UVic: Public Administration
Since offering our first on campus classes in 1974, we have equipped graduates with the tools to build successful careers while contributing to their own communities. We offer professional graduate and undergraduate programs in public administration, dispute resolution, and community development. As we continue to innovate through new programs and delivery methods, we remain focused on providing the highest quality education to students who are passionate about making a difference.
We offer graduate programs in areas focused on communities and the public - Community Development, Dispute Resolution, and Public Administration; we also offer undergraduate diploma and certificate programs in Public Administration. For organizations, we can work with you to build the capacity of your employees through our custom workshops. Feel free to explore these pages to find out how we can help you build the community that you live in.
Wednesday April 16, 2014: Dr. David Zussman (Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Public Sector Management, Faculty of Social Sciences and Tefler School of Management, University of Ottawa) will explore the transition process of a newly elected political party moving from the status of Opposition to Government. This is a grand opportunity to better understand how government works during a crucial point in its life cycle.
Government Transitions: Beyond the Handover of Power – What Happens Behind the Scenes?