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Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) DCP

The Walter G Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology offers the Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) Degree Completion Program in response to today’s industry needs.

Start in September, January, or May. Part-time and full-time study options are available. 

4 Streams of Specialization

About Bachelor of Technology Degree Completion Program

Our unique “diploma to degree” program is tailor-made for college graduates wishing to upgrade their education and further their careers. All eligible program entrants receive two years’ worth of advanced credit from their previously completed college diploma or university degree.

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Certificate in Technology

If your cumulative GPA is between 70-74.99%, or if it has been more than 10 years since you completed your qualifying education, you may wish to consider applying to the Certificate in Technology program. Upon completion of this program, you may be eligible to apply to the B.Tech. Degree Completion Program.

B.Tech. DCP Student & Alumni Spotlights

Benefit from world-class professors and a unique industry-focused curriculum


  • Learn from award-winning professors with extensive industry experience

  • Program streams are designed in consultation with industry professionals to set up graduates for career success

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Michael Justason

Fresh Faces: Michael Justason

Michael Justason is the program chair of the Civil Engineering Infrastructure Technology program and chair of the Management courses in the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology. Having worked in more than 40 countries over his 20-year career in industry, he now teaches classes in geotechnical and foundation engineering, engineering economics and communication for engineers. He is a recipient of the 2019 President's Award for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning. The award recognizes and celebrates the excellent teaching practices taking place across the university and is McMaster’s highest teaching honour.

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Seshasai Srinivasan

Fresh Faces: Seshasai Srinivasan

Seshasai Srinivasan is an assistant professor and the program chair of the Software Engineering Technology program in the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology. He joined McMaster in 2013. Here, he shares his thoughts on walking, teaching and Leonardo Da Vinci.

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