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  Bachelor of Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Bachelor of Technology is an undergraduate academic degree in the United Kingdom, India, Ireland, Norway, Canada and other countries.
It is awarded to those who have undertaken a Bachelor of Science degree with additional industrial placements.
In Australia, a Bachelor of Technology often covers material similar to that in a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) although it is a three year, rather than a four year degree.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bachelor_of_Technology   (315 words)

 Bachelor of Engineering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bachelor of Engineering (BAI (in latin), BEng, BE, or BESc) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded to a student after three or four years of studying engineering at an accredited university in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and other countries, such as Australia and India.
In India, universities have started awarding Bachelor of Technology degree which is considered equivalent to the Bachelor of Engineering degree.
Although some colleges award either a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Applied Science degree to graduates of engineering study, a Bachelor of Engineering degree is typically given to students who take engineering courses as a majority of their course load.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bachelor_of_Engineering   (403 words)

 Bachelor of Technology (BTech) - Faculty of Science - The University of Auckland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) - Faculty of Science - The University of Auckland
Students have the choice of six different specialisations within the Bachelor of Technology, each of which has been designed in consultation with industry representatives to prepare students for employment and research in internationally important areas of technology.
For further information, refer to the Bachelor of Technology handbook or the Faculty of Science Prospectus.
www.science.auckland.ac.nz /uoa/science/about/programmes/btech/btech.cfm?redirected&   (263 words)

 Bachelor of Engineering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Bachelor of Technology (Management) program is designed for persons interested in developing a career in management positions within technology-based companies or organisations assisting technology-based industries.
The Bachelor of Technology (Management) can be undertaken as a three-year degree program or as a conversion program for students who have an approved 3-year diploma in an area of engineering (e.g.
To be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Technology (Management) students must successfully complete 8 University of Ballarat units offered by The School of Science and Engineering and The School of Business.
www.ballarat.edu.au /ard/sci-eng/engineering/courses/bachelor_technology.shtml   (481 words)

 Bachelor of Dental Technology (BDentTech), University of Otago, New Zealand
Dental Technology is the technical side of dentistry where a dental technician, on prescription of a dentist, makes any prosthesis or appliance for the head and neck.
Graduates with the Bachelor of Dental Technology (BDentTech) degree are automatically entitled to register with the New Zealand Dental Technicians Board.
The profession of dental technology is registered under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2004 and graduates with the Bachelor of Dental Technology degree are automatically entitled to register with the New Zealand Dental Technicians Board in order to practise as Registered Dental Technicians.
www.otago.ac.nz /courses/qualifications/bdenttech.html   (725 words)

 BCIT : : Technology Management: Part-time/Distance Education, Bachelor of Technology
The course selections, which must be approved by the program head for the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management, should constitute a logical and cohesive package that is academically sound and enhances the skills and/or career options of the graduate.
This technology transfer is one of the major goals of the program and is intended to support BCIT's mandate as the Center of Advanced Technology training in British Columbia.
As the seller of the technology operates in a highly competitive environment, a clear understanding of the competitive forces and cultural dynamics at work in the global marketplace is critical to anyone seeking export markets.
www.bcit.ca /study/programs/8350btech   (2783 words)

 OSU-Okmulgee || About the BT Degree
A Bachelor of Technology Degree in Information Assurance and Forensics prepares graduates to meet the growing need for IT security and digital forensics professionals.
The new Bachelor of Technology in Information Assurance and Forensics will prepare individuals to protect computers, computer systems and networks from threats such as hackers, viruses and worms and investigate illicit cyber activities.
The bachelor program in Information Assurance and Forensics is a technology intensive, application focused baccalaureate degree offered through the OSU-Okmulgee Information Technologies Division.
www.osu-okmulgee.edu /academics/information_technologies/ba_about.php   (378 words)

 Bachelor of Information Technology - School of Information Technology - WelTec   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Starting with the fundamentals of programming, information technology and communications, this degree programme will take you through to an advanced level of skills in software development, systems analysis design and control, data communications, networks, intelligent systems, programming and databases.
Minimum entry criteria is 3 C Bursary subjects, or 70 NCEA level 2, or 42 NCEA level 3, or SFC with a total of 12 or less in 4 subjects (including English), or applicants aged 20 or over with appropriate life or work experience.
The Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) and Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) may be awarded to students who complete each diploma's requirements, but choose to leave the degree unfinished.
www.weltec.ac.nz /schools/it/1bit.htm   (493 words)

 College of Technology, Andrews University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Bachelor of Technology degree in Digital Multimedia Technology represents a very exciting field which utilizes the computer as its main work tool in developing projects needed by clients.
The Bachelor of Technology degree in Graphic Imaging Technology has been revolutionized by the introduction of the computer into the industry.
The Bachelor of Technology degree in Horticulture is a career specialist's degree preparing individuals for supervisory and management positions in horticulture or the ornamental horticulture industry.
www.andrews.edu /COT/gen/degrees.php?page=4   (177 words)

