MIT program

Admission to the Master of International Trade (MIT) program has been suspended, as the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy will no longer be offering this program. Students currently enrolled in the MIT program have until end of April 2019 to complete their outstanding courses. The course offerings will continue according to the current schedule (below), to allow students to complete the program and graduate.
Winter 2018
Spring/Summer 2018
Fall 2018
Winter 2019


The Master of International Trade (MIT) is an online, course-based program that brings together practical experience with academic expertise in a unique and innovative interdisciplinary approach to international trade. Addressing a range of political, economic, commercial, technological, legal and social issues, the program is designed for professionals and practitioners currently engaged in international trade and trade policy in government, international organizations and the private sector, as well as students interested in pursuing a career in international trade.


The tuition for the MIT program is $2,143 per three-credit-unit course, with a total of 27 credit units required to complete the program. Tuition is assessed on a per-course basis and is paid before the term in which the coursework is taken. The University of Saskatchewan does not provide financial assistance for students enrolled in the Master of International Trade program. 

Please note, tuition and fees are subject to change. Should there be a discrepancy between the information posted on the institution's website and information posted on the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy website, the institution website should be viewed as accurate.

Nominal student fees varying by term are also assessed. 

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