosphere. Steeltoed safety boots are required. Prerequisite: General knowledge
of painting coatings, tools and surface preparation of wood,
metal and drywall.
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1430 8 wks
BBY CRN 37108
PDEC 0150
$485
MOTION PICTURE SET PAINTING
Intensive hands-on workshop of painting methods and special
techniques required for employment in the television, theatre, and
motion picture industry. Very valuable to the commercial or
decorative painter. Successful participants may apply for permit
status to the Motion Picture Studio Production Technicians, Local
891 (IATSE). Prerequisite: Journeypersonstatus or graduate from
BCIT pre-employment Painting and Decorating program or five
years experience in commercial, artistic, or entertainmentpainting.
%en 21
Sat
0900-1530 10 wks BBY CRN 67222
604-432-8420
[email protected]
PPGS 0106
$555
CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL - PROGRAM MANAGER
Assists those responsible for implementing and operating cross
connection control programs as well as developing skills in hazard
identificationand evaluation. Covers program implementation,
bylaws and codes, assessing degree of hazards, site surveys and
review data management software. Prerequisite: current
certification in cross connection control. Fee for AWWA exam
extra. Cross Connection Control Manual is required. Prerequisite:
Current certification in cross connection control.
BBY CRN 66925
Sep 16 Mon-Thr 0700-1630 1 wk
Fri
0700-1330
PPGS 0115
$965
GAS FITTER A PROGRAM
Prepares students to write the examination to qualify for Gas
Fitter A Licence and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal
Affairs Gas Safety Branch. To become eligible to write the exam,
approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Gas Safety Branch
is required and recommended before enrolling. Provincial Class A
Examination fee is additional. Prerequisite: Students must have
Class B for two years.
Oct 16 Wed/Mon 1830-2130 22 wks BBY CRN 63366
PPGS 0117
$960
GAS FITTER A DAY PROGRAM
Prepares students to write the examination to qualify for the Gas
Fitter A License and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal
Affairs Gas Safety Branch. To become eligible to write the exam,
approval from the Gas Safety Branch is required and recommended
before enrolling. Prerequisite: students must have Class B for two
years. Provincial examination fee is additional.
Aug 6
Mon-Fri 0730-1330 8 wks
BBY CRN 51 767
PPGS 0120
$750
GAS FITTER C PROGRAM
Prepares students to write the exam to qualify for Gas Fitter C
Licence and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs,
Gas Safety Branch. Provincial Class C examination fee is additional.
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 14 wks BBY CRN 32984
PPGS 0121
$520
SERVICING GAS FORCED AIR FURNACES
Covers installation instructions, service information, sequence of
operation, control drawings; testing, equipment, and troubleshooting of gas fired forced air furnaces. Prerequisite: Must have
current C, B, or A Gas Licence.
BBY CRN 38534
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
PPGS 0125
$370
PLUMBING RESIDENTIAL
Provides the homeowner with general knowledge and practical
experience of repairs, renovations and new installations within the
residential plumbing system. Steel-toed safety boots are required.
0830-1430 4wks
BBY CRN 32988
Sep 14 Sat
Oct 19 Sat
0830-1430 4wks
BBY
66934
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
4ssociate Certificate in Hydronic Technician Program
BClT and the Residential Hot Water Heating Association of B.C.
have together developed a new training program to address th
dynamic development of technologies in the field of Hydronic
Heating. Upon successful completion of the eight listed courses
(28.5 credits) students will receive an Associate Certificate in th
Hydronic Technician Program.
The Associate Certificate program is intended for:
Those working in the construction industry who require
technjcal knowledge and installation skills required to install
and service complete Hydronic Systems
Apprenticed Plumbers, Pipefitters, Gasfitters, and Air
Conditioning/RefrigerationMechanics seeking specialized skill!
and technical knowledge required to work in the Hydronic
field.
For more detailed program information contact Bill Evans a t
604-432-8420, [email protected] or Paula Rossetti at
604-412-7564, or [email protected]
Credits
Course
Hydronic System Design
3.0
PPGS 1140
Basic Drafting for Hydronic Technicians 3.0
DRFT 1041
Basic Electrical for Hydronic Technicians 3.0
TELX 1142
Installation Practices for
PPGS 1143
Hydronic Technicians
3.0
Controls for Hydronic Technician
3.0
PPGS 1144
Servicing & Troubleshooting
PPGS 1145
Hydronic Systems
3.0
Gas Fitter B licence
7.0
PPCS 1150
Cross Connection Control
3.5
PPGS 1155
Substitution of course credit will require department approval.
PPGS 1140
938r
HYDRONIC SYSTEMS DESIGN
Trains those working with hot water heating to properly design
a residential hot water heating system to meet the guidelines
established by the Residential Hot Water Heating Association of
B.C. After successful completion of the Certification Exam,
students can, for a fee, register with the RHWHA as being
Certified in Hydronic Systems Design. Prerequisite: Should be
working with residential hot water heating systems or a related
Field. (3 credits)
BBY CRN 6336
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY
6693
Sep 30 Mon-Thr 0730-1600 1 wk
Fri
0730-1130
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PPGS 1143
94&
INSTALLATION PRACTICES FOR HYDRONIC SYSTEMS
Provides a practical introduction to the installation of hydronic
systems; including installation planning, mechanical room
layout and installation of heat transfer units. Safe work practice
will be applied to proper piping procedures and techniques.
(3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 6692
PPGS 1144
w9
CONTROLS FOR HYDRONIC TECHNfClANS
A practical introductionto the installation of controls involved
with hydronic systems including control strategies, installation
procedures and techniques, safe work practices and
commissioning. This course includes instruction on how to
install and commission a functioning hydronic control system.
(3 credits)
SeD 10 Tuenhr 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 6692
PPGS 1150
$751
DOMESTIC/COMMERCIAL GASFIlTER B LICENSE
Prepares students to write the examination for a Cas Fitter B
License and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal Affair
Gas Safety Branch. Provincial Class B examination fee is
additional. To become eligible to write the exam, approval fron
the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Cas Safety Branch is required
and recommended before enrolling. Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in
Plumbing, Pipefitting, or Refrigeration. (7 credits)
S e p l O Tue/Thr 1830-2130 14wks BBY CRN 6337
TELX 1142
$51
BASIC ELECTRICAL FOR HYDRONIC TECHNICIANS
Provides a practical understanding of direct and alternating
current, series and parallel circuits. Covers the analyzing of
circuits using ohms law and multimeters. Ladder diagrams and
electrical code will also be covered. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 6337
PPGS 1155
$530
CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL
Teaches cross connection control to those involved in the
installation and maintenance of back flow pollution prevention
devices for domestic water supply. Prerequisite for Cross
Connection examination: Water Purveyor (Municipal Employees),
Journeyedor Apprentice Plumbers, Steamfitters or Sprinklerfitters,
Civil or Mechanical Engineer, Manufacturer's Agent, Irrigationrelated Personnel or Public Health Official. There will be an
additional fee to'&rite the AWWA Cross Connection Control
Certification examination. Prerequisite: PPCS 1144-Controlsfor
Hydronic Technician, PPCS 1145-Servicingand Troubleshooting
Hydronic systems. Prerequisite for Cross Connection
examination: Water Purveyor (Municipal Employees), Journeyed
or Apprentice Plumbers, Steamfitters or Sprinklerfitters, Civil or
Mechanical Engineer, Manufacturer's Agent, Irrigation-related
Personnel, or Public Health Official. There will be an additional
fee to write the AWWA Cross Connection Control Certification
examination. (3.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 65989
BBY
'63374
Oct 30 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 7 wks
rn
PPGS 0305
$365
CROSS CONNECTION TESTER PROGRAM
This continuous entry online training program is
designed to familiarize students with the CSA or PNWS-AWA
Cross Connection Control manual and develop mastery in both
practical testing and troubleshooting backflow assemblies.
Students will work with the BClT Cross Connection CD-Rod
interactive simulator based on the University of Southern
California (USC) test procedures using 3-valve and 5-valve
differential pressure gauges.
Sep 1
Web Based
12 wks
CRN 65013
Oct 1
Web Based,
12 wks
65014
Nov 1
Web Based
12 wks
65015
Dec 1
Web Based
12 wks
65016
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PPGS 1130
$220
CROSS CONNECTION CONTROL TESTER PRACTICAL
Supplements the Internet-based PPGS 0305 (PNW AWWA)
course. Student transfers knowledge learned from prerequisite
course PPGS 0305 to actual backflow prevention assemblies
which is a requirement for BCWWA certification. All other
prerequisites for this course are similar to PPGS 1155. Cross
Connection Control Certification examination fee is extra.
Prerequisite: PPCS 0305. (3.5 credits)
Nov20
Wed-Fri
0730-1415
1 wk
BBY CRN 66918
[email protected]
604-432-8242
SMTL 0110
$335
THE CREATIVE SIDE OF METAL
This course is geared towards exploring the creative side of
metal. Projects may include copper planters, brass spice racks,
galvanized metal birdhouses, or bring in your own ideas for
instructor approval. All materials are included. For more
information call the Sheet Metal department at 604-432-8242.
Prerequisite: None.
Oct 12 Sat
0800-1500 4 wks
BBY CRN 67106
SMTL 0130
$445
INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL
CONTROLLED PRESS BRAKE
This course will provide students the necessary skills to safely
operate the N.C. Press Brake. Topics covered will include safety
procedures, press brake controls and their functions,
programming and set-up and correct usage of measuring
devices. Prerequisite: one year experience in the metal trades.
Some familiarity with computers would be an asset.
Seo 7
Sat
0900-1650 5 wks
BBY CRN 67107
604-451-6833
[email protected]
STEL 0100
$340
STEEL FABRICATION CQ REFRBHER
Prepares students for the Steel Fabrication Certificate of
Qualification with Red Seal Endorsement (IP) and refreshes
theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the Ministry of
Labour (Industry Training and Apprenticeship Commission) to
determine eligibility and to schedule an exam. Prerequisite:
Minimum of six years experience in the trade.
Sep 21 Sat
0800-1300 8wks
BBY CRN 60021
STEL 0110
$315
STEEL FABRICATION (BASIC)
Focuses on math, pattern development, blueprint reading,
welding, and proper use of industrial machines. Typical steel
fabrication project is followed from initial design to shop
production.
Sep 21
Sat
0800-1300 6 wks
BBY CRN 32947
STEL 0115
$265
BLUEPRINT READING FOR WELDERS
AND STEEL FABRICATORS
Covers all aspects of blueprint reading for welding. Prerequisite:
Some knowledge of steel fabrication.
0800-1300 6wks
BBY CRN 38541
Sep21 Sat
STEL 0180
$755
INTRODUCTION TO CNC THERMAL MACHINING
Learn to operate a CNC burning machine. Topics include
adjusting oxy-fuel flame, plasma cutter, and loading shapes into
CNC burning machines.
0800-1300 6wks
BBY CRN 60020
Sep21 Sat
604-456-8082 or 604412-7564
[email protected]
WELD 0102
$435
INTRODUCTION TO WELDING
Interested in welding? Hands-on introduction to the common
welding processes used in industry. Course will include
oxyacetylene, MIG, TIC and stick welding as well as appropriate
safety procedures. CSA approved steel-toed boots and 100%
cotton coveralls required.
Sep 7
Sat
0830-1330
6wks
BBY CRN 66912
WELD 0103
$410 *
OXYACETYLENE/BRAZE~WELD/CUT
Introduces basics of fuel gas welding. Includes safety, shop
practice, procedures and operation of related equipment.
Nov2
Sat
0830-1330 6 wks
BBY CRN 32928
WELD 0104
$400
SHIELDED METAL ARC BASIC (STICK)
For those who have previous knowledge of the process or none
at all. The course will cover basic theory and safety and then be
flexible to adjust to an individual's skill set. CSA-approved leather
steel-toed work boots and 100% cotton coveralls required.
Nov2
Sat
0830-1330 6wks
BBY CRN 32930
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WELD 0106
$435
GAS METAL ARC BASIC (MIG)
Industrial and home hobby power sources will be used in this
course. Set-up of equipment and correct selectionof shielding
gases included. CSA-approved leather steel-toed boots and 100'
cotton coveralls required.
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NovZ
Sat
0830-1330
6 wks
BBY CRN 32936
WELD 0110
$435
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC BASIC (TIC)
Covers shielding gases, electrodes, equipment and practical
applications including. light gauge welding, repair, etc. Majority
of the welding will be done on mild steel with limited use of
stainless steel and aluminum included. CSA-approved leather
steel-toed boots and 100% cotton coveralls required.
Nov2
Sat
0830-1330
6wks
BBY CRN 32934
WELD 0120
$410
WELDING FOR THE ARTISAN
Presents a general interest course for those interested in artwork
furniture building and minor repair jobs around the home and
shop. Particularly designed for the hobby enthusiast or cottage
industries person.
NovZ
Sat
WELD 0121WELDING INSPECTION LEVEL 1
Preparesstudent to challenge CWB Level 1 Welding Inspector(CSA
W178.2) exam. Prerequisite for CWB examination: minimum one
year experience welding or completion of CWB recognizedcourses
in Fundamental Principles and Practices of Welding and Quality
Control and Inspectionof Welding (CSAW 178.2 Clause 8.1 .l)
*Consideration is being given to offering this course again in
the next term. Interested registrantsshould contact the
program assistant at 604-412-7564.
by campus, with field labs
(September - May) at our
conducted in various locations throughout North Vancouver
and Maple Ridge. This program is designed to provide students
with the field skffls necessary t o work in the forest industry. Theprogram requires a mini
rade 10 Math and English
rning Assessment and
(C+ or better) or (PLAR)
point for persons interested
Recognition and is a g
in working in the field of forestry. Students may apply for
individual course credit through P r i i Learning Assessment and
Recognition (PLAR). For information on the (PLAR) definition
and process visit
t u k t will be awarded a
completion of the pro
Certificate of Techno1
credit toward the two-year Forestry diploma program at BClT if
desired. For further information visit the Forest Resource
Technician rxoaram Web site at wvvw.renewres.bcit.ca
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604-432-8539
Dina-PattersonWit.ca
The Renewable Resource Management Advanced Diploma
Program (ADP) - Co-op Option combines management training
with practical work experience. It is designed to develop
teamwork-buiMng, problem-solving, decision-making, and
interpersonalskills, to prepare graduates for roles as project
supervisors, fiefd leaders and information coordinators in the
resource sector. The entFance requirement is a Technology
diploma or a degree in a related field, English 12 or equivalent,
good communication and technical problem-solving skills, a
good disposition toward teamwork, and fundamental computer
literacy. Qualified applicants with sufficient related work
experience may apply to have the co-op work term credits
granted through the Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition
(PLAR) program. An information package will be provided to
assist those candidates who are interested in having their past
work experiences considered for credit towards the Renewable
Resource Management Advanced Diploma through the P U R
process. Contact the Renewable Resources Technology
cooperative education office at 604-451-6911 or the Part-time
studies program assistant at 604-432-8539 for further
information. You may choose to enrol in the full term of
academic courses as a full-time student, or complete individual
academic credits course-by-coursefor personal or career
enhancement. For course availability, please see the Renewable
Resources Technology section of this flyer or visit the program
Web site at www.renewres.bcit.ca/rrm.htm.
[email protected]
[email protected]
BCIT's Renewable Resources Technology is offering a selection of
Part-time Studies courses commencing this term. There are
limited seats so we recommend that you register early. Contact
Dina Patterson at 604-432-8539, [email protected], t o
receive additionahformation or to register for the courses. Visit
our Web site at www.renewres.bcit.ca for further information.
604-456-8033
- 604-432-8539
RENR 1145
$179
CHAINSAW SAFETY AND USE
Basic training in the use and operation of power saws. Includes
theory, safety and proper usage of chainsaws for simple functions
in various work environments. Prerequisite: Student is responsible
for own safety footwear. (.5 credit)
Sep 14
Sat
0830-1600
1 day
BBY CRN 64692
RENR 1146
$599
FALLING AND BUCKING
WCB- recommended training standard for falling and bucking
procedures. The goal is to develop the knowledge, skills and
attitude to operate chainsaws in a safe and productive manner in
the work environment. Prerequisite: Survival First Aid
recommended. Student is responsiblefor own footwear. All other
equipment is supplied. (2 credits)
BBY. CRN 64691
Sep 24 Tue/Thr 1830-2200 2 wks
& Sat
0830-1530
[email protected]
604-456-8033
604-432-8539
[email protected]
Growing interest in the environmental and social value of trees
and the forest ecosystem in urban areas has created a demand
for more information. As a result, BClT is offering a program in
Urban and Community Forestry through Renewable Resources
Part-time Studies. Courses are open to anyone and may be taken
in any sequence, as stand-alone courses, or as part of a program
resulting in a Statement of Completion in Urban and Community
Forestryfor those who successfully complete the required
courses. Each eight (8) hour course will be scheduled on a
Wednesday evening from 1830 21 30 (3 hours) and on a
Saturday from 1000 - 1530 (5 hours) of the same week. There
are no prerequisites. It takes 10 credits or 160 hours to complete
the program. For further program information, visit the Urban
and Community Forestry Web site at
www.renewres.bcit.ca/urban.
lcrcyc 1101
$83
TRM IBtHTIFKAlWH
This introductory course examines the coniferous and deciduous
tree sppcies native to the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. A
field trip is planned for the Saturday. (.5 credit)
Sep4
WedISat 1830-2130 1wk
BBY CRN 66862
& Sat
1000-1530
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WTRUWCTION TO COREST sans
Describes the fundamentals properties of soil, and introduces soil
classification. There will be an opportunity to make soil
descriptionsin the field, take soil samples and interpret soil maps
and reports. Emphasis will be placed on the fertility of soils, soil
suitability for various tree and plant species, and potential soil
probtems. (.5 credit)
BBY CRN 66864
Sep 11 WedISat 1830-2130 1 wk
& Sat
1000-1530
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$83-
W M Z d ECOLOGY
Introduces ecosystem components, classification and
sustainabilityof urban ecosystems. The application of ecological
processes in urban land management and restoration will be
examined (5credit)
B8Y CRN 66865
Sep 25 WedISat 1830-2130 1 wk
& Sat
1000-1530
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DstlF 1104
$83
SOIL CQWSERVATIO#
This course will introduce the participant to some of the issues
surrounding the conservation of the soil resource in the forest
setting. These include soil erosion and compaction associated
with trail construction and urbanization, soil pollution, and the
effects of altered soil hydrology on the forest system. In addition,
strategies regarding the conservation of soil resource will be
introduced. ( 3credit)
Sep 18 WedISat 1830-2130 1 wk
BBY CRN 66867
& Sat
1000-1530
$83
PWWUS WOODY PLANTS
lntroductipn to pruning methods for woody plants with attention
to application of appropriate tools and timing. Includes a feld
component to observe past pruning practices and to get 'handson' use of selected tools. ( 5 credit)
Wed/Sat 1830-2130 1 wk
BBY CRN 66868
Oct 9
& Sat
1000-1530
$83
W N WILDLIFE
This course will provide participantswith an overview of the
diversity of wildlife (birds, mammals and herptiles) in thelower
Mainland of B.C. Identification of common species and discussions
of management issues will be covered in the classroom. Lecture
materialwill be supplemented by a field trip to a local wildlife
viewing area. For the field trip you will need: binoculars, bird field
guide, lunch, rain gear and sturdy shoes. (5credit)
BBY CRN 66870
Oct2
WedISat 1830-2130 1 wk
& Sat
1000-1530
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Requirements
Credits
BLDC 1050
Material and Methods 1
BLDC 1200
Cmstruction 1A I
BLDC 1205
Construction 1B
BLDC 1300
Estimating 1
BLDC 1500
Building Code: Part 9 (SFD)
Material and Methods 2
3.0
BLDC 2050
Electives
T U Credits Required
Certificate in Architectural and
Building Engineering Technology
Recommended t o individuals who want to advance in-th
careers or are currently working in design 1 build offices for
homes and small commercial projects, material suppliers and
installers, estimating, and real e,state marketing, property
management and municipal offices. Part-time Studies courses
listed as BLDC have been developed to align content with first
year courses in the daytime diploma program in Architectural
and Building EngineeringTechnology. Course credits may now
be granted to students on an individual basis transferring t o
two-year full-time diploma program.
Requirements
Credits
BLDC 1000
Architectural Graphics
3.0
BLDC 2000
Architectural Planning 1
3.0
3.0
BLDC 2005
Architectural Manning 2
BLDC 1500
Building Code. Part,9 (SFD)
3.0
3.0
BLDC 1200
Construction 1A
BLDC 1205
Construction IB
3.0
BLDC 2200
Construction28 i
4.5
MDC 2205
Construction 2B
4.5
BlLK 2400
Architectural CAD 11
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3.0
BLDC 2405
Architectural CAD
3.0
BLDC 1300
Estimating 1
3.0
BLDC 2300
Estimating 2
3.0
BLDC 1050
Materials and Methbs 1
3.0
BLDC 2050
Materials and Methpds 2
3.0
BLDC 3050
Building Envelope Pfrformance
3.0
BLDT 201 1
Construction Documents and Contracts 3.0
COMM 1 1 03
lntro to Business an1
3.0
Technical Communtcations
MATH 1011
Trigonometry
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3.0
MATH 1012
Analytical Geomet4 and Logarithms
3.0
ClVL 1000
Statics
6.0
Electives
9.0
Total Credits Required
75.0
Recommended Electives:
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BLDG 1008
Residential Landscape Design
1.5
*BLDG 1830
B.C. Building Code:/Part, 3 Introduction 3.0
*BLDG 1835
B.C. Building Code:'Part 3 - Advanced 3.0
BLDG 1825
B.C. Building Code:'Part 9 Multi
Unit and Small Builkngd
3.0
BLDG 2860
Vectorworks 1
1.5
BLDG 2865
VectorWorks2
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1.5
BLDG 3840
Computer Construcfion Estimating
3.0
OPMT 1 1 35
ArchiCAD 6.5 Level /l
3.0
*new courses replacing BLDG 1820 '
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604-41 2-7477
[email protected]
604-432-8586
[email protected]
Programs of Study
Statement of Completion in Construction Operations
Associate Certificate in Construction !Supervision
Associate Certificate in Site Management
Associate Certificate in Building Desi$ and Architectural CAD
Associate Certificate in Building Construction Technolo
Certificate in Architectural and Building
Engineering Technology
Certified Property Inspection courses - ASlTBC certification
Courses for professional developmeni.
Non Credit - interest courses
Associate Certificate in Building Design
and Architectural CAD
This Associate Certificate program is designed to provide
students with a competency skill level for working in the field of
housing design and presentation graphics. Recommendedto
individuals who want t o advance in their careers or are currently
working in home design offices, material suppliers, retail, and
real estate marketing and municipal offices. All credits earned
may be applied to the Certificate in Architectural and Building
EngineeringTechnology.
Requirements Credits
BLDC 1000
Architectural Graphics
3.0
BLDC 1200
Construction 1 A
3.0
BLDC 2000
Architectural Planning 7
3.0
BLDC 2005
Architectural Planning 2
3.0
BLDC 2400
Architectural CAD 1
3.0
BLDC 2405
Architectural CAD 2
3.0
.Electives
3.0
Total Credits Required
21.0
Associate Certificate in Building
Construction Technology
This Associate Certificate program is designed to provide
students with a competency skill level for working in the field of
housing and small building design and construction.
Recommended to individuals, who want t o advance in their
careers or are currently working in designlbuild offices, working
with construction documents, material suppliers and installers, estimating, and municipal offices. All credits earned may be
applied to the Certificate in Architectural and Building
EngineeringTechnology.
604-434-1610
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BLDC lo00
$365
ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS
IntroducesArchitectural Drafting. Covers basic architectural drafting
techniques and skills. Drawing development with emphasis on line
techniques, graphic symbols and industry standards. Graphical
communication required for the preparation of development permit
drawings for residential buildings. Covers techniques necessary for
creating 3 dimensional drawing. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145
BLDC 1200
CONSTRUCTION 1A
12 wks
BBY CRN 61595
$365
Introduces basic principles of building construction. Develops
skills to produce a basic set of construction working drawings.
Topics include site layout, foundation details, western wood
frame detailing, and preparation of a partial set of working
drawings for a single family residence. Previous drafting
experience or BLDC 1000 is recommended prior to taking this
course. (3 credits)
18452145 12wks BBY CRN 61596
Sep 10 Tue
BLDC 1300
$365
ESTIMATING 1
Introduces the student to reading construction drawings and
specifications and the measurement of constructionwork.
Specific study of methods of measurement techniques applicable
to sitework, concrete and masonry. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61597
BLDC 1500
$365
B.C. BUILDING CODE PART 9 (SFD)
Provides a working knowledge of Part 9 of the 1998 B.C.
Building Code as it applies to single family dwellings. Prepares
students to check plans, inspect buildings and deal with
questions relating to Part 9. Covers acceptable materials, systems
and methods used in housing construction. Students must bring
B.C. Building Code to the first class. (3 credits)
Sep 1 1
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61598
BLDC 2200
1545
CONSTRUCTION ZA
Continues from BLDC 1205. Topics include western frame and
modified post and beam construction, details for roof construction, stairs, doors and windows, further development of
working drawings to include these elements. Prerequisite:
BLDC 1205. (4.5 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 18 wks BBY CRN 63226
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BLDC 2400
$545
ARCHITECTURAL CAD 1
Introduces CAD for Architects, building designers and builders.
Designed to familiarize the student with the operation of
AutoCAD in the architectural environment utilizing the most
recent release of the software. Prerequisite: BLDC 1000 or
drafting skills and familiarity with Windows. (3 credits)
Sep11 Wed
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 61600
BLDC 2405
$545
ARCHITECTURAL CAD 2
Continues from BLDC 2400 utilizing the most recent release of
the software. Emphasis is on application of software in
production of drawings for presentation, development and
building permits, and working drawings. Some 3-D techniques
presented. Prerequisite: BLDC 2400 (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61602
SeD 11
BLDC 3050
$365
BUILDING ENVELOPE PERFORMANCE
Overview of design and construction considerationsfor a durable
building enclosure. Covers evaluation of assemblies, cladding and
windows for thermal, moisture and wind resistance; correct
application of air, moisture and vapour barriers for pressure
equalized rainscreens and face-sealed systems. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61603
Sep 17 Tue
BLDC 3060
$455
BUILDING ENVELOPE - LABORATORY
Building on the theory form BLDC 3050, covers the practical
aspects of Building Envelope performancewith a focus on testing
methods currently used in the Lower Mainland. Hands-on labs
include tools and methods used in the evaluation of building
envelope performance: window and wall testing for air-tightness
and rain penetration, sealants, wood frame, fasteners, membranes
and vapour barriers. Rain wear, safety glasses and steel-toed boots
are required. Prerequisite: BLDC 3050. (3 credits)
Sep 18 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67020
BLDG OOO1
$215
BUILDING YOUR OWN HOUSE
Demonstrates how to build a functional home within a budget.
Guides participants through the permit and construction process,
budget, various contracting alternatives and the selection of trade
contractors. Also focuses on recognizing and ensuring practical
design. Of interest to property owners and first-time house
builders. Course included a field trip to be announced in class.
1845-2145 7 wks
BBY CRN 37297
Sep 19 Thr + 1
BLDG 1825
$365
B.C. BUILDING CODE MULTI UNIT AND SMALL BUILDINGS
Examines Part 9 of the 1998 B.C. Building Code as it applies to
multi-unit residential and small commercial and industrial
buildings. Covers plan checking and inspection techniques.
Prepares students to deal with issues relating to Part 9 of the B.C.
Building Code. Some duplicationof material covered in BLDC
1500. Students must bring the B.C. Building Code to the first
class. Prerequisite: knowledge of building construction. (3 credits)
SeD 12 Thr
1845-2145 1 2 W k S BBY CRN 64800
BLDG 1830
$365
B.C. BUILDING CODE PART 3 INTRODUCTION
Introductionto building code requirements related
to Part 3 of the B.C. Building Code. Provides students with basic
skills and a general working knowledge of the code to analyse Part
3 buildings relating to passive fire protection features. This course
will be followed by BLDC 1835 B.C. Building Code:Part 3
Advanced. Students must bring B.C. Building Code to the first class.
Prerequisite: Some knowledge of the B.C. Building Code. (3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67022
Sep 1 1
BLDG 2860
$405
VECTORWORKS 1
Introductorycourse where participants learn the basics of
MiniCAD VectorWorks, including object creatiodediting,
snapping, layers, symbols and file organization. Exercises and
lectures emphasize MiniCAD Vectorworks for architectural
drafting. The primary erercises focus on preparing a house plan
and section. Course materials are provided. Prerequisite: Basic
drafting knowledge and computer literacy. (1.5 credits)
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 61607
Sep9
Mon
BLDG 2865
$405
VECTORWORKS 2
,
Building on skills learned in BLDC 2860, participants will explore
Vectorworks feature set in depth, including classes, techniques
for drawing architectural sections and elevations, and
introductory 3 0 object creation. Topics covered also include
custom commands, worksheets and databases. Course materials
include support documentation and useful macros, symbols and
template files. Prerequisite: BLDC 2860. (1.5 credits)
Oct28 Mon
1845-2145 6wks
BBY CRN 61609
BClTin cooperation with the Applied Science
Technologists and Technicians of B.C. (ASlTBC),
offers a series of courses in the inspectionfield.
