Bachelor of Applied Technology

Bachelor Of Applied Technology

Information in this article is primarily applicable to Canadian school system.

Applied Bachelor’s degree or BAT is a government recognized (normally) four year degree granted by Canadian colleges and Universities. (This is not to be confused with 2-3 year Associate degree offered by US schools which is equivalent to a diploma program in Canada.) In United States, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Penn State University and others offers similar Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Technology that has similar goals. Several United States community colleges and universities, such as Brazosport College in Texas, also offer a BAT with several different concentrations; business management, environmental health and safety, process operations management, and general technology management for example. Also, in Australia and in New Zealand, it is normal for a university to grant a bachelor's degree in Engineering Technology.

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