The School of Political Studies located in the Faculty of Social Science offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts (MA) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Public Administration.
The main objective of the master’s program is to provide students with leading-edge theoretical and conceptual knowledge to enable them to understand and analyze public administration, as well as equipping them with the know-how and skills necessary for success in a constantly changing organizational environment. Emphasis is placed on the development of research skills.
The program aims to familiarize students with critical methods of knowledge production and to develop their capacity for conducting basic and applied research. Furthermore, they will develop the ability to extract from research the learning necessary for undertaking their responsibilities as public managers and policy analysts.
The program offers two fields or concentrations in public administration: public management and public policy. These fields are not mutually exclusive, but constitute the two main components of public administration studies.
The MA program is offered both full- and part-time, whereas the PhD program is offered full-time only. The programs are offered in French and English and the use of both languages is encouraged. Students can choose the master’s with thesis or the master’s with research paper.
The department offers a collaborative program in Women’s Studies at the MA level. For more information on this program, see Admission.
The programs operate within the general framework of the general regulations of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (FGPS) of the University of Ottawa, which are posted on the FGPS website.
Search all research fields for members of the teaching staffThe professors included in the list below are members of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. This means that they are authorized to supervise or co-supervise theses. A complete list of the faculty and staff members associated with the program can be found at http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/pol/graduate-studies
ANDREW, Caroline P., Distinguished University Professor
Urban development; women and politics; municipal politics; urban politic; intergovernmental relations in Canada; social policies (municipal); women (access to public services); management of diversity; voluntary sectorAREL, Dominique, Associate Professor
Language politics and nationalism; Ethnic and religious violence; The politics of the census; Politics in Ukraine; Politics in East Central Europe and EurasiaBURLONE, Nathalie, Associate Professor
Public policy analysis; interorganisational coordination; horizontal issues; decision making; family policiesCARDINAL, Linda, Full Professor
Citizenship debates; relationship between law; history and politics, issues of modernity and identity Québec; Ireland and United Kingdom; governance of minority languages; Canada-Europe; francophones outside Québec; women and minorities; history of political ideas in CanadaCHAMPAGNE, Eric, Assistant Professor
Public sector reforms; Organization Development; Multilevel governance; International Development; Metropolitan and municipal governance; Sustainable transport policiesCOUTURE, Jean-Pierre, Assistant Professor
Methodology and epistemology of symbolic practices; contemporary political theory; classical and modern political thoughtDENIS, Claude, Full Professor
Relation between state and society; canadian context; indigenous politics; francophone minorities; and conflicting nationalisms in Canada; mexican politics; transition to democracy; human rights and indigenous rightsDEWAR, David, Adjunct Professor
Public finance; performance management; machinery of governmentGATTINGER, Monica, Associate Professor
The influence of continental integration and globalization on public policy/public administration; Cultural policy; trade policy; energy policy and regulation; governance and the role of the state; public consultationMASSON, Dominique, Cross-appointment
Feminist studies; political sociology; sociology of social movements; women's movement; qualitative methodsMEVELLEC, Anne, Associate Professor
Action publique et territoire; mise en oeuvre des politiques publiques; métier d'élu local; gouvernance municipaleOHEMENG, Frank, Assistant Professor
Comparative public administration; comparative public policy; development administration and management; organization theory; theories of public sector management and governanceORSINI, Michael, Associate Professor
Health policy; interest groups; social movements; public policy; VIH/SIDA; hepatitis C; narrative analysis, Aboriginal politicsPAQUETTE, Jonathan, Associate Professor
Organizational theories and public management; professional identities, professions and occupations in the public sector; museums, museum policy and the administration of cultural organizations in the public sector; scientific cultureROCHER, François, Full Professor
Canadian federalism; constitutional politics, nationalism and multinationalism in the Canadian context, immigration and citizenshipROUILLARD, Christian, Full Professor
Governance and public management; renewal of managerial thought and practices; administrative reforms in Canada and Québec; horizontal management and collaborations, relations of power and organizational cultures in complex bureaucracies; psychological contract in the Canadian federal public serviceSIMARD, Louis, Associate Professor
Public action and policy analysis; organizational theories; political sociology of environment and energy; deliberation; concertation and negotiationSTOCKEMER, Daniel, Assistant Professor
Political participation; Elections; Social movements; Right-wing extremism; Democracy and democratization; Women's representation; Quantitative and qualitative methodsTELLIER, Geneviève, Associate Professor
Budgetary Policies ; comparative Canadian provincial politics; quantitative research methodologyTREMBLAY, Manon, Full Professor
Canadian politics; women and politics; interest groups and social movements; parlementary system; Quebec politics; sexual diversity; representation and electoral systemsTURENNE-SJOLANDER, Claire, Full Professor
Globalization; Canadian foreign policy; gender and international politics; theory of international relations; international political economy; international politics; American foreign policyTURGEON, Luc, Assistant Professor
Welfare State; political economy; social movements; intergovernmental relations; comparative historical sociologyWALLNER, Jennifer, Assistant Professor
Federalism; Comparative Provincial Politics; Intergovernmental Relations
Admission to the graduate program in Public Administration is governed by the general regulations of the FGPS.
