Governments and non-government sectors around the world are dealing with complex issues such as food security, climate change, immigration and poverty.

Gain a better understanding of how government functions, and how policies are formed and implemented to benefit your community.

The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy delivers an innovative, practical and theoretically-based education that meets the needs of students, employers and the greater public. We are currently accepting applications in the following programs:

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs -- Online

Masters/Graduate Certificates

Jennifer Brooks, JSGS MPA Student and Executive Intern
Cheryl Camillo, JSGS Assistant Professor
Jennifer Ehrmantraut, JSGS Executive-in-Residence
Paul Thompson, JSGS Alumnus
Ken Coates, Canada Research Chair and JSGS Professor