January 18, 2017
BTM Alumni Night
January 20, 2017
ZLAS: Module 4 - Data Manipulation and Analysis Through SPSS
February 1, 2017
ZLAS Big Data Hackathon + Module 5 w/SAS & Government
February 1, 2017
RUCSA + RCA Present: Speed Networking 2017
November 10, 2016
Manulife Information Workshop
November 13, 2016
Breaking Stereotypes in Business Technology Management
November 19, 2016
JICC Case Competition
November 14, 2016
Business Technology Management, 2016 Awards Ceremony
November 23, 2016
HP Presents: BTM Industry Panel
November 26, 2016
ZLAS Module 3: Social Media & the Big Data Explosion
May 10, 2017
BTM Program Officially Accredited
March 15, 2017
BTM Students win Fintech Competition at NBTC '17
February 15, 2017
Job Opportunity for Recent Grads [Closed]: Capstone Project Liason
October 12, 2016
BTM Alumni Success Stories
February 19, 2016
Case Competitions: Why Participate?
February 8, 2016
Congratulations to our NBTC team!
February 2, 2016
TRSM Launches New Cyber Security Program
September 30, 2016
Mohamed Lachemi installed as Ryerson’s 9th President
The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management is pleased to announce the Business Technology Management (BTM) program and co-op are now officially accredited by the BTM Forum, Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC).
TRSM came together on May 5, 2017, to celebrate this milestone achievement with the presentation of the commemorative BTM Accreditation plaque.
We also celebrated the achievements of BTM students Rhyan Mahazudin, Ali Abbas Rawji, Alexandra Lincoln, Saljoq Khurshid and Mark Donaldson, who won the National BTM Student Competition, placing first ahead of University of Calgary and Simon Fraser University.
Visit the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management to learn more about the BTM program.
The competition asked participating post-secondary student teams from Business Technology Management (BTM) programs across the country to perform a case study analyzing recommendations for smarter web analytics product offerings for a high-end, invite-only digital branding firm. The competition challenged students to apply their IT and business training to a real world situation they might face as BTM professionals.