To be considered for admission, applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree with specialization or a major in public administration or in a related discipline with a minimum average of 70% (B).
Students whose first language is other than French or English must provide proof in their application of their level of competence in these languages. The Public Administration Program reserves the right to conduct an interview and to require a test in either language. If a student’s research interests require comprehension of a language other than French or English, the Public Administration Program may require proof of such competency.
In accordance with the University of Ottawa regulation, students have a right to produce their work, their thesis, and to answer examination questions in French or in English.
Students can choose the MA with thesis or the MA with research paper.
Collaborative Program in Women's Studies at the Master's Level
The public administration program participates in the collaborative program in Women’s Studies at the master’s level. The collaborative program was created to enable students to enrich their education in public administration by adding the interdisciplinary dimension of women's studies. Students should indicate in their initial application for admission that they wish to be accepted into the collaborative program. For further details, see the description of the program posted on the FGPS website.
The Women's Studies program consists of two compulsory Women's Studies (FEM) courses as well as a thesis or a research paper on a subject linked to Women's Studies. One of the FEM courses will count towards the requirements of the master's program with thesis, replacing the elective course. Both FEM courses will count towards the requirements of the master's program with research paper replacing two electives.
Master's Degree with Thesis12 course credits including 9 compulsory credits (PAP6502*; PAP6103; and PAP6110 or PAP6111) and 3 elective credits chosen from the graduate courses in public administration or in other programs.Presentation of a thesis proposal (PAP6998).Presentation and defense of a thesis (PAP7999) based on an original research carried out under the direct supervision of a faculty member of the Department.NOTE: Registration is limited to a maximum of three courses / seminars per session, not including the thesis proposal. Registration in the thesis proposal should take place as early as possible, ideally in the first session but by the third session at the latest.
*PAP6502, offered only in French, is compulsory for all students. Language support is available to those who might need it.
PAP6998 PROJET DE THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE / MASTER’S THESIS PROPOSAL
Students should begin the process of selecting a thesis topic and potential supervisor immediately upon commencing the program. The topic and supervisor are selected in consultation with an adviser and must be registered with the FGPS no later than the end of the second session in the program. Once the topic and supervisor have been chosen, the thesis proposal is prepared with the help of the supervisor.
The defence of the topic, which is the only requirement of POL6998, must be completed before the end of the third session of registration (preferably earlier). Once the topic has been defended, students are allowed to register for the thesis (PAP7999).
The thesis proposal is assessed by a committee, composed of the thesis supervisor and another professor chosen by the professor in charge of graduate studies in public administration in consultation with the student and the thesis supervisor.
PAP7999 THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE / MA THESIS (12cr.)
The thesis is prepared under the direction of the supervisor and evaluated following submission by a committee of professors proposed by the professor in charge of graduate studies in public administration. It is normally approximately twenty-five thousand words (between 80 and 120 pages).
The thesis must demonstrate the student’s capacity for scholarly analysis of a specific subject. It does not have to be an exhaustive study of the kind expected of a doctoral dissertation, but it must display a capacity for rigorous analysis of a specific subject. It is judged as much for its methodological quality as for its contribution to knowledge.
Master's Degree with Research Paper18 credits including 9 compulsory credits (PAP6502*; PAP6103; and PAP6110 or PAP6111) and 9 elective credits chosen from the graduate courses in public administration or in other programs.Presentation of a research paper (PAP7998) based on an original research carried out under the direct supervision of a faculty member of the Department.NOTE: Registration is limited to a maximum of three courses / seminars per session, not including the thesis proposal.
*PAP6502, offered only in French, is compulsory for all students. Language support is available to those who might need it.
PAP7998 MÉMOIRE / RESEARCH PAPER (6cr.)
Registration for the research paper is permitted in the second session. The research paper is approximately 12,000 words (50 pages) in length. It is evaluated by the supervisor and by another professor appointed by the professor in charge of graduate studies. Research papers are graded alpha and the grade (the average of both evaluations) appears on the transcript.
Collaborative Program in Women's StudiesStudents admitted to the Collaborative program in women's studies at the master's level must meet the requirements for a master's degree in their primary program as well as the requirements of the women's studies program. Normally, the women's studies courses are recognized as partial fulfillment of the requirements of the student's primary program, in which case the passing grade in the relevant FEM course or courses is the same as that specified for the primary program.
The Women's Studies requirements are:
Two compulsory courses:FEM5300 FEMINIST THEORIES (3cr.)
FEM5103 FEMINIST METHODOLOGIES (3cr.)
Students must complete the two compulsory courses before their first registration for the major research paper or thesis.
