Public Policy, Administration & Law
The program is an executive/professional development program concentrating on the themes of constitutional and administrative law, public sector ethics, social justice and public sector management.
If you have management career goals in the public sector and nonprofit organizations, including senior officers with fire and police services, the program will meet your needs.
You will benefit from York’s established strengths in public and administrative law, public policy, public sector ethics, democratic administration, program evaluation, environmental policy, change management, e-government, social policy, human resources management, financial accountability, labour relations and public sector marketing.
You will be able to complete the program within two years through evening and weekend course offerings, making the program fully accessible to working civil servants and public sector employees.
The program was designed in close consultation with the three levels of government — federal, provincial and municipal.
Master of Public Policy, Administration and Law (MPPAL)
- Major research paper
|Minimum TOEFL (Paper-based)||600|
|Minimum TOEFL (Internet-based)||100|
|IELTS (Academic Module)||7.5|
|YUELI||Academic Program Level 9 with Distinction|
|YUELI Graduate Studies Preparation Program (GSPP)||Graduate with distinction|
|CAEL||Overall score of 70, no component score less than 60|
|Minimum CPE Score||C|
|Minimum CAE Score||B|
Additional Admission Requirements
Number of Recommendation(s)
- 3 recommendation(s)
- Applicants should have at least five years of significant work experience in the public, business-government or nonprofit sector, or should have an undergraduate degree related to public policy and administration.
- Resumé or CV
- Examples of written work
- Statement of areas of interest including experience/background