The first goal: raising the efficiency of institutional capacity to improve competitiveness.
1-1 Develop the capabilities of human resources, including teaching staff, teaching assistants, technicians, and administrative staff.
1-2 Achieve sustainability in the financial resources and develop the college’s own resources.
The second goal: supporting the efficiency and effectiveness of education to enhance the competitiveness of students and graduates.
2-1 Update and develop the college’s academic programs and courses.
2-2 Develop the teaching, learning and assessment strategies.
2-3 Develop field training strategies to enhance the competitive skills of students and graduates.
2-4 Provide a supportive environment for innovation and creativity.
The third goal: expanding the support for the college’s internationalization programs.
3-1 Support and enhance partnerships with international educational institutions.
3.2 Support international funded projects.
3-3Offer dual/joint academic programs with distinguished international Universities.
3-4 Expansion of scholarships and mobility for teaching staff, teaching assistants, and students.
The fourth goal: developing scientific research and offer postgraduate programs.
4-1 Develop research plans and set mechanisms for implementation and follow-up at the college level.
4-2 Offer postgraduate programs to keep pace with scientific developments and serve the college’s mission and goals.
4-3 Provide a supportive environment for scientific and research excellence and achieving sustainable development goals.
The fifth goal: expanding in the areas of community service, environmental development, and achieving sustainable development goals.
5-1 Enhance the role of the college in community and environment service and sustainable development.
5-2 Reach out to college graduates and provide opportunities for continuing education to develop their professional and research capabilities.
3-5 Enhance the positive image of the college