Academic Plan

Innovation in Action: Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Academic Plan 2021-2026

Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Academic Plan: Innovation in Action (2021-26) charts the course for the future of polytechnic education at our institution. Developed after extensive consultation with faculty, staff, students, businesses and industry during the 2020-2021 academic year, it takes the best of what makes Saskatchewan Polytechnic unique and dynamic, and builds on our strengths to forge a vision for a thriving and purposeful institution committed to meeting the needs of our learners and community.

Looking forward to a bright, sustainable future, the Academic Plan outlines key themes, and commitments within each theme, that will continue the legacy of responding to the changing needs of industry and learners proven through Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s evolution over the past 75 years. Together, the members of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic community proudly contribute to the rise of polytechnic education.

Each commitment is made in the spirit of miyo wâhkôhtowin, supporting good relationships within Saskatchewan Polytechnic and outward into the community. Together, the members of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic community proudly contribute to the rise of polytechnic education.

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miyo wâhkôhtowin

This Cree phrase expresses the positive value and richness of experience that stems from interconnectedness and relationships. This worldview represents the individual and the community, and encompasses the foundation of all we do at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. We honour this principle in every interaction, institutional practice, procedure, policy, and service we provide to learners, faculty, staff, alumni and our communities.

Vision and themes

Saskatchewan Polytechnic Academic Plan

Vision: Every engagement with Saskatchewan Polytechnic positively impacts learners, industry, and community.

Strategic Themes:

Evolving our academic culture
Enriching the learner experience
Enhancing programming
Innovating in teaching and delivery
Embracing community partnerships

Contact

Dr. Has Malik, Provost and Vice-President, Academic 
has.malik@saskpolytech.ca 

Dr. Barb Gustafson, Special Advisor to the Provost
barb.gustafson@saskpolytech.ca