BClT offers the following courses that meet the academic
requirements of ASrrBC for (CHI) Certification. Courses must
be taken in order and a final grade of 70% in each course is
required by ASTTBC. Individuals wishing to receive credit for
any course listed below must receive written approval from the
ASrrBC prior to registering. For specific informationon
requirements for certification, please contact M B C , Tel: 604585-2788, or e-mail [email protected]
BLDC 291 5
House Inspection 1
BLDC 1500
B.C. Building Code: Part 9 (SFD)
BLDG 2925
House Inspection 2
BLDC 2935
House Inspection 3: Report Writing
House Inspection 4: Field Inspection
BLDC 2945
BClT in cooperation with the Applied Technologists and
Technicians of B.C. (ASlTBC), will offer a series of courses
related to Commercial Inspection. The program, leading to a
CPI Certification, will continue from the CHI certification and
will also include the following courses:
BLDC 1825
B.C. Building Code: Multi
Unit and Small Buildings
BLDG 2965
Commercial Inspection 1
(tentative offering date January2003)
BLDC 2975
Commercial Inspection 2
(tentative offering date April 2003)
BLDG 2915
$545
HOUSE INSPECTION 1
Provides practical and theoretical information required to
inspect existing houses for visible defects. It is the first of a serie
of courses that meet the academic requirements of the Applied
Science Technologists and Technicians of B.C. (ASlTBC) for thei
certification. Prerequisite: An understanding and general
knowledge of house construction. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33151
Seo 10 Tue
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$605
HOUSE INSPECTION 2
Continues from BLDC 291 5. Demonstrates how to analyze the
major components/systems in existing houses, with special
emphasis on identification of problems inherent in these
systems. The course includes a field trip to be announced in
class. Prerequisite: BLDC 291 5, BLDC 1500 and knowledge of
components/systems in houses. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue + 1 1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 3588i
* date and time of field trip to be announced in class
BLDC 2935
$405
HOUSE INSPECTION 3: REPORT WRITING
Presents communication skills for experienced house inspectors
or for persons considering the house inspection field. Teaches
practical techniques for planning, selecting and presenting
information effectively and professionally. Includes correct
format for memos, letters, instructions, procedures, and house
inspection reports. Prerequisite: English 12 or equivalent.
(3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 60107
*No class on statutory holidays
BLDC 2945
$725
HOUSE INSPECTION 4 FIELD INSPECTION
Provides students with practical experience in conducting house
inspections. Includes five field inspections, each followed by a
classroom session to review inspections. Prerequisite: BLDG
291 5 BLDC 1500, BLDC 2925 and BLDC 2935 ( 2936) with a
final grade of 70% in each course. (3 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1845-2145 1OWks BBY CRN 60113
*field trips (inspections) may be scheduled outside of above
schedule and likely to be Saturdays or Sundays
BLDC 3840
$545
COMPUTER CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING
Covers measurement and pricing of constructionwork using
Timberline Precision Estimating Software. This course will cover
"take-off" procedures, building databases and designing simple
assemblies. Prerequisite:BLDC 1 300 or construction estimating
experience with departmental approval. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12Wks BBY CRN 33154
Sep 10 Tue
[email protected]
604-453-4009
604-432-8586
[email protected]
Attendance a t an Information Session is required.
Wednesday, Aug. 28
1800-1 930
Building NE1, Room 31 7
(See schedule at Beginning of Section or
visit www. bcit.ca/infoessions)
Construction Operations - Statement of Completion
BClT and the Vancouver Regional Construction Association
(VRCA), have teamed up to offer a multi-level, Part-time Studies
training program for people who wish to enter the construction
industry and for people already in the industry who wish to
enhance their career potential. The ConstructionOperations
program is open to anyone, subject to minimum entrance
requirements (Grade 10) and is specifically designed to
accommodate individuals with a trade background.
Requirements
Credits
BLDT 101 1
Applied Construction Mathematics
3.0
BLDT 1021
ConstructionDrawings
1.5
BLDT 1031
Site Processes in Construction
3.0
BLDT 1041
Basic Estimating with
3.0
Computer Applications
BLDT 1051
Technical Writing and
3.0
Communication Skills
BLDT 1061
Basic Management & Ethics
3.0
Total Credits Required
16.5
Construction Supervision - Associate Certificate
The ConstructionSupervision Program is open to individuals
who have completed the Construction Operations program and
to individuals who receive department approval for direct entry.
Registration in the program requires an interview and
departmental approval.
Requirements
Credits
BLDT 201 1
Construction Documents and Contracts 3.0
BLDT 2021
Basic Project Management Skills
3.0
BLDT 2031
Technical Writing/lnterpersonaI Skills
3.0
BLDT 2041
Basic Construction Design Principles 1
3.0
BLDT 2042
Basic ConstructionDesign Principles 2 3.0
BLDT 2051
Construction Materials and Assemblies 3.0
BLDT 2061
Computer Applications in Construction 3.0
BLDT 2071
Safety Legislation
1.5
BLDT 2081
Environmental Legislation
1.5
Total Credits Required
24.0
Associate Certificate Site Management
The Site Management Associate Certificate
program provides further study in business and
construction related topics. The courses offer more specialized
subject matter, and also provide an emphasis on management
growth and skills. It has been developed to supplement
graduates with a broader base of knowledge at their place of
work. It is also intended to prepare students for further study in
the constructionfield and the degree program.
Requirements
Credits
BLDC 3050
Building Envelope Performance
3.0
BLDC 1300
Estimating
3.0
BLDC 1830
B.C. Building Code Part 3 - Introduction 3.0
BLDC 3840
Computer Construction Estimating
3.0
h*NEWCourse Scheduling and Document
Control using Primavera
3.0
FMCT 11 00
Accounting
3.0
MKTC 1 102
Essentials of Marketing
3.0
21 .o
Elective Courses (courses must comprise a minimum
of an additional 6 credit hours)
BLDG 1835
B.C. Building Code Part 3 - Advanced
3.0
IUSA 1005
Introductionto Business
3.0
!USA 1305
Supervisory Skills
3.0
!USA 2905
Managing Conflict in the Workplace
3.0
dKTC 1324
Small Business Development
3.0
IRCB 2505
Interpersonal Skills
3.0
6.0
rota1 Credits Required
27.0
BLDT 1011
$365
APPLIED CONSTRUCTION MATHEMATICS
Application of basic mathematics, algebra, geometry and
trigonometry to the constructionand building industry.
Prerequisite: Grade 10 English and Math or departmental
approval. (3 credits)
SeD 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63230
e
BLDT 1021
$200
CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
Provides an introduction to the relationships between drawings
and building construction. Emphasis is on practical application of
learned skills in a lab environment. These skills are essential for
further studies in site processes, constructionprocedures and
estimating. Prerequisite: Grade 10 English and Math, or
department approval. (1.5 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145
6wks
BBY
CRN 63239
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BLDT 1031
$365
SITE PROCESSES IN CONSTRUCTION
Enables students who successfully complete this course to;
identify and layout the site general requirements, understand thc
basic contractual and organizational arrangements of a typical
construction project; undertake in the planning for the efficient
management of a construction site in the areas of material
procurement, equipment selection, layout and scheduling.
(3 credits)
Sep 1 1 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64803
BLDT 1051
$365
TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATIONS
Familiarizes the technical writer with some basic formats and
conventions of documents used in the construction industry.
Topics include memos, short letters, facsimiles, agendas and
minutes or notes of job-site and office meetings. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64802
BLDT 2011
$365
CONSTRUCTION DOCUM
Provides students with a ba
contract documents and an understanding of the principles of a
contract relationship. Utilizing CCDC I1 as a practical in class
study guide. Prerequisite: BLDTlO31 and successful completion
of Construction Operations program or departmental approval.
(3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63243
il‘
BLDT 2021
$365
BASIC PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILLS
Provides students with the basic concepts of project management.
This includes project planning, project controls, cash flow
projections and documentation of the project. Prerequisite: BLDT
1031 and successful completion of Construction Operations
program or departmental approval. (3 credits)
Sep 11
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63244
BLDT 2051
$365
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND ASSEMBLIES
A conceptual introductory course which acquaints students with
the materials and assemblies encountered in project work from
Divisions One through Ten. Reviews how physical properties of the
materials are derived and how these properties are implementedin
the construction project. Reviews how to select, handle, purchase,
and measure materials as part of the project technical/managemeni
team. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Construction
Operations program or departmental approval. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 67144
Sep 12 Thr
BLDT 2071
$200
Offerings of the courses listed for this program can be found via
the course finder on the BCIT Website at: http://courses.bcit.ca/
CMAB 4100
$360
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY
MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION
Per IS09001 -2000, participants will review Quality Management
Systems, prepare a Quality Plan and a Work Method, and
recognize the consequences of quality practices on construction
projects. Examination of CSA A23.1 and .2-2000 standards will
provide the basis for understanding quality control, inspection,
and testing practices in concrete construction. Prerequisite:
Associate Certificate in Site Management or Department of
Construction Management approval. (3 credits)
1830-2130 12 Wks BBY CRN 67142
Sep 12 Thr
[email protected]
604-451-6969
604432-8539
[email protected]
C N L 1001
$365
GRAPHICAL COMMUNICATION 1
Uses freehand sketching to introduce the student in preparing
conceptual civil engineering drawings, contour maps, and asbuilt records based on field measurements. Also, an introduction
to various aspects of civil engineering. (2 credits)
Sep24 Tue
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 63215
C N L 1721
$390
CIVIL PROJECT SCHEDULING
Covers the planning, scheduling, resource allocation and
management of civil engineering projects. Students will develop
scheduling scenarios based on productivity rates, crew sizes, and
duration of construction activities. Various scheduling techniques
including the Critical Path Method principles will be discussed in
the course. (2.5 credits)
1845-2045 8 wks
BBY CRN 65993
Sep 16 Mon
C N L 2003
$485
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1
Using AutoCAD software, the student is introduced to drawing
preparation and simple designs in civil engineering. Prerequisite:
ClVL 1001. (2.5 credits)
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 39946
Sep 12 ‘ Thr
C N L 2224
$485
ASPHALT TECHNOLOGY
Teaches students how to select suitable materials for asphaltic
concrete design using SHRP EQUIPMENT as well as the Marshall
method. Topics include plant and paving quality control,
asphaltic cement testing, calculation for asphaltic design.
Prerequisite: ClVL 1580 or departmental approval. (3 credits)
Sep 18 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 39947
C N L 2545
$640 HYDROSTATICS AND PIPE FLOW
Covers hydrostatics, including forces on plane and curved
surfaces, and buoyancy. Introduces pipe flow and covers
Bernoulli’s equation and pipe friction. Also includes pump
selection, flow measurement and network analysis. Prerequisite
CNL 1000. (4 credits)
Sep 16
Mon
1845-2145 18 wks BBY CRN 66997
C N L 2582
$485
SOIL MECHANICS 1
Introduces soil mechanics emphasizing soil testing and
classification, compaction, permeability. Prerequisite: ClVL 1580
or departmental approval. (3 credits)
S e D t 9 Thr
1845-2145 12 Wks BBY CRN 64848
604-412-7469
[email protected]
This program is intended to build upon previous credentials
offered in the constructionarena, with the objective that program
participantsbe accepted into the Bachelor of TKhnology in
Construction Management degree completion program.
In preparing individuals for the academic achievements
expected of those in a degree program, more emphasis is
placed on core academic topics balanced with upper-level
diploma courses specific to the program. This balance also
incorporates computer-basedtopics and independent directed
studies (in the form of a project). This program will build upon
your knowledge and skills in areas such-as mathematics,
physics, CAD drafting, and communications. It also introduces
others topics such as quality management, information
technology, human resource management, and management.
Entrance Requirements
High school graduation. English 12 (C). Math 1 1 (C).
Journeypersonstatus (Inter-provincialR e d Seal certificate or
Certificate of Qualification)
Statement of Completion in ConstructionOperations
Associate Certificate in Construction Supervision
Associate Certificate in Site Management
Program Content
Hours Credits
Technical Mathematics
, MATH 0001
Introduction
90
.O
MATH 101 1
Technical Mathematics 1 :
Trigonometry
36
3.0
MATH 1012
Tech Math 2 Logarithms
and Analytical Geometry
36
3.0
PHYS 1301
General Physics 1
84
6.0
DRFT 1110
45
3.0
C N L 3121
$390
URBAN STREET DESIGN
Using the R.T.A.C. classification system as a guide, students will
design a major road and intersection. Vertical and horizontal ’
alignment, drainage and design control techniques will be
emphasized. Prerequisite: ClVL 1622 and CNL 2003 or
departmental approval. (3 credits)
Sep 25
Wed
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 61472
ClVL 4100
$575
ELEMENTARY STRUCTURE DESIGN
Provides a general introduction to the design of statically
determinate structures. Topics include limit states design
philosophy, determination of dead load and live load effects
according to national standards, design of simple tension and
compression members, beams, columns. Prepares students for
structural design courses such as Wood Design, Steel Design and
Reinforced Concrete Design. Prerequisite: ClVL 2002. (3 credits)
604-451 -6969
[email protected]
604-432-8539
[email protected]
W B W 1001
$255
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS
Identifiesand explains many of the activities related to the
construction, operation and maintenance of municipal roads and
utilities. On completion, students will be eligible to continue with
a more in-depth program in sewers, watermains or roadworks
training courses. (1 credit)
SeD25 Wed
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 33088
PUBW 1002
$390
INTRODUCTION TO MUNICIPAL SERVICING
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An introductionto municipal servicing. Topics include construction
methods, quality control process, materials and equipment used in
the construction and operation of municipal services. Students will
be exposed to decision making process used in construction based
on a good understanding of applicable regulations and field
conditions often encountered during construction. (2.5 credits)
Sep 25
Wed
1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 67001
PUBW 1105
$530
WASTE WATER OPERATOR 1
Provides general knowledge of repair, maintenance and
constructionof sanitary sewer systems including tools, records,
materials, blockages, and testing. Prepares students for the
Environmental Operator‘s Certification Program (EOCP) Level 1
exam. EOCP examination time and fee information will be made
available to all qualified students. Prerequisite or co-requisite:
PUBW 1001 or PUBW 1002. (3 credits)
Sep 24
Tue
12 wks
1830-2130
BBY CRN 64845
PUBW 1114
$530
WATER OPERATOR 1
Introduces the student to both the technical and practical
aspects of the construction, operation and maintenance of a
municipal water distribution system. Prepares students for the
Environmental Operator‘s Certification program (EOCP) Level 1
exam. EOCP examination time and fee information will be made
available to all qualified studen:.
Prerequisite or co-requisite:
PUBW 1001 or PUBW 1002. (3 credits)
Sep26
Thr
12 wks
1830-2130
BBY CRN 64846
PUBW 1121
$390
ROADWORKS MAINTENANCE 1
Covers the topics of pavement failures and pavement repair
techniques, asphalt mixes, crack sealing and the types of
equipment used, street lighting systems, pavement marking and
street signs, vegetation control, sweeping and shoulder
maintenance. Maintenance management and pavement
management systems and their integration with job costing are
reviewed. Prerequisite: PUBW 1001 or PUBW 1002. (2.5 credits)
Sep24 Tue
1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 331 17
PUBW 1141
$365
MUNICIPAL PLAN READING
Introduces the student to the interpretation of engineering
drawings used in public works construction. Illustrates the
correlation between construction layout, specifications and
standard drags. (2.5 credits)
Sep24
Tue
10 wks
1830-2130
BBY CRN 64176
PUBW 2202
$530
WATER PUMP STATION OPERqTlON
Covers both pumping stations and wells. Includes
control valves and identification, maintenance and trouble
shooting of pumps, demonstrations and hands-on maintenance of
seals, packing, impellors, bearing and shaft alignment. Operational
procedures for pumping, screening and treatment are discussed
together with preventive nd predictive maintenance programs.
Prerequisite: PUBW 1201 or PUBW 1 1 13. (3 credits)
SeD25 Wed
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRNI
PUBW 2204
,
I
’$530
FLOW CONTROL DEVICES
Selection and sizing of the wide range of flow control devices
such as butterfly valves, pressure relief, altitude, surge and flow
limiting valves. In addition, a wide range of valve actuators are
discussed together with remote control systems. A demonstration
of the dismantling and testing of butterfly valves is also included.
Prerequisiteor co-requiste: PUBW 1 1 13. (3 credits)
Seo26 Thr
1830-21 30 12 wks BBY CRN 39952
[email protected]
[email protected]
604-433-2185
604-681-6461
Interior Design Certificate
This program is designed for those seeking employment in the
INTD
INTD
INTD
INTD
INTD
1000
1020
2000
3070
I010
Interior Design Bqsic ,
Interior Design Dqafting 1
Colour and Lighting
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INTD 0010
$323
FREEHAND DRAWING
Introduces student to drawing as a means of visual
communication. The focus is on d veloping freehand drawing
skills to assist student in design pr sentation drawing. This course
is the prerequisite for INTD 31 IO. $0credits)
Sep 14
Sat
0900-1200 I 12 bks BBY CRN 61 799
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=Register
online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
/Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
1!
INTD 1000
INTERIOR DESIGN BASIC
$323
Introduces the field of interior design. Student will gain a good
understanding of the interior design art form. This is the
prerequisite for all other courses in the certificate program and
may be taken concurrently with INTD 1010, INTD 1020, INTD
2000 or INTD 3070 only. (3 credits)
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 32241
Mon
Sep 9
32242
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
Mon
Sep 9
32243
1800-2100 12wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
32244
0900-1600
6 wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
32246
0900-1200 12wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
BBY
32247
1 wk
Mon-Fri 0900-1700
01321
35810
2 wks BBY
Mon-Fri 1300-1630
Sep 9
INTD 1010
$323
HISTORY OF FURNITURE
Covers the history of furniture from ancient Egypt to the 20th
century. Prerequisite: INTD 1000. May be taken concurrently
with INTD 1000. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 12wks BBY CRN 32248
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 12 wks BBY
32249
INTD 1020
$713
INTERIOR DESIGN DRAFTING 1
Presents aspects of architectural drafting beginning with
lettering, equipment awareness and technical vocabulary. Enables
student to present plans, elevations, and site sections with
correct architectural symbols in presentation. Prerequisite: INTD
1000. May be taken concurrently with INTD 1000. (6 credits)
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 0900-12400 12 wks BBY CRN 63568
INTD 2000
$347
COLOUR AND LIGHTING
Provides student with colour theory and characteristics of lamps.
Prerequisite: INTD 1000. May be taken concurrently with INTD
1000. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 12wks BBY CRN 32252
32253
1800-2100 l2wks BBY
Sep 11 Wed
32254
0900-1600
6 wks BBY
Oct 30 Wed
32255
1800-2100 12wks BBY
Sep 12 Thr
35812
0900-1600
6 wks BBY
Oct21 Mon
INTD 2020
$713
INTERIOR DESIGN DRAFTING 2
Presents isometric views, shadow and light, construction and
dimensioning. Focuses on the presentation of one and two point
perspective. Prerequisite: 65% in INTD 1020. Student must bring
transcript to first class. (6 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
0900-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 38396
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1800-2100 12 wks BBY
38397
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1600 12wks BBY
63454
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$215
BUSINESS PRACTICES FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
Presents information on basic business and marketing practices.
Topics include portfolios, presentations, resumes, contracts and
interviews relating to interior design. Prerequisite: INTD 1000.
(1.5 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 6wks
BBY CRN 32261
BBY
61868
SeplO, Tue
0900-1200 6wks
INTD 3010
$323
GRAPHIC PRESENTATION
Teaches student to present design plans, elevations and perspectives graphically emphasizing use of markers and coloured
pencils. Prerequisite:
nt must bring
INTD 2020 transcrip
Sept 10 Tue
BY CRN 32256
INTD 3040
$377
SPACE PLANNING 1
Introduces student to factors and methodology used by interior
designers to plan residential space. Student will analyze existing
plans, learn furniture placement, plan a kitchen layout, and
develop an apartment or house plan. Prerequisites: INTD 1000,
65% in INTD 1020. Student must bring INTD 1020 transcript to
first class. (3 credits)
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 32258
Sep 10 Tue
35813
Sep 10 Tue
0900-1200 12wkS BBY
65886
Sep 13 Fri
0900-1200 l2wks BBY .
INTD 3050
$323
DETAILING/CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
Acquaints student with the properties, characteristics and uses of
materials used for interior construction and custom furnishings.
Introduces the methods and techniques involved in the
preparation of working drawings for interior construction and
millwork. Prerequisite: 65% in INTD 2020. Student must bring
INTD 2020 transcript to first class. (3 credits)
Sep 12
Thr
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 33428
38399
Sep9
Mon
0900-1600
6 wks BBY
INTO 3070
$323
MATERIALS 1
Covers interior finishing specifications and materials for floors,
walls, ceilings and windows, and the characteristics of fabrics.
Student may not miss the first night of class. Prerequisite: INTD
1000. May be taken concurrently with INTD 1000. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 32259
Sepll
Wed
0900-1200 12wks BBY
35814
SeD 12 Thr
0900-1200 12 wks BBY
39221
INTD-kOO
$260
DIRECTED STUDIES PROJECT
Allows student to incorporate all material from previous courses into
a major project. Prerequisite: All other courses in the Interior Design
certificate program with a 65% minimum. 65% must be obtained
in INTD 4000 prior to registering in the Senior Certificate program.
Student must bring all transcripts to first class. (1.5 credits)
Oct24 Thr
1800-2700 6 wks
BBY CRN 32260
BBY
61806
01224
Thr
1300-1600 6wks
INTD 4040
$377
SPACE PLANNING 2
Using the skills acquired in Space Planning 1, student will research
and develop layouts and concepts for three types of commercial
applications - retail, hospitality and corporate. Prerequisites: INTD
1000 and 65% in INTD 3040 and 65% in INTD 2020. Student
must bring transcripts to first class. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 37067
38402
SeD9
Mon
1800-2100 12 wks BBY
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AUTOCAD 1 FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
Formerly AlCO 1000. Introduces the AutoCAD workstation on
the PC including basic 2D drawing creation, editing, view
manipulation, text, dimensioning, introduction to blocks,
hatching and plotting. Prerequisites: INTD 1020, and familiarity
with Windows 95 and Office 97. (3 credits)
Sept 9 Mon
0900-1600
6 wks BBY CRN 66894
66895
1800-2100 12 wks BBY
Sept 11 Wed
66896
0900-1600
6 wks BBY
Seo 14 Sat.
lNTD4060.
$545
AUTOCAD 2 FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
Student produces 2D architecturaldrawings using the current PC
release with emphasis on practicing and applying AutoCAD 1
commands to architectural drawings. External references, paper
space/model space, and attributes are introduced. Prerequisite:
65% in AlCO 1160 (formerly AlCO 1000) and INTD 2020.
Student must bring transcripts to first class. (3 credits)
0900-1600 6 wks
BBY CRN 36178
O b 26 Sat
Oct28 Mon
0900-1600 6wks
BBY
37068
l=D 4070
$95
REFRESHER FOR INTD 4060
(AUTOCAD 2 FOR INTERIOR DESIGN)
This one day seminar is a refresher course for those wishing to
update their AutoCAD 2 skills, or for those entering AutoCAD 3
and have not used their AutoCAD skills for a couple of terms.
Prerequisite 50% in INTD 4060. (0 credits)
Sun
0900-1600 1 day
BBY CRN 67220
Sep 8
Interior Design Senior Certificate
This program is designed for students who have completed the
Interior Design Certificate program and wish to obtain the
necessary credits in Interior Design education required to write the
NCIDQ. Certain courses have been selected to complement the
certificate program and may not require completion of INTD 4000
Directed Studies. Students are advised to ensure prerequisites have
been met prior to registration. Students who do not meet the
prerequisite requirements will not be permitted to continue in the
course. Required courses in the Senior Certificate program are:
INTD 2080
Colour2
INTD 3170
Millwork Drawings
INTD 2180
Design Theory
INTD 3110
Graphic Presentation 2*
INTD 3160
AutoCAD 3 for Interior Design*
INTD 2010
Contemporary Furniture, Architecture & Design*
INTD 2070
Lighting 2
INTD 3120
Human and Environmental Factors
INTD 4140
Space Planning 3
INTD 2101
Barrier-free Design and Building Code
INTD 31 30
Visual Merchandising and Display
INTD 3150
Interior Construction and Renovation
INTD 3190
Design Project
INTD 4260
AutoCAD 4 for Interior Design
INTD 41 70
Materials 2
INTD 3140
Marketing and Work Week
INTD 4100
Project Management
INTD 4400
Furniture Design
INTD 4500
Directed Studies 2
*These courses may be taken prior to completion of the
certificate pro ram, but may have prerequisites.
Courses Ol%ered t h i s Term:
INTD 3130
$209
VISUAL MERCHANDISING & DISPLAY
Examines display areas and the elements used in arranging
objects and artwork. Learn how to use colour, shape, scale,
texture, and finish to create vignettes, Prerequisites: INTD 1000,
1020, 2000. (1.5 credits)
SeD 12 Thr
1800-2100 6 wks
BBY CRN 63117
INTD 3150
$323
INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATION
Wood-frame construction and other construction methods will
be studied. A small residential project will incorporate building
technologies and finishes pertaining to a renovation. Prerequisite:
INTD 2180 and 4140. (3 credits)
Sea 9
Mon
1800-2100 12 wks BBY CRN 63118
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INTD 3160
$545
AUTOCAD 3 FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
Further advancement in AutoCAD training on current release for
the PC. Upon completion, student will be able to do 3D
projection and interior construction drawings. Prerequisite: 65%
in INTD 4060, Student must bring INTD 4060 transcript to first
class. (3 credits)
SeD 11 Wed
1300-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 37424
lNTD3170
$239
MILLWORK DRAWINGS
Focus will be on designing and detailing built-in furniture with
emphasis on commercial spaces. Student can expect to have
some interaction with professional cabinetmakers. Prerequisites:
65% in INTD 4000 and INTD 2180. May be taken concurrently
with INTD 2180.(1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 65057
Oct22 Tue
1300-1600 6 wks
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INTD 3190
$323
DESIGN PROJECT
Working through one comprehensive project, student will learn
how to take the basic design concept and develop it to completion.
The project will encompass space planning, material and finish
selection, full interior construction drawings, furniture selection,
millwork details and a 3D model. Prerequisite: INTD 2070, 2080,
2180, 3110, 3160, 3170, 65% in INTD 4140. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1800-2100 12wkS BBY CRN 63119
INTD 4170
$215
MATERIALS 2
Covers estimating the practical application of materials and
commercial materials, standards and specifications. Prerequisite:
INTD 3070. (1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 63121
Oct 24 Thr
1800-2100 6 wks
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INTD 4260
$545
AWOCAD 4 FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
The main focus will be a further understandingof
construction/working drawings, millwork detailing and scaling.
Prerequisite: 65% in INTD 3160.
1300-1600 12 Wks BBY CRN 65047
Sep 13 Fri
[email protected]
604-451-7001
You may take any or all of our part-time CIS courses to help your
career advancement. You may also complete a part-time CIS
Advanced Diploma for job-ready skills. If you are a CIS business
owner or government agency, your employees may take courses
tailored to your business needs a t our campuses or a t the work
place. Check the CIS home page at www.gis.bcit.ca for online
courses, any last minute part-time course offerings, day school
equivalent course numbers for part-time courses, or to read more
about the CIS proqram.
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All 6.C.K CIS part-time courses assume that students are
familiar with the basic concepts and terminology of computer
systems, use of personal computers and windows-based
Graphical User interfaces.
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INTD 2080
$233
COLOUR 2
Course of study will concentrate on colour theory as it pertains
to commercial spaces such as offices, restaurants, health-care
facilities and schools. Prerequisites: INTD 1000, 1020, 2000.
(1.5 credits)
SeD 10 Tue
1300-1600 6 wks
BBY CRN 65056
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INTD 2101
$209
BARRIER-FREE DESIGN AND BUILDING CODE
Student will study residential and commercial barrier-free
planning as it pertains to interior design. After successful
completion of the course, student will have a basic understanding of how to use the National Building Code. Prerequisite:
65% in INTD 4000. Student must bring INTD 4000 transcript to
first class.
BBY CRN 63122
Sep 11 Wed
1800-2100 6 wks
INTD 2180
$347
DESIGN THEORY
Provides study, application and exploration of design processes,
concept development and design thedries as they relate to the
built environment, through research' presentations, in-class
assignments and two and three dimensional team projects,
which may cover such topics as social issues and adaptive reuse.
Prerequisite: 65% in INTD 4000. Student must bring INTD 4000
transcript to first class. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1300-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 37425
INTD 3110
$323
GRAPHIC PRESENTATION 2
Explores freehand sketching with an emphasis on 3D creative
visualization to develop the student3 ability to use perspective
sketching as a communication medium in design. The course
includesquick sketches and study assignments in monochromatic
rendering techniques. Prerequisite: 65% in INTD 0010. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1300-1600 12 W ~ S BBY CRN 37423
GIST 5002
$300
CIS PROGRAMMING 2
Builds on the course content of GIST 5001 CIS Programming 1.
The course covers such additional topics as arrays, file output and
an introductionto computer graphics. As in GIST 5001, the
examples will be based on CIS and related topics. Prerequisite:
GIST 5001. (1.5 credits)
BBY CRN 61555
Oct 23 Wed
1845-2145 6 wks
GIST 5027
$400
MAPINFO
IntroducesMAPINFO, a popular, user- friendly CIS product that
runs within Microsoft Windows. Students learn how to query
maps, query databases, produce maps, charts and reports and
perform simple data import and CIS analysis. (1 credit)
Sep 23 Mon-Tue 0830-1630 2 days
BBY CRN 38021
GIST 5109
$545
MAPPING USING MICROSTATION
Presents a hands-on course which introduces students to
Microstation PC, a powerful and popular software for digital
mapping. Topics include Microstation basics, 2D element
constructions and manipulations, data entry, data editing, and
data integrity. (3 credits)
Sep 21 Sat
0830-1530 6 wks
BBY CRN 37224
Note: GIST 5109 runs alternate Saturdays.
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GIST 5130
$545
TECHNICAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Focuses on developing skills for solving the diverse problems of
the latest CIS computer systems. Students will examine operating
systems, explore CIS Web client-server relationships, write utility
programs and simple CIS Web servec applications. Prerequisite:
Previous programming experience is required (GIST 5002).
