BTM DOES I.T. BETTER
Welcome to ITMSA — the premier course union and student association for the Business Technology Management program at Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University.
Established in 2002, the Information Technology Management Students’ Association (ITMSA) is a non-profit, student-run, course union serving students within the Business Technology Management (BTM) program at the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Ryerson’s BTM program is the largest of its kind in North America, with a strong focus on integrating Business and Information Technology. It is the ITMSA’s mission to help bridge the gaps for BTM students in order to ensure they are fully prepared to enter the industry and excel beyond their expectations.
Through hosting numerous case competitions as well as professional and academic events, we hope to foster an environment full of innovation and collaboration, in order to provide the support system necessary to help our students take their development to the next level.
Originally an ITMSA Event in 2005, Connect I.T. (CITC) has grown to become one of Canada’s largest undergraduate business technology conferences.
Bringing together students on an application basis from leading universities across Ontario, Connect I.T. explores a new emerging trend in technology each year, offering delegates an opportunity to learn, network, and play. The design of the conference ensures delegates are immersed and engaged with topics encompassing the theme.
For the 2018 year, the theme is —
For over a decade, Women in Information Technology (WITM) has been striving to bring together professionals, partners, and students, particularly women in Information Technology Management to help break the barriers that exist in STEM fields and the corporate realm.
WITM aims to bridge the diversity gap and eradicate the shortfall of female leaders in said fields, by focusing on the 3 pillars of the mandate — encourage, empower and equip — and also aims to mobilize students with the necessary knowledge and skills to contribute to a socially progressive culture.
Best Professional Event in 2017
awarded by Ted Rogers Students' Society.
Best Corporate Relations in 2016
awarded by Ryerson Commerce Society.1