Master of Public Policy

Organisation: 
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School
Subject: 
Health policy
Course outline: 

The Master of Public Policy (MPP) provides students with opportunities to conduct research and contribute to the study of public policy and the application of policy expertise in the real world. Students graduating from this program possess the research skills necessary to play integral roles in the civil service, research organizations and industry associations. Top students from this program may go on to doctoral programs in public policy.

The program is designed so that students can finish in as little as 16-24 months of studying full time. Upon entry into the program, each student is assigned a research advisor and an advisory committee.

The MPP is a research-based degree that involves a combination of course work, research, and the writing of a thesis. Students are required to complete a minimum of 15 credit units of course work. Once an applicant has been admitted, the program of studies (i.e., selection of appropriate courses) will be determined.

Type of training: 
Master's degree
Delivery mode: 
Face to face
Language: 
English
City: 
Saskatoon and Regina
Location: 
Canada
Cost: 
Paid
Last updated: 
14/06/2017