Faculty of Business Administration - Department of Organizational Information Systems

Québec, Québec, Canada
Business Intelligence, Information Systems, Technology and Innovation, Business Administration, Management, and Operations, Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations


FSA ULaval - Our world is business. Our business is the world.

The Faculty of Business Administration (FSA ULaval) at Université Laval, one of Canada's leading universities and the oldest French-speaking university in North America, is located in Québec City, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This historic city features a blend of First Nations, French and British influences. In both summer and winter, the city abounds with activities and places to discover.

With its two international accreditations (EQUIS and AACSB), the Faculty offers a complete range of management programs at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels, based in particular on the techno-pedagogy expertise it has developed over the years. The Faculty welcomes some 6,800 students in its degree programs, of whom more than 950 are international students who can count on the support of an experienced team of some 135 teachers and researchers.

FSA ULaval has five departments and one school: the Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate; Department of Management; Department of Marketing; Department of Operations and Decision Systems; Department of Management Information Systems; and the School of Accounting.

Although Université Laval is a French-speaking university, FSA ULaval students can also study in English, and some courses are available in Spanish. Students can therefore develop second and third language skills as part of their program.

Our programs feature technology-enhanced learning content in the form of online or hybrid versions of our courses for added flexibility. In successfully completing FSA ULaval programs, students are qualified to become members of no fewer than 13 recognized professional corporations.


Bachelor Programs

The Business Technology Management (BTM) program was designed in collaboration with member companies of the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) to prepare the next generation of information technology and communications specialists. You will develop the knowledge and skills required to help define an organization's strategic and technological directions. You will become an expert in applying the methods and approaches required to improve or reinvent business processes. You will learn how IS and IT support an organization's strategies and activities. You will be prepared to offer solutions in connection with electronic business and the globalization efforts of companies and organizations. You will learn how to assess and compare the characteristics of electronic business technologies and the issues associated with these technologies. You will acquire the necessary skills to interact with system users and advise computer specialists and managers.

The BBA in Business Technology Management is accredited by the Business Technology Management Accreditation Council (BTMAC).

Master Programs

As part of their development, organizations hire hybrid business and IT specialists. Professionals who can understand their needs, select the right technology to achieve their goals and develop, implement and manage systems that are tailored to their particular context. This professional master's program trains experts in both information systems and information technology (IS and IT).


With this program, you will acquire the foundations, professional skills, knowledge and vocabulary specific to the field of IT. The program fosters the development of critical thinking in the selection of the most appropriate technologies and how to use information systems in an organization. 


BBA in Business Technology Management

M.Sc. in Information Technology Management


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