Website: Master of Public Administration
The Master of Public Administration is the flagship professional program of the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, western Canada's newest School of Public Policy. Created by pooling resources from the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina, the School builds on the reputation and experience developed in a province renowned for innovation and service in public policy and administration.
The M.P.A. is an exciting program designed to prepare students for careers in policy work in such diverse areas as NGOs, industry associations and, of course, the public service. Students in the program will be exposed to core concepts in policy formation and analysis; they will also have the opportunity to explore areas such as health and social policy; science, technology and innovation; and trade and transnational regulation.
Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)
- a four-year honours degree, or equivalent, from a recognized college or university in an academic discipline relevant to the proposed field of study
- a cumulative weighted average of at least a 75% (U of S grade system equivalent) in the last two years of study (i.e. 60 credit units)
- Language Proficiency Requirements: Proof of English proficiency may be required for international applicants and for applicants whose first language is not English. See the College of Graduate Studies and Research Academic Information and Policies in this Catalogue for more information
Course Option - Degree Requirements
Students require a minimum passing grade of 70% in all courses used toward the M.P.A.
• GSR 960.0
• GSR 961.0 if research involves human subjects
• GSR 962.0 if research involves animal subjects
- JSGS 990.0
- a minimum 36 credit units, including:
- JSGS 801.3
- JSGS 802.3
- JSGS 805.3
- JSGS 806.3
- JSGS 807.3
- JSGS 808.3
- JSGS 838.3
- JSGS 880.3
- JSGS 882.3
- JSGS 883.1
- JSGS 884.2
- A minimum 6 credit units electives. Elective courses taken outside of JSGS course offerings require approval of the Graduate Chair.