Looking to enhance your career as a technologist?
Prepare yourself for career advancement in the health science technology or engineering/applied science technology industries. We focus on the business and technology management skills you’ll need to advance career opportunities in your field. Your combined diploma and degree will provide you with strong technical training meeting national accreditation standards together with basic technology management skills to move ahead in your career. You’ll learn from the best in areas such as technology assessment, project management and quality management.
All students must complete 39 credit hours including a project and report. The program is available on a full or part-time basis and can be completed fully through the internet. Full-time students can complete the program in one academic year.
What You’ll Need
Individuals certified as Applied Science Technologists (AScT) or Certified Engineering Technologists (CET) and graduates of nationally accredited diploma of technology programs in either applied science/ engineering technology or health science technology who meet the general admission requirements of Memorial University can apply. International applicants with equivalent credentials may also be considered.
To apply, you must submit an application and supporting documentation to Memorial University. This application form and more information about the program, as well as specific admission requirements, can be found at www.mi.mun.ca/btech/courses.
Without a doubt, the Marine Institute has provided me with the necessary skill sets to thrive in today’s market place. It has also helped me to acquire the appropriate skills to one day transition to a managerial role. The course content was extensive and has played a pivotal role in my career success to date.
|Length of Study||1 year beyond Diploma|
|Location(s)||St. John's Memorial Campus or on-line delivery|
Applications received following this date will be assessed as resources and space allow.
|March 1 - Fall admission|
October 1 - Winter admission
Feb. 1 - Spring Admission
|Courses||View Calendar Entry|