Virtual College of Biotechnology, University of Saskatchewan - Dissolution


It is felt that the Virtual College of Biotechnology has not created its own identity for university and industry communities nor gained enough impetus to form a College of Biotechnology as of this date. There is a proposal to restructure and rename the Virtual College of Biotechnology changing the focus of undergraduate and graduate programming. The faculty positions would move to School of Public Policy for work in innovation and biotechnology management. The College of Arts and Science will administer the BTECH courses until the new School is set up. The Virtual College of Biotechnology would be served by the School of Public Policy which would offer Masters degree in Public Policy, a PhD in Public Policy, and a Masters of International Trade. The Planning and Priorities Committee will pursue undergraduate platforms as an alternative to virtual colleges which lack clarity in its direction, and no decisive leadership in programming.

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