Master of Public Administration

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2024 National Case Competition Champions

2024 Health Policy Symposium & Duncan Sinclair Lectureship | Dr. Rick Glazier

April 24, 2024 | 10:00 AM ET
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Welcome to the School of Policy Studies

The School of Policy Studies offers a rich and rewarding learning experience that is unsurpassed in Canada and matched only by the best public policy programs in the world.  Through high quality interactive teaching and integrated learning, we enhance leadership in public policy by providing students the inspiration, skills, competencies and connections to become better contributors to the public good.  The MPA curriculum includes core courses in economics, policy analysis, governance, management and quantitative methods.  Through elective courses, students apply their skills to the analysis and resolution of concrete policy and management problems.

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Recent Lectures

2024 Tom Courchene Distinguished Speaker

Prominent First Nations Leader and energy executive Margaret Kenequanash, CEO, Wataynikaneyap Power speaks on Connecting Remote First Nations in the Northwestern Ontario To The Provincial Power Grid.

2024 J. Douglas Gibson Lecturer

Omer Aziz, author of the memoir Brown Boy and Queen鈥檚 Alumnus discussed Citizenship in a Democracy: The Remaking of the World for the 21st Century.

2024 Donald Gow Memorial Lecturer

Her Excellency Amy Baker, Ambassador of Canada to the Kingdom of Norway delivers the 2024 Gow Memorial Lecture for the School of Policy Studies at 成人大片.

Upcoming Events

Recent News

Why Ottawa won鈥檛 come to grips with Canada鈥檚 productivity problem



Author:  Eugene Lang

The Line: At the NATO summit, Canada needs to pay for its ticket

Despite being one of the alliance's founding members, Canada has become one of its biggest free riders. Our allies have noticed. Here's how we change course.

Authors:  Eugene Lang and Vincent Rigby

From Phoenix to ArriveCAN: How to fix federal information technology procurement

Ensuring quality, cost-effective interfaces between citizens and their government should be treated as a top priority.

Authors:  George Melika-Abusefien, Thomas Goyer, Sarah Homsi, Kokul Sathiyapalan and Sally Twin

June 19, 2024

Opinion: Bank of Canada rate cuts won鈥檛 necessarily reduce mortgage costs

Mortgage rates move with bond rates and they're already 'inverted' 鈥 lower than short rates, which isn't normal and likely won't last.

June 12, 2024

Author:  Don Drummond

With capital-gains hike, Ottawa manipulates markets to score small, arbitrary goals

April 25, 2024

Special to the Globe and Mail

Author:  Don Drummond

Our North, Strong and Free: Odd innovations in Canadian defence policy

April 19, 2024

Contributed to Policy Options

Author: Eugene Lang