(3 credits)
Sep11 Wed
1845-2145 l2wks BBY CRN 38479
$545
GIST 5142
CIS DATABASE SYSTEMS 1
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Introduces databases, terminology and an overview of various
database models. Topics include relational database design,
cardinality, normalization, structured query language (SQL), and
customization using VBA. Examples will be CIS-basedand use
Microsoft Access. Prerequisite: GIST 5001 (may be taken
concurrently). (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 66989
ARCGIS 1: ARCVIEW
Introduces ArcView 8.1, the core component of the ArcGlS 8.1
software family. Students use the ArcMap, Arccatalog and
ArcToolbox applications to perform mapping, data management,
geographic analysis and geoprocessing GIS tasks. (1.5 credits)
Sep 12
Sep21
Dec 16
Thr
Sat
Mon-Tue/
Wed
1845-2145
0830-1530
0830-1630
0830-1230
6wkS BBY CRN 66985
3 wks BBY
64842
64843
2.5 days BBY
GIST 5211
$300
ARCGIS 2 DATA HANDLING
Builds on the course content of GIST 5201 ArcClS 1: ArcView.
Topics include data set creation, data editing, data analysis and
map creation. Prerequisite: GIST 5201. (1.5 credits)
Oct 19
Oct 24
Dec 18
Sat
Thr
Wed/
Thr-Fri
0830-1530
3 wks BBY CRN 66986
6 wks BBY
66987
1845-2145
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66988
1330-’1730 2.5 days BBY
0830-1630
GIST 6118
REMOTE SENSING
f
$545
Teaches students to use Windows-based PCI software to perform
image processing and analysis on satellite data, geocode and
classify images, and integrate images with CIS. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 66992
GIST 6201
$300
ARCCIS 3 DATA MANAGEMENT
Continues from GIST 5211 ArcClS 2: Data Handling. Topics
include map projections, coordinate systems, edge matching,
rubber sheeting, data conversion, image display, and an
introduction to customization. Prerequisite: GIST 5211. Previous
programming experience is recommended (GIST 5001).
(1.5 credits)
xBBY CRN 66990
0830-1530 3
GIST 6202
$300
ARCGIS 4: ANALYSIS
Continues from GIST 6201 ArcClS 3: Data Management. Topics
include the TIN data structure, slope/aspect and 3D views,
proximity and adjacency analysis, geocoding, routes and network
modelling. Prerequisite: GIST 6201. (1.5 credits)
Nov 30
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Sat
0830-1530’ 3 wks
BBY CRN 66991
GIST 7100
$335
FUNDAMENTALS OF CIS
Provides an overview of Geographic Information Systems
technology, covering fundamental concep?, terminology, and
technologies associated with CIS, applications of CIS, data
modelling, file and database systems, raster and vector data
models, architecture of CIS software, data collection and input,
data manipulation and analysis of general management issues,
trends in CIS. (2 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 63163
AutoCAD/CIS Training
ACGS 2000
$540
AUTOCAD M A P 1
Covers the basic technical skills required in spatial data collection
and management. AutoCAD Map fundamentals with an
emphasis on CAD issues, the Workflow model, and map spatial
data tools are discussed. Prerequisite: AlCO 1000. (1.5 credits)
Nov 4
Mon-Tue/ 0830-1700 2.5 days BBY CRN 60004
Wed
0830-1130
ACGS 3000
$540
AUTOCAD M A P 2
Explores the advanced issues of AutoCAD map-and utilizes
complex tool sets. The emphasis is on CIS definitions, Topology
(spatial relationships), advanced Queries and Property Alteration
and Spatial Analysis. Prerequisite: ACCS 2000. (1.5 credits)
Nov 6
Wed/
1400-1700 2.5 days BBY CRN 60005
Courses via the Internet
For more information on CIS courses available through the
Internet, please see the Bachelor of Technology in Ceomatics
section of this flyer, page 12.
604-432-8627
[email protected]
604-451-7001
[email protected]
SURV 1104
$320
BASIC SURVEYING WITH TOTAL STATIONS
Basics of instrument set-up, calibration and use of a variety of
total stations including reflectorless technology. Angle and
distance measurement procedures, elevation determinations,
traversing and topographic/detail surveys, data collection and
data processing on typical industry projects. Of interest to the
municipal engineering and construction industry. (2.5 credits)
Nov2
Sat
0900-1600
5 wks
BBY CRN 35982
SURV 1108
$765
ENGINEERING SURVEY 1
Introduces basic principles in surveying, differential levelling,
accurate taping, manual survey and electronic data collection
with total stations. The course is field-oriented and projects
include various aspects of engineering construction surveys.
Upon completion, students will be able to perform surveys, road
and building stakeout, and produce plans. (7 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1600 15 Wks BBY CRN 33160
Note: Class meets every Saturday from Sept. 14-Dec. 14, 2002
and recommences Ian. 11-25, 2003.
SURV 1118
$335
PROGRAMMING THE HP48G (X):
SURVEYING APPLICATIONS
Includes the HP48C series models. Manual operations with
emphasis on the use of mathematical functions for solving
engineering and survey problems. Developmentof programs for
survey and engineering applications including input/output (I/O)
capabilities for transferring data. (2 credits)
BBY CRN- 61569
Oct 2
Wed
1845-2145 8 wks
SURV 2001
$320
LEICA GPS REAL TIME
Suited to the mapping industry, students will be able to explain
the theory and concepts of CPS, interpret CPS specifications,
describe CPS hardware, plan a CPS mapping project, compile
and analyze CPS field data, perform a RealTime CPS survey,
export a data file, using Leica equipment. (1 credit)
Nov 25 Mon-Tue 0830-1630 2 days
BBY CRN 66976
SURV 2002
$555
REAL TIME GPS (TRIMBLE)
For engineers, surveyors, utility company and mining personnel
and others involved in the mapping industry. Includes hardware
configuration, system set-up, real time practical field exercises
using Trimble CPS products. Also includes an introduction to
TRIMMAP software, the download/transfer of data collected files,
editing, import/export of files, CPS calibration, contouring in
TRIMMAP. (1.5 credits)
Nov 20
Wed-Fri
0830-1630
3 days
BBY CRN 61571
SURV 2003
GLOBAL POSITlONlNG SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS
Covers the fundamental concepts of
System hardware and software
hands- on field suiveys using S
Kinematic methods combined with mission data
and data analysis. This course i
SURV 2005 and SURV 2006. (2 credits
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 8
$575
SURV 2109
TDS AND FORESIGHT FOR WINDOWS
A hands-on course using total stations, 48CX calculators with
TDS cog0 cards and the new TDS Foresight CAD package. Topics
include field data collection, data download and upload, data
editing, reduction, computer-aided drafting, COCO,
adjustments, contouring, earthworks, road design and fie
stakeout. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of survey. (3 credi
0900-1600 6wks
BBY CRN
Sep 21 Sat
SURV 5108
$215
FUNDAMENTALS OF SURVEYING
Introduces fundamental concepts of surveying and w
demonstrate various surveying prqcedures. Topics inc
introduction to the survey methodology, survey inst
a description of the theory associated with survey co
methods for determining horizontal positions and el
course is a requirement for students of the CIS Adva
Diploma program. (1.5 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 6wks
BBY CRN 38490
SURV 5208
$245
GPS SURVEYS FOR CIS
Introduces the fundamental concepts of Global Positioning
System (GPS). Covers Coordinate systems, datums, map
projections, and accuracy and reliability of spatial data. Explores
GPS resources available on the Internet.‘This course will be of
interest to all outdoor enthusiasts who use CPS for navigation.
Prerequisite: SURV 5108. (1 credits)
Nov2
Sat
0900-1200 6 wks
BBY CRN 38491
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BClT offers an Advanced Diploma prograp (ADP) in Geographic
Information Systems. The program can be completed through
Pae-time Studies or one year of full-time study. The entrance
requirement is a degree or Diploma ?f Technology in a related
discipline. ’
You do not have t o become a CIS Advanced Diploma student if
you want to take a selection of oyr part-time GI5
your career.advancement. You can just register f
CIS course, although you should make sure you mee
prerequisites. For course availability, please see t
Information Systems section of this flyer.
Check the CIS home page for any last min
offerings or to read more about the part-ti
Diploma Program. You can access the CIS
BClT Web site’s GIS program pages at
All BCIT CIS part-time courses assume that
with the basic concepts and terminology
use of personal computers and windows-based Graphical
User interfaces.
If you already have a bachelor‘s degree and are managing
construction projects, then upgrade your credential to an MSc in
Construction Management. Created specifically for the
construction sector, this internationally recognized program will
be of particular interest to mid-career professionals. Offered in
partnershipwith the University of Bath (UK), this program
contains modules on Management in Construction, Economics in
Construction, Construction Law, Managing Organizations, PreContract Management and Corporate Strategic Planning, plus
two elective modules. The high quality learning materials in this
program are offered in a paper-based, distance learning format.
This enables you to complete it regardless of where you work
and without disrupting your career.
For more information, visit www.cmmasters.bcit.ca, or contact:
Phil Cunnington, P.Eng. at 604-4:1-6871
E-Mail: [email protected] ’
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For course descriptions and details, please look in the Business
section starting on page 15.
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Management Degree
Call today for an information package:
Lower Mainland; 604-432-8658
Toll free: 1-877-428-8181
or e-mail: [email protected]
Web site: http://online. bcit.ca/de/MCMT/BTech.html
http://online. bcit.ca/de/Mgmt/HlthSpecialty.html
Call Ruth MacKay a t 604-412-7417
or e-mail [email protected]
Web site: http://online.bcit.ca/de/Finance. htm
MultiMedia
Call Karen Harvey at 604-451-4032
or e-mail [email protected]
Web site: http://online. bcit.ca/de/Multimed. htm
Business Administration
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Call Wendy Lee at 604-451-7134 or e-mail [email protected]
Web site: http://online.bcit.ca/de/Busadmin.htm
Electronic Commerce
Call Wendy Lee at 604-451-7134 or e-mail [email protected]
Web site: http://online.bcit.ca/de/Ecornm.htm
Part-time tip.
It’s your responsiblity
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to ensure you have all
prerequisites for each
course in which you register.
Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-432-8465
[email protected]
www.computing.bcit.ca
COMP 1009
$340
EXPLORING WINDOWS
The Windows Graphic User Interface (CUI) operates in essentially
the same way from windows 95 through to Windows 2000.
Using a version to which the Distance Education student has
access, the student is introduced to basic and some advanced
Windows concepts including: Start Menu (launching programs); .
Accessories (Windows built-in applications); windows Explorer
(file and folder management); the Desktop, TaskBar, Toolbars,
Control Panel settings, Printers, Shortcuts, and Windows Help. If
you already know how to function comfortably in a Windows
environment, you do not need to take this course. (1.5 credits)
18wks
DIS CRN 37166
Sep9
Mon
604-434-1610
Fall 2002 Part-time Studes
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COMP 1402
$430
PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS AND
METHODS - DISTANCE EDUCATION
Sep9- , Mon
24wks
DIS 60055
See Computing and Information Technologies - Programming
and Lanquaqes section of the flyer for full description.
COMP 1407
$395
PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS AND METHODS ONLINE
Sep9
Mon
12 wks Online CRN 67034
See Computing and Information Technologies - Programming
and Languages section of the flyer for full description.
cost
Trigonometry
$210 (not including text)
Logarithms
$225
Analytical Geometry
$225
Basic Technical Mathematics
for Mechanical
$470
MATH 2041
Calculus Part 1
$315
MATH 2042
Calculus Part 2
$315
$315
MATH 2043
Calculus Part 3
MATH 2491
Calculus for Mechanical
$470
MATH 3490
Numerical Methods Mechanical
$470
Textbooks fees are included for the above courses unless stated
differently.
Courses are now available in the following areas:
Technology Fundamentals
Surveying and Mapping
Road Construction and Maintenance
Bridge Fundamentals
Road Deactivation
Harvest Planning
Contracts/Administration/Economics
Forest Soils
Forest Hydrology
Culvert Maintenance
Cost Estimating
Current course information is available on BClT’s Forest
Engineering Web site a t www.etdisted.bcit.ca/forest
MATH 1041
MATH 1042
MATH 1043
MATH 1491
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Development Approvals
students who may need a course for upgrading, general
information or as an equivalency, and who find it inconvenient or
impossible to take a regularly scheduled course. Distance
Education courses can be started any time throughout the year
and completed from any location off-campus. All course fees
include text unless otherwise indicated, if course fees are not
listed, please check with the department. The student generally
has up to one year to complete any course.
For registration information on any of the courses detailed
below, please contact:
Shari Monsma: 604-432-8784
Pam Dade: 604-451-6984
Toll-free: 1-800-663-3606
Fax: 604-436-6113 or
E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Mail: Engineering Technology Distance Education
(ETDE) Department
3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3H2
Website: www.etdisted.bcit.ca
Civil Technology-Transportation
Systems <Highways) Technology
The Engineering Technology Distance Education department
provides flexible, self-paced credit courses in Civil Technology for:
those who wish to obtain a BClT credential but cannot
commit to night school or a full-time program.
those who need to gain or refresh knowledge/expertise in a
specific area and need only related courses.
ASTTBC members working toward reclassification.
Four program levels are offered; course selection for each
program must be approved in advance.
The Associate Certificate is awarded upon completion of 25 credits
in a specific subject area; the intermediate Certificate of Technology
upon completion of 35 credits; the Certificate of Technology upon
cotypjption of 77 credits: and the Diploma of Technology upon
completion of 150 credits. The Transportation Systems (Highways)
Certificate of Technology is accredited by ASllBC.
Students are not required to be registered in aprogram to take
advantage of the courses offered, but it is advisable to complete
similar subject area courses in sequence. Registration in individual
courses is based on a student’s self-assessed capability, need, and
prerequisite knowledge.
Courses are available in the following program areas:
Technical Communications
Mathematics
The Development Approvals program provides training for
individuals or organizations involved in creating or evaluating
proposal< and applicationsfor land subdivision, zoning
alterations, servicing and utilities, access to public roads, and
other issues related to the development and improvement of
land. The program was developed in conjunction with the
Ministry of Transportation, and will be of interest to employees of
the Ministry, other agencies at various levels of government and
those in business and industry who are involved or interested in
land development and the approvals process.
Courses in the Development Approvals program are offered
primarily by correspondence, although seminars can be
arranged. The courses available in correspondence or distance
education format are offered on an open registration basis in a
self-paced format. Seminar courses are available on request,
subject to demand and funding, at centres throughout B.C.
,
Although general offerings of seminar courses may be made in
some instances, seminar instruction is typically sponsored by
employers or other agencies.
The program leads to an Associate Certificate for students who
successfully complete a program of studies and attain the
required credit level.
Current course information is available on BCIT’s Development
Approvals Web site at: www.etdisted.bcit.ca/approvals
Parks Management Safety and Security (PMSS)
This is a general program that will be of interest to those involved
in the safe operation of public and private recreation facilities.
Several courses are now available including Law and its
Administration, WHMIS and CPTED (Crime PreventionThrough
Environmental Design), Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDC)
Risk Management, etc. Please contact the !FIDE department for
further information on this Associate Certificate program.
Current course information is available on BCIT’s Parks Web site
a t www.etdisted.bcit.ca/parks
Park Facility Maintenance Management
and Inspection (FMMI)
Associate certificate program (25 credit) is now available via
distance education. The courses are based on the B.C. Park, Facilii
Inventory System but the concepts, methods and techniques are
widely applicable to federal, provincial, regional, local and private
sector recreational facility operations. The program has a
foundation course in Facility Maintenance Management (PRKS
3600) followed by 10 ’inspection‘ courses covering the major
components of a park system. The intent of the courses is to give
practical guidance in the inspection, reporting and planning of
maintenance for parks’ facilities.
Current course information is available on BClT’s Parks Web site
at: www.etdisted.bcit.ca/parks
Buildin4
Concrete Technology
Asphalt Technolo.gy
Soils Technology
Estimating
Contract Administration
Engineering Economics
Engineering Surveying
Pavement Construction
Highway Construction
Pavement Design
Highway Design
Subdivision Planning/Design
Ceotechnical Design
Bridge Inspection
Current course information is available on BCIT’s Transportation
Systems Web site at www.etdisted.bcit.ca/tsyh.
Forest Engineering Technology
BClT’s Forest Engineering Certificate program provides flexible,
self-paced training for individuals to upgrade their current
technical skills and knowledge while working in B.C.‘s diverse
and challenging forest industry. All courses are offered in distance
education (correspondence) format. There are three levels of
certification:
Associate Certificate of Forest Engineering Technology
(25 credits)
Intermediate Certificate of Forest Engineering Technology
(45 credits)
Certificate of Forest Engineering Technology (75 credits)
Courses in the program generally have values of 2-3 credits. One
BClT credit is normally awarded for the equivalent of 12-15
hours of classroom instruction.
Students taking these courses should be prepared to complete
practical, field based assignments. Typically these assignments
require the individual to prepare short technical reports based on
their personal observations in the field, supported with
appropriate sketches and photographs of the scenario.
-55 iCODE BOOK $125
TSDAl 0
1998 B.C. BUILDING CODE HOUSING
Gives students a working knowledge of the 1998 Building Code
for housing. It will be.of interest to building officials or those who
are contemplating entering the field. Persons engaged in the
housing construction business and those working with inspectors
and plan checkers will find the course useful.
The course relates specifically to Part 9 of the BC Building.
This course is offered in conjunction with the Building Officials’
Association of BC. Successful completion of the final exam
(80%+) meets the academic requirements for Level 1 Building
Inspector Certification. Please note you must also have two years
suitable practical experience before certification. Suitability of
Dractical exDerience is at the discretion of the BOABC.
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BK2936-$285 (NO-TEXT)
HOUSE INSPECTIONS 3 REPORT WRITING
Presents communication skills for experienced house inspectors or
for persons considering the house inspection field. Teaches practical
techniques for planning, selecting and presenting information
effectively and professionally. Includes correct format for memos,
letters, instructions, procedures and house insm’on reports.
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S rinkler Design
-80distance education courses covering the basics of Automatic
Sprinkler Design have been developed. They are equivalent to
night school courses MECH 4080 and MECH 4082.
$315 + TEXT FEE
MECH 4081
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER DESIGN PART 1
1315 + TEXT FEE
MECH 4083
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER DESIGN PART 2
Mathematics
MATH 0002
$440 (TEXT INCLUDED)
TECHNICAL MATH: INTRODUCTION
Equivalent to MATH 0001. Meets Math 12 entrance requirement
for BCIT. (For students who have difficulty with math or who
have been away from school for more than three years, the
classroom course MATH 0001 is suggested.) Prerequisite: Pass or
better in Math 11 or approved equivalent.
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For more information on the Bachelor of Technology in
Technology Management consult the BClT Web site at:
www.tmgt.bcit.ca or see page x of this flyer.
The following courses are currently available online:
TMCT 7102
Project Management/Resource Utilization
Research and Development Management
TMCT 7103
High Tech Marketing Strategies
TMCT 7111
TMCT 7112
Market Research
TMCT 7113
Marketing Programs and Plans
TMCT 7114
Product Planning and
Marketing Implementation
Principles of Finance
TMCT 7121
TMCT 7122
Accounting for Technologists
Technology Information Systems
TMCT 7123
TMCT 7124
Technology and International Finance
TMCT 7133
Law, Society and the Environment
Technology and International Trade
TMCT 7134
and Competition
Managing in a Technical Environment
TMCT 7141
Technology Management Communication
TMCT 7142
TMCT 7143
Problem Solving and Decision Making
TMCT 7144
Human Resource Planning
TMCT 7151
Implementation issues in Telecommunications
Implementation issues in Data Management
TMCT 7152
TMGT 7153
Tactical and Strategic Business
Use of the Internet
TMCT 7154
Trends in New and Emerging
Information Technologies
TMCT 7155
Information Technology Management Issues
TMCT 8102
Applied Research Methods
TMCT 8103
Technology Assessment
For an information package, course outlines, fee and registration
details on any of the above online or Distance Education
programs, write to:
Engineering Distance Education Technology
BClT
3700 Willingdon Avenue
Burnaby, B.C. V5C 3H2
or phone:
Shari Monsma: 604-432-8784
Pam Dade: 604-451-6984
Toll-free: 1-800-663-3606
Fax: 604-436-6113
e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Web site: www.etdisted.bcit.ca
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604-432-8420
[email protected]
PPGS 0200
$980
INDUSTRIAL GAS FllTER A LICENSE
Prepares students to write the examination for a Gas Fitter A
Licence and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs
Cas Safety Branch. To become eligible to write the exam,
approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Cas Safety Branch
is required before enrolling. Provincial Class A examination fee is
Additional. Prerequisite: Students must have Class B for two
years.
Sep 1
CRN 37898
Oct 1
37899
Nov 1
37900
Dec 1
37901
PPGS 0250
$980
DOMESTIC/COMMERCIAL GAS FllTER B LICENSE
Prepares students to write the examination for a Gas Fitter B
License and is a requirement of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs
Cas Safety Branch. To become eligible to write the exam,
approval from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs Cas Safety Branch
is required before enrolling. Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in Plumbing,
Pipefitting, or Refrigeration.
CRN 60023
Sep 1
60024
Oct 1
Novl 60025
Dec 1
60026
Ceomatics courses via the Internet.
GEOM 7105
$505
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD LAND DESKTOP
(Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required)
Provides an introduction to the creation and management of
projects and associated drawings using Land Desktop software.
Topics include point object basics, labelling, descripton keys,
point groups, horizontal alignment, parcel definition and terrain
modeling. Prerequisite: AlCO 1000 or departmental approval.
(2 credits)
Sep 17-Dec 3
CRN 67143
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GEOM 7132
SPATIAL DATABASE SYSTEMS 1
$490
(Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required)
An introduction to database systems used in the Ceomatics
Industry. Topics include hierarchical, network and relation data
models, database normalization, data security and integrity. SQL
will be covered in terms of the DDL, DML and DCL command
sets. Also, database applications will be constructed using VB.
(2 credits)
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 67008
GIST 7150 .
$500
FUNDAMENTALS OF CIS
Provides an overview of Geographic Information Systems
technology, covering fundamental concepts, terminology, and
technologies associated with CIS, applications of CIS, data
modeling, file and database systems, raster and vector data
models, architecture of CIS software, data collection and input,
data manipulation and analysis of general management issues,
trends in CIS. (2 credits)
Sep 10-Nov 26
8490
GEOM 8132
SPATIAL DATABASE SYSTEMS 2
CRN 65079
GIST 7159
MAPPING USING MICROSTATION
$435
(Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required)
(Additional fees (TBA) if software and textbook are required)
Deals with advanced topics that are centered on the
management of spatial and attribute data. Topics include
database automation, the roles of RDBMS, ORDMS, Universal
Servers, OpenClS and web in relation to the storage and
distribution of spatial data. Oracle Spatial and ArcSDE will be
a-compared in detail. Prerequisite: CDCM 2372. (2 credits)
Using the Internet, a printed workbook, and Microstation
software, this course introduces students to Microstation, a
powerful CAD program used worldwide for mapping and CIS.
Topics covered include design plane setup, element plac:ment
and symbology, text placement, precision input, and element
manipulation. Examples are based on mapping and CIS. (2
credits)
SeD 19-Dec 5
CRN 67010
Sep 10
CIS courses via the Internet
GIST 7079 $400 SOFTWARE (IF REQUIRED) $100
DESKTOP GEOGRAPHICS
Introduces desktop CIS technology currently used in
industry. Lecture material examines CIS applications, data
sources, software functionality. Labs provide a practical
introduction to Ceomedia, a commercial desktop CIS that has
wide application in such areas as planning, resource
&! !p
management, and business. (1 credit)
Okt 23-NOv 27
CRN 65078
Nov26
CRN 63563.
GIST 8168
REMOTE SENSING
$775
SOFTWARE (IF REQUIRED) $60
TEXTBOOK (IF REQUIRED) TBA
Provides an overview of the principles of remote sensing and
image processing- current satellite image acquisition systems,
image display and enhancement, image geocoding, image
classification and remote sensing applications in CIS. Digital image
processing and analysis techniques are studied in theory and in
practice using digital image processing software. (2 credits)
Without software $775:
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 67168
Includes software $835:
Sep 10-Nov 26
CRN 67145
Online courses may require software and textbook. For more
information and/or to register for the CIS Distance Education
(online) courses, please contact Stephanie Hristovsky a t
604-451-7001 or e-mail [email protected]
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604-432-8390
[email protected]
Five complete programs (21 courses) are available specifically for
those currently employed in industrial plants who wish to
upgrade. Programs provide the knowledge to sit for the interprovincial Power Engineering Certification Examinations in
Canada. Registration is ongoing, with students registeredfrom
across Canada.
Study can be done at home (correspondence) or in class
(tutorial) using telephone, e-mail, fax, or drop-in help from
experienced instructors.
In order to write the inter-provincial examinations, candidates
must have specified practical and qualifying experience as
outlined in the B.C. Power Engineer's and Boiler and
Vessel Safety Act.
Applicants must have good writing skills. First, Second and
Class applicants must possess the next lower certificate, unless
exempted by the Boiler Branch. Classroom attendance is flexible to
accommodate shift schedules. Classroom hours are from
1500 Monday to Friday. From mid-October to mid-May,
instruction is available Tuesday through Thursday until 1
Participants use self-study learning materials to comple
assignments. Direct instructor assistance is provided when
necessary. A reference library and instructional videotapes are
available to supplement course materials. Study programs are
available in Fifth class (Boiler Endorsement), Fourth Class, Third
Class, Second Class, and First Class Power Engineering. Contact
the department at the above phone number for details and
registration.
www.health.bcit.ca
The School of Health Sciences offers a great variety of distance
education courses. See page 51 for listings and descriptions of
courses we offer this term - the "guided learning" and "online"
icons indicate which courses we specifically offer by distance
learning. 604-451-7089 or Toll-free 1-800-663-6542.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
,e
604-432-8637
[email protected]
www.ee.bcit.ca
Class limes and Locations
Generally, ciasses a t all sites run for three hours per night, one or
two nights a week (Monday through Thursday), unless otherwise
noted in course descriptions or at registration.
BCIT offers Intermediate Certificates of
time studies program. These are designed to award credentials
after a certain number of courses have been completed. They are
also stepping stones towards completion of a BClT Diploma of
Technology. For information on any CITX, TELC or TELX courses,
please call 604-432-8637 or e-mail [email protected] For ELEX
courses, please contact the part-time studios coordinator at 604432-8785 or e-mail [email protected]
.
Electrical and Electronic I.T. Info session
Wed. Aug. 28 2002 600-8:30 p.m. Town Square A/B
Register via e-mail: [email protected] or by calling"604-451-6735
Burnaby (BBY) Trades Technical 1830-2130
1845-2145
Burnaby (BBY) Technology
ClTX Courses - Computing and Information Technology
ELEX Courses - Electronics Engineering
TELC Courses - Electrical Trades
TELX Courses - Technician
ELlS Industry Services
Note: (T) Indicates courses are directly transferable to diploma
program credits.
Symbol:
Entry-level course for people wishing to participate at an
introductory level for personal interest or to enhance career
opportunities.
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Course is of interest to those looking to enhance professional
elopment and career opportunities. Participants are generally
working in a related field. Some groupings of these courses are
packaged into certificate programs.
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Advanced- level courses for continued professional development.
Course covers technically complex material.
It's easy
to register online at
www. bcit.ca
and click
on Registration
Due to high demand, BClT is pleased to offer a part-time
studies version of the highly popular Computer Systems Servicc
Technician program (CSST). This flexible program will provide
students with a foundation of core technical skills, and it is the
first year of a 2-year diploma program. Second year
specialization options include Computer Network Professional
Technician and Computer Internet Professional Technician. The
Part-time Studies version of CSST allows networking
professionals the ability to work full-time, while continuing theii
studies to provide greater career options.
Students can register-via course-by-course registration through
Part-time studies; it is recommended that they also apply for
program approval. Program approval forms are available from
Part-time Studies instructors or from student records. For furthe
information about this program please visit our Web site a t
www.ee.bcit.ca. Other courses that are transferrable to the CSS
program are:
ClTX 1110
A+ Hardware Technician
ClTX 1150
Structured Cabling for Computer Networks
ClTX 1155
Server + COMP TIA
ClTX 1160
Cisco CCNA Level 1
ClTX 2060
Cisco CCNA Level 2
ClTX 2061
Cisco CCNA Level 3
ClTX 2062
Cisco CCNA Level 4
CSST 1170
$775
COMPUTER ELECTRONICS
€
ARCHITECTURE
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(l)
This;ouce
introduces students to basic electronics and architecture
necessary in working with computer platforms, peripherals, and
networks. Focused primarily on hardware design and organization,
students cover the basic organization, design, and programming of
a simple digital computer. Students are presented with an
incremental look at networked computer systems starting with
digital logic and hardware, moving through the layers of software,
and leading to an introduction to networking and operating
systems. Students will use assembly language programming as a
means to describe machine behaviour. (5 credits)
Oct 7
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 67112
CSST 1175
$775
NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS1 (T)
This course aims to provide a firm foundation in
the brindples and concepts of operating systems. It covers all
major topics of operating systems, including memory
management,. I/O processing, concurrent processing, auxiliary
storage management, and scheduling. The course describes what
an operating system does, how it may do it, and why there are
different approaches. This course also allows the students to
explore how the operating system communicates with the
hardware and software devices. (5 credits)
Oct 8
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 10 wks BBy CRN 67113
CSST 1180
9775
PROGRAMMING LOGIC (T)
In this course students will learn the fundamentals
of pFogr&n logic development. The caurse provides training and
practice in the application of program development tools
including algorithms, flowcharts, psuedocode, hierarchy charts,
I/O layouts, and other tools. The course also emphasizes
structured program design techniques implemented in a highlevel programming language. (5 credits).
0900-1600 10 wks BBY CRN 67114
Oct 28 Sat
Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
604-432-8637
The Network Administrator Associate Certificate
been developed to meet the growing demand wit
For individuals with comprehensive networking expertise.
