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Business Technology Management
As a leader in information systems and technologies (IS/IT) training, FSA ULaval is offering a new concentration in Business Technology Management (BTM), which upholds the highest quality standards developed in partnership with the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT), consisting of some of Canada’s largest employers and university institutions, including FSA ULaval.
Coalition-certified programs are called Business Technology Management (BTM) programs (Ryerson University, Simon Fraser University, Wilfrid Laurier University).
Why choose Business Technology Management (BTM)?
- To play a pro-active role in making organizations more competitive thanks to innovative IS/TI use.
- For solid training that will allow you to work in teams made up of members with different training, languages and cultures.
- Because there is high demand among Canadian employers for business school graduates with a BTM profile, and there are exciting and high-paying jobs in this field.
You will develop knowledge and skills, hand in hand, necessary for defining a company’s strategic and technology directions.
- You will learn to master the approaches and methodologies you need to improve or reinvent the business process. – Process, projects and change
- You will learn how IS/IT support the strategies and activities of an organization’s key functions. – Business technology
- You will learn to use your knowledge to come up with E-business- and globalization-related solutions. – Business
- You will learn to assess and compare different E-business characteristics and related issues. – Technology
- You will develop the leadership and skills you need to interact with IT specialists and managers who need advice on choosing IS/IT solutions or applications, and users of highly developed systems. – Personal and interpersonal skills
Please note! Before registering in your first concentration courses, you must have completed at least 10 of the 15 core courses, including SIO-1000 Systèmes et technologies de l'information or SIO-1101 Information Systems and Technologies.
For a general overview of the specialized stream in Organizational information systems, please refer to this organizational chart:
Eleven required courses (33 credits):
|SIO-1100||Logiciels libres et sociétés||Syllabus|
|SIO-2104||Technologie pour les affaires électroniques||Syllabus|
|SIO-2109||Introduction à la programmation||Syllabus|
|SIO-3100||Conception des systèmes d'information organisationnels II||Syllabus|
|SIO-3110||Atelier en analyse d'affaires||Syllabus|
|SIO-2100||Stratégies d'affaires électroniques||Syllabus|
|SIO-2107||Gestion de projets, applications SIO||Syllabus|
|SIO-2102||Sécurité, contrôle et gestion du risque||Syllabus|
|SIO-2103||Conception des systèmes d'information organisationnels I||Syllabus|
|SIO-2106||Fondements de réalisation des SIO||Syllabus|
|SIO-2105||La fonction conseil en SIO||Syllabus|
One course from the BAA course list (3 credits)
If you want to work in IT project management, we recommend that you complete your program by taking IFT-1001 Algorithmique et programmation, IFT-2000 Structures de données and IFT-2104 Aspects informatiques du commerce électronique.
Note – Courses will be given if the number of registrations warrants it.
At the end of your program, usually in the last semester, when you have completed at least 60 course credits, you must take the integration course ADM-3050 Gestion stratégique des organisations or its English equivalent ADM-3104 Strategic Management.
Concentration supervisor: Sehl Mellouli
Last modification : November 16, 2012