Information Session: Connect Virtually and Explore our Master of Public Administration Program

Video Conference

Are you interested in a fulfilling career that delivers impact? Join our JSGS USask Interim Director and our JSGS USask Manager of Onsite Graduate Programs to learn more about our MPA program.

Now is the time to begin or accelerate your career in the public sector. Join the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School (JSGS) and learn how our graduate degree can help you secure fulfilling and diverse employment opportunities while contributing to the betterment of society.

Our students and +1,500 alumni worldwide want to make a difference. They are innovative thinkers and collaborative people who like to analyze issues from multiple viewpoints and perspectives. They think of the
world around them and want to contribute to complex problems—like healthcare, poverty, climate change, the economic crisis, governance, and more—facing governments and non-profit and co-operative organizations. Our JSGS community understands that to move ahead, we need to explore all options and put forward the best solutions.

If this sounds like you, let’s talk.

Join Alastair MacFadden, former Saskatchewan Deputy Minister of Immigration and Career Training and current Interim Director of the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s University of Saskatchewan campus, and Amy Hassett, JSGS USask Manager of Onsite Graduate Programs, to learn about our Master of Public Administration program and how it can help set you on a path for success! 



  • The standard MPA program length is two years; however, it can be completed in as little as 16
    months of full-time study.
  • Students join the MPA program from a variety of academic backgrounds.
  • Our courses are taught by both experienced faculty and former senior public servants.
  • We offer an Executive Internship Program where MPA students can gain valuable work experience while
    developing an extensive professional network.
  • Our upcoming application deadlines are February 1 and May 1 (international applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by February 1st).

Event Details

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST
Delivered by Zoom - Please register online and a link will be emailed to you.
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Karen Jaster-Laforge