Learn more about BTC’s programs and certificates with a week of information sessions.
Each event starts in BTC’s G Building with a brief introduction of the evening’s featured programs, followed by opportunities to tour two different programs, visit their labs and meet their instructors. Admissions specialists will be on hand throughout the evening to answer questions about how to get started at BTC.
Want to be part of making something big?
Join us for Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering: Tuesday, Feb. 12
• Bachelor of Applied Science degrees:
Engineering Technology and Operations Management
• Engineering Technology
(Civil, Clean Energy, Comp-osites, Electronics, Geomatics, and Mechanical Design)
• Industrial Maintenance & Mechatronics
• Instrumentation & Control Technology
• Process Technology
• Water & Wastewater Treatment
Register at www.btc.edu/InfoSession
*this is not a futuresNW event but we are happy to share this resource/opportunity for students and families