UTS Bachelor of Technology and Innovation

The BTi transcends the boundaries of traditional disciplines making it a future-focused technology course.

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UTS’s Bachelor of Technology & Innovation (BTi) prepares students interested in the imaginative development and novel application of technology for a range of roles in creative, management and different technical fields.

Collaborate on real-world projects

From the start, BTi students will collaborate with industry, community, government and academic researchers on real briefs and live projects. They will engage with open, complex and networked problems and in doing so, develop the technological knowledge, skills, perspectives and strategies drawn from a diverse range of discipline areas.

Identify untapped opportunities

Exploring past, present and future technology scenarios from social, technical and creative perspectives, students can expect to develop proficiency in sense-making and critical thinking as well as building confidence in dealing with complexity, creative problem solving and persuasive story-telling.

Engage with industry

BTi students will have the opportunity to undertake a carefully selected internship in the second year of the program, creating a tangible connection between the university learning environment and their future career aspirations.

Expand your horizons

Engage with a broad range of study areas to develop personal, professional and intellectual capabilities:

  • Technological fluency and computational thinking
  • Creating value in problem solving and inquiry
  • Inter-and transdisciplinary practices
  • Resilient practices within complex systems
  • Imaginative and ethical citizenship

UTS’s Bachelor of Technology & Innovation (BTi) prepares students interested in the imaginative development and novel application of technology for a range of roles in creative, management and different technical fields.

Collaborate on real-world projects

From the start, BTi students will collaborate with industry, community, government and academic researchers on real briefs and live projects. They will engage with open, complex and networked problems and in doing so, develop the technological knowledge, skills, perspectives and strategies drawn from a diverse range of discipline areas.

Identify untapped opportunities

Exploring past, present and future technology scenarios from social, technical and creative perspectives, students can expect to develop proficiency in sense-making and critical thinking as well as building confidence in dealing with complexity, creative problem solving and persuasive story-telling.

Engage with industry

BTi students will have the opportunity to undertake a carefully selected internship in the second year of the program, creating a tangible connection between the university learning environment and their future career aspirations.

Expand your horizons

Engage with a broad range of study areas to develop personal, professional and intellectual capabilities:

  • Technological fluency and computational thinking
  • Creating value in problem solving and inquiry
  • Inter-and transdisciplinary practices
  • Resilient practices within complex systems
  • Imaginative and ethical citizenship

 

Why choose BTi?

Be part of the future
BTi is much more than getting a job when you graduate.
It’s about preparing for a future you’ll be part of imagining and creating.

Year 1 Study Program (Autumn session)
• Technology Lab 1: Imagine & Create
• Project: Complex Challenges to Creative Possibilities
• Science Fiction: Making Futures

Year 1 Study Program (Spring session)
• Technology Lab 2: Connect & Network
• Project: Data-Driven Design Challenges
• Creative Methods & Entrepreneurial Initiatives

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Applications for undergraduate courses at UTS must be lodged online with the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). Please apply with UAC for 2018.

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Applications

Applications for studying BTi in 2018 open on Wednesday August 2. Visit UAC for more details on how to apply.