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|Deepen your knowledge of Canadian politics and political institutions while developing in-demand critical, analytic, management and research skills invaluable to your career. You'll explore the interface between politics and policy-making through a range of contemporary perspectives and across disciplines including economics, law, political science, public administration, management and justice studies.
Through courses in areas such as public administration, Canadian government and public law, you'll examine current and emerging debates regarding public institutions, law, human rights and diversity. You'll also gain a clear understanding of the theory and practice of government while acquiring expertise relevant to policy analysis, program evaluation and other public service functions.
Many courses involve simulations and exercises drawn from real world scenarios at all three levels of Canadian government. A limited number of practicum and internship placements are available for qualified students.
|Why choose this program?|
|Get detailed information on degree and program requirements to enter and graduate from this program.|
(This information is to be used in conjunction with the University undergraduate calendar, which in all cases is the final authority).
|This program can be completed part-time by taking courses at night, during the day, on the weekends or through distance education. |
|Careers:||Public Servant, Government Relations Manager, Management Consultant, Researcher, Manager of a Non-Profit Organization |
|Sample Courses:||Federalism and Public Policy; Human Resources Management; Politics, Law and the Courts; Public Law, Policy Analysis, Program Evaluation|
|Offered by:||School of Public Policy and Administration|
|Contact:||For more information, contact the School of Public Policy & Administration at 416-736-5384. |
|Student Clubs/Associations:||Public Policy & Administration Student Association|
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