Established in 2007, by the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan (USask), the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is a joint provincial school dedicated to educating graduate students, public servants and those across sectors who are interested in, and devoted to, advancing public value. With nationally accredited graduate programs and a wealth of executive education training opportunities, the school is widely recognized for its innovative professional training and research excellence.
Are you intrigued by the complex network of public and private interests that impact society? Do you want to conduct research that will contribute to the study of public policy in the real world? Our students learn from, work alongside and are mentored by globally renowned scholars and former senior public servants. There really is no better combination than getting discovery, experience, and accountability in the same room.
The Master of Public Policy and Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy programs provide you with the knowledge of classical and contemporary theories of public policy, different frameworks, and research concepts and techniques for collecting and analyzing data. Plus you are able to conduct original research that addresses 21st century policy challenges!
To learn more about our research-based degrees and how to apply, please join our next information session. This session is being held via Zoom, so please register in advance and a link will be emailed to you.
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