This accelerated 2-year, Part-time Studies program is designed
For students familiar with computer systems in the work
environment. It is intended to provide students with the
fundamental knowledge needed to design, configure, and
implement local and wide area networks.
network operating systems, the under1
Required Core Courses
ClsX 1140
LAN Hands-on Level 1*
CITX 1141
LAN Hands-on Level 2'
CITX 1150
Structured Cabling for Computer Networks
CITX 1151
Understanding TCP/IP
ClTX 1152
Router Essentials
*CITX 1145
Net+ Technician can be substituted for CITX
1140 and ClTX 1141
Choose one of the following options:
Microsoft Option
ClTX 2160
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
CITX 2161
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
ClTX 2162
Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
ClTX 2163
Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory
Novel Option
UnixIUnux Option
ClTX 2180
Unix/Linux Installation and Configuration
ClTX 2181
Unix/Linux SystemfAdministration
ClTX 2182
Unix/Linux Networlking/
ClTX 2183
Unix/Linux Securid, Ethics and Privacy
$400
cable analyzer.
Sep 21 Sat
$900
will use the One Touch 10/100 to troubleshoot active networks.
Oct 19 Sat
0900-1500 3 wks
BBY CRN 67126
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
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crrx 1140
LOCAL AREA NETWORK HANDS-ON LEVEL 1
$435
Learn how,to set,up and configure computer networks. This
handslon, entry-level course introduces the fundamental network
concepts required to set-up and configure a network. Training
covers both peer-to-peer and client server applications, as well as
network operating systems. Includes server selection, cable and
media installation, and performance/system management issues.
(3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 63351
63369
1830-2130 12wks BBY
Sep 10 Tue
67117
1730-2030 12 wks DTC
Sep 11 Wed
64878
0900-1600
6wks BBY
Sep 14 Sat
64880
6wk
BBY
Sat
0900-1600
Nov2
ClTx 1141
$435
LOCAL AREA NETWORK HANDS-ON LEVEL 2
Students will expand their knowledge of IANs by further
examining wide area networking topologies and transmission
method and Introduce the most popular network operating
systems: Windows NT 2K, Novell Netware and Unix. Addresses
network security and how to troubleshoot and maintain networks.
Network design, implementation, planning, and management will
also be discussed. Prerequisite: CITX 1140. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 63352
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12wks BBY
67118
Sep 19 Thr
1830-2130 12wks BBY
64879
CITX 1150
$435
STRUCTURED CABLING FOR COMPUTER NETWORKS (T)
Provides the student with the proper installation and testing
procedures used for codponents of a structured cabling
connectivity solution. A thorough explanation of the installation
procedures for modular outlets, patch panels, and fiber optic
connectors. A hands-on approach is used to familiarize the
student with both the products and the approved test
equipment. (2 credits)
BBY CRN 64881
Sep23 Mon
1830-2130 8 wks
Sep 24 Tue
1830-2130 8wks
BBY
67120
Sep 25 Wed
1830-2130 8 wks
BBY
63353
rn ClTX 1151
$435
UNDERSTANDING TCP/IP
This course will provide the student with a thorough understanding
of the TCP/IP protocol suite. Key topics include Internetworking,
Internet protocol, sub-networking the Internet layer, routing
protocols, TCP and UDP, and application layer protocols .
Prerequisite: ClTX 1140 and 1141 or ClTX 1145. (2 credits).
BBY CRN 67121
Sep 25 Wed
1830-2130 8 wks
BBY
64882
Sep26 Thr
1830-2130 8 wks
BBY
63354
Oct 1
Tue
1830-2130 8 wks
$430
This comprehensive Fourse will provide students with the
knowledge and skills needed to understand, configure, and
manage data network routers. The critical principles required to
manage an efficient and stable network infrastructurewill also be
taught. Prerequisite: A comprehensive understanding of TCP/IP is
required. (3 credits)
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1200 12 wks BBY CRN 67122
Ser, 20
Fri
1830-2130 12wks BBY
63355
604-432-8637
[email protected]
ClTX 1145
NETWORK+ TECHNICIAN
Provides a comprehensive overview of networking
and prepares students to write Comp TIA’s Netwo
exam. Covers LAN, WAN, protocols, topologies, transmission
media, security, and TCP/IP. In addition to explaining concepts,
the course uses a multitude of real-world networking examples,
making it practical preparation. Prerequisite: A comprehensive
understandingof the PC in a work environment. (6 credits)
0900-1600 12 wks BBY CRN 65012
Sep 14 Sat
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 12 wks BBY
65011
Sep 21 Sat
0900-1600 12 wks BBY
67119
SERVER+ TECHNICIAN
604-432-8637
[email protected]
ClTX 1155
9925
SERVER+ COMP TIA (T)
This COMP T1A certification is designed for mid- to upper- level
technicians who are responsible for the hardware functionality of
microcomputers including installation, support, and
troubleshooting. The server hardware specialist is expected to
have an in-depth understanding of the planning, installation,
configuration, and maintenance of servers. This includes
knowledge of server-level hardware implementations, data
storage subsystems, data recovery and I/O subsystems. (6 credits)
Seo 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 67191
604-432-8637
[email protected]
ClTXOl2O
$595
Computer Hardware Setup Configuration and Maintenance
This hands-on course will familiarize the student with the internal
hardware construction of a PC. The course covers the various
components that make up a multimedia PC platform,
troubleshooting, and the resolution of configuration issues.
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 63263
Oct 28 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY
64887
Fd 2002 Part-time Studies
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ELEX 2125
C PROGRAMMING (T)
$695
Introduces DOS, and the “C” programming language. Programming assignments are based on engineering applications.
Students will document and debug software using available
software libraries. (4.5 credits)
Sep23 Mon
1845-2145 22wks BBY CRN 33121
ELEX 2135
$795
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS AC/DC (T)
Study the basics of how DC and single-phase AC circuits work,
and how to analyze and design them for particular situations. If
you are uncertain if you meet the prerequisites for this course
you may attend the first session and then apply for written
permission to continue. Prerequisite: Recent Math 12 and Physics
11 both with minimum C+ or equivalent, or departmental
approval. (12.5 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1845-2145 30 Wks BBY CRN 62467
rn
ELEX2865
INTRO TO COMPUTER HARDWARE (T)
$570
Assembler and C programming are used for interfacingdigital and
analogue I/O. Explores ports, buffers, latches, decoding, memory,
8254 timer chip, 8259 programmable interrupt controller,and
8250 UART. Prerequisite: COMP 2510, 2720. (4 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 17 wks BBY CRN 38580
604-432-8637
[email protected]
ClTX 1110
$1,095
A+ TECHNICIAN (T)
A+ certffied technicians possess the knowledge and skills essential
for becoming successful computer service technicians. This
industry recognized certification covers the hardware and
software technologies required in today’s workplace. It also
covers the material examined in the A+ certification exam from a
theoretical as well as a hands-on perspective, including operating
systems and hardware. (6 credits)
0900-1600 12 Wks BBY CRN 67179
Sep 14 Sat
67176
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks BBY
67177
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 12 wks BBY
67116
Ser, 17 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 12 wks BBY
604-432-8637
[email protected]
ClTX 2160
.
S430
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 PROFESSIONAL
This hands-on course teaches the student all the critical skills
necessary to support Windows 2000 Professionaland manage a
network more effectively. The student will be able to install,
configure, and implement Windows 2000 Professional as the
mission- critical operating system. (3 credits)
Seo 9
Mon
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 63356
~~
ClTX2161
$430
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
This hands-on class covers all the critical skills necessary to install,
configure, and implement Windows 2000 Server and help you
manage a network more effectively. Students will learn to configure
remote access services, integrate legacy software, and troubleshoot
and’tune Windows 2000 for optimal efficiency. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 63357
ClTX2162
$430
MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2000 NETWORKING
INFRASTRUCTURE
’ designed for support professionals who will be
This
resp
r installing, configuring, managing, and supporting
a network infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows 2000
Server family of products. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 wks bTC CRN 64877
ClTX2163
5430
MS WIN 2000 DIRECTORY SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE
This course prepares you to plan, configuie, and administer the
Active Directory infrastructure. Students will learn to configure
DNS to manage name resolution, schema, and replication.
Students will also learn to use Active Directory to centrally
manage users, groups, shared folders, network resources, and to
administer the user environment and software with group policy.
Prerequisite: CITX 2161. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 64876
H ClTX 2180
ClTX2183
$430
UNIX/LINUX SECURITY, ETHICS & PRIVACY
This course provides students with proven techniques for
protecting information stored in organizations’ networks from
intruders, while allowing authorized users access to the Internet
and other outside resources. Prerequisite: Familiarity with
computer systems in the work environment.
Ser, 14 Sat
0900-1600 12wks DTC CRN 67124
CISCO SYSTEMS
N E T W O R K I NCisco
G Certified Network
A C A D E M Y Associate (CCNATY)
504-432-8637
[email protected]
Let connected by learning networking skills that enable
:ommunications around the world!
The Cisco Certified Networking Academy program is a
romplete, 4-semester program providing instruction that will
?nableyou to design, build, and maintain small- to mediumiized networks in regional, national, and global organizations.
The program features hands-on, project- driven training that
:overs a broad range of topics from basic networking skills such
ts pulling cable, to more complex concepts such-asapplying
advanced trouble-shooting tools.
Jpon successful completion of Levels 1-4 of the program, you
tre eligible to earn Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
:ertification. Once earned, you will be ready for a career in
zurrent and emerging technologies where there is a
iighdemand for qualified applicants.
rn
crrx 1160
CISCO NETWORKING - LEVEL 1 (T)
$1,155
Designed to provide students with experience in current and
emerging networking technology. Students will learn invaluable
network problem- solving techniques and concepts. Instruction
will cover LANs, WANs, routers, router programming,
networking, network standards, network terminology and
protocols, the OS1 model, cabling, cabling tools, star topology,
and IP addressing. Prerequisite: A strong interest and aptitude for
computer applications and networks. Must have access to a
multimedia capable PC. (6 credits)
I
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 63631
67123
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks KEL
Sep 9
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks SRY
64872
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1730-2030 12 wks DTC
64883
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ClTX 2060
CISCO NETWORKING - LEVEL 2 (T)
$1,155
Topics include instruction in dynamic routing, routing and the
network administrator’s role and function, Ethernet, token ring,
routing type encounters, and TCP/IP addressing protocol: Covers
Cisco I S 0 software commands, connection and connectionless
network service, management of figuration files, ICMP, backup
and upgrade of Cisco software image, RIP, and ICRP routing.
Prerequisite: ClTX 1160. (6 credits)
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 64885
ciTx2061
$1,155
CISCO NETWORKING - LEVEL 3 (T)
Instruction extends the student’s knowledge and practical
experience with the design of switches, LANs, WANs and Virtual
Local Area Networks (VLANs design, configuration, and
maintenance. Students develop practical experience in skiffs
related to Internet work packet exchange (IPX) routing and
interior gateway r%ting protocol (ICRP) protocols, configuring
IANs, WANs, and Novell networks, and network troubleshooting.
Prerequisite: CITX2060. (6 credits)
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 64886
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CITX 2062
CISCO NETWORKING - LEVEL 4 (T)
$1,155
Introduces and extends the student’s knowledge and practical
experience with WANS, LAPB, integrated services data networks
(ISDN) protocols, reference points and channels, point-to-point
protocol (PPP) operation’s, frame relay design and cfhfiguration,
and network troubleshooting. Upon completion, student is
prepared for Certified Cisco Network Associate (CCNA)
designation. Prerequisite: CITX2061. (6 credits)
Sep 14
Sat
0900-1600 12wks BBY CRN 65039
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$430
UNIX/LINUX INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
This course provides students with the essentials of the
installation and configuration process using native Linux
commands and facilities. Topics include Linux/Unix commands,
hardware and architecture, devices, Linux file systems, boot
initialization, run levels, and the X Windows System. Students
gain hands-on experience by installing and configuring Linux
successfully on a PC. Prerequisite: Familiaritywith computer
systems in the work environment. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1730-2030 12 Wks DTC CRN 65025
CITX2181
$430
UNIX/LINUX ADMINISTRATION
This course offers basic, hands-on experience administering a
Linux system, and discusses basic system administration tasks
related to Linux. Some topics covered include package
management, kernel, text editing, processing, printing, _shells,
scripting, programming;managing users, compiling, and
x window. Prerequisite: ClTX 2180 or equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1730-2030 12 wks DTC CRN 65044
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The CCNP program is comprised of 4 advanced levels of Cisco
certification where students will learn how to install, configure,
and maintain large, multi-protocol networks. Participants will
learn about complex network configurations and how to
diagnose and troubleshoot network problems. Students who
successfully complete the advanced curriculuni are eligible to
earn Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification.
The expertise you develop when preparing for the CCNP
certification will add to your skill set and help you expand your
professional options.
A CCNP can do the following:
Implement appropriate technologies to build a scalable
3routed network
Build campus networks using state-of-the-art routing and
switching equipment
Improve traffic flow, reliability, redundancy and performance
for LANs, routed and switched WANS, and remote access
networks
Create and deploy a global lntranet
Troubleshoot an environment that uses Cisco routers and
switches for multiprotocol client hosts and services.
ELEX 2120
$985
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 1 (T)
Introduction to semi-conductor circuits. Topics include bipolar
and field-effect
transistor
for use in
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current and voltage amplifier configurations. Students will also
study oscillators, power amplifiers, power supplies, and switching
devices. Prerequisites: MATH 1431, ELEX 1105. (7 credits)
Sep 17 TuejThr 1845-2145 15 wks BBY CRN 67129
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TELC 0107
$495ELECTRICAL CODE
This course covers all sections of the Canadian Electrical Code
~ including [email protected] bulletins and B.C. amendments as well as the
Electrical Safety Regulation. It is ideal ior ele
in commercial, industrial, and high- voltage
course and instructor are recognized by the
Program.
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2100 10 wks KEL CR
Sep 23 Mon/Wed 1830-2100 10 wks BBY
Sep 23 MonWed 1830-2100 10 wks SRY
Oct 19 Sat
0800-1600
7 wks BBY
O T E L C 0113
$435
ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CODE (LE/FE)
Designed for persons doing electrical work in the entertainment
industry. This course follows the Electrical Safety Branch guidelines
and prepares the student to write the LE or FE code exam.
Prerequisite: Experience with three phase electrical systems. A
current edition of the Canadian Electrical Code is required.
Sep 14 Sat
0900-1500 5 Vvks
BBY CRN 60043
ELEX 0350
$405
REALTIME MULTI-TASKING C PROGRAMMING
Teaches many practical C programming techniques to create
real-time multi-tasking programs that do not require multitasking kernel. Suitable for PC or embedded applications.
Includes statemMachine programming and interrupt handling.
Prerequisite: C programming experience.
Sep 10
Tue
1845-2145
10wks
BBY CRN 63436
0 ELEX 0410
TELC 0119
$360
MATH FOR ELECTRICIANS
This upgrading course is designed for electrical apprentice
students requiring additional math study. This tutorial course will
cover the math required in years 1,2 and 3 of the electrical
apprenticeship program. Students will spend approximately 60
hours in class.
Oct 1
TueRhr 1830-2130 1Owks BBY CRN 6 3 3 3 9
$630
ENTRY PREP FOR ELECTRONICS
This course is a preparatory course for those planning to enter
Electronic Engineering Technology (or the Electronic Technician
Common Core), and who want to improve their chances for
success in the program. The course introduces electrical/
electronic terminology and electric circuit theory while
reinforcing the mathematical and physics skills learned in high
school. A practical, hands-on lab component ensures that
students have an opportunity to learn by doing. Prerequisite:
Math 12 and Physics 11 recommended.
Sep 23 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 64119
604-432-8637
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TELC 0141
$495
SECURITY SYSTEMS
Covers rules and regulations including mandatory trades
qualification requirements; basic electronics; testing and
servicing; wiring methods, input; output, and control equipment;
and central station communications, access, and CcrV systems.
Designed for installers about to write the TQ exam, crime
prevention officers, and sales and administrators working with
security alarm systems.
Oct 1
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 33072
ELEX 3535 (T)
$445
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
Explains the theory and introduces the mathematical models,
computer tools and procedures used for data analysis, and a
broad array of digital filter designs. Prerequisite: Diploma of
Technology or engineering degree in a related area or equivalent,
or departmental approval. (3 credits)
604-432-8637
[email protected]
*ELEX0105
$335
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 1: INTRODUCTION
Introduces circuit analysis that parallels the first 12 weeks of ELEX
1105. Students who wish to continue in ELEX 1105 for credit
may transfer to ELEX 1105. (ELEX 0105 fees will be applied to
ELEX 1105 with continued registration).
Sep 17 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 33179
+
ELEX 0205
$530
C INTRODUCTION FOR ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY
Examines the use of the programmable logic-controllers (PLC) in
the area of industrial automation. Students will design and
document solutions to control problems that can be tested on
the PLC.
Sep 19 Thr
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 33176
ELEX 0362
$195
MATLAB TUTORIAL
This course introduces the student to MatLab software and its
use in electronics technology. The focus of the course is on the
graphical user interface, generating plots, an introduction to
Simulink, and problem solving using this powerful tool. Students
taking advanced courses in Electronics Technology are advised to
take this course if they have no previous experience with MatLab.
Sep 3
Tue
1800-2200 1 wk
BBY CRN 67128
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Sat
0800-1700
=ELEX 1105
$785
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 1 (T)
This course covers the principles of circuit analysis for DC resistive
' circuits. Introductory topics are charge, current, voltage,
resistance, energy, and power. Series, parallel, and series-parallel
circuits are analyzed using'Ohm's Law, power law, and Kirchhoff's
voltage and current laws. Advanced methods of analysis used for
more complex circuits include mesh (loop), nodal, superposition,
Thevenin, and Norton. A variety of circuits are built to confirm
the theory through application.
Sep 17 Tue
1845-2145 30wks BBY CRN 33098
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1845-2145
12 wks
BBY CRN 61878
12 wks
BBY CRN 65040
ELEX 2105
$780
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 2 (T)
Introduces the behaviour of electrical circuits and networks when
driven by a single-phase alternating current (AC) source. Prepares
students for courses in electronics and power systems. Covers
analysis of AC circuits with complex algebra. Circuit theory is
verified using multimeters, sinewave generators, and dual trace
oscilloscopes. Prerequisite: ELEX 1105, MATH 1431.(5.5 credits)
Ser, 19 Thr
1845-2145 25 wks BBY CRN 33115
TELC 1139
$555
ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS FOR
FIRE ALARM TECHNICIANS
Covers basic electrical and electronic theory, basic electrical
calculations, schematics and blueprints, instruments, equipment
Code. Prerequisite: Basic
604-432-8637
[email protected]
+
ELEX 5510
INTRODUCTION TO RF CIRCUIT DESIGN
0 TELX 0,176
$680
ELECTRONICS SOLID STATE DEVICES
Continues from TELX 01 75, focusing on semi-conductortheory.
Topics include P-N junctions, diodes, bi-polar transistors, FETS,
zeners, LEDs, rectification, amplification, oscillators, and power
supplies. Students will prove the theory by constructing and
testing basic solid-state circuits. Prerequisite: TELX 0175.
Ser, 24 Tues/Thr 1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 33082
TELX 0%178
$680
ELECTRONICS MICROPROCESSORS
Covers basic architecture, addressing modes, branching,
computer arithmetic, stack operations, sub routines, 1/0
operations, interrupts, interfacing, and simple programming in
machine code based on the 6800 microprocessor. Prerequisite:
TELX 01 77.
Tue/Thr
1830-2130
10 wks
BBY CRN 67130
$785
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES 1
Begins with a description of the fundamental theory of the
decimal and binary number systems, then examines the binary
(two states or levels) concept followed by the description of
binary variables as related to mechanical switches. Digital logic
circuits are discussed and their truth tables and Boolean out put
equations are generated .Various logic sources are defined and
interfaced to combination logic circuits comprised of electronic
logic gates. A l T L data book will be utilized to facilitate
combinational logic circuit design.
Mon/Thr 1845-2130
Tue
604-432-8637
[email protected]
This short-tem program is intended for those who require a
basic working knowledge of electronics for their jobs, or those
who want to learn more about electronics. A Statement of
Completion in Electronics (Basics) will be issued to students who
successfully complete the following courses: TELX 01 75 and
TELX 01 76.
Sep 17
H ELEX 1115
Sep 19
Sep 17
[email protected]
matching networks; wide and transformers; and synthesis of low
pass, high pass, band pass, and band stop BUTERWORTH and
CHEBYCHEV filters. Prerequisite: Must be an engineer or
technologist, or departmental approval. (3 credits)
SeD 17 TueiThr 1845-2145 8 wks
BBY CRN 33168
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TELX 0116
$430
STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEMS
This course is designed to provide basic training in structured
cabling systems for contractors installing structured cabling
systems in the province of British Columbia.
Sep 14
+
Ser, 10
604-432-8637
[email protected]
The following courses are designed for persons working in the
electrical trade.
TELC 0105
$760
ELECTRICAL IP/TQ EXAM REFRESHER
Designed for electricians preparing to write the IP/TQ. Exam.
Students must have electrical work experience before registering,
approved by the ITAC area office closest to your location.
Prerequisite:.Knowledge of wiring methods and terminology.
Textbook is the.current edition of the Canadian Electrical Code
Part I.
Ser, 23
Mon/Wed 1830-2130
10 wks
BBY CRN 33039
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TELC 0130
$470
TELECOM STRUCTURED CABLING SYSTEMS
Covers the basic principles of conventional motor control for
those working in an industrial setting. Prerequisite: familiarity
with wiring methods and AC motor operation.
Sep24 Tue
1830-2130 6wks
BBY CRN 67115
Sat/Sun
0800-1800
2 days
BBY CRN 64012
W T E L X 0220
$1,095
PBX INSTALLATION AND PROGRAMMING
.
Features the installation and programming practices on the NEC
and Meridian PBX product lines. LCR, DID, ACD, CTI, TI, ISDN,
signaling, voice mail, LAN interconnecting, and new PBX features
will be covered. Students will be provided with -le equipment for
hands-on instruction.
Tue/Thr
1830-2130
10 wks
BBY CRN 61387'
TELX 1142
$515
BASIC ELECTRICAL FOR HYDRONIC TECHNICIANS
Provides a practical understanding of direct and alternating
current and series and parallel circuits. Covers the analyzing of
circuits using Ohms Law and multimeters. Ladder diagrams and
electrical code will also be covered.
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 , 6 wks
BBY CRN 63370
TELX 3311
$1,350
FIBER OPTICS (T)
Offers theory of fiber optics with a
approach. Topics
include fiber transmission systems
systems, light, detectors, connectdrs, ckbles, splices, couplers,
power budgets, and test equipmelit. Pfovides experience in the
areas of connectors splicing, install tion and testing using an
OTDR, light source, and power m i . (4 credits)
Sep 23
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 1 10 wks BBY CRN 36120
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$700
INSTALLING PREMISES CABLING SYSTEMS
This course includes an overview of premises
cabing iystems, an in-depth review of the ANSI/TIA/EIA and
ISO/IEC industry standards, and a discussion and hands-on
practicum on the rough-in, installation, management, and
termination of shielded and unshielded twisted pair and optical
fiber cabling systems. The course is about 85% hands-on, and
students will build a rack, install an outlet, and install, terminate,
and test a cabling link between the two.
Nov2
Sat/Sun 0800-1700 1 wk
BBY CRN 67131
+
TELX 0241
$900
CERTIFYING AND TROUGLESHOOTING
PREMISES CABLING SYSTEMS
This comprehensive course features approximately
75% hands-on training with appropriate tools and test
equipment. Each student will obtain the experience necessary to
certify and document twisted pair and optical fiber cable plants
based on established industry standards. The standards studied in
the course include ANSI/TIA/EIA-S68A, TSB-67, ANSI/EIA/TIA526-14A, and ANSl/TlA/EIA-526-7. Each student will also obtain
experience troubleshooting common problems with installed
LAN cable plants. An extensive documentation package is
provided which includes course text and notes.
Nov 16 Sat/Sun 0800-1700 1 wk
BBY CRN 671 32
+
TELX0242
$900
DESIGNING PREMISES CABLING SYSTEMS
This course, which is approximately 80% hands-on,
prepares.students to handle the many design criteria decisions
associated with premises cabling systems. The student will
progress through a step-by-step process from the initial design
analysis through a final project. There is an emphasis on the
design parameters and guidelines of the TIA/EIA/ISO standards.
The student will design several different premises cabling systems
based on actual projects including campus drawings, floorplan
layouts, telecommunications closet, and rack elevations.
Nov29 Fri/Sat/
0800-1700 1 wk
BBY CRN 67133
Sun
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(5.5 CREDITS)
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 1 (T)
H ELEX2105
H TELX 0182
$535
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS 2
Provides, hands-on training in the use of dedicated programming
software. Explores the power of the PLC, data manipulation,
math routines, and data comparison instructions. Prerequisite:
TELX 01 86 and a gaod working knowledge of Windows.
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 5 wks
BBY CRN 33019
Nov 5
(5.5 CREDITS)
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 2 (T)
(7 CREDITS)
ELEX2120
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 1 (T)
ELEX2125
C PROGRAMMING (T)
(4.5 CREDITS)
ELEX 2135
ClRCUlT ANALYSIS AC/DC (T)
TELX0186
$645
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS 1
Covers the basic knowledge required to operate a programmable
logic controller (PLC). Examines advantages of PLC's, installation,
hardware requirements, peripheral devices, system operation,
and hands-on programming to relay replacement level using
industry-accepted software. Prerequisite: Industrial wiring
experience and familiarity with motor controls and windows.
Experience can be obtained by taking TELC 0130.
Sep 24 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 60039
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY
60037
NovS
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ELEX2865
INTRO TO COMPUTER HARDWARE (T)
H ELEX 3305
(4 CREDITS)
MICROCONTROLLER SYSTEMS 1 (T)
(7 CREDITS)
ELEX3405
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1 (T)
(6 CREDITS)
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[email protected]
604-432-8637
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY 1
This course is designed for those who want to take steps towards
learning about the electrical field. This familiarization course
covers the basics.
To register please contact BCEA (B.C. Electrical Association)
at 604-291-7708 or visit www.bcea.bc.ca
Oct 15 Tue/Thr 180n-2100 7 wks
BBY CRN 671 36
ELEX 3305
$780
MICROCONTROLLER SYSTEMS 1 (T)
Applies the knowledge in ELEX 1 1 15/21 15 to perform a detailed
study of a micro controller system. Includes internal architecture,
memory devices, machine/assembly/high- level language
programming of an operating system, software development
tools, and input and output ports. Prerequisite: ELEX 21 25 or
2115, 3320 or 3515, or 3205 or equivalent. (7 credits)
SeD 16
Mon
1845-2145 30 wks BBY CRN 33123
In addition to the Part-time courses offered in Electrical
and Electronic Technology, we also offer a broad range
of courses for industry though our Industry Services
Department. For more information on how we can
help you achieve your training goals, please contact:
Sandy Shaw, Manager, Business Development
School of Electrical and Electronic Technology
604-432-8728
[email protected]
604-432-8637
wELECTRICAL
ELEX 3405
EQUIPMENT 1 (T)
$640
Meets or exceeds the ELEX 3325 requirements for the Control
Option Diploma, and ELEX 2845 requirements for Mechanical.
Magnetic circuits, AC and DC motors and generators,
transformers, fuses, circuit breakers, 3-phase power and 3-phase
rectification are studied in detail. Explains the operation of
electrical equipment for trade persons. Prerequisite: Previous AC
and DC circuit analysis training required. (6 credits)
1845-2145 18 wks BBY CRN 33159
Seo 16 Mon
HEALTH SCIENCES
www.health. bcit.ca
604-451-7089
We provide access to
delivery formats inch
learning, online, and
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variety of credentials from certificate, diploma, and advanced
certificate, to bachelor and collaborative master degree levels.
For detailed course and program information, visit our Web site
where you can download program guides or contact the
individuals identified in each of the programs below.
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Online
Classroom
Clinical
Cuided/Distance Education
$305 + SBH $10
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR CARDIOLOGY
Structure of the heart muscle cell related to its electrical
and mechanical properties. Electrical events of the cardiac cycle
as the basis of ECG, mechanical events related to electrical
events, and pressure and volume changes in heart chambers.
Structure and function of blood vessels, circuldtory.bhysiology
ry systems. Challenge course available.
12 (C+ or better). (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN, 60186
$305
+ TEXT $116 iS&H $10
HUMAN BEHAVIOR
Psychological perspective relevant to cardiologytechnologists. Overview of psychology and psychological
methods, health care trends, working with others, development
over the life-span, health and well-being, job stress, experience of
illness, critical illness and death, approaches to therapy,
emotions, interpersonal skills, culture, and professional
implications for practice. Challenge course available. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 61861
Sep 9
PSYC 1101
$595
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 1
The first of two courses that introduce modern
psychology's perspectives on the complexity of human behaviour
and interaction. Topics: Biological basis of behaviour,
psychological development, sensory processes, perception,
consciousness, learning, memory, thought and language. Credit
earned through combination of lectures, Web-based study, and
student-facilitateadiscussions.(3 credits)
Sep 4
Wed
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 66838
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$595
INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 2
This course is the second of two introductory psychology
courses focusing on the psychologist's approach to theories,
problems, and issues in contemporary psychology. This survey
course introduces you to the following areas of psychology: basic
motives, emotion, health psychology, individual differences,
personality, abnormal psycholoay, therapies, social cognition and
affect, and social attraction and influence. Prerequisite: PSYC 1 101.
Sep5
Thr
1800-2100 15 wks BBY CRN 66839
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We offer the following degree programs by distance education:
Bachelor of Technology in Management Health Specialty,
Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management - Health
Option, and Bachelor'of Technology in Medical Imaging.
See paqes 12 and 14.
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Continuing Education
604-432-8727 or 1-800-663-6542ext 8727
[email protected]
BHSC 0100
5325
ppA HUMAN BIOLOGY
Survey of general principles of human body structure and
function. Based on B.C. secondary system's Biology 12 course.
