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Master of Public Administration (MPA) About the MPA Program The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program, accredited by the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA), is designed to prepare students for careers in public administration and policy work in diverse areas such as non-government organizations, industry associations, and, of course, the public service. MPA students are exposed to core concepts in policy formation and analysis, and have the opportunity to explore substantive areas such as social policy, health policy, innovation policy, trade and immigration policy, resource and environmental policy, and public sector management. This combination of theory, application and research ensures that our…show more content…
FALASTEIN, PROJECT MANAGER - STRATEGIC PLANNING, PLANNING, POLICY & PERFORMANCE, SASKATOON HEALTH REGION; MPA GRADUATE, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN CAMPUS > JSGS 817 - Health Policy > JSGS 818 - Program Evaluation > JSGS 819 - Gender and Public Policy > JSGS 822 - Comparative Public Policy > JSGS 840 - Public Policy and Public Opinion > JSGS 849 - Social Economy and Public Policy > JSGS 854 - Higher Education Policy > JSGS 859 - Innovation Policy > JSGS 863 - Aboriginal Peoples and Public Policy > JSGS 864 - Social Policy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives > JSGS 868 - Resource and Environmental Policy > JSGS 872 - International Trade and Commercial Policy (online) > JSGS 875 - Politics of International Trade (online) The three remaining elective courses (9 credit units) must be selected from the courses offered by the school and can be taken at either campus. JSGS 872 and JSGS 875, which are on the list of approved public policy restricted electives, are both online courses. Students wishing to take online courses other than these two must first have approval from the graduate chair at their home campus. Please note, space is limited in online courses and priority will be given to students enrolled in the MIT
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