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Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Students and faculty at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School have the opportunity to make a difference in today's world. In a time of change, when market economies are in turmoil and governments are pressed to produce compelling solutions to vexing problems, schools of public policy need to stay abreast of change by drawing on the expertise and insights of a multitude of disciplines and a host of practitioners.

Located on two university campuses – the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan – the school is a source of respected policy advice and commentary. With academic backgrounds such as political science, economics, sociology, geography, law and education, the school’s faculty members train graduate students in an interdisciplinary environment, educate the public on policy matters, and improve the knowledge base from which policymakers draw.


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