BCIT's Nursing, Electroneurophysiology, Medical Laboratory,
Nuclear Medicine, and Medical Radiography programs accept
this course as the Biology 12 entrance requirement. Also useful as
general overview of human structure and function. Carries no
laboratory component. (Non-credit)
SeD 9
Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 38776
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
BHSC 2217
$305 + TEXT 5102 + SBH $10
ESSENTIALSOF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Survey of basic human structure and function. Overview
for those wishing some fundamental insights into anatomy and
physiology, or as the foundation on which further study can
build. Basics of cells and tissues followed by survey of the body's
major organ systems. Required for BCIT's Cardiology programs.
Prerequisite: Biology 12. (3 credits)
,
12 wks
CRN 61852
Sev 9
[email protected]
604-432-8344
www.biotech.bcit.ca
The Biotechnology program currently offers two workshops
designed to meet the rising demand for current information and
training in this field.
BHSC 3302
osos + TEXT ~6 + S6rn si0
CARDIAC PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Cardiyascular disorders emphasizing the concept of
disease as a disturbavce of normal structure and function.
Functionalcardiac anatomy, followed by a detailed examination
of cardiac pathologies commonly encountered by the
cardiovascular technologist. Systemic diseases and malfunction of
organ systems, which initiate or are a consequence of cardiac
failure. Prerequisite: BHSC 1 1 17 (60%). (5 credits)
Sep 9
12wks
CRN 32225
Two-day workshop for non-scientific audiences.
Comprehensive overview of biotechnology, its components and
applications, Technologies that make up biotechnology and their
application in science and industry. Genetic engineering, cell
culture, fermentation, human health, forestry, agriculture, and
waste management. Offered in partnershipwith B.C.
Biotechnology Alliance (BCBA). (1 credit)
To register or get information on the latest course schedule,
"contact BCBA at 604-669-9909 or visit w.biotech.bc.ca.
Oct 23 Wed-Thr 0900-1630 2 days
BBY CRN 65888
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$1,325
MOLECULAR GENETICS TECHNOLOGY
Overview of theorv and Dractice of modern molecular
genetics (80 hrs). Practicaihand;-on training in basic techniques
of molecular genetics (Southern/Northern/stem Blot, PCR,
DNA/RNA preparation, DNA sequencing, and cloning), and
theoretical training in genetic analysis. Genetic analysis,
recombinant DNA technology, and the application of this
technology to the analysis of genes and their products.
Prerequisite: Lab experience highly recommended. (4 credits)
Mon-Fri 0930-1 730 2 wks
BBY CRN 29911
Jun9
2003
“A:
Diploma/Post-diploma Diploma
604-451 -71 37 or 1-800-663-6542 ext 71 37
[email protected]
www. health.bcit.ca/cardiology/
$305 + TEXT $118 + SLH $10
CARD 3205 .
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH INFORMATICS
Improvingthe delivery of patient care through
application of information systems. Health informatics is
emerging from the complexity and constraints in the health care
system. Practising health care professionals must demonstrate
competency in the use of health information to perform their
responsibilities in support of their organization‘s mission and
objectives. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 62000
CARD 3209
$305 + TEXT $62 -F S&H $10
RADIATION PROTECTION FOR CARDIAC IMAGING
Fundamental principles and concepts of radiation
protection for cardiac imaging. Biological effects of radiation and
framework for radiation protection. Factors affecting dose in
cardiac imaging as well as radiation dose studies in interventional
fluoroscopy. Guidelines and recommendationsfor radiation
protection of patients, personnel and members of the public.
www. health.bcit.ca/cardiovascular/
See Basic Health Sciences for the following courses:
BHSC 1 1 17 Anatomy and Physiology for Cardiology
BHSC 1146 Human Behaviour
BHSC 221 7 Essentials of Anatomy and.Physiology
BHSC 3302 Cardiac Pathophysiology
$205-+ SLH $10
BASIC CARDIAC INSTRUMENTATION
AND ELECTRICITY
iples, simple circuit analysis, electrical safety,
and biomedical instrumentation relating to cardiology
technology practices. Prerequisites: Principles of Math 12, Physics
1 1 (C+ or better). (2 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 39164
CARD 1101
$40:
TEXT $55 + SLH $10
IhTRODUCTION TO CARDL .DGY
Normal cardiac anatomy and physiologyand the various
non-invasiveand invasive diagnostic studies currently performed.
Variety of common abnormal cardiovascular conditions,
syndromes and treatment strategies, and implantable devices.
Prerequisites: BHSC 1 1 17 (60%), CARD 1 103 (60%)- (4 credits)
12 wks
CRN 60185
Sep 9
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$155 + CD ROM $100 + SLH $10
CARD 1103
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Greek and Latin roots, prefixes and suffixes commonly
used in cardiology technology. Uses course guide, printed
manual, and CD-ROM courseware, which promotes highly visual
approach to demonstratingthe teims. Includes built-in audio
pronunciation guide. Challenge course available. (1.5 credits)
12 wks
CRN -61974
Sep 9
$305 + TEXT $113 + S&H $10
PATIENT CARE FOR ALLIED
ALTH PROFESSIONALS
ent, basic patient health problems, and
safety and comfort measures considered when workina with
patients, carrying out procedures, and working with eGuipment.
Behaviours and skills required of allied health professionalsin
hospital or private laboratory setting. Skills and procedures
’ implemented safely during a practicum course. Challenge course
available. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 61978
CARD 1187
$305 + TEXT $111 + SLH $10
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS FOR HEALTH
Descriptive statistics, elementary probability and statistical
estimation, and hypothesis testing. Helps the student develop a
working understanding of concepts and techniques in each of
these topic areas. Prerequisite: Math 12 (C+ or better). (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 60560
CARD 1285
$305 + S&H $10
COMMUNlCATlON FOR ALLIED
HEALTH [email protected]
the skills needed<toefficiently and effectively perform the
tasks of allied health prof&sjonals, who can spend a considerable
part of their working day writing - documenting patient care,
writing letters and memos, preparing written information for
clients, writing policies and procedules, completing reports, and
preparing oral presentations. They may also research and write
about topics related to their field for possible publication in
professionaljournals or for delivery at conferences. Prerequisite:
English 12 (C+ or better). (3 credits)
Sep 9
Sep 9
12 wks
‘CRN 61982
$305 + TEXT $145 + SLH $10
CARD 2201
ECG INTERPRETATION
Nuances of 12-lead ECG interpretation. All forms of .
arrhythmias, conduction blocks, infarction and pacemaker
rhythms as they relate to the cardiology technologist’s role.
Challenge course available. Prerequisites: BHSC 1 1 17 (6O%),
BMET 1 107 (~OYO),
CARD 1 101 (60%). (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 60184
$305 + S&H $10
CARD 2202
CARDIOLOGY DIAGNOSTIC TESTING
METHODOLOGY
Fundamentalsof the preparation and performance of noninvasive cardiology diagnostic testing. Practice and principles of
basic skin preparation techniques for various studies,
landmarking and electrode placement patterns, hook-up
protocols, electrocardiographic data acquisition in 12-lead
electrocardiography, exercise stress testing, ambulatory ECG, and
arrhythmia monitoring. Prerequisites: BMET 1 107 (~OYO),
CARD
1 101 (60%), CARD 2201 (60%). (3 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 60559
reduction. Epidemiology, preventive practices, and
pathophysiology of coronary artery disease. Inpatient, outpatient,
and home cardiac rehabilitation programs. Cardiac rehabilitation
standards and case studies. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 60311
mechanisms, conduction pathology, and the disease processes
responsiblefor arrhythmias and cardiac muscle damage. Types
and severity of cardiac arrhythmias, symptoms, and treatment
modalities. Pacemaker function, implant analysis, and operation
of recommended procedures. Prerequisites: BHSC 3302 (60%),
CARD 2201 (60%). (5 credits)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN
-35944
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CARD 3360
$305 + TEXT $83 + S&H $10
CARDIAC PHARMACOLOGY
Specific types of pharmacologicalagents utilized in the
cardiac catheterization lab and coronary care units. Cardiac
agents use in diagnostic and interventionalcardiac catheterization
proceduFes. Drugs evaluated with respect to their cellular and
physiological actions, prescribed usage, alternative nomenclature,
dosages, adverse reactions, cautions and common routes of
administration. Prerequisite: BHSC 3302 (60%). (3 credits)
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Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 35945
$205 + SLH $10
CONCEPTS IN AMBULATORY ECG
Concepts essential to the practising cardiology
les of operation of analyzers/recorders,
indications/diary/findings, conduction disturbances, ischemia,
drugs and miscellaneous, implantabledevices, and reporting.
Prerequisites: CARD 2202 (60%), CARD 3330 (60%), CARD 3360
(60%). (2 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 64712
CARD 4202
$205 + TEXT $92 + SLH $10
CONCEPTS I N EXERCISE TOLERANCE TESTING
Concepts of exercise tolerance testing essential to the
practising cardiology technologist. Exercise testing and
prescriptiontopics including general principles, importance of
general factors, and various diseases and health states.
Theoretical basis and clinical application of exercise tolerance
testing and prescription to special cases such as rheumatoid
arthritis, osteoporosis, and more. Prerequisites: CARD 3330
(60%), CARD 3360 (60%), CARD 2202 (60%). (2 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 63579
$305 + TEXT $162 + SLH $10
Indications, technology, electrophysiology,
programmability, modes, hemodynamics, rate-modulated
implantable cardioverter defibrillator and antitachycardia devices,
implantation, and patient followup. Prerequisites: CARD 3330
(60%), CARD 3360 (60%). (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 60337
Sep 9
$505 + TEXT $91 + S&H $10
CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION:
PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
Essentials necessary for a practising cardiovascular technologist.
Concepts of diagnostic and interventional procedures, with
specific orientation to cardiac angiography, hemodynamics,
calculations of cardiac indices, and general lab practices. Aspects
of congenital cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology studies,
cardiac transplant and cardiac emergencies. Prerequisites: BHSC
3302 (6O%), CARD 3330 (60%), CARD 3360 (6O%), (5 credits)
12 wks
CRN 36030
Sep 9
$205 + TEXT $92 + S&H $10
ONAL CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION
Information essential to the practising cardiovascular
technologist. Coronary angioplasty, complications and
antithrombotic therapy, stents, coronary atherectomy, restenosis,
difficult angioplasty situations, high-risk angioplasty,
nonangiographic coronary lesion assessment, peripheral and
cerebral vascular catheterization and angioplasty techniques,
valvuloplasty, pericardiocentesis and special techniques, and laser
coronary angioplasty. Prerequisite: CARD 4330 (60%).(2 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 62008
[email protected]
Registration: 604-432-8723
[email protected]
yw.fishtech.bcit.ca
This program operates according to the current requirements of
the fishing industry. We develop courses and works
assistance of industry committees, and schedule the
Contact Denise DeLeebeeck 604-432-8948 to be added to our
mailing list for notification of upcoming activities. For a current
workshop schedule contact Sharon Cameron a t 604-432-8723.
Choose from the following workshops:
Quality Management Program (QMP) Inspection (FIS
Introductionto HACCP (FISH 01 22)
Revised QMP Plan (FISH 01 23)
Self-verification of Your QMP Plan (FISH 01 25)
Checklists To Verify Your QMP Plan (FISH 01 26)
Orientation to Sanitation and Hygiene (FISH 01 31)
Factory Clean-up (FISH 01 32)
es & Equipment Sanitation and Hygiene (FISH 01 33)
Double Seam Workshop (FISH 0140)
Fundamentalsof Thermal Processing Science (FISH 0142)
First Line Supervisor (FISH 0150)
Chargehahd (FISH 0151)
New Product Business Development (FISH 01 60)
InstructionalSkills Workshop (FISH 01 61)
Quality and Safety of Tuna On-board (FISH 01 70)
Can Screening Line Theory and Operation (FISH 1141)
Metal Can befect I.D. & Classification (FISH 1 1 43)
Canned Foods: Thermal Processing & Container Evaluation
(FISH 1 1 45)
Food MicrobiologicalControl (FISH 1200)
Seafood Processing and Quality (FISH 1900)
CD-ROM Training Tutorials on Metal Can Defects
We offer the following CD-ROMs as part of the Fish Harvesting
and Processing Technology program:
Origins of Metal Can ManufacturingDefects
Origins of Double Seam Defects
Identification of Metal Can Defects
Tutorials are based on material from CFlA manual, “Metal Can
Defects - Identificationand Classification” and validated by a
committee of B.C. salmon canners, a can manufacturer, CFlA and
Health Canada. The target audience IScanned food inspectors in
processing plans, can screening warehouses, government and
private testing laboratories and import facilities, and can
manufacturingplants.
To order CDs, contact Sharon Cameron
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at 6
For more information on content, design, an
requirements, contact Denise DeLeebeeck at 604-432-8948,
fax 604-434-6986, e-mail [email protected]
7
Registration: 604-432-8723
www.foodtech. bcit.ca
Sharon-Camer
$300
FOOD 3021
I
INTRODUCTION TO -OD MICROBIOLOGY
Indispensable informationfor anyone in the food industry
who handles or processes food. How micro-organisms can spoil
food and cause food borne disease. Techniques for measurement
and control of bacteria, and food safety problems.
Sep 1
5 2 wks
CRN 67259
FOOD 1140
$380
B& PREREQUISITE PROGRAMS (GMPS) FOR HACCP
Sanitation principles and practices as they apply to food
ic microbiology, food spoilage and
processing establishments.
cal control point systems, personal
safety, hazard analysis and
hygiene, good manufacturingpractices, cleaning and disinfecting
agents, WHMIS, setting up a sanitation program, the Food Safety
Enhancement Program, and much more. Prerequisite: Must be
employed or associated with the food processing industry.
(1.5 credits).
Tue/Wed/ 0830-1630 3 days
BBY CRN 61580
Oct 1
Thr
FOOD 1160
$380
FOOD SAFETY: THE H
PI
Wed
0830-1200/
Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
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$390
To keep HACCP
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beZ.ca
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604-434-1610
Fall 2002 Part-time Stuches
HEALTH-SCIENCES
FOOD 1301
$135
FOOD SAFETY FOR THE PLANT WORKER
Basic concepts of food safety concerns relating to
€he plant worker. Basic microbiology, food-borne illnesses,
allergens, personal hygiene and handling, CMPs, and HACCP.
Successful participants receive statement of completion. (1 credit).
Wed
1815-2115 3 wks
BBY CRN 6701 3
Oct 2
FOOD 2023
$210
. ppA BEER TECHNOLOGY
For the novice brewmaster, understanding of the
technology of the production of quality beers. Excellent start for
career in brewing. Basic processes, beer cultures, fermentation
problems, sanitation, beer variations (ales, lagers), finishing and
packaging, aging, and care of beer. Five classroom sessions and
one field trip to a brewery (scheduled by the class). Successful
completion of workshop receives statement of completion.
(1 credit)
Sep 24 Tue
1830-2130 5 wks
BBY CRN 39369
$210
FOOD 2024
WINE TECHNOLOGY
For the novice, understandingof the technology of the
production of quality wines. Excellent start for career in
winemaking. Basic processes, wine cultures, fermentation
problems, sanitation, wine variations (sparkling/ciders/coolers/
varietals), finishing and packaging, aging, and care of wine. Five
classroom sessions and one field trip to a winery’(schedu1ed by
the class). Successful completion of workshop receives statement
of completion. (1 credit).
Oct 29 Tue
1830-2130 5 wks
BBY CRN 39370
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w.foodtech.bcit.ca
Associate Ce ificate
Earn your Assocgte Certificate in Food Safety if you are:
Employed in the food industry with no formal food science
background and wish to upgrade your knowledge (e.g.
production supervisors and plant managers, technicians,
technical sales and marketing, dietitians and nutritionists,
government and public health inspectors, food industry
entrepreneurs and line personnel).
A foreign-trained food technologist wishing to obtain
Canadian certification
An individual wishing to gain a better understanding of food
safety issues in food processing.
We teach associate certificate program courses a t a level that
assumes you have completed English 12 (or equivalent). We may
grant credit for equivalent courses taken outside of BCIT.
Associate Certificate
(24.5 $(edits total)
604-432-8561
[email protected]
Mandatory Courses (14.5 credits)
Credits
Introduction to Business and
COMM 1 103
Technical Communication
3.0
FOOD 1021
Introduction to Food Microbiology
3.0
FOOD 1091
Introductionto Food Technology
2.5
or
FNkP-200
Exploring Our Food
(from BC Open Learning Agency)
or
FOOD 2010DE Principles of Food Science (from U of
FOOD 1140
Pre
FOOD 1 163
Internal Aud
(choose minimum 5 credits from the following list):
FISH 1141
Can Screening Line Theory
and Operation
1 .o
FISH 1 143
Metal Can Defect ID & Classification
1 .O
FISH 1145
Canned Foods: Thermal Processing
and Container Evaluation
2.5
FISH 1200
Food Microbiological Control
1.5
FOOD 1022
Introductionto Food
Microbiology Lab 1
2.5
FOOD 1023
Introduction to Food
2.5
Microbiology Lab 2
FOOD 1 150
Dairy Processing
2.0
FOOD 21 SO
Dairy Processing 1
2.5
FOOD 31 50
Dairy Processing 2
2.5
FOOD 1701
Egg Pasteurization Principles
1.5
FOOD 1702
Egg Pasteurizer Operations 1
1 .o
FOOD 1703
Egg Pasteurizer Operations 2
0.5
FOOD 1705
Principles of Food Spray-Drying
1.5
FOOD 1706
Spray-Drier Operations
0.5
FOOD 1707
Spray-Drier Operator
0.5
Electives
Credits
(choose maximum 5 credits from the following list):
COMM 2203
Business and Technical Reports
3.0
EENC 7720
Applied Microbiology
1 .o
EENG 7721
Applied Toxicology
1 .o
HRMC 2805
Occupational Health and Safety
3.0
OCHS 1 262
Hazardous Materials Management
4.0
OPMT 1106
Quality Assurance 1 Manufacturing
3.0
OPMT 1 1 16
Vender Quality Management
3.0
OPMT 1142
Introduction to Quality Control Methods 3.0
OPMT 1 144
Envirozmental Compliance
3.0
and Management System Auditing
Other courses may be considered as electives if they meet the
mandate of the certificate program.
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Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
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Advanced Specialty Certificates and Health Care
Management Certificates Level 1 and 2
604-456-8087lor 1-800-663-6542 ext 8087
[email protected]
New technologies and new knowledge are constantly changing
health care organizations.
BCIT offers four advanced specialty certificates for health care
professionals who want to augment their skills in specialized
areas of current interest to employers. These are practical
courses with current information relevant to keeping your
workplace up-to-date with the latest developments. Each
certificate is 24 credits: seven courses offered online and a final
project you can do in your workplace.
Entrance Requirements
If you have never taken any of the Health Care Management
courses, visit the following Web site to complete the
registration checklist and obtain approval for registering:
http://w.health.bcit.ca/online/checklist:htm.
Program Map
Required:
Health Information Systems Technology HIST)
Introduction to Computers an$
HlNS 51 00
Telecommunications in Health
HlNS 5200
Information Systems in Health Care
HlNS 5205
Introduction to Health Informatics
HlNS 5400
Telehealth Concepts
Project Management in Health Care
HMCT 5500
HMCT 5800
Integrative Project
Choose one of:
Leading Technological Change and the
HTMT 5300
Learning Culture
Organizing Teams for Innovation and
HTMT 5500
Organizational Flexibility.
Health Technolog
anagement (HTM)
He&!?Technology Management and the
HTMT 51 00
Health Care Environment
Medical Technology Management Practice
BMET 71 01
Leading Technological Change and the
HTMT 5300
Learning Culture
Organizing Teams for Innovation and
HTMT 5500
OrganizationalFlexibility
Project Management in Health Care
HMCT 5500
HMCT 5800
Integrative Project
Choose 6 credits from elective courses below
Health Care Qualit h a n a ement (HCQM
TotarQualityhanagementand CQl Tools
HMCT 5700
Accountability Measures
HMCT 5740
Integrating Quality, Utilization & Risk
HMGT 5760
Management
HTMT 5300
Leading Technological Change and the
Learning Culture
HTMT 5500
Organizing Teams for Innovation and
Organizational Flexibility
HlNS 5200
Information Systems in Health Care
HMGT 5500
Project Management.in Health Care
Integrative Project
HMCT 5800
Clinical Research (CRP
CRPT 5001
Clinical dials by Design
Ethical and Legal Issues of Clinical Trials
CRPT 5002
Project Management in Health Care
HMCT 5500
Integrative Project
HMCT 5800
Choose 6-12 credits:
CRPT 5004
Laboratory Issues for Clinical Trials
Clinical Conduct of Clinical Trials
CR
CR
d Sponsor Recruitment for
als
CRPT 5008
Pharmacology for Clinical Trials
Choose 0 6 credits from elective courses below.
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Electives:
Choose from these courses to complete your certificate of
24 credits (all courses are 3 credits unless specified).
Online Courses:
CRPT 5001
Clinical trials by Design
Ethical and Legal Issues of Clinical Trials
CRPT 5002
Subject and Sponsor Recruitment for
CRPT 5006
Clinical Trials
HlNS 5200
Information Systems in Health Care
BC Healthcare Financial Planning
HMCT 5640
& Management
Total Quality Management and CQI Tools
HMGT 5700
HMCT 5740
Accountability Measures
HTMT 5300
Leading Technological Change and the
Learning Culture
Organizing Teams for Innovation and
HTMT 5500
Organizational Flexibilit
Correspondence Courses:
Health Care Organization Behaviour 1
HMCT 41 10
HMCT 4150
Human Resource Management
Health Care Principles of Management
HMCT 5120
Weekend Classroom Courses:
Team Building for Health Care Managers
HMCT 4450
Health Care Law 1 (1.5 credits)
HMGT 51 70
Health Care Law 2 (1.5 credits)
HMGT 5270
(Law 1 or CRPT 5002 as prerequisite)
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Rdvanced Specialty Certificate
504-456-8087 or 1-800-663-6542ext 8087
[email protected]
m.health.bcit.ca/CRP/
$545 + TEXT $io + SLH $la
CRPT 5001
CLINICAL TRIALS BY DESIGN
Issues and policies behind the development of new
medical products and procedures in Canada and the US. Issues
directly and indirectly affecting the clinical phase of
development. Major regulatory requirements for drugs and
devices, and hands-on experience to critically appraise clinical
trials protocols for ethical and scientific relevance. (3 credits)
Sea9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 63197
$545 + SLH $la
CRPT 5002
ETHICS AND LEGAL ISSUES FOR CLINICAL TRIALS
CRPs and REB members face similar ethical and legal
issues while protecting research subjects. They follow
international guidelines and regulations, while attempting to
Drevent protocol violations. Explores ethical dilemmas, prepares
and reviews ethics applications, examines a clinical trials
agreement, considers conflicts of interest and shows how to
recognize liability issues.
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 64718
$HS + SLH sia
CRPT 5004
LABORATORY ISSUES FOR CLINICAL TRIALS
Importance of maintaining sample integrity at every
rtage of the analytical process. Basic theory and procedure for
performing a simple venipuncture and transporting infectious
materials. Opportunities to practise venipuncture for those
wishing to gain this skill. Specific to CTs and includes laboratory
competencies identified by the ACRP.
12 wks
CRN 63198
Sep 9
1545 +TEXTS $112+ $81
CRPT 5006
+ SLH sia
RECRUITING SUBJECTS
AND SPONSORS FOR CLINICAL TRIALS
Basic marketing concepts necessary to create a marketing
strategy that sets a site apart from the competition. Strengths 01
promotional methods such as print, radio, and Web-based
marketing. Enables creation of marketing plan to fit any budget
with ability to efficiently locate target audience, whether study
subjects or industry sponsors. (3 credits)
SeD 9 Mon
12 wks
CRN 6472C
$545
+ SLH gia
CRPT 5008
PHARMACOLOGY FOR CLINICAL TRIALS
Concepts and principles underlying the use of drugs in
clinical settings. Relationship of drug action(s) to human
physiology and/or pathophysiology and responsibilities related
to clinical drug trials. Drug classifications organize the course
content and provide an appreciation of the scope of
pharmaceutical treatment.
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 6320(
$545 + SLH $lC
CRPT 5010
GUIDED PROJECT IN CLINICAL RESEARCH
Individual project for those who do not have access to i
clinical or industry site and/or to an experienced preceptor.
Documentation and processes necessary to implement a clinical
trial at a research site. Completed project must fulfill both the
ICP CCP guidelines and the FDA regulationsfor clinical research
conduct. Prerequisite: Successful completion of 21 credits from
CR program map. Program head approval.
12 wks
CRN 6495(
Sep 9
@
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Ll
Certificates Level 1 and 2
604-456-8087 or 1-800-663-6542ext 8087
[email protected]
www. health.bcit.ca/hmgt/
$305 + TEXT $102 + SbrH $1(
E ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 1
Systematic approach to explaining and predicting
human behaviour in a health agency and determining how that
behaviour affects performance of the organization. Skills
required to apply organizational behaviour concepts to real life
situations. Case studies and assignments analyze management
issues and problems and formulate realistic plans of action to
resolve them. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 383%
SeD9
Mon
HMGT4150
$305 + S&H $lC
9 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The staffing process including job analysis and
description, recruitment and selection, interviewing, training
and performance appraisal, management, progressive discipline
and staff reorganization. (3 credits)
Sep9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 3940t
HMGT 4160
$325 + S L H $lC
HEALTH LABOUR RELATIONS 1
Examines industrial relations in B.C.‘s public sector and
healtd care unions. Includes B.C. Labour legislation and the
function of bargaining units, collective bargaining, application
of the contract and resolving disputes. Develops skills to apply
the Industrial Relations Model to any labour issue. (3 credits)
3days
DTC CRN 32235
Sep 27-29 Fri-Sun
Fri
1730-2030
Sat/Sun 0900-1700
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HEALTH SCIENCES
HMGT 4410
$325 + SLH $11
MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL
CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT
The effect of different approaches on the success of change
activities. Applies models for change to practical management
situations, especially those involving individuals and
organizations resistant to change. Improves the effectiveness of
individuals and groups faced with change, and evaluates the
change process. Prerequisite: HMCT 41 IO.(3 credits)
Dct 4-6and Nov 1-3 (2weekends)
DTC CRN 66891
Fri
1730-2030
Sat/Sun 0900-1700
HMGT 5120
$305 + TEXT $102-+
HEALTH CARE PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Roles and functions of management. Knowledge and
skills required for planning, organization and control in health
care agencies. Organizational culture, multiculturalism,
jownsizing, total quality management and creativity. Problemiolving throughout. (3 credits)
jep9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 3209.
‘telephone tutorial)
4dditional section with a tutorial at Children‘s & Women‘s Hospiti
jep 9
Mon
1615-1715 12 wks
CRN 6688‘
HMGT 5170
$163 + TEXT $92 + SLH $14
HEALTH CARE LAW 1
Origins and principles of law, the legal role of health
Jaraprofessionals and significant legal themes. (1.5 credits)
l c t 19-20(one weekend)
DTC CRN 63291
HMGT 5180 $305 + TEXTS $102 + $54 + SLH $1(
CANADIAN HEALTH SYSTEM
Canadian Health System at the federal, provincial, and
nunicipal levels. Systems theory and its use in understanding
he health system, acute and long-term care, institutional
!lements, community, environmental and occupational health,
iealth promotion and disease prevention, health staffing issues,
ilternate forms of care, and future trends. (3 credits)
;eD9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 3211t
HMGT 5500
$545 + SLH $l(
PROJECTMANAGEMENT IN HEALTH CARE
Introduction to PM process including staging, planning,
nplementation, close out and evaluation of projects. Specifics of
iealth PM for clinical research, health information, health care
luality management and health technology. Introduces PM
oftware. Requires outline of PM plan for a relevant health care
iroject. Prerequisite: Diploma, degree or equivalent in health carc
eld, including but not limited to nursing, laboratory technology,
ngineering, and health care management. (3 credits)
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9
eD9
~~
Mon
12 wks
CRN 63564
HMGT 5640
$545 + sLHm
BC HEALTH CARE FINANCIAL
PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
inancial accounting including the preparation and
iterpretation of financial s
sing informationfor decis
nd effectiveness of resource use; and financial management
msing on asset management, cash flow analysis, operating
nd capital budgets,.and financial feasibility studies. (3 credits)
eD 9
12 wks
CRN 64746
=.health.
HlNS 5200
$545 + SLH $lC
INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HEALTH CARE
Introduction to health information systems and how the
delivery of-patient care can be improved through appropriate
application of health management informationsystems. How to
apply skills and knowledge to assist in the development and
implementation of health information management systems in
their organization. Note: Replaces HMCT 51 30 Health
Information Systems 1 and HMGT 5230 Health Information
Systems 2. (3 credits)
:TI
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 66897
HlNS 5700
$545 + SLH oia
HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS
AND TELEHEALTH IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
Development of knowledge and skills that translate into safe and
effective clinical practice according to available standards and
regulations. Delivery of patient care using telephone, computer,
Internet/e-mail, interactive video, wireless handheld devices,
electronic patient records, and remote monitoring devices. Role
of the clinician within e-health and telehealth applications.
Prerequisite: HINS 5400 (60Y0).(3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 66900
bcit.ca/hcqm/
gi-j
HMCT 5700
$545 + READINGS $50 + SLH $10
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND CQI TOOLS
Key theory and current practice in quality improvement
Decifically in health services. Fundamental management tools
nd techniques, specialized skills, and the structured focus of
ontinuously improving all processes. Competency in using the
uality planning tools to make progress on the potential for
nprovement in key care and service processes. (3 credits)
ep9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 64745
HMGT 5740
$545 + READINGS $30 + SLH $10
ACCOUNTABILITY MEASURES
Performance measurement in health services.
ccountability tools and techniques in Canadian health system
) monitor and report on efforts to continuously improve
uality of health services delivered. Competency in performance
ieasurement to show progress in evidence-basedmanagement
i d improved outcomes. Performance measurement processes
Dplicable to all health care settings. Prerequisite: HMCT 5700.
L credits)
12 wks
CRN 66921
ip 9
FJ
dvanced Specialty Certificate
34-456-8087or 1-800-663-6542
ext 8087
[email protected]
g
www.health.bcit.ca/HIST/
HlNS 5100 $545 + TEXTS $127 + $66 + SLH $10
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND
TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN HEALTH
xhnical considerations and applications of computers in
2alth care. Value of high-quality data in managing patients and
stitutions effectively. Information processing tools that support
ialth care professionals in their practice and decision making.
omputer-mediated communication, telecommunications, and
nerging trends in health information systems. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 64727
3p 9
[email protected]
Core Courses
OCHS lo00
H
’ OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND
$205 + SLH $10
SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS
Overview of the field and how health and safety relates to an
organization’s overall management system. Leadership
commitment, open communication, rand legal accountability as
core concepts forming the basis for effective safety programs.
Variety of functions within the OH&S field and the required
resources for the safety generalist. (2 credits)
Sep 3
12 wks
CRN 66800
OCHS 1100
$305 + SLH $10
BC OHS LEGISLATION
History of B.C. legislation and how it has evolved.
Current legislative system, enforcement, and recent prosecution
trends. Introduces the B.C. Workers’ Compensation Board
structure, mandate, policies, and procedures. Applies key sections
of the B.C. Workers Compensation Act and Occupational Health
and Safety Regulation to the workplace. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 66902
$405 + SLH $10
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY LEGISLATION
[email protected]
www. health.bcit.ca/HTM/
Sept 9
HTMT 5300
$545 + SLH $10
LEADING TECHNOLOGICAL
CHANGE AND THE LEARNING CULTURE
Groundwork for understanding change, human reaction, and
effects. Models for managing, learning experience in
envisioning and impact of change on the organization.
Leadership competencies for change sponsors, leaders, and
other change agents in the context of successful change.
Managing change to avoid common pitfalls and problems
evident in change initiatives today. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 66914
HTMT 5400
$545 + SLH $10
BALANCING THE PRODUCT/SERVICE
INNOVATION PROCESS WITH HEALTH
TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT
Trends in health technology product/service innovation and
evidence-basedtechnology assessment, and the relationships
between them. Helps align internal innovation and technology
selection activity with activities of the organization and relates
these activities to client, patient, customer, and user needs.
Ethical considerations, risk management, hazards, and standards
for health technology. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 62024
$505 + TEXT $124 + SLH $10
PRINCIPLES OF LOSS MANAGEMENT
wks
CRN 38710
$305 + SLH $10
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 32128
$305 + SLH $10
Seo 9
12 wks
CRN 32130
12 wks
CRN 62106
Sep 9
12 wks
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OCHS 1463
$155 + SPH $10
FIRE PROTECTION 3 (SECURITY SYSTEMS)
(I .5credits)
Sep 9
1
1
Introduces the Canadian legal system inch
development, constitutional law, the Charter, torts,
business relationships. Emphasizes the application and importance
CRN 66916
See Bachelor of Technoloqy, Daqe 14.
[email protected] www.health.bcit.ca/NuclearMedicine/
NMED 1117
$105 + TEXT $10 + CD-ROM $45
BASIC VENIPUNCTURE FOR
+ SLH $10
For students of allied health training programs or practitioners
who are not trained in venipuncture. Basic theory and procedure
for blood collection or injection of a substance into the
bloodstream. Labqratory component included. Cardiology
students must take this course in the term prior to their Level 1
Clinical. (1 credit)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 60326
$405 + TEXT $10 + SLH $10
PET WITH DEDlCAmD AND
DUAL HEAD COINCIDENCE CAMERAS
General principles of PET followed by a detailed description of
PET physics and radionuclide production. PET camera design and
performance for both dedicated and dual head coincidence
systems. Quality control, image acquisition and reconstruction,
image characteristics, quantitation, and analysis. (4credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
Legislation regulating
transferred, and stored in the
Workplace Hazardous Materia
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) requirements. Lead
abatement and asbestos management options in the
Education and training requirements for hazardous mate
Prerequisite: OCHS I 100 or OCHS 2100 (or equivalent).
its)
SeD 9
12 wks
CRN 66908
XT $40 + VIDEO $25
+ SLH $10
AND RESPONSE
Reduction of the effects of disasters through established and
proven workplace emergency plans, procedures, and training.
Issues arising prior to, during, and immediately following an
emergency, and long-range recovery challenges that follow.
Development of an emergency response team and its
implications. Overview of community and government disaster
services. (3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 66855
Sep 9
$305 + S&H $10
Seo 9
www. health.bcit.ca/nursing
$305 + SLH $10.
NURS 5061
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY FOR
ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Drug action(s) relative to human physiology and/or
pathophysiology and anticipated effects. Interventions related to
Ed
12 wks
CRN 62105
$305 + TEXT $97 + SLH $10
OCHS 3420
RISK MANAGEMENT
CRN 61856
Continuing Education,
604-432-8853or 1-800-663-6542
ext. 8853
4
Certificate and Continuing Education
604-432-8429or 1-800-663-6542
exl: 8429
Advanced Specialty Certificate
604-456-8087or 1-800-663-6542
ext 8087
Continuing Education
604-432-8727or 1-800-663-6542
ext 8727
Ldvanced Specialty Certificate
04456-8087or 1-800-663-6542
ext 8087
[email protected]
H
technique, and monitoring the
Seo 9
insurance as
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OCHS 3520
ERGONOMICS
Human factors in the scie
monitoring client response to drugs. Role of health care
professional in health promotion and client teaching. Drug
classifications re: scope of pharmacological treatment, and
sorting, categorizing and retrieval of information about selected
drugs. (3 credits)
Sept 9
Mon
12 wks
CRN 66845
CRN 66847
of people a t work.
CRN 67003
Sep 9
1 1
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online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
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HEALTH SCIENCES
$305 + TEXT $93.50 + S&H $10
CASE MANAGEMENT
Options for workers who have suffered injuries or disease.
integrated case management team concept and how to consider
the worker's dignity and well-being. Injury management,
rehabilitation and return to work, legislation, policies, ethics,
collective agreement considerations, basics of assessment and
treatment, negotiation skills, and development of practical injury
management plan. (3 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 66856
OCHS 4320
$405 + TEXT $176+ S&H $10
OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE
Recognizing, identifying, monitoring, evaluating, and
recommending control measures for common chemical and
physicalhazards in the workplace. Benefits of implementing an
occupational hygiene program. Hygiene topics including
permissible levels, exposure radiation limits, temperature and
pressure extremes, asbestos contamination, and ventilation
design. (4 credits)
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 66805
Sep 9
12 wks
CRN 66850
$305 + TEXT $102 + S&H $10
OCHS 4520
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
(3 credits)
12 wks
CRN 65723
Sep 9
dtl&
Elective Courses
OCHS 1001
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH COMMITTEE TRAINING
(0.5 credits)
Sep 24 Tue
0800-1600 1 day
Ort
29. Tue
0800-1600 1 dav
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Tue
0800-1600 1 div
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OCHS 1001
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH COMMITTEE TRAINING
(0.5 credits)
Sep 1
52 wks
$110
BBY CRN 62016
BBY
62018
BBY
64368
$110
OCHS 1003
$110
fi$ HAZARD RECOGNITION AND CONTROL
(0.5 credits)
0800-1630 1 day
BBY CRN 63188
Nov 12
OCHS 1004
$110
PREVENTING VIOLENCE I N THE WORKPLACE
Scheduled on demand. Contact program assistant.
(0.5 credits)
OCHS 1005
$110
RuJh SUPERVISOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT
(0.5 credits)
0800-1630 1 dav
BBY CRN 62021
Oct 8
Tue
OCHS 1005
$110
SUPERVISOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT
(0.5 credits)
Sep 9
52 wks
CRN 66799
OCHS 1006
$110
INVESTIGATING AND CONTROLLING
STRAINS AND SPRAINS
Scheduled on demand. Contact proqram assistant. (0.5 credits)
OCHS 1007
$110
ppJh INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONAND SAFETY
INSPECTION WORKSHOP
Scheduled on demand. Contact program assistant. (0.5 credits)
$275
OCHS 1020
CRSP EXAM PREPARATION
Develop a personal learning plan to prepare for the
Canadian Registered Safety Professional examination. Evaluation
of competencies in each of the exam domains and readiness to
write the exam. Exam preparation and writing techniques.
Reference sources and links to study a topic more in depth.
Continuous registration. (2 credits)
Sep 9
52 wks
CRN 66802
OCHS 1410
$155
pp?wFIRE EXTINGUISHER SERVICE TECHNICIAN
(1.5 credits)
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 38838
Sep 12 Thr
OCHS 1500
$1100
TDG EXPERT LEVEL
Instructor-level certificate and tools to develop and
deliver in-house transportation of dangerous goods training
program. Classifying, packaging, marking, labelling, and
documenting dangerous goods. North American surface modes
(road, rail, water), but primarily road transport. Reference
throughout the course to the Canadian TDG Act and
Regulations. (3 credits)
Oct 21-25 Mon-Fri 0800-1700 1 wk
BBY CRN 38876
$350 + TEXT $130
OCHS 1520
ppJh TDG REFRESHER COURSE
Refresher course for learners who have experience
working with TDG or who have taken a certified TDG course and
wish to renew their B.C. certification. Text: Clear Language
Version of Canadian TDG Act and Regulations. Classroom course
is two days. (1 credit)
Sep 9
Wed/Thr 0800-1630 2 days
BBY CRN 67000
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Compressed Time Frame Program Courses
(at BCIT's Burnaby Campus)
Sep 9 - Dec 13 2002
OCHS 1000
OHS Fundamentals
OCHS 1100
BC OHS Legislation
OCHS 1200
Accident Causation and Analysis
OCHS 2320
Workplace Hazards and Controls 1
OCHS 2420
Hazardous Materials Management
OCHS 4420
Fire Safety 1
Communications 1 for OCHS
COMM 1188
Jan 13 - Apr 18 2003
OCHS 2100
OHS Legislation
OCHS 2200
Safety Program Design
Workplace Hazards and Controls 2
OCHS 2340
Emergency Preparedness and Response
OCHS 2440
OCHS 3200
Safety System Analysis
OCHS 3520
Ergonomics
OCHS 3620
Disability Case Management
OCHS 4440
Fire Safety 2
For more information:
www.health.bcit.ca/ochs/program.htm#day
CRN 66030
MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL
For more information on the degree, please see the Bachelor of
Technology section on page 13.
P
,604451 -6868 Vivian Husbands
[email protected]
A selection of courses in fluid power (hydraulics and pneumatics)
will be offered'that help prepare for the certification exams
offered by the Fluid Power Society.
For current offerings, please see the Mechanical Millwright
sections.
604-432-8828 Vivian Husbands
"YTp%[email protected],-a
604-432-8521 Bette Bayley
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Please see the following in the Computer Aided Engineering
section:
Associate Certificate in Computer Aided Design Technology
Schedule of courses offered this term
Elective Courses
ACGS 2000 'AutoCAD Map 1
ACCS 3000
AutoCAD Map 2
AlCO 2000
AutoCAD2
AlCO 2020
AutoCAD Customization 1
AlCO 3001
AutoCAD 3D
AlCO 3020
AutoCAD Programming
AlCO 3045
Architectural Desktop
AlCO 3050
CAD System Management
AlCO 4021
3 0 Studio VIZ
AlCO 4041
Mechanical Desktop
AlCO 4044
Autodesk Inventor
AICO 4048
Solidworks 1
AlCO 4050
VBA Programming for AutoCAD
Credits
1.5
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
AlCO ZOO0
$545
AUTOCAD 2
To develop the required skills for preparation of working
drawings, this advanced level course is required. It introduces the
most efficient commands for various tasks to enhance CAD
productivity. The course continues with advanced techniques for
drawing, editing, annotating, external references, symbol
libraries, working with attributes and plotting. Prerequisite: AICO
1000. (3 credits)
Sep 11 Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64827
5 Wks BBY
33213
Sep 14 Sat
0830-1600
BBY
Mon-Fri 0830-1630
1 wk
33220
Oct 7
6 wks BBY
33215
Oct 21 Mon/Wed 1845-2200
39093
0830-1600
5 wks BBY
Oct 26 Sat
33223
1730-2030
2wks DTC
Nov 15 Fri/
Sat-Sun 0900-1700
BBY
33231
Nov25 Mon-Fri 0830-1630
1 wk
For a more complete list of electives, please refer to the BCIT
Web site.
Course credit may be applied for, but in no case may the total of
applied credits exceed 10 credits. Substitution of credits can be
made with departmental approval.
e subject to change. Additions and deletions to the
reflect the continuing developments in computeraided engineering.
Courses Offered t h i s Term
Please see our Web page:
www.atc. bcit.ca
authorizedtraining center
6044516868 Vivian Husbands
Designed for experienced AutoCAD users who would like to takeJ.
advantage of AutoCAD's customization features to increase
productivity and ease of use. Topics include configuration,
modifying the ACAD.PGP file, accelerator keys, menu
customization, command macros, sources,of AutoCAD utilities,
script files, slide libraries, custom linetypes and basic DIESEL.
Prerequisite: AlCO 2000. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 36094
Dec2
Mon-Fri 0830-1630
1 wk
BBY
36095
aut0desk
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A selection of Part-time Studies courses will be offered that will
lead to an Associate Certificate in Computer Aided Design
Technology. Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools are being
increasingly used in engineering and architectural fields. As well,
CAD has relevant applications in other areas such as facilities
management, geomatics and interior design.
The Associate Certificate program is intended for:
draftspersons, technicians or individuals who are skilled in a
technical field who need to develop their CAD proficiency
individuals who require a formalization of their technical
abilities in CAD.
The Associate Certificate program courses are taught a t a level
that assumes students have completed senior secondary school
Math, Science and English or equivalent.
The program consists of two sections; core courses and elective
courses as listed below. To be awarded an Associate Certificate,
the student must complete the core courses and obtain a
minimum of 10.5 credits from the list of elective courses to
achieve a total of 21 credits.
Program Requirements: Associate Certificate
in Computer Aided Design
Credits
Core Courses (10.5 credits)
MECH 1000
Drafting Fundamentals
3.0
AICO 1000
AutoCAD 1
3.0
AlCO 4090* Practicum
3.0
COMP 1007
Understanding Windows
1.5
AlCO 4090*to be performed upon completion of all other credits.
' All BCIT AlCO part-time courses assume that students are
AlCO 3001
$545
AUTOCAD 3D
Introduces AutoCAD's 3D modeling and visualization capabilities.
With AutoCAD, three-dimensional wireframe, surface and AClS
solid models can be created and viewed. The rendering of 3D
surface and solid models is an effective way to visualize and
communicate designs. Prerequisite: AlCO 2000. (3 credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 38473
Sep 14 Sat
0830-1600
5 W ~ S BBY
38472
0830-1600
5 wks BBY
38475
Oct 26 Sat
2wks DTC
39987
1730-2030
Nov29 Fri/
Sat-Sun 0900-1700
familiar with the basic concepts and terminology of computer
systems, and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
AutoCAD and Related Courses
AlCO 1OO0
$545
AUTOCAD 1
The first step in CAD training requires a thorough knowledge of
commands and features of the CAD software. This intensive,
hands-on course prepares the student with the knowledge and
skills necessary for creating a basic 2D drawing. Other areas of
study include editing, view manipulation, text, dimensioning,
hatching and plotting techniques. Prerequisite: Basic drafting
knowledge. (3 credits)
6 wks BBY CRN 33201
Sep 9
Mon/Wed 1845-2200
33199
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY
5 wks BBY
0830-1600
Sep 14 Sat
33194
1 wk
BBY
33205
Sep 16 Mon-Fri 0830-1630
2wks DTC
33195
Sep 20 Fri/
1730-2030
Sat-Sun 0900-1700
1 wk
BBY
33203
Sep 30 Mon-Fri 0830-1630
2wks DTC
1730-2030
Oct 18 Fri/
33197
Sat-Sun 0900-1700
1 wk
BBY
33211
Oct 21 Mon-Fri 0830-1630
5 wks' BBY
0830-1600
33209
Oct 26 Sat
BBY
1 wk
Nov 18 Mon-Fri 0830-1630
33212
$545
AlCO 2020
AUTOCAD CUSTOMIZATION 1
,
AlCO 3020
$545
AUTOCAD PROGRAMMING
introduces the AutoLiSP, Visual LISP, and Visual Basic for
Applications (VBA) programming interfaces that can be used to
customize AutoCAD. includes programming concepts, user
defined commands, and drawing automation. Prerequisite: AICO
2000 (AICO 2020 recommended). (3 credits)
Sep 19 Thr
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64828
AlCO 3045
$720,
6
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ARCHITECTURAL DESKTOP
How to use the features of AutoCAD Architectural Desktop
software in a typical architectural design project. Topics include
conceptual design, modeling, 2D drawing layout, annotations
and design features. Customization techniques and project
management are also discussed. Prerequisite: AICO 2000 or
equivalent. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12wks BBY CRN 64829
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AlCO 4148
$720
SOLIDWORKS 2
Topics include casting design, sheet metal features, design tables
and complex lofting and surfacing. Top-down design techniques,
configurations and envelopesfor assemblies are also covered as
well as the use of alternate views and templates for drawing
creation. Prerequisite: AlCO 4048.(3 credits)
Wed
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 66962
SeD 1 1
AlCO 3050
$360
CAD SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
Covers issues related to the acquisition, implementation and
managementof computer systems for CAD applications.
Hardware acquisitionand upgrades, drawing files management,
data management, software selection, networking, security, and
maintenance will be discussed. This course prepares the individual
to assume significant system management responsibilities in a
CAD office. Prerequisite: AlCO 2000 or equivalent. (1.5credits)
Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6 wks
BBY CRN 39998
AlCO 4021
$720
3D STUDIO VIZ
Introduces computer aided modeling and visualization
techniques. Prepares students t o generate photo realistic images
for architectural and engineering applications. Topics include the
user interface, modeling, materials editing, and AutoCAD linking.
Hands-on practice and step-by-step procedures for creating and
animating 3D scenes. Prerequisite: AlCO 3001 or AlCO 3045 or
2quivalent. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 64830
Sep 19 Thr
604-451-6868Vivian Husbands
604432-8521 Bette Bayley
MECH 1000
$4425
DRAFCING FUNDAMENTALS
Covers techniques required to communicate technical
information in a graphic form. Includes sketching, orthographics,
pictorials, sections, mechanical'connections, auxiliary dKawings
and developments to provide the basics for developing CAD
working drawings. Emphasis will be placed on understanding
rather than draftsmanship. Example drawings will be analyzed.
Recommended as a prerequisiteto CAD graphics courses.
(3 credits)
AlCO 4041
$720
MECHANICAL DESKTOP
Mechanical Desktop is an AutoCAD extension that contains tools
for parametric part modeling, assembly modeling and drawing
documentation. Topics include sketching, part features, design
variables, part documentation, assemblies, and documentation of
assembly designs. Prerequisite: AlCO 2000 or equivalent (AICO
3001 recommended). (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 61487
Sep 12 Thr
Sep 10
BBY CRN 33187
MECH 2350
$425
FLUID POWER 1
'
Provides an understanding of pneumatic control systems. Fluid
power components, their symbols, function and construction are
examined and used in the design, construction and testing of
simple and sequential control systems. Sizing calculations for
system components are covered. (3 credits)
184512145 14 wks BBY CRN 33186
Sep 10 Tue
AutoCAD/GlS Training
MECH 4440
$605
MACHINE DESIGN 2
Continues from MECH 3340.Covers couplings, brakes and
clutches; anti-friction and journal bearings, helical, bevel and
worm gearing, power screws, springs and machine assembly
topics. Introduction to mechanical vibrations with emphasis on
rials handling
ACGS 2000
$540
AUTOCAD MAP 1 .
Covers the basic technical skills required in spatial data collection
and management. AutoCAD Map fundamentals with an
emphasis on CAD issues, the Workflow model, and map spatial
data too
Nov 4
Wed
' 0830-1130
Related AutoCAD Courses
1845-2145 14 wks
MECH 2241
$525
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 2
Introduces Dynamics - the study of bodies in motion. Covers
kinematic and kinetic analysis. Topics include equations of
motion, trajectories, Newton's laws of motion, inertia, work,
energy, power, impulse and momentum. Prerequisite:
MECH 1141.(5.5 credits)
Sep 16 Mon/Wed.1845-2145 1 1 wks BBY CRN 66969
AlCO 4050
$545
VBA PROGRAMMING FOR AUTOCAD
This course is intended for the AutoCAD programmer who wants
to program in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Topics include
,&dvanced dialog box controls, accessing non-graphical collections,
accessing graphical objects, error control, working with blocks and
attributes, interfacing with other applications, and relational
database access. Prerequisite: AlCO 3020.(3 credits)
Mon
1830-2145 1 1 wks BBY CRN 60003
Ser, 9
For courses that utilize the AutoCAD Land Desktop, please refer
$0 the Bachelor of Technology in Ceomatics section of this flyer
on page 12 for descriptionsof the following:
Introduction to AutoCAD Land Desktop
CEOM 7105
CEOM 71 15
Autodesk Survey
Autodesk Civil Design 1
CEOM 7125
Autodesk Civil Design 2
CEOM 7135
Tue
MECH 2240.
$525
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
Covers stress, strain and deflection. Tension, compression, shear,
torsion, deflection and buckling of material under load. Beams,
columns, shafts, thin and thick-walled cylinders, riveted and
welded joints. Prerequisite: MECH 1141.(5.5 credits)
Sep 17 TueRhr 1845-2145 1 1 wks BBY CRN 33189
AlCO 4044
$720
AUTODESK INVENTOR
Covers sketching, part modeling, assemblies and design
documentation. Autodesk Inventor uses adaptive technology to
speed and simplljl the mechanical design process. As a dedicated
3D mechanical computer aided design package it is ideally suited
for conceptual design. Prerequisite: MCAD experience. (3 credits)
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 63186
ACGS 3000
$540
AUTOCAD MAP 2
Explores the advanced issues of AutoCAD map and utilizes
complex tool sets. The emphasis is on CIS definitions, Topology
(spatial relationships), advanced Queries and Property Alteration
and Spatial Analysis. Prerequisite: ACGS 2000. (1.5 credits)
Wed/
1400-1700 2.5 days BBY CRN 60005
Nov 6
Thr-Fri
0830-1700
[email protected]
Other Courses
AlCO 3072
$545
C++ PROGRAMMING 1
Emphasizes the development of computer programs to solve
technical problems in CAD, CIS and related technologies. The
programming language will be C++ with emphasis on objectoriented design. Relevant components of the C++ language will
be introduced along with techniques for solving technical
problems. A visual development tool for Windows programming '
will be used. (3 credits)
"Sjep 17 Tue
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 39990
AlCO 4048
$720
SOLIDWORKS 1
Covers part modeling, detailing and assembly design. SolidWorks
is a feature based parametric solid modeler used for mechanical
/&sign and manufacturing. This course covers the basic functions
needed to use SolidWorks to create parts, assemblies and
production drawings. Prerequisite: MCAD experience. (3 credits)
1830-2145 1 1 wks BBY CRN 63503
Sep9
Mon
Ser, 14 Sat
0900-1600 6 wks
BBY
64831
604-451-6868Vivian Husbands
604-432-8521Bette Bayley
[email protected]
The Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Technologies offers
an Associate Certificate program in Fire Protection Inspection and
Testing. A selection of courses will be presented which can Be
completed through an evening Part-time Studies program. Many
of the courses meet part of the basic academic competencies
required for Certification by The Applied Science Technologists
and Technicians of B.C., (ASTTBC) as a Fire Protection Technician
in appropriate disciplines.
The Associate Certificate program courses are taught at a level
that assumes students have completed Senior Secondary School
English, Math, Science or equivalent.
To qualify for an Associate Certificate the student must complete
a minimum of 23 credits including all mandatory courses, a
minimum of 10 credits from Option Courses and any approved
Option or Elective Courses to attain additional credits.
All courses are subject to change. Additions and deletionsto the
listed courses reflect continuing developments. Students must
have two years of relevant industry experience to be awardecfthe
Associate Certificate.
Mandatory Courses
Credits
OCHS 1461
Fire Protection 1
3.0
MSYS 1070
Building Construction for Mechanical
4.0
MSYS 1075
B.C. Fire Code
Option Courses
BLDG 1820
B.C. Building Code: Part 3
MSYS 1077
Emergency Lighting Systems
1.5
MSYS 2080
Automatic Sprinkler
I
340.
Sep 16
~
Monnhr 1845-2145 12 wks
604-451-6868Vivian Husbands
604-432-8521Bette Bayley
BBY CRN 60951
[email protected]
Please see the following in the Mechanical Systems section:
Associate Certificate in Mechanical Systems
Associate Certificate in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing
Schedule of courses offered this term
-
AlCO 1010
$545
CAM APPLICATIONS - MASTERCAM
Presents the use of CAM software for automatically generating
toolpaths such as 20 contouring, pocketing and drilling
operations. Some programs may be proved out on BCIT's
machine tools. A brief introduction to C-code programming will
be included. (3 credits)
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 33233
Sex, 10 Tue
Plumbing Systems
Credits
Level 1
MSYS 1086
Potable Water Plumbing Design
2.
Level 2
MSYS 1087
Drainage Plumbing Design
2.0
Air conditioning Systems
Level 1
MSYS 2079
HVAC Load Analysis
MSYS 3050
HVAC Control Systems
MSYS 3079
Air Heating Systems
MSYS 4079
Air Handling Systems
Level 2
MSYS 41 79
Computer-Aided HVAC Design
1.5
Elective courses
MSYS 4470 Project Management and MSYS 4486 Energy
Management may be used as electives for all options.
Other approved elective courses may be chosen from a variety 'of
programs including Business Administration, Marketing,
Operations Management or Engineering.
Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Technologiesoffers
Mechanical Systems Associate Certificate programs in the options
of: Heating Systems, Plumbing Systems and Air Conditioning
Systems.
The Associate Certificate program courses are taught at a level
that assumes students have completed senior secondary Math,
Science and English or equivalent.
To qualify for an Associate Certificate the student must complete
a minimum of 21 credits as follows:
All mandatory courses
A minimum of a first level and a second level course in a
given option
Approved elective courses to fulfill credit requirements.
Courses are subject t o change, reflecting the continuing
development of the program.
Mandatory courses
Credits
AlCO 1000
AutoCAD 1
3.0
MECH 1000
Drafting Fundamentals
3.0
MSYS 1070
Building Construction for Mechanical
4.0
MSYS 4090* Practicum
3.0
*MSYS 4090 to be performed upon completion of all
other credits.
Options
Heating Systems
Level 1
3.5
MSYS 2079
HVAC Load Analysis
3.5
MSYS 3079
Air Heating Systems
Level 2
MSYS 31 79
Hydronic Heating Systems
3.5
OCHS 1410
Fire Extinguish
Elective Courses
COM 1 1 03
Introduction t o Business
and Technical Communication
3.0
3.0
MECH 4080
Automatic Sprinkler Design 1
MECH 4082
Automatic Sprinkler Design 2
3.0
OCHS 1462
Fire Protection 2
3.0
We recommend that proposed programs be submitted
to a Part-time Studies program advisor. Please call Program
Advising at 604-434-1
610.
Courses Offered this Term
MSYS 1075
$245
B.C. FIRE CODE
Emphasizes Parts 2, 6 and 7 of the B.C. Fire Code Regulation
1998.Provides an overall view of the fire safety requirements in
and around buildings as well as the inspection, testing and
maintenance requirements for fire protection systems in
buildings. Students must bring the BIC. Fire Code to the first
class. (1.5 credits)
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Sep 12 Thr
1845-2145 6jwks
BBY CRN 38855
MSYS 1077
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$365
EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEMS
Provides an overview of the inspecti 'n and testing requirements
for unit equipment for emergency lijhtinb systems. Students will
work with various types of batteries, {hargers and testers, and
perform applicable electronic calculation$. Students will require a
digital multimeter. Details will be given during,the first class.
Prerequisite: TELC 1 1 39 or general knowledge of basic electricity
and basic electronics. (1.5 credits)
1845-2145 6/wks' BBY CRN 39094
Sep 10 Tue
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Sep9
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1845-2145
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Fall 2002 Part-time Studes
MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL
MSYS 2079
$425
HVAC LOAD ANALYSIS
Establishes analytical backgrounds for calculating heating,
cooling and ventilation loads required in commercial,
institutional and residential buildings. Topics include use of
climatic data, comfort conditions, ASHRAE criteria standards,
and methods of determining heat loss and heat gains.
Computer-aidedtechniques will be demonstrated. (3.5 credits)
1845-2145 14 wks BBY CRN 38822
Sep 11 Wed
MSYS 2080
$425
AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE TESTING
Provides those who operate, test and inspect these systems with
an understanding of components and their operation;
procedures for completing commissioning tests; weekly, monthly,
yearly, and other tests required. Testing of water supplies,
interpreting test results, recommending changes for code
compliance. Prerequisite: Industry experience or departmental
approval. (3 credits)
Mon
0830-1630 5 wks
BBY CRN 36722
Sep 9
MSYS 2084
$425
FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS: INSPECTION AND TESTING
Reviews the components, functions and operational principles of
fire alarm systems. Covers the requirements for the inspection
and testing of fire alarm systems in accordance with applicable
codes, standards and regulations. Completion of inspection and
test reports will be covered. This course will include field trips.
Prerequisite: TELC 11 39 or general knowledge of fire alarm
wiring, basic electricity and basic electronics. (3 credits)
Mon
0830-1630 5 wks
BBY CRN 39954
Oct 21
$365
MSYS 2086
SMOKE CONTROL AND HVAC SYSTEMS
Examines HVAC and smoke control systems with an emphasis on
understanding components and their fundion; Building Code
requirements for smoke control systems; procedures for completing
commissioning tests; testing and inspection requirements of the Fire
Code. Prerequisite: MSYS 2084. (2.5 credits)
Sep 9
Mon
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 36723
MSYS 2088
$425
SPECIAL FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS
Provides an overview of the inspection and testing requirements for
special fire suppression systems such as low, medium and high
expansion foam systems, foam-water, carbon dioxide, dry chemical
and wet chemical extinguishing systems. Examples of applicable
codes will include B.C. and Vancouver Building Codes as well as the
B.C. Fire Code and the Vancouver Fire By-law. (3 credits)
SeD 11 Wed
1845-2145 10 wks BBY CRN 38857
MSvS 3079
$425
AIR HEATING SYSTEMS
Covers theory and applications for basic commercial air heating
and ventilating systems, air handling unit components, ductwork
systems, air terminal devices and electric resistance heating. Heat
energy sources and passive and active solar heating systems.
Outlines system design requirements and procedures. The above
is applied to a design for pre-selected building. Prerequisite:
MSYS 2079.. (3.5 credits)
Seo 12
Thr
1845-214s 14 wks BBY CRN 39956
604-432-8323
604-457-6868 Vivian Husbands
www.mining.bcit.ca
[email protected]
[email protected]
& Yukon Chamb
604-432-8323 or e-mail [email protected]
MINE 1001
$305
PROSPECTING AND EXPLORATION METHODS
Designed for prospectors, hobbyists, members of the mining or
exploration community, and the general public. An introductory
study of geology and minerals as it applies to prospecting and
exploring for mineral deposits. Topics include: identification of
rocks and minerals, prospecting techniques, geological field
methods, staking procedures, mining law, an overview of
common mineral deposit types in B.C. Little or no previous
experience in geology or mining is required. Offered in
partnership with the British Columbia and Yukon Chamber of
Mines, and presenting the material of the H.V. Warren School of
Prospecting. It continues the more than 80-year tradition of the
chamber's prospecting school. (3 credits)
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2100 10 wks BBY CRN 65064
Vivian Husbands
604-451-6868
[email protected]
www.chemsci. bcit.ca
CHSC 1157
1445
BASIC METALLURGY 1
Introducesthe properties, processing and testing of metals.
Topics include grain structures, forming methods, casting and
heat treatment. Hands-on lab sessions include mechanical testing
(tensile, shear, hardness, Charpy Impact), grain structures, and
heat treatment of steels. (3 credits)
1830-2130 12wks BBY CRN 64825
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STACK TESTING FOR POLLUTANTS
If you are an engineer or technologist working with source
testing, or you are involved in auditing and assessing the
validity of source sampling measurements, this 5-day workshop
may interestyou. Methods used by B.C. Ministry of Water, Land
and Air Protection, and Greater Vancouver Regional District for
the measurement of particulate, gaseous and organic emissions
from stationary sources are detailed. Also, the theory of
isokinetic sampling, calibration of stack sampling components,
calculations and report generation, source test audit procedures,
with strong emphasis on field sampling. Interested?
Contact Vivian Husbands at 604-451-6868 or e-mail
[email protected] Workshop i s expected to be
scheduled in late September.
CHSC 7826
$285
LABORATORY QUALITY ASSURANCE
Basic theory and practice of quality assurance in the analytical
lab. Topics: basic descriptive statistics (estimating mean and
population dispersion from small data sets; treatment of outliers),
control charts (their importance, preparation and use; practical
applications of Shewhart and Cusum charts, quality control
samples (types and usage), quality terminology, documentation,
accreditation and registration for I S 0 17025. Ideally suited to
analytical and environmental chemists, analysts, technicians, lab
supervisors, project managers and others responsible for
submitting samples to analytical labs. Prerequisite: A recognized
diploma of technology or degree (must be in an engineering or
science discipline) or mature student with extensive and relevant
work history. (1 credit)
SeD 12
Thr
1830-2130 6wks
6BY CRN 63358
CHSC 7827
$285
THE LABORATORY QUALITY SYSTEM
Designed for analytical and environmentalchemists, analysts,
technicians, quality assurance staff, laboratory supervisors and
managers. Provides a practical understanding of the Laboratory
Quality System and the role it plays in improving data quality and
increasing operational efficiency. Topics: quality system
requirements for I S 0 17025 registrationand laboratory
accreditation, quality policy and objectives, organizational
responsibilities, the quality manual, lab quality control and quality
audit. Emphasis on avoiding common pitfalls and ensuring quality
control effort is focused. A basic knowledge of statistical quality
control is assumed. Prerequisite: CHSC 7826 or departmental
approval from Elaine Woo at 604-432-8393. (1 credit)
1830-21 30 6 wks
BBY CRN 61582
Oct 31 Thr
NDTE 1170
$975
ULTRASONICS LEVEL 1
Combines theory with practice, using a variety of ultrasonic
testing equipment and test samples to cover generation of
ultrasound. Instrumentation, frequency, velocity, wavelength,
attenuation, calibration, reference standards, longitudinal,
transverse and surface waves, reflection, Snell's Law, sensitivity
and resolution are covered. The course meets the Recommended
Training Course Guidelines (Appendix C2) of the Canadian
Government Specifications Board: Standard CAN/CGSB48.9712-95. (3 credits).
BBY CRN 61119
Nov4
Mon-Fri 0800-1700 1 wk
NDTE 2170
$1795
ULTRASONICS LEVEL 2
A review of the theory of ultrasonic testing and its practical
application. Emphasis will be on the operation of the equipment,
application requiring specific testing procedures and the
consideration of variables affecting the inspection and immersion
testing. Meets the requirements of CGSB Standard 48-9712.2000*='
Appendix C2 for classroom training. Prerequisite: NDTE 11 70 or
equivalent, or Ultrasonic Level 1 certification. (6 credits)
Mon-Fri 0800-1 700 2 wks
BBY CRN 67014
Dec 2
NDTE 2177
$975
LIQUID PENETRANT INSPECTION 1 & 2
Provides detailed instruction in the theory and practice of liquid
penetrant inspection including the capabilities and limitations.
Practical lab work reinforces inspection techniques in accordance
with codes and/or standards plus interpretation or indications.
This weeklong workshop meets the Recommended Training
Course Guidelines (Appendix C4) of the Canadian Government
Specifications Board Standard CAN/CGSB-48.9712-95.
(3 credits).
Mon-Fri 0800-1700 1 wk
BBY CRN 39727
Oct 7
NDTE 2178
$975
MAGNETIC PARTICLE INSPECTION 1 8 2
Provides detailed instruction in the theory and practice of
magnetic particle inspection including the capabilities and
limitations. Practical lab work reinforces inspection techniques in
accordance with codes and/or standards plus interpretation or
indications. This weeklong workshop meets the Retommended
Training Course Guidelines (Appendix C3) of the Canadian
Government Specifications Board: Standard CAN/CGSB48.9712-95. (3 credits).
604-451-6868 Vivian Husbands
[email protected]
604-432-8393
www.assay. bcit.ca
Comprehensive assayer training is now available through
Chemical Sciences Technology in a "directed studies" format
(using Internet, fax, phone, CD, mail and labs). It can be taken
by anyone, no matter where they may live or work. The training
was developed to meet the mining industry's growing demands
for skilled and competent assayers in B.C., and with this
advanced training in applied analytical chemistry, it prepares
successful students to become eligible to write the exam for
provincial certification given by the B.C. Ministry of Energy
and Mines.
The complete training involves approximately two years of
"tutored" correspondence courses and lab practicum. Lab
practicum are considered an essential component of this training
in order to gain maximum benefit from the courses, and to help
develop speed and accuracy in analytical work. Enrolment in
each course is limited to 12 students. Note: You can opt to take
only part of the tTaining program, for the purpose of job
upgrading, information or as a "refresher."
Assayer Certification Training covers:
introduction to assaying.
Fire assaying, mineral identification and introduction
to geology.
Classical wet assaying and qualitative analysis.
Acid rock drainage.
Selectivity and specificity of analytical procedures.
Analytical instrumentation - theory and practical.
Sampling theory and methods.
Statistical analysis.
Laboratory safety.
Laboratory quality assurance and quality control.
Reference standards.
604-451-6868
Vivian Husbands
www.mechanical.bcit.ca/pts/ndte.shtml
[email protected]
ndt.nrcan.gc.ca - CGSB Web site for information about
government certification requiynents.
NDTE 1169
$975
RADIOGRAPHY LEVEL 1
Covers the general principles of radiography: nature of
penetrating radiation and its interaction with radiation and
matter; radiation sources; detection and measurement of
radiation; safety and darkroom procedures. Students learn the
proper selection of a radiation source for a given application, film
type, screens, etc., and should be able to perform radiographic
examinations according to prescribed techniques. The course
meets the Recommended Training Course Guidelines (Appendix
C1) of the Canadian Government Specifications Board Standard
CAN/CGSB 48.9712-95. (3 credits)
Nov 18 Mon-Fri 0800-1 700 1 wk
BBY CRN 37494
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A selection of courses will be presented which can be completed
through an evening study program and which will lead to an
Associate Certificate in Plastics Technology.
The courses are aimed at:
upgrading existing plastics processing machine operators who
have the general prerequisites
people with no previous plastics experience but who are
interested in obtaining employment in the plastics industry
existing plastics industry employees who are not production
operators but wish to improve their knowledge. These
employees may be involved in quality assurance, scheduling,
engineering, planning, purchasing, sales, etc.
The Associate Certificate program courses are taught a t a level
that assumes students have completed secondary school Math, ,+Science and English or equivalent.
The program consists of three sections: Mandatory courses,
mandatory option courses, and elective courses as outlined
below. To be presented with an Associate Certificate, the student
must complete all the mandatory courses, a minimum of one
group of mandatory option courses and such elective courses t o
achieve a total of 20 credits.
Mandatory courses:
Credits
PLAS 1001
Introduction/PlasticsIndustry
1.o
PLAS 1002
Properties of Materials
1 .o
PLAS 1003
Polymer Rheology
1 .o
PLAS 1004
Materials Laboratory
1.o
PLAS 101 1
Health/Safety/Environmental
1 .o
PLAS 1016
Overview of Plastics Processes
1 .o
PLAS 1070
Plastics SPC 1
1.o
PLAS 1071
Plastics SPC 2
1.o
PLAS 1072
Plastics SPC 3
1.o
PLAS 1091
Industry Practicum (36 hours)
3.0
( P U S 1091 to be performed after completion of all other credits
required for the Associate Certificate).
Mandatory Options
At least one group of the following must be taken. More than
one group can be taken to complete the certificate requirements
or other courses from an Elective Group can be used if approved *\
by the Plastics Technology Department.
Credits
4.0
Group 1 Injection Molding (4 courses)
Group 2. Extrusion Process (4 courses)
4.0
Group 3 Composites (3 courses)
3.0
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Group 4 Rotational and Compression Molding,
Thermoforming and Fabrication (4 courses)
2.0
Group 5 Blow Molding (4 courses)
4.0
Elective Courses
Approved courses may be chosen from a variety of programs
including: Business Administration, Marketing, Operations
Management or Engineering.
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Courses Offered this Term
PLAS 1001
$185
INTRODUCTION PLASTICS INDUSTRY
Presents an overview of the plastics industry with topics that
include: general consumption of plastics, Canadian plastics
industry, local plastics industry, and markets for plastics. Also Kow
plastics are classified and the various types of thermoplastics and
thermosetting plastics materials are discussed. Prerequisite: Grade
10 Math and Science. (1 credit)
Sew 9
Mon
1845-2145 4 wks
BBY CRN 36022
PLAS 1002
$185
PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
Covers the significant physical and mechanical properties of
plastics, tests used to determine properties and how these are
applied. Discusses the various forms and ingredients of plastics
materials, as well as, an introduction to basic polymer chemistry
covering polymer structure, bonding and polymerization.
Prerequisite: PLAS 1001. (1 credit)
16 Wed
1845-2145 4 wks
BBY CRN 36023
PLAS 1003
$185
POLYMER RHEOLOGY
Covers the basic principles of polymer chemistry, molecular
bonding, molecular weight, molecular weight distribution and the
basic types of polymerization and compares the effect on the
properties of plastics. The course also describes the principles of
flow in plastics and its importance in the processing of materials
and the design of dies, tooling and molds. Prerequisite: P U S 1002.
(1 credit)
Nov 18 Mon
1845-2145 4 wks
BBY CRN 35987
PLAS 1020
$185
INJECTION MOLDING PROCESS
Covers the basic elements of the Injection Molding Process
including the molding cycle, plasticatingsystems, clamping
units, backpressure and a general description of the mold
elements. The reciprocatingscrew system is discussed along with
a description of how polymer melting occurs. The course also
"covers machine specifications and their meaning. Prerequisite:
PLAS 1002 or permission of the instructor for those students in
the Injection Molding Industry or those with sufficient previous
experience. (1 'credit)
Sew 10 Tue
1845-2145 4 wks
BBY CRN 37198
I S P L A S 1021
$185
INJECTION MOLDING EQUIPMENT
Determinationof required clamp force, clamp losses, rules ofs
thumb and mold area are covered. Injection capacity, injection
molding force, mold capacity and shot size are reviewed.
Discussions include spiral test molds, screws for injection
molding, material handling and start-up parameters of an
injection molding machine. Prerequisite: PLAS 1020. (1 credit)
BBY CRN 37199
Oct 15 Tue
1845-2145 4wks
P W S 1022
$185
INJECTIONMOLDING: MOLD DESIGN
Introduction
type of mate
molded parts. Principles of part design and selection of mold
materials are discussed along with potential product flaws and
mold remedies. Prerequisite: PLAS 1021. (1 credit)
Nov 19
Tue
1845-2145
4wkS
BBY CRN 35988
P W 1040
$185
FRP COMPOSITES: MATERIALS
Introductory course covering use of thermosetting resin in fiber
reinforced plastics parts. Differences in various resins, the purpose
of promoters, accelerators and catalysts are covered. Use of
additives, air sealing coating, fillers and colorants are explained
along with various types of reinforcing materials. General
handling, storage and component hazards are reviewed.
-SPrerequisite: PLAS 1002. (1 credit)
Nov 20
Wed
1845-2145
4 wks
BBY CRN 35990
604-432-8308
[email protected]
www.petrotech.bcit.ca
There are no part-time courses scheduled at this time. To be put
on our contact list, phone Vivian Husbands at 604-451-6868 or
e-mail [email protected]
604-451-6868 Vivian Husbands
[email protected]
604-432-8521 Bette Bayley
ROBT 0010
$325
INTRODUTION TO INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
Presents an introductory course investigatingautomation systems
found in modern manufacturingfacilities. Basic operations,
programming and applications of robotic workcells will be
analyzed. Interfacing and programming of Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLCs) will be studied. Hands-on instruction will be
given on BCIT's robotics systems and PLCs.
0900-1300 5 wks
BBY CRN 33193
Sep 14 Sat
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prerequisites for
each course in which
you register.
604-432-8365 Alex Rosenthal
604-451-6868 Vivian Husbands
604-432-8521 Bette Bayley
Technology Teacher Education course offerings are designed
primarily for students enrolled in the BCIT/UBC joint program
and those teaching in the K-12 public school system. Students
not meeting the above criteria must seek program head approval
a t 604-432-8365 before registering. Courses are [email protected]
tailored to provide technology education teachers with the
necessary skills to introduce their students to new or different
technological practices.
I T E D 2037
$925
PRODUCTION WOOD BENDING TECHNIQUES
Introduces wood bending techniques and forming methods,
along with the skills involved in creating the forms to bend and
the veneering techniques required to give wood furnityre a
professional look. This course allows a craftsperson to use
vacuum forming, hot pipe bending, steam bending and laminate
bending techniques. (8 credits)
SeD 7
Sat
0830-1600 14wks BBY CRN 66966
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604-432-8885
[email protected]
604-451-6868 Vivian Husbands
[email protected]
WOOD 1030
$390
ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS
For those directly or indirectly involved in the production of
wood products. Learn various aspects of plywood, veneer-based
products and engineered wood products which are emerging as
the future of the forest products industry: plywood, laminated
veneer lumber (LVL), particleboard, medium density fiberboard
(MDF) and oriented strandboard (OSB). Also, discussions held on
products, manufacturingprocesses, properties and end uses. One
session will be devoted to the processing of pulp chips from
sawmill waste materials. One of three courses on the production
of lumber. A statement of completion is issued to candidates who
successfully complete the courses (WOOD 1010/1020/ 1030)
with a minimum 70% in each.
Sep 10 Tue
1845-2145 8wks
BBY CRN 36289
WOOD 1060
$585
WOOD SCIENCE
Covers the structure and properties of wood, including: wood
micro-and ultra-structure, moisture in wood, material density,
electrical and mechanical properties. To complement these
topics, lab sessions on wood density, moisture relations and
mechanical properties will be held. Prerequisite: Senior secondary
school Science and Math.
Sep 16 Mon
1845-2145 12 wks BBY CRN 60009
604-432-8521
[email protected]
Upon successful completion of the following five courses, a BCIT
Statement of Completion in Refrigeration Systems will be issued.
HVAC 0102
Basic Refrigeration Systems 1
HVAC 0104
Basic Refrigeration Systems 2
HVAC 0106
Basic Refrigeration Systems 3
HVAC 0110
Advanced Refrigeration Systems 1
HVAC 0112
Advanced Refrigeration Systems 2
HVAC 0100
$605
REFRIGERATIONCQ REFRESHER
Prepares trades persons for the examination for the Refrigeration
Mechanic Certificate of Qualificationwith an Inter-Provincial (red
seal) endorsement and refreshes theoretical knowledge of the
trade. Topics include: refrigerationtheory; reciprocating
compressors; condensers; evaporators flow control devices and
accessories. Prerequisite: Contact local ITAC office for eligibility to
write C of Q exam.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1900-2200 11 wks BBY CRN 32746
W A C 0102
$470
BASIC REFRIGERATIONSYSTEMS 1
Covers fundamentals of the refrigerationcycle and identification,
operation and function of basic system components, use and
application of refrigerant types, proper use of refrigerant
recovery/recycling equipment, and proper charging and system
evacuation to meet industry requirements and existing provincial
regulations. Prerequisite: HVAC 0145 or equivalent, prior or
during HVAC 0102 Steel-toed safety boots required.
BBY CRN 32747
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1900-2200 8 wks
HVAC 0104
$470
BASIC REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS 2
Topics include basic electrical theory, alternating current
fundamentals, single-phase motor theory, practical exercises in
interpreting elementary electrical diagrams, demonstrations on
use of electrical test instruments, electrical diagrams on computer
simulators and hands-on shop projects. Prerequisite: Steel-toed
safety boots required. HVAC 0102 and HVAC 0145 or equivalent.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1900-2200 8 wks
BBY CRN 32748
HVAC 0106
$470
BASIC REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS 3
This is the third in a five-part program covering heating, ventilation
and air conditioning systems. This module covers: types of
systems, the psychometric chart for studying air properties, proper
HVAC installation procedures, troubleshooting, and tune-ups.
Preventive maintenance is discussed and basic troubleshooting
skills are performed on computer simulatordwindowair
conditioning units in shop. Prerequisite: Steel-toed safety boots
required. WAC 0102/0104 and WAC 0145 or equivalent.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1900-2200 8 wks
BBY CRN 66871
Register online and save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
HVAC 0110
$220
ADVANCED REFRIGERATIONSYSTEMS 1
This is the fourth in a five-part series of heating, ventilation and
air conditioning systems courses. This rnodule covers'in-depth
the operating sequences of residential and light commercial heat
pump systems. Topics include: appli
sequences and mechanical/electricaI
Prerequisite: Steel-toed safety boots
0104/0106 and HVAC 0145 or equi
Nov23
Sat
0830-1630
3wks
BBY CRN 3
HVAC 0145
CFC EMISSIONS 1N REFRIGERATION
Teaches environmental awareness on ozone depleting
substances. Covers environmentally correct equipment design
and proper handling of ozone depleting substances. Upon
successful completion, participants receive an HRAI/En '
Canada/B.C. Environment Certificate in CFC/HCFC/HF
and a certificate number for refrigerant handling as 'req
under current B.C. regulations.
Sep 14
Oct 12
Nov23
Sat
Sat
Sat
0830-1630
0830-1630
0830-1630
1 day
1 day
1 dav
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BBY CRN 30009
BBY
36660
BBY
37111
604-451-6868
[email protected]
604-432-8521
[email protected]
MACH 0101
$550
MACHINIST CQ REFRESHER
Prepares tradespersons for the examination for the Machinist
Certificate of Qualificationwith an Inter Provincial IP (red seal)
endorsement, and refreshes theoretical knowledge of the trade.
Topics include: safety; use of hand tools; blueprint reading;
grinders; lathes; milling machines; vertical and horizontal boring
mills; planers and dotters; drill presses; and cutoff and contour
saws. Prerequisite: Contact local ITAC office for exam el
Minimum of six years experience in the trade. Text: Tec
of Machine Tools by Krar (text and workbook).
Sep28
Sat
0800-1400
10Wks
BBY CRN 63890
MACH 0105
9495
LATHE OPERATOR
Provides a basic understanding and practical experience of engine
lathe operations. Prerequisite: Safety glasses and steel-toed boots
required. Text: Trac Mach/Mill Occ Line G (MN 0140).
Sep 17
Tue/Thr
1830-2130
6 wks
BBY CRN 32731
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MACH 0110
$495
MILLING MACHINE OPERATOR
Provides a basic understanding and practical experience of
milling machine operations. Training is hands-on nd theoretical
work is kept to a minimum. Prerequisite: Safety glasse
teel-
toed boots required.
Nov5
Tue/Thr 1830-2130
6 wks
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BBY CRN 32732
MACH 0115
LATHE AND MILLING OPERATIONS
105 and MACH 0110. More
uat
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projects. Competency Learning is used and care is
ensure that selected projects are
Prerequisite: MACH 0105 and M
steel-toed safety-boots required;_
9495
Sep 23 MonlWed 1900-2200 6 wks
BBY CRN 63711
MACH 0116
$285
BLUEPRINT READING FOR MACHINISTS
Practical blueprint reading for the mechmical trades. Text:
InterpretingEngineering Drawings by Jensen.
Nov 26 Tue/Thr 1900-2200 3 wks
BBY CRN 38796
MACH 0125
$545
INTRODUCTION TO CNC
Introduces the concepts of computer numerical control (CNC)
using Haas simulators. Intended for those with little or no CNC
experience. Prerequisite: Steel-toed boots and safety glasses
required and basic computer knowledge.
0800-1400 8wks
BBY CRN 32735
Oct 12 Sat
MACH 1130
$850
CNC OPERATOR LEVEL 1
Focuses on identification of conventional and CNC
ma;hin&:
Terminology, axis of motion, and coding. Study
coordinate system of CNC machines, CNC operation, and
maintenance, tooling of CNC machines. Basic programming skill
for turning center and machine cen er, as well as canned cycles.
Prerequisite: three,yeari of machine shop experience and
department review. Upon successfu completion, a BClT
Statement of Completion in CNC Operator Level 1 will be issued.
Textbook required: Computer Numerical Control Programming,
Peter J.Amic, 1997. (5 credits)
I
Sen 9
Mon-Thr 1800-2200 5 wks
BBY CRN 66904
I
I
MACH 1131
$685
cNC OPERATOR LEJEL
Focuses on the operadon of the CNC turning
cenier ahd CNC milling center.
a hands-on approach;
students will expand on skills acquirFd in Level 1. Students will
study setting up machines, basic togling and fixtures, manual
Foe+ 01
three years of
Computer Numerical Control Progrdmmjng, Peter 1. Amic, 1997.
(5 credits) .
Oct 21 Mon-Thr 1800-2200
I ;
4 wks
BBY CRN 66905
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
MACH 1132
$685
CNC OPERATOR LEVEL 3
Focuses on advanced G-code programming
incl;ding\produttion
milling and turning. Study manufacturing
process design, job estimate and cost analyses, Canned cycles and
macro programming, production fixturing design and prototyping
tooling design, Coordinate Measuring Machine technology
[CMM]. Practical projects on CNC lathe and milling machine.
Introduce multiaxis machining and Computer Aided Machining
[CAM] software. Prerequisites: MACH 1130 and MACH 1131 plus
3 years of machine shop experience and department review. Upon
successful completion, a BClT Statement of Completion in CNC
Operator Level 3 will be issued. Textbook required: Computer
Numerical Control Programming, Peter I. Amic, 1997. (5 credits)
BBY CRN 66906
Nov 25 Mon-Thr 1800-2200 4 wks
MACH 3100
$720
MASTERCAM FOR MACHINISTS 1
Focuses on the creation of 2D geometry for preparing of
machining operations featured in Mastercam version 8.1. The
course explores the techniques and methods that can be used to
design 2D drawing. TEXT: Mastercam V8.0 Mill Training Tutorials.
(5 credits)
BBY CRN 61496
Sep 9
Mon-Thr 1800-2200 4 wks
MACH 3102
$720
MASTERCAM FOR MACHINISTS 2
Focuses on the creation of 2D tool paths using Mastercam
version 8.1. The 2D tool paths include drilling, contour, pocket,
threading, etc. in milling and turning operations. The course
explores the technique and methods that can be used to
generate NC program for 2D drawing. The course also
introduces post processor in Mastercam. Prerequisite: MACH
3100. Text: Mqstercam V8.0 Mill Training Tutorials. (5 credits)
Oct 14 Mon-Thr 1800-2200 4 wks
BBY CRN 61499
MACH 3103
$720
MASTERCAM FOR MACHINISTS 3
Focuses on the creation of 30 surface and 3D tool paths using
Mastercam version 8.1. Topics include: creation of complex
geometry, surface and surface models. Prerequisite: MACH 3102.
Text: Mastercam V8.0 Mill Training Tutorials. (5 credits)
Nov 18 Mon-Thr 1800-2200 4 wks
BBY CRN 61501
604451-6868
[email protected]
604432-8521
[email protected]
MILL 0101
$735
MILLWRIGHT CQ REFRESHER
Intended to assist tradespersons in refreshing their theoretical
knowledge of the millwright trade prior to writing the Millwright
Certificate of Qualificatianwith an Inter-Provincial IP (red seal)
endorsement. Topics include: exam for general fitting practices;
hydraulics; pneumatics and lubrication; material handling; machine
components and machine installation. Prerequisite: Contact local
ITAC office for eligibility to write the C of Q exam. Minimum six
years experience in the trade. Text: "Millwright Manual of
Instruction" and scientific calculator required first session.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 12 wks BBY CRN 61495
MILL 0111
$545
SHAFT ALCGNMENT
Teaches how'to effectively align rotating equipment. The course
covers the basic theory and geometry of shaft alignment as well
as the methods and formulas used in industry today. The course
follows "stepping up" method from the basic to the more
complex and prgcise. The students will perform the prosedures
learned on actual machine units. Prerequisite: Steel-toed safety
boots required. Text: "IPT" Power Transmission Systems,
Nov 19 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 4 wks
BBY CRN 60109
& Sat
0830-1430
MILL 0115
$545
INTRODUCTION TO VIBRATION ANALYSIS
AND BALANCING
Explains and identifies vibration measurement and analysis
principles and practices Interpretationof many types of vibration
spectra are demonstrated and explained. Types of unbalance, single
and two plane balancing and balancing machines are explained
and demonstrated. Fifteen hours of shop and hands-on activity are
included in this course. Prerequisite: Steel toed boots required.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 63255
604-451-6868
[email protected]
604-432-8521
[email protected]
POWR 0107
$135
BOILER SAFETY AWARENESS
Raises safety awareness of individuals who are required to watch
over boilers during times when operating personal are not in
attendance. This allows individuals to initiate safety shut down
procedures on the equipment named on the safety awareness
certificate. This course prepares candidates to write the Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Safety examination for certification.
BBY CRN 63254
Oct 8
Tuenhr 1830-2130 1 wk
POWR 0108
$200
REFRIGERATION SAFETY AWARENESS
Provincial regulations governing refrigeration plants and building
air conditioning systems, not exceeding lOOOkW name plate
rating, require maintenance personnel, security staff and any
other person overseeing the refrigeration plant or chiller to
acquire a RSA certificate. This course prepares candidates to write
the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety examination for certification.
BBY CRN 38577
Oct 15 TuelThr 1830-2130 3 wks
.
POWR 0109
$1,220
REFRIGERATION OPERATOR
(5TH CLASS REFRIGERATION ENDORSEMENT)
Supplements one's practical qualifying experience as described in
the B.C. Power Engineers and Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety
Act. Provides essential knowledge of safety, legislation,
refrigeration principles, systems, equipment and operation,
applied electricity, maintenance and problem solving.
Participants must make their own arrangements with the Boiler
and Pressure Vessel Branch to write Government Exam.
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 20 wks BBY CRN 61731
TRANSPORTATION
*4/
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,
604-432-8459
[email protected]
For more information on the degree, please see
TechnoAajyf!yer section.
AWA 0104
$789
HOW TO RECOVTUZ
AN AIRCR+W
(POLY FIBRE SYSTEM)
Through instructor- led classroom and workshop activities, the
student will learn how to conduct fabric testing, standard rib
lacing and stitching, applying fabric to structure, poly system to
fabric, finished coats, and heat tension to the fabric. This course
will appeal to people who are restoring fabric- covered aircraft..
Nov
Sat
0800-1500 7 wks
ATC CRN 67184
AVlA 0122
$385
AIR REGULATIONS FOR MECHANICS
Provides an in-depth review of the Canadian Aviation Regulations
(CARS)that apply to the maintenance of aeronautical products
and air-worthiness of aircraft. Find out about the regulatory
organization and how it affects you. Those studying for the
Transport Canada examinations relating to aircraft maintenance,
rentices, aircraft owners, A.M.E.'s, aircraft maintenance
ks
The following part-time courses are scheduled this fall at BCIT's
Aerospace and Technology Campus located at 5301 Airport
Road South, Richmond, B.C. For information, contact Laurie.
Watkins at: 604-419-3704, Fax: 604-278-5363 or e-mail:
[email protected]
AVlA 0102
1139
NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING PROCEDURES
Presents basic understandingof all five methods of nondestructive testing: Liquid Penetrant, Magnetic Particle, Eddy
Current, Ultrasonic, Radiography. This course provides student
with the ability to determine what type of test is required and
what type of materials can be tested. Instructor is CGSB certified.
Nov23 Sat
0800-1500 4 wks
ATC CRN 47185
AVlA 0103
$385
INTRO TO AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
Provides an in-depth look at control tower operations, approach,
and en-route control. You will trace the roots of air traffic control,
look a t present day technology and the future forecasts. Whether
you have an interest in possibly becoming an air traffic controller,
or you just wish to improve your understanding of this
interesting field of aviation, this course would prove invaluable.
Nov 16 Sat
.0800-1500 4 wks
ATC CRN 67169
ATC CRN 64951
AVlA 0168
$385
BASIC SHEET METAL FOR AIRCRAFT
Combines theoretical and practical components to teach the
fundamentals of aircraft sheet metal repair a t an introductory
level. Introduces aircraft structures, structural materials, layout
and forming techniques, bend allowances, hand tools, fasteners,
and rivets. Hands-on instruction for the proper use of equipment,
techniques, and safe practices is provided.
Sep 28
Oct26
Satbun
SatISun
0800-1500
0800-1500
2 wks
2 wks
ATC CRN 63225
ATC
64965
AVlA 0169
$385
ADVANCED SHEET METAL FOR AIRCRAFT
Continues from Basic Sheet Metal for Aircraft. Emphasizes
increased shop time and more complex practical tasks.
Prerequisite: AVlA 0168.
Nov 30 Sat/Sun
0800-1500 2 wks
ATC CRN 64479
AVlA 0182
$539
PRACTICAL APPROACH TO HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE
Presents a theoretical and practical hands-on introductionto
helicopter lift, directional control,, and basic maintenance. Labs
include general inspection techniques, gas turbine engine,
inspection transmission inspection, and rotor blade balancing in
the hangar. This course is designed to suit a novice interested in
helicopters, a person on the full-time program waiting list,
support staff in the business of helicopters, or the pilot who
wants a introduction to inspection and basic shop practices.
Oct29
AVlA 0241
$385
INTRODUCTION TO JET ENGINES
Presents a theoretical understandingof the gas turbine engine in
technical language understood by all students. In-depth
knowledge of engine development, operating principles,
classification, and terminology is gained through this course. Any
individual who wishes to know how a gas turbine engine works
will find this course rewarding.
Dec 7
Sat/Sun 0800-1500 2wks
ATC CRN 64953
AVlA 0277
%4%
EXPERIENCE THE-THRILL - AVIATION
Provides an opportunity to explore four areas of aviation through
instructor- led classroom and workshop activities. Structures
metal layout, cutting bend allowance, and fastening. Mechanics
- basic maintenance requirements of fixed and rotary wing
aircraft including propeller installation. Avionics - demonstration
of ramp testing and bench operations, learn to operate CPS. Pilot
Lessons - receive 30 minute flying lesson, and you are the pilot!
0800-1500 4wks
ATC CRN 67170
Sep 21 Sat
-
AVlA 0276
$496
BASIC MAINTENANCE FOR PILOTS/OWNERS OF AIRCRAFT
Facilitates ownerlpilot basic maintenance following specific tasks
authorized by Transport Canada. Through instructor-led
classroom and workshop activities, covers various maintenance
applications from basic inspection to installation of spark plugs,
batteries, are parts of communications equipment that are line
replaceable. Also covers checking cylinder compression and
changing fuel, oil, and air filters.
Nov9
Sat
0800-1500
4 wks
ATC CRN 67182
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Tue/Thr 7wks
ATC CRN 64949
Tue/Thr (Oct 29,31,Nov 5,7,12,14,19,21):
1900-2200
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Marine training offers a variety of full-time, part-time, and
customized programs in the following:
Electronic Navigation
Marine Engineering
Maritime Logistics and Port Operations
Nautical
Safety and Seamanship
For information on customized courses please call the associate
dean a t 604453-4122. The following part-time courses are
scheduled this fall at BCIT's Pacific Marine Training Campus,
located at 265 West Esplanade, North Vancouver, B.C.
Fax: 604-985-2862.
604-45341 11
Nobeltec, a large manufacturer of electronic chart suites, and
BClT have entered into a partnership to offer a selection of
courses conducted in th'e computer lab. Throughout the courses
students will work on west coast bitmap and vector charts. Clasr
size is restricted to allow each student to operate on a separate
workstation. Upon completion, st
or ENAV 0500 qualify for a 25% d
their next purchase
of any Nobeltec suite.
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ENAV 0460
$120
INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL
NAVIGATION SUITE
Participants get an overview of all the features
available within the Nobeltec's Visual Navigation Suite Version
6.5 and Nobeltec Admiral.
Sep 9
MonANed 1800-2100 2 days
PMT CRN 66841
Nov 18 MonANed 1800-2100 2 days
PMT
66842
ENAV 0500
$225
ADVANCED FEATURES
IN VISUAL NAVIGATION SUITE
Practice planning voyages including uploading anc
downloading waypoints, tide predictions, and fuel cpnsumption.
Course also covers trouble shooting installation, configuring
ts-ports, and Crash recovery. Prerequisite: Experience with the
NavigationSuites or completion of ENAV 0400.
Oct 21 Mon/Wed 1800-2100 3 days
PMT CRN 66843
Sat
0900-1600
Dec 9
Mon/Wed 1800-2100 3 days
PMT
66844
Sat
0900-1600
ENAV 0600
$120
INTRODUCTION TO BLIND PILOTAGE
, Introduces participants to simulator instrumentatior
as well as electronic navigation aids such as radar and CPS. Class
size is limi
participa
Sep 16
1800-21
Nov 25
1800-21
ENAV 0700
$290
PRACliCAL USE OF RADAR
Enables the student to assume duties of radar operator on a smal
vessel, navigate a vessel, and take collision avoidance action.
Lectures and demonstrations are enhanced with exercises
performed on a radar simulator.
Sep 23 Monwed 1800-2100 2 wks
PMT CRN 66860
Sat
0900-1600
PMT
66861
Dec 2
Mon/Wed 1800-2100 2 wks
S.at
0900-1600
ENAV 0800
$120
VIRTUAL NAVIGATION
Steer various vessels from 60' to 1000' in different
scenarios. The course is conducted in PMTC's new state-of-theart visual simulator offering 170" field of view. The equipment
comprises autopilot, two radars, DCPS, electronic chart, and a
virtual binocular that allows 360"view. Prerequisite: ENAV 0600
or ENAV 0700.
PMT CRN 66863
Oct'8
Tue
1800-2100 1 day
Oct 10 Thr
1800-2100 1 day
PMT
66866
66869
PMT
Dec 17 Tue
1800-2100 1 day
PMT
66872
Dec 19 Thr
1800-2100 1 day
ENAV 2500
$1205
VISUAL BRIDGE TEAM TRAINING
Covers all aspects of Bridge Resource Management
and is conducted in PMTC's state-of-the-art visual bridge
simulator. Prerequisite: Certificate of Competency.
Sep 30 Mon-Fri 0830-1600 1 wk * PMT CRN 66873
Oct 28 Mon-Fri 0830-1600 1 wk
PMT
66314
Dec 16 Mon-Fri 0830-1600 1 wk
PMT
66874
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8
604-453-4111
MLPO 1011
$3380
MARITIME VESSEL OPERATIONS
Introduces various ship types, explains their functions and.
identifies ship parts. It will include ship bridge and engine room
systems, basic ship stability and shipboard organization and
operations.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 5 wks
PMT CRN 66876
Sat (Sep 21, Oct 5) 0900-1600
MLPO 1041
$380
OCEAN FREIGHT CARGOES
Introduces principal ocean cargoes and their properties, and
identifies their major exporting and importing countries and
regions. Ship stowage, carriage and regulatory requirements
are also covered.
Nov 5
Tue/Thr 1800-2100 5 wks
PMT CRN 66877
Sat (Nov 9 & 23)
0900-1600
60445341 11
NAUT 0475
$520
MASTER LIMITED, 6OGRT, AREA 1
Prepares participants for Transport Canada examinations (040
and 061 oral exams) leading to the Master Limited certificate
which qualifies the holder to operate a small passenger vessel up
to 60 CRT within Area 1 waters. Course also covers material for
candidates preparing for First Mate Limited Coastal certificate.
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 5 wks
PMT CRN 60164
Sat
0900-1600
The Motive Power Division offers a variety of full-time, parttime, and customized training programs in the following trades:
Auto Collision Repair
Auto Refinishing
Automotive Electronics
Automotive Service Technician
Commercial Transport
Diesel Electronics
Diesel Mechanic
Mechanic
Heavy Duty Mechanic
Marine Mechanic
8 Mobile Equiment Operator
Motorcycle Mechanic
Power Equipment Techniciant
The following part-time courses are scheduled this fall at BCIT's
Burnaby Campus, located at 3700 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby,
B.C. Fax 604-439-0426.
AUTO 0131
$365
PROPANE FUEL SYSTEMS FOR VEHICLES
Provides the theoretical instruction required tQwrit
Gas Safety Branch Licensing examination. Practical
includes identificationand inspection of converted
order to perform motor vehicle inspections and installation
certification. Prerequisite: Minimum third year apprentice or B.C.
TQ in Automotive, Commercial Transport, or Heavy Duty
Mechanic. Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 16
Mon/Wed 1830-2130
4 wks
Oct 28
Mon/Wed 1830-2130
4 wks
AUTO 0141
$590
AIRCARE PRACTICAL (RECERTIFICATION)
Updates certified technicians in the diagnosis and repair of
emission control system failures. Mandatory for AirCare
technicians who have failed the AirCare recertificationexam.
AirCare administered recertificationexamination ' '
Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in Automotive, Commercia
Heavy Duty Mechanic with three years automoti
Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 10
Nov5
Tue/Thr
Tue/Thr
1830-2130
1830-2130
7 wks
7 wks
AUTO 0115
8455
AUTOMOTIVE FRONT END ALIGNMENT
Upgrades automotive technicians in suspension and alignment
work. The course takes you through basic angles to the latest
front- and rear-wheel alignment techniques. Students will learn
to diagnose/service suspension and steering systems, as well as
perform front- and rear-wheel alignments. Safety glasses and
steel-toed footwear required.
Oct 28 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 66929
AUTO 0128
$140
DIESEL FUEL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 1
Introduces automotive and light duty truck diesel fuel and
electrical systems. Covers: safety precautions; diesel fuel
properties; fuel system cleaning; theory of operation; typical fuel
injection system components; smoke, rough idle and MPC
diagnosis; glow plug, electrical, and emission control systems; fuel
filtration; and transmission controls. Coverage includes vehicles,
built from 1978-1993, using mechanical type fuel injection
systems. Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 30
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 2 wks
BBY CRN 64799
BBY CRN 32720
BBY
66937
AUTO 0145
$124
C K EMISSIONS IN AUTOMOTWE
Teaches environmental awareness on ozone depleting
substances. Deals with environmentaliy correct equipment design
and proper handling of ozone depleting substances. Leads to an
HRAI/EnvironmentCanada/B.C. Environment Certificate in
CFC/HCFC/HFC Controls and a certificate number for refrigerant
handling as required under current B.C. regulations. Required for
technicians who service automot've air condition1
ems or
1
1 day
AUTO 0147
AUTO 0107
$112
134A RETROFIT REGULATIONS
Upgrades technicians, service advisors, and shop administrators in
the procedures and regulations of air conditioning 134a retrofit.
This theory awareness course provides current information on the
impact of the Ozone Depleting Substances and Other
Halocarbons Regulation on customer vehicles. Successful
participants will receive Air Conditioning Retrofit certification.
SeD25
Wed
1800-2200 1 day
BBY CRN 38567
AUTO 0110
$350
AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SERVICING
Upgrades mechanics in brake servicing. Covers inspection and
repair of disc/drum brake assemblies. Prerequisite: Mechanical
experience. Steel-toed footwear and safety glasses required.
SeD 16
MonANed 1830-2130 5 wks
BBY CRN - 66928
BBY CRN 61629
AUTO 0140
$540
AIRCARE THEORY AND OPERATIONS
Prepares certified technicians, who have not previously been
AirCare certified, to write the AirCare Repair Service Tech
examination. The AirCare certification examination is
administered on the last night. Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in
mercial Transport, or Heavy Duty Mechanic
utomotive experience.
Sep 10 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 7 wks
BBY CRN 36203
perform 134A
0900-1700
Sep21
Sat retrofits.
AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICAL REPAIR REFRESHER
Refreshes theoretical knowledge of the trade in preparationfor
the Certificate of Qualificationexamination. Prerequisite:
Experience in the automotive trade.
Sep 16 Monmed 1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 32709
BBY CRN 61628
AUTO 0134
$365
NATURAL GAS FUEL SYSTEMS FOR VEHICLES
Provides the theoretical instruction required to write the Provincial
Cas Safety Branch Licensing examination. Practicaltraining
includes identificationand inspection of converted vehicles
order to perform motor vehicle inspections and installation
certification. Prerequisite: Minimum third year apprentice or B.C.
'
TQ in Automotive, Commercial Transport, or Heavy Duty
Mechanic. Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
NovS
Tue/Thr
1
BBY CRN 32717
$80
1
1830-2130
Introduces electrical testing to prkfessionaltechnicians with
limited experience in electrical and electronic testing. Topics
include electrical theow, circuits, diagnosis, testing, and
maintenance. Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 5 wks
BBY CRN 64812
AUTO 2209
$460
AUTOMOTIVE TUNE-UP, DRWEABILITY,
AND EMISSION CONTROLS
Progresses from basic electrical/electronic test procedures to
advanced diagnosis of batteries, conventional and permanent
magnet starters and circuits, ignition systems from conventional
to DlS, fuel delivery systems including feedback carburetors,
emission controls, four gas analysis, an introduction to
"on-board" computers, and fuel injection.
SeD i7 Tuenhr
1900-2200 1 7 wks
BBY CRN 32708
'
AUTO 2211
$255
LAB SCOPE OPERATION AND IAGNOSTICS
Provides basic lab scope skills nec ssary to test various electrical
components and interpret signals enerated. Covers various
systems, operation, signals to watch, and signal expectations.
With practice and experimentation, students will be prepared to
look for possible defects in many ' ystems on today's vehicles.
Prerequisite: Minimum third year pprentice or TQ in
Automotive, Commercial Transpo , or Heavy Duty Mechanic. A
basic understanding of engine m nagement systems is
recommended. Safety glasses and steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 10 Tuenhr 1830-2130 3 $vks
BBY CRN 64813
64816
BBY
Dec 3
Tuenhr 1830-2130 3 wks
I
I
I
AUTO 2215
$365
OBDll FOR FUEL INJECTEDVE
Upgrades the tune-upldriveability
diagnostics on cars and light duty {ruckki. Theory information will
be supported by practical work usi' g the new-style GM service
manuals, electronic service inform$ion, and General Motors factory
tools and procedures. This informalion can be applied to other
manufacturers. Safety glasses and 4eeI-toed footwear required.
BBY CRN 64999
Oct 1
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 1 4 wks
Nov 5
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 4 wks
BBY
66938
1
Register online and-save $5 per course: www.bcit.ca
604-434-1610
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CTMX 0110
s255
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INSPECTOR
Prepares students for the CommercialVehicle Inspector
Authorization examination. This authorization permits the
inspection of commercial and private vehicles including out-ofprovince.'Coven up-to-date information on recent and upcoming
changes to the inspection program. Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in
Automotive, Heavy Duty, CommercialTransport, or Commercial
Transport Trailer Mechanic. Steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 9
MonNed 1830-2130 3 wks
BBY CRN 32725
Oct8Tue/Thr 1830-2130 3 wks
BBY
32727
Nov5
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 3 wks
BBY
35793
Dec 2
Mon/Wed 1830-2130 3 wks
BBY
66940
CTMX 0100
$510
COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT MECHANIC CQ REFRESHER
Pcepares participants for the Commercial Transport Mechanic
Certificate of Qualification with Red Seal Endorsement (IP) and
refreshes theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the
*
Industry Training and Apprenticeship Commission (ITAC) to
determihe eligibility and to schedule an examination.
Prerequisite: Minimum of six years experience in the'trade.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 32724
CTMX 0101
5295
TRANSPORT REFRIGERATION BASIC MAINTENANCE
Increases awareness of the transport refrigeration field. Covers
refrigeration theory, components and location, basic electrical,
basic electronics, basic electrical schematic reading, and test
equipment. Freon flow charts of Carrier and Thermo King
refrigeration units will be discussed. Safety glasses and steel-toed
footwear required.
BBY CRN 61668
Sep 16 , Mon/Wed 1830-2130 4 wks
CTMX 0 1 0 5
$375
AIR, BRAKES FOR MECHANICS
Prepares mechanics, with limited experience, to service air
brakes. Upon successful completion, students will receive pre-trip
credit for 30 days toward the Motor Vehicle Air Endor
examination. This endorsement is a requirement for a
Prerequisite: Basic mechanical kno
footwear required.
DELX 2101
$420
ELECTRICAL ADVANCED 2
Concentrates on the electronics side of diesel engine electronic
components and operation, including semi conductors,
integrated circuit devices, microprocessors, and electronic control
devices. Prerequisite: TQ apprentice, or EL3T graduate in
Commercial Transport, Heavy Duty, or Diesel Engine Mechanic.
Steel-toed footwear required.
Oct 29 TuelThr 1800-2100 5 wks
BBY CRN 38561
#
DEMX 0101
$420
NON-ELECTRONIC DIESEL ENGINE TUNE-UP
Upgrades participants-to tune-up non-electronic
diesel engines. Tune-ups will be performed on Cummins,
Caterpillar, and Detroit Diesel engines. Includes both theory and
hands-on training. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of diesel
engines. Safety glasses and steel-toedfootwear required.
Sep 21 Sat
0830-1500 5 wks
BBY CRN 66936
604432-8205
CTMX 0201
-
[email protected]
$93
OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID LEVU 1
Covers basic first aid with rescuer C.P.R. Successful participants
will receive WCB Occupational First Aid Level 1 certification.
Personal identification must be produced to the instructor.
Sep28 Sat
0800-1600 1 day
BBY CRN 63141
Ob26 Sat
0800-1600 1 day
BBY
63142
Nov23 Sat
0800-1600 1 day
BBY
63144
hanic Certificate of
theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the Industry Training
and Apprenticeship Commission (ITAC) t o determine eligibility
and to schedule an examination. Prerequisite: Minimum of six
years experience in the trade.
SeD 30 Mon/Wed f830-2130 10 wks BBY CRN 32722
/
changes to the inspection program. Prerequisite: B.C. TQ in
Automotive, Heavy Duty, CommercialTransport
'
Transport Trailer Mechanic. Steel-toedf'ootwear
BBY CRN 32725
Sep 9
MonIWed 1830-2130 3 wks
Oct 8
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 3
S
Tue/Thr 1830-2130 3
De;^?
"&nYed
1830-2130 3 wks
BBV
66940
CTMX 0111
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INSPECTOR UPDATE
$65
604-432-8205
[email protected]
CTMX 0115
5250
FORKLIFT OPERATOR CERTIFlCAnON
Provides both theory and
experience operating fork1
SD/CB Lift-truck Operator
program meets current WCB guidelines and CSA Standards for
lift-truck operators. Workbook included. Prerequisite: Forklift
operation experience. Steel-toed footwea
Sep 16 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 2 wks
Oct 19 Sat
0830-1530 2 wks
BBY
37130
Oct 21 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 2 wks
BBY
66950
CTMX 0116
$330
FORKLIFT OPERATOR TRAINING/CE#nFICAllON
Provides both theory and practical training to those with little or
Ckrtification.
Oct 2
Wed
Nov27 Wed
1800-2200
1800-2200
1 day
1 dav
BBY CRN 61669
BBY
61670
CTMX 0200
$410
COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT TRAILER
MECHANIC CQ REFRESHER
Prepares participantsfor the CommercialTransport Trailer
Certificate of Qualification with Red Seal Endorsement (IP) and
refreshes theoretical knowledge of the trade. Contact the Industry
Training and Apprenticeship Commission (ITAC) to determine
eligibility and to schedule an examination. Prerequisite: Minimum
of four-and-a-halfyears work experience in the trade.
Oct 7
MonNed 1830-2130 7.5 wks BBY CRN 32729
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CTMX 0121
5400
ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT OPERATOR
Provides both theory and practical rough terrain forklift training
to those with previous experience in the operation of forklifts.
Successful participants will receive Rough Terrain Forklift
Operator Certification valid for two years. This program meets
current WCB guidelines and CSA Standards for rough terrain
forklift operators. Workbook included. Prerequisite: Valid forklift
operator certificate. Steel-toed footwear required.
Nov 16 Sat
0830-1530 2wkS
BBY CRN 63157
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$275
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ELECTRIC FORKLIFT OPERATOR CERTIFICATION
Provides both theory and practical training to those with proven
experience operating electric forklifts. Successful participants will
receive Mobile Equipment Operator Certification for walkys,
end-riders, order pickers and reach trucks. Certification is valid
for two years. This course meets current WCB guidelines and
CSA Standards for electric lift truck operators. Workbooks
included. Prerequisite: Forklift operation experience. Steel-toed
footwear required.
Oct 26 Sat
0830-1530 2 wks
BBY CRN 64917
CTMX 0123
$355
ELECTRIC FORKLIFT OPERATOR TRAINING/CERTIFICATION
Provides both theory and practical training to those with little or
no experience operating electric forklifts. Successful participants
will receive"Mobi1e Equipment Operator Certification for walkys,
end-riders, order pickers and reach trucks. Certification is valid
for two years. This course meets current WCB guidelines and CSA
Standards for electric lift truck operators. Workbooks included.
Prerequisite: Driving experience. Steel-toed footwear required.
Nov 16
Sat
0830-1530
3 wks
-
BBY CRN 64914
CTMX 0124
$105
FILLING PROPANE FORKLIFT CYLINDERS
Provides both theory and practical training in filling forklift
propane cylinders by volume. Successful participantswill receive
Propane Training Institute issued certification valid for 36
months. Course materials and certification fee included.
Steel-toed footwear required.
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Oct 26
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CTMX 0120
$210
SCISSOR LIFT OPERATOR
Provides both theory and practicaltraining in the operation of
scissor lifts. Successful participantswill receive Scissor Lift Operator
Certification. This program meets current WCB guidelines and
CSA Standards for scissor lift operators. Workbook included.
Prerequisite: Driving experience. Steel-toed footwear required.
BBY CRN 63156
Oct 12 Sat
0830-1530 1 dav
Upon successful completion of the following five courses, a BClT
Associate Certificate in Diesel Electronics will be issued.
Electrical Advanced 1
DELX 2100
Electrical Advanced 2
DELX 2101
DELX 2102
Detroit Diesel Electronic Control
DELX 2103
Caterpillar Electronic Control
DELX 2104
Cummins Electronic Control
DELX 2100
$420
ELECTRICAL ADVANCED 1
Provides a thorough understanding of the basics of electricity
and electromagnetism. Topics include batteries, charging, and
starting systems. Prerequisite: T
Q
, apprentice, or ELTT graduate
in Commercial Transport, Heavy Duty, or Diesel Engine
Mechanic. Steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 17 Tue/Thr 1800-2100 5 wks
BBY CRN 60197
Fall 2002 Part-time Studies
BBY
63148
Sat
0830-1530 3 wks
Oct 5
63151
BBY
Oct 15 Tue-Thr 0730-1430 3 days
63152
BBY
Nov 19 Tue-Thr 0730-1430 3 days
63154
BBY
Nov 19 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 3 wks
66230
BBY
0830-1530 3 Wks
Nov 30 Sat
BBY
66257
Dec 10 Tue-Thr 0730-1430 3 days
CTMX 0117
5130
FORKLIFT OPERATOR RECERTIFICATION
Provides review, testing, and recertification to individuals who
have previously obtained Forklift Operator Certification.
Successful participants will receive SD/CB Lift-truck Operator
Certification valid for two years. This program meets current
WCB guidelines and CSA standards for lift-truck operators.
Steel-toed footwear required.
Oct 9
Wed
0730-1430 1 day
BBY CRN 61663
Nov 16 Sat
0830-1530 1 day
BBY
66961
CTMX 0119
$236
AERIAL BOOM LIFT OPERATOR
Provides both theory and practical training in the operation of
aerial boom lifts. Successful participants will receive Aerial Boom
Lift Operator Certification. This program meets current WCB
guidelines and CSA Standards for aerial boom lift operators.
Workbook included. Prerequisite: Driving experience. Steel-toed
footwear required.
BBY CRN 63155
Oct 5
Sat
0830-1530 1 day
Sat
0830-1530 1 day
BBY CRN 66932
CTMX 0126
S630
PROPANE AND ELECTRIC FORKLIFT OPERATOR
Combines CTMX 0116 and CTMX 0123. Provides both theory
and practical training to those with little or no experience
operating f o r k l i . SuccessFul-participantswill receive Mobile
Equipment Operator Certification for walkys, end-riders, order
pickers, reach trucks, and SD/CB forklifts. Certification is valid for
two years. This course meets current WCB guidelines and CSA
Standards for lift truck operators. Workbooks included.
Prerequisite: Driving experience. Steel-toed footwear required.
Oct 7
Mon-Fri 0730-1430 1 wk
BBY CRN 66935
BBY
66933
Dec2
Mon-Fri 0730-1430 1 wk
IOMX 0103
$365
OUTBOARD MOTOR MAINTENANCE
Provides the boat owner with outboard motor maintenance
practical service knowledge. Covers basic operation principles of x-'
the outboard motor through a combination of theory and handson training. Provides the knowledge to troubleshoot, repair, and
tune-up an outboard motor. Focuses on fuel, electrical, ignition,
lubrication, and cooling systems, troubleshooting, corrosion, and
galvanic protection. Steel-toed footwear required.
SeD 30 Mon/Wed 1830-2130 6 wks
BBY CRN 64826
604-432-8205
[email protected]
MCMX 0115
$255
MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE
Covers all aspeds of general maintenance of the modern
motorcycle. Combines lectures, demonstrations and hands-on
practical training to present material. Steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 16 Mon/Wed/Sat
3 wks
BBY CRN 60195
Mon/Wed (Sep 16,18,23, 25) 1830-2130
Sat (Oct 5) 0830-1430
604-432-8205
[email protected]
PEMX 0105
5360
SMALL ENGINE POWERED EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Covers maintenance and general engine repairs on lawn
mowers, chainsaws, generator units, and other utilities
powered by air-cooled two- and four-stroke engines:
Steel-toed footwear required.
Sep 24 Tue/Thr 1830-2130 8 wks
BBY CRN 37134
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Construction Trades
Accounting ................................ 7, 12, 20, 21, 22
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Computer Systems ......................................
TCP/IP
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‘Technology Management ................7, 14, 47, 59
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Management- Health Specialty..............7, 12, 13
Manufacturing..................................................
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Medical Imaging .............................................. 14
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Machinist ....................................................
Magnetic Particle Inspection.............................. 57
Mechanical Desktop...................................... 56
Power Engineering (Distance Ed) ......................
Power Engineering ...........................................
Radiography............................
Refrigeration..........
Network Operating Systems.............................. 48
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Networking ....................................
Transportation Systems......................................
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Network Operating Systems.............................. 48
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Communication ............................
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CAD....................................
40, 41, 42, 43, 55, 56
Carpentry......................................................... .40
Chainsaw Safety ................................................ 42
Civil ......................................................
12, 44, 47
CNC...................................................... 41, 58, 59
Communication......5, 6, 8, 15, 18, 22, 31, 36, 44
Construction Drawings......................................
Construction Ma
Construction Safe
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Decorating ........................................................
Drafting ................................................
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Drawings ................... ;................................ 43,
Electrical ............................ 41, 48, 50, 51, 60,
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Environmental ..............................
Ethics ..........................................
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Windows ................ 26, 33, 35, 36, 37, 40, 46, 49
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Bachelor of Technology in
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Bachelor of Technology in
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Basic Health ............................
Biotechnology .............................................. 7, 51
Cardiology .................................................. 51, 52
Cardiovascular .................................................. 52
Food............................................................
Industry Services ........................................ 15, 51
Information Systems 7,
Interior Design ..............
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International Freight Fo
InternationalTrade ...................................... 27, 30
Internet ........................ 12, 13, 17, 18, 26, 36, 37
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8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18
Law ................................
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Macroeconomics ..........
7, 13, 22, 29, 55, 58
14, 15, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28
Materials Management.....
Mathematics ...
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Operations Management............................ 28,
Professional Sales ........................................
22,
29, 32, 37,
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Public Relations ...............................................
Purchasing........................................................
Quality Assurance..............................
8, 14, 29,
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Small Business ..................................................
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Food Safety
Painting .............................
Plumbing .................................................. 41, 56
Programmer.................................... 32, 35, 40, 41
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Project Management............................
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Renewable Resource Management (ADP)
Renewable ResourceTechnology ......................
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Renovations ......................................................
Report Writing.............................................
43, 47
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Rigging..............................................................
Scaffolding........................................................ 40
Sheet Metal ..................................
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Soil........................................................
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Steel Fabrication................................................ 41 .
Surveying .................................................
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Traffic Control
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Ventilation............
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Health Care Management ................................
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Health Care Quality’Management.............. 53, 54
Health Information Systems ........................ 53, 54
Health Sciences ..............................
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Medical Imaging ....................................
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Computed Tomography
Computer Systems
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Digital Animation
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Facilities Management
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Forest Engineering
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International Trade and
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Management Engineering,
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Software Systems
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Watchkeeping Mate,
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Building Construction
Technology
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Civil-Transportation Systems
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Computer Aided Design
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Computer Systems
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Desktop Publishing
Developmental Approvals
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Electronic Commerce
Entrepreneurship
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Financial Planning
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Introductory Computer
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