A thesis or research paper on a topic related to women, gender, feminism or sexualities. The proposed topic must be approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee as well as by the student’s primary program. The thesis or research paper must demonstrate knowledge of feminist scholarship in the field or fields appropriate to the topic, and of feminist methodologies where applicable.The thesis supervisor must possess Women’s Studies and/or feminist expertise. In the case of a research paper, the supervisor should, ideally, possess Women’s Studies and/or feminist expertise. If not, one of the readers must possess such expertise. Joint supervision by a professor from the participating unit and a professor chosen by the WSGC may be appropriate in some cases.Thesis or research paper proposal: The thesis or research paper proposal must be approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee as well as by the primary program. Usually the thesis or major research paper proposal is submitted to women’s studies by the end of the third session of the first year of studies. For the primary programs that do not require a proposal, students must still submit a proposal to the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee.Examiner or Reader: One of the examiners (for the thesis) or reader (for the major research paper) must be a person approved by the Women’s Studies Graduate Committee.The passing grade in all courses is C+. Students who fail two courses (equivalent to 6 credits) must withdraw from the program.The Co-op OptionIn collaboration with the University of Ottawa’s co-op office, a co-op option is offered to a limited number of students in the master’s with research paper. This option gives selected students the opportunity to acquire practical work experience by completing two one-session (four months) work placements, normally in the public service.
There are two possibilities within the co-op option. One is to complete the first co-op work placement in the spring session of the first year and the second placement in the winter session of the second year. The other possibility is to complete two consecutive work placements over the spring session of the first year and the fall session of the second year. The eight-month placement enables students to engage in a longer project within the host organization and thus acquire a more valuable work experience. In both cases, students who enrol in the co-op option will obtain twelve credits (six credits per work placement) for their work experience and co-op reports. Each work term is graded P/F (Pass or Fail), based on the employer’s report and on a written report completed by the student. The student reports will be evaluated by a professor in the program (who also serves as the program’s representative on the University’s co-op Committee).
The credits awarded for co-op work terms may not be used to obtain equivalences for other courses. In other words, the co-op credits are additional to the minimum requirements of the MA degree.
To remain enrolled in the co-op option, students must:
Maintain full-time status.Maintain a 7.0 grade point average.Obtain a passing grade for each work term.Transfer from Master’s to PhD ProgramStudents enrolled in the master’s program with thesis may be allowed to transfer to the PhD program without being required to write a master’s thesis. For additional information, please consult the “Admission” section of the PhD program. Duration of the ProgramFull-time students are expected to fulfill all requirements of the master’s with thesis and the master’s with research paper with co-op option within two years. Full-time students are expected to fulfill all requirements of the master’s with research paper (without co-op) within 16 months. The maximum time permitted is four years from the date of initial registration in the program, whether full- or part-time.
ResidenceAll students must complete a minimum of three sessions of full-time registration at the beginning of the program. In the case of transfer to the PhD, the residency period for the PhD is nine full-time sessions from the date of initial registration in the program.
Minimum StandardsThe passing grade in all courses is C+. Students who fail two courses (equivalent to 6 credits), the thesis proposal, the research paper, the thesis or whose progress is deemed unsatisfactory are required to withdraw.
PAP6001 STAGE COOP I / CO-OP WORK TERM I (6cr.)
Expérience en milieu de travail. Le stage est évalué P (réussite) / F (échec) par un professeur du programme basé sur l’évaluation fournie par le superviseur du stage et le rapport de stage rédigé par l’étudiant. / Experience in a workplace setting. Graded P (Pass) / F (Fail) by a professor in the program based on the work performance evaluation provided by the workplace supervisor and the student’s work term report.
PAP6002 STAGE COOP II / CO-OP WORK TERM II (6cr.)
Expérience en milieu de travail. Le stage est évalué P (réussite) / F (échec) par un professeur du programme basé sur l’évaluation fournie par le superviseur du stage et le rapport de stage rédigé par l’étudiant. Préalable : PAP6001. / Experience in a workplace setting. Graded P (Pass) / F (Fail) by a professor in the program based on the work performance evaluation provided by the workplace supervisor and the student’s work term report. Prerequisite: PAP6001.
PAP6101 GLOBALIZATION AND CONTINENTAL INTEGRATION (3cr.)
Examination of the impacts of socio-economic, technological and cultural globalization on our systems of governance both internationally and domestically. Analysis of the role of the nation-state in a context of simultaneous decentralization and internationalization, with a particular focus on global institutions and North American integration.
PAP6102 DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE (3cr.)
This seminar provides an examination of how democratic governments structure their decision-making processes for effectiveness, representation and accountability. A particular focus of this seminar is a critical evaluation of the New Public Management reforms, and an in-depth review of different models of government intervention and policy-making from a comparative perspective.
PAP6103 RESEARCH METHODS (3cr.)
Study of different methodological approaches used in public administration, conceptual tools and research methods (discourse analysis, content analysis, quantitative methods (statistics and probability), interview techniques, etc.) necessary for leading-edge research in public management and policy public. Epistemological and ontological questions related to the different approaches. Development of major research paper or thesis proposal.
PAP6110 THEORIES OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (3cr.)
(Core course for students in the field of public management.) Presentation of major components of public management (managerial roles and functions, planning, organizational cultures, leadership and motivation, human resources managements, change management, etc.). Study of the