Dean's Message

Dean's Message

If you’re looking for a business program that will fit with your life, you’ll find that Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s School of Business has what you need. In addition to full-time diploma and certificate programs on campus, we deliver programs through continuing education and distance learning, as well as at regional colleges. Our agreements with other post-secondary institutions make it possible to transfer credits to a degree program.

For private- and public-sector employers, the School of Business offers leadership and management courses and programs that can prepare employees to take on greater responsibilities. We also provide customized training for companies large and small.

Wherever you’re headed in business, I invite you to explore how we can help.

Biography

Muthana Zouri brings over 20 years of academic leadership, a passion for education and diverse teaching experiences both locally and internationally to his role. He is committed to flexible learning, applied research and industry-related partnerships which support an enhanced student learning experience.

Prior to joining Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Muthana served as a program director at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, providing academic leadership to academic and professional programs and courses in communication, media, and design. Before that, Muthana served as the associate dean responsible for IT and technology programs at Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. He also worked as the director, Continuing Education and Workforce Development, providing a leadership role in developing and delivering training programs in design and applied technology. As a professor, Muthana taught and contributed to the curriculum development in the IT cluster of programs at Humber College. He worked on various collaborative initiatives to promote competency-based and project-based learning. Muthana holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Computer Science. His research interests include decision support systems, machine learning, knowledge representation and knowledge discovery.