What will you learn?
The Master of Arts in Public Policy and Governance (MPG) will prepare students to become critical and analytical thinkers who can develop effective and equitable solutions to public policy and governance challenges.Through a carefully designed curriculum, students will be able to:
- Critically analyze the ideas, mechanisms, practices and outcomes that shape public policy problems, programs and policies;
- Identify and frame governance problems, provide purposive programmatic solutions, and undertake critical and impactful governance research;
- Become reflective practitioners in public affairs and pursue careers in the government, development organizations, social enterprises, think tanks, the media and other agencies involved in public affairs.
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