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1948 Ryerson Institute of Technology offers a certificate in Business Machines.
1949-1950 certificate changes to a Diploma. Last year this course is offered
1951-1952 Secretarial Science offered for first time as a diploma
1967-1968 Business Administration offers a Business Computer Systems option
1972-1973 Secretarial Science offered as a Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA) for first time. Still option to get diploma.
1979-1980 Computer Business Systems option changes to Computer Business Information systems option. Secretarial Science changes to Secretarial and Administrative Studies (BAA).
1985-1986 Secretarial and Administrative Studies changes name to Office and Administrative Studies (BAA)
1989-1990 Office and Administrative Studies changes name to (AIM) Administration and Information Management (BAA)
1996-1997 Co-operative Education option available for AIM
1998 Proposal to restructure the curricula for the Business Administration Business Information System option and the School of Administration and Information Management into a combined School of Information Management Systems. To be debated by Curriculum Committee on 18th November.
January 1999 Academic Council approves degree in Information Technology Management, and merger of AIM and BIS into School of Information Technology. Degree approved as a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm). Kenneth Grant is appointed the first director of the School. and in March of 1999 the AIM program ended.
2000-2001Information Technology Management (ITM) listed for first time in school calendar. School has 2 options (majors) - Systems Development and Implementation, and Telecommunications Management.
2001-2002 Co-operative education program offered for first time.
January 2002 Academic Council approves a degree completion program in ITM for graduates of three-year college diplomas in business administration. Two streams- Systems Development and Implementation and Telecommunications Management are completed in 2 year, 22 course program.
2002-2003 CAAT Business Administration diploma graduate program is first offered with same options/majors as ITM.
2003-2004 new options available for ITM and CAAT students - Applications Development, Digital Media Solutions, Enterprise Systems and Organization, Knowledge and Database Management, and Telecommunications and Networks.
2004 - James Norrie appointed director of school
2006-2007 Telecommunications and Networks options changes to Telecommunications and Infrastructure Management
2008-2009 Faculty of Business renamed the Ted Rogers School of Management and subsequently ITM - The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management. Options no longer listed for degree.
2010-2011 Senate approves change in name from Information Technology Management to Business Technology Management. The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management retains its name. Graduates will earn a Bachelor of Commerce (Business Technology Management.)