 BCIT Geo/GIS Bachelor of Technology: Program Information
Introduction to Bachelor of Technology in Geomatics/GIS: This degree program provides excellent opportunities for career enhancement and professional growth.
Accreditation: Recognition of this Bachelor of Technology degree is anticipated.
Entrance Requirements: BCIT's Bachelor of Technology Degree Program are actually degree completion programs that require at least two years of prior post-secondary education.
www.penr.bcit.ca /geogis/program.shtm   (236 words)

 BCIT : : Accounting: Part-time, Bachelor of Technology
The Bachelor of Technology in Accounting has been structured on a degree-completion basis with BCIT's Financial Management diploma as its foundation.
BCIT's Bachelor of Technology in Accounting is offered on a flexible part-time basis so that students can maintain their careers and study at the same time.
Candidates should be aware that they may complete Bachelor of Technology level courses prior to acceptance into the program, however the seven year completion criteria will commence from the time the first FMGT 7000 or 8000 level course (except liberal studies) is taken regardless of whether you have declared as a degree student or not.
www.bcit.ca /study/programs/8400btech   (1553 words)

 Bachelor of Technology Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Bachelor of Technology Education commenced in 1992.
Studying Technology Education at Griffith University is the logical choice.
Not only is Griffith the sole provider of a Bachelor of Technology Education program in Queensland but it has been involved in the preparation of teachers in this field for nearly twenty years.
www.gu.edu.au /school/vta/BTechEd/Homepage.html   (219 words)

 Bachelor of Applied Technology - College of Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) degree is a baccalaureate degree designed for College of Technology students completing an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree from an Idaho State Board of Education approved program.
The purpose of the Bachelor of Applied Technology degree is to provide College of Technology graduates the opportunity to expand their general education competencies and to enhance the technical coursework of their AAS with related academic coursework.
After completing 15 credit hours of BAT general education requirements and at least one semester of the College of Technology program, the BAT student develops an individualized degree plan in consultation with both academic and technical advisors assigned to the student by the BAT Committee Chair in College of Technology Student Services Office.
www.isu.edu /departments/apptech/BAT.shtml   (385 words)

 Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) | Victoria University of Wellington
Bridging courses are available in mathematics and computer science for those without the necessary background: see Mathematics in the Subjects section for entry requirements for MATH 114.
In addition, a low-cost, non-credit Science and Technology Transition Course is offered in the evenings from July to late September or early October.
Entry to the second year (Part 2) of the Bachelor of Information Technology programme is based on academic performance in your first year.
www.vuw.ac.nz /home/subjects_degrees/undergraduate_degrees/bit.html   (879 words)

 Bachelor of Applied Technology (Photonics) (Bachelor Degree) :: Niagara College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Bachelor of Applied Technology (Photonics) degree is one of the only bachelor’s-level photonics programs in North America and addresses an urgent need in the industry for highly skilled photonics employees in a wide variety of industrial areas.
In 2000, she immigrated to Ottawa with Nortel to provide technical leadership and support on the wafer fabrication and test of their high speed laser portfolio, culminating in leading the successful technology transfer to a UK facility in 2003.
Niagara College is one of 24 Ontario colleges of applied arts and technology established under the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act.
niagarac.on.ca /studying/programs/fulltime/bach_6001   (927 words)

 Information & Management Technology
The Department of Technology Management (DTM)is a collection of diverse disciplines designed to help prepare graduates for the ever-changing world of technology.
Each program area focuses on the use of technology in specific areas of industry.
A Master of Science is a 33 semester hour program of study that requires an undergraduate degree in an area related area of study and allows a student to gain a greater depth of knowledge in the technical area.
technology.poly.asu.edu /dtm   (165 words)

 Earn a Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Technology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Graduates of Mercy's Veterinary Technology Program have achieved a 100% passing rate on the NVTE for over 15 years, and their scores consistently have been 25-30% higher than the combined average scores of graduates of other veterinary technology schools.
The Veterinary Technology Program at Mercy College is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and certified by the State of New York.
As a result, graduates of Mercy's Veterinary Technology Program have achieved a 100% passing rate on the NVTE for over 15 years, and their scores consistently have been 25-30% higher than the combined average scores of graduates of other veterinary technology schools.
www.mercy.edu /acadivisions/natscivettech/VetTech.cfm   (1416 words)

 Bachelor of Applied Technology (Marine) courses, study for an undergraduate degree   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Bachelor of Applied Technology (Marine) courses, study for an undergraduate degree
Together with students from the other specialisations of the Bachelor of Applied Technology you complete eight generic courses, which further your understanding of how to run a small business, use lawyers, manage projects and develop your communication skills.
Applicants who have not completed the Unitec Certificate in Applied Technology must submit a portfolio of achievements that are broadly equivalent to the practical skills required for the certificate.
www.unitec.ac.nz /index.cfm?65D9A6B7-C291-4233-8DAA-E540284D60E2   (742 words)

