College of Engineering Strategic Plan
College of Engineering plans within the University of Saskatchewan’s planning
framework. The College will participate
in and contribute to the University’s Third Integrated Plan, Promise and
Potential <http://www.usask.ca/plan>. In addition, the College’s actions will be
guided by the path we’ve set for ourselves in the College’s 2012 – 2016
College of Engineering
2012-2016 Strategic Plan (full document)
College of Engineering 2012-2016 Strategic
The College’s plan is
In its second century, the College of Engineering will be known for:
Quality Programs: The
College will be known for its high quality undergraduate and graduate programs
that prepare students for professional and academic careers, graduate studies
and leadership roles.
2. Innovation: The College will be
known for its innovative approaches, collaborating and creating in everything
to Industry: The College will be known for its
partnership with local, regional, and international industries.
This Strategic Plan signals the
direction the College will take in terms of enrolment, research and development
activity. These ambitions are not
exact: they map the trend and magnitude
of our aspirations.
Over the next four years, we will
the size and diversity in our student body including:
undergraduate enrolment by about 15%;
graduate enrolment by about 40%;
the portion of our student body that self-identifies as Aboriginal, from 3% to
6% of undergraduate students and from 2% to 4% of our graduate students; and
the portion of women in our undergraduate student body to 25% from 19% and the
portion of graduate student body from 30% to 35%.
the average per faculty research funding by about 25%.
the College’s 3 year fundraising average from $3.2 million to $5.2 million.
initiatives we will undertake to reach these goals include:
and begin to implement a Strategic Enrolment Management Plan for the College;
concepts of graduate attributes into curriculum, courses and teaching
new curriculum components, such as options, into our undergraduate programs to
respond to evolving industry needs and to ensure that our graduates are career
in new initiatives to support the success and development of faculty and staff;
- acquire the expanded physical infrastructure needed to
support our success.
More complete and detailed annual
action plans and initiatives will be developed and as we
implement the Plan.