Notice: Changes for the Bachelor of Technology Program

Please note, that effective September 2017,

there will be changes to the Bachelor of Technology program.

Technology - Bachelor Degree
Skills and Interests

You're ready to develop the skills needed for leadership positions.

Work Environment

Senior-level management in a number of industries.

Program Location:

Online with limited on campus delivery options

Program Length:

39 credit hours completed on a full-time or part-time basis.


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Technology Engineering and Health Science Program Booklet 2017-2018

Application Deadline:

Fall:  June 15 (Official transcripts due June 30)
Winter: Oct 15 (Official transcripts due Oct 30)
Spring: March 15 (Official transcripts due March 30)

Program Description

In this program you'll develop the business and technology management skills that will help you advance within your field of interest. You’ll learn from experts in areas such as technology assessment, project management and quality management.

After the program is complete, your combined diploma and degree will provide you with strong technical training that meets national accreditation standards.

Program Structure

This one-year program consists of 39 credit hours, including twelve courses and a professional project + report. The program is available on a full or part-time basis, and is available both on- campus and through internet-based delivery. Full-time students can complete the program in one academic year.


Certification as an Applied Science Technologist (AScT) or Certified Engineering Technologist (CET), or graduation from a nationally accredited diploma of technology program in either applied science/engineering technology or health science technology.

*Note: International applicants with equivalent credentials may also be considered. To apply, you must submit an application and supporting documentation to Memorial University.

What Alumni Say

"The course content was extensive and has played a pivotal role in my career success to date."

-Kirk Elliott