Canada's premier polytechnic trains computer network managers, railroad conductors, technicians able to scan brains, sound engineers able to run a radio station, accountants, pipefitters, airline pilots and shop teachers, acute care nurses and food packaging specialists.
Today, that is the way to fulfill BCIT's vision, mission, and mandate . Tomorrow, business and industry will have new requirements, and the seven schools of BCIT will graduate skilled people who meet them.
BCIT's policies have been set by a Board of Governors since the BCIT Act empowered a board in 1974. The instruction given at its five campuses and other facilities is overseen by an Education Council . To learn the results of their decisions you can download annual reports, statistical summaries and other publications to supplement the quick facts and capsule history of BCIT.