 CCSU - School of Technology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Department has five technical specializations designed to prepare students to become active partners with the engineers and to be team members of the total technological enterprise that extends from planning and production to construction and/or service.
Students who have chosen a specific track in Engineering Technology will be able to apply scientific, mathematical and basic engineering knowledge and methods, combined with technical skills, in support of engineering activities.
The civil, manufacturing, and mechanical engineering technology programs are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (11 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202 410/347-7700).
www.technology.ccsu.edu /programs/information/et.html   (323 words)

 Bachelor of Information Technology - ITMS
The Bachelor of Information Technology is an innovative course designed with input from major IT industry partners.
There is a balance between specific knowledge of particular development tools (languages, operating systems, development environments) and general lifelong learning skills which ensure that graduates are able to remain at the forefront of this vibrant and rapidly developing sector.
If you apply for one of our scholarships, are selected into the Bachelor of Information Technology course and receive an ENTER of at least 75, you are guaranteed a scholarship of at least $1,200 for each of your three years of study.
www.ballarat.edu.au /ard/itms/courses/bit.shtml   (833 words)

 Bachelor of Applied Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) degree is an optional University degree for students who complete an Associate of Applied Science degree at an Idaho vocational-technical school.
Students are recorded as "declared" BAT candidates after the plan for academic coursework has been officially approved by their assigned Advisory Committee and by the University's Chair for the Bachelor for Applied Technology Committee.
They should consult first with their applied technology counselors about requirements for the AAS degree and about general education courses that may meet requirements both in the AAS and in the BAT.
www.isu.edu /departments/catalog/prev-isu-cat/ugrad94/general/bachelor_apptech.html   (942 words)

The Bachelor of Technology degree has been developed to provide access to a degree to those who have graduated from an accredited Diploma of Technology programme in Health Sciences Technology or Engineering/Applied Science Technology.
These courses provide the student with exposure to general management concepts; and understanding of the societal context in which their technology careers are based; and research, analysis and report writing experience.
To be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Technology, a candidate shall successfully complete the following 39 credit hour programme with a minimum average of 60% in the courses required for the degree:
www.mun.ca /regoff/cal98_99/MIBachelorofTechnology.htm   (781 words)

 Eastern Washington University bachelor’s degree
The bachelor’s in technology is intended to prepare students to participate in the workforce at the middle-management level in network service, maintenance and support.
“Having EWU’s bachelor’s in technology program on our campus is an exciting development, because the Bellevue and Seattle area has a high demand for employees with post-secondary education in technology fields,” said Dr. Jim Bennett, BCC’s dean of instruction.
After that, students study broader technology courses and additional general education coursework to complete the requirements for the EWU bachelors.
www.bcc.ctc.edu /news/releases/archives/2003/bachelorEastern.asp   (369 words)

 Bachelor of Technology: Applied Science
Our new Bachelor of Technology in Applied Science (BTAS) is a four-year (40-course) degree primarily designed as a foundation degree for students who want to become technology education teachers in the secondary school system.
This program results in the awarding of an Engineering Technology Diploma after successful completion of Year 2, and a Bachelor of Technology in Applied Science after successful completion of Year 4.
In hands-on labs and experiments, your access to facilities and professors is exceptional, providing you with a strong technology, science and agriculture background for your career or future study.
www.nsac.ns.ca /eng/programs/btas.asp   (917 words)

 Colleges in North Carolina and Schools in North Carolina
ECPI College of Technology is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees.
Curriculum offerings, leading primarily to associate's and bachelor's degrees, are designed to help students begin to prepare for career opportunities in many various fields involving technology.
Bachelors degrees can be earned in as little as 13 months*, master s degrees in as little as 10 months.
www.educationresourcedirectory.com /schools-in-north-carolina.htm   (2485 words)

It is a technically oriented program that requires courses in program design, database technologies, operating systems, software engineering, and networking, along with computing electives.
The theory and practice of computer science and computing technologies are emphasized.
The program is aimed at those in the software development industry who have completed a two-year diploma in computer science, computer information systems, or related areas, or who want to earn a bachelor's degree, as well as those with partial credit for a university degree program in computer science or computer engineering.
www.bcou.ca /programs/inf_tech/botc.html   (495 words)

 Information Technology - Degree in, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Applicants are also advised to list the Bachelor of Commerce degree as a preference in case they do not meet the cut-off score for the Information Technology degree.
The focus of the Flinders Information Technology awards is on the systematic analysis, design, implementation and management of Enterprise-wide information technology.
The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) is a consortium of 46 information technology (IT) industry associations from economies around the world.
www.scieng.flinders.edu.au /courses/infotechnology   (1420 words)

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