Webinar ~ Online Master of Public Administration

Video Conference

Connect with us via Zoom to hear from our faculty and student advisors about the flexible delivery options and application process.

Established in 2007, by the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan, 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.

A Program Designed for Working Professionals
Whether you are interested in advancing or shifting careers in the public service, or the NGO or non-profit sectors, our online Master of Public Administration (MPA) program provides you with the confidence, management knowledge and leadership skills needed for effective public administration and policy analysis

During your program, you will gain valuable experience and knowledge in:

  • Analysis and Use of Evidence – how to use evidence and develop the necessary analytical skills to succeed in a public administration career;
  • Politics and Democracy – ensuring that students have a deep understanding of the role of politics and democracy in public policy development including the roles of the various institutions and policy actors; and
  • Policy Delivery – the importance of effective service delivery and the ongoing management and evaluation of public policy.



We understand that your needs may evolve over the coming months. This is why we are excited about our online MPA and its three-pillar approach to learning—flexible, engaged, and applied.

Join us via Zoom to learn more about the program and how to apply online! 

To register, please email jsgs@usask.ca.

Note, Saskatchewan (CST) is currently on the same time as Alberta (MDT) - 1 hour ahead of Pacific Daylight Time (PDT), and 2 hours behind Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Event Details

01:00 PM - 02:30 PM CST
Via Zoom


Emmy Neuls