There isa a growing demand for professionals with a public administration background in Canada. With three levels of government, there is a role for policy experts and administrators. Don't miss out on experiencing this very valuable program.
Some possible careers with an MPA are:
. Policy analyst . Program manager .Communications advisor .Performance auditor .Evaluation analyst .Client service manager .Research and statistical officer .ConsultantOperations & policy manager .Staffing advisor
The Master of Public Administration program at Dalhousie University is one of leading programs in the Country that has graduated many public-sector leaders. The program specializes in training for success in the public service in Canada and if this is an area you are interested, do explore the program at Dalhousie University. The MPA program creates an environment for students to learn the management skills required to lead public sector organizations. The emphasis is also on understanding public policy and how it governs decision-making in the public sector.
The MPA program seamlessly integrates varied subjects, allowing students to equip themselves with the skills required for a successful career in government. With a great faculty and paid work internship, you are guaranteed to learn and grow during the program.
For Indian students graduating with political science, public administration, finance, economics, social policy etc. the MPA will be very appealing. Your core thinking combined with the MPA program will place you well to be successful in government.
Students graduating from this program take on senior leadership functions in various levels of government. Depending on your background, you will be well poised to have an exciting career in government.
The next intake is September 2018. As an alum of the MPA program from Dalhousie University, I know this is a great program. If you are interested and have any queries, please drop me a line.
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