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TRSM Academic Plan

Shaping tomorrow’s global business leaders

The five-year academic plan for the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) at Ryerson University sets out the school’s vision of becoming a Canadian pioneer in business education by adapting to the changing business world and thriving under new national and international market forces and technological innovation.

The school’s academic plan for 2014 to 2019 builds upon TRSM’s core strengths, adding new initiatives to the mix to ensure that its students are prepared for the business challenges of the coming years.

During the next five years, TRSM will focus on four strategic objectives to guide the administration, faculty and staff as they navigate the future of business education:

  1. Redefining Experiential Learning for the 21st Century
  2. Enhancing Graduate Programs and Research
  3. Cultivating Our Community Building Reputation
  4. Improving Our Internal Governance, Communications and Structures to Enable Lasting Innovation

The plan also details the values that will guide TRSM in its ongoing pursuit of excellence:

  • Relevance and innovation
  • Commitment to community
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Spirit of collaboration

Since its beginnings almost 70 years ago, the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) has continued to evolve in order to offer students the most relevant business education possible. In education, as in business, remaining current is paramount; hence, the school continually looks toward the future, regularly adjusting its programs to meet the demands of the times.

At TRSM, the bar for accomplishments is set high. If TRSM continues to educate students to meet the challenges of the future, it will have achieved the best possible reward.

Further Reading on Ryerson Academic Plan