Dr. Barry Hogan is BCIT's Dean of Academic Planning and Quality Assurance, within the Vice President Academic Office. This role has a very broad scope, but focuses on advancing BCIT's educational quality agenda, which includes developing and supporting BCIT's various academic plans, and developing processes and policies to support program quality.
Barry joined BCIT in 2002 as Associate Dean of Marketing Management within BCIT's School of Business, following a progressive career in industry. Previous to BCIT, Barry held executive positions including Senior Vice-President of Marketing, and General Manager for some of Canada's largest and most dynamic consumer product companies. He has worked at senior levels in both Vancouver and Toronto, and conducted business across North America and in parts of Europe and Asia.
Barry chose BCIT because of the Institute's close relationship to business, combined with its unique style of applied education, taught by professionals who hold both academic and industry credentials.
Barry has served on and chaired numerous committees and councils, including academic, industry, organizational, and marketing associations. The following are a sampling of the committees Barry currently participates on at BCIT: Strategic Planning Council, Institutional Reporting Committee, Management Professional Development Committee, and the Education Council Programming Committee. In addition, Barry was appointed by BC's Minister of Advanced Education to serve on the Ministry's Degree Quality Assessment Board (DQAB). Barry has also been appointed to the Ministry's Quality Assurance Advisory Council.
- Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D), Simon Fraser University (2010).
- Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Toronto (1984).
- Bachelor of Commerce - Honours (B.Comm.), University of Windsor (1981).
- Certificate in Leadership and Development, Chair Academy, Banff Centre (2006)
Hogan, B. E., & Trotter, L. D. (2013). Academic freedom in Canadian higher education: Universities, colleges, and institutes were not created equal. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 43(2), 68-84. Retrieved from http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/cjhe/article/view/2427/184079
Hogan, B. E. (2010). Faculty Engagement at the British Columbia Institute of Technology: A Case Study in Institutional Decision-Making (Doctoral dissertation, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia). Retrieved from http://summit.sfu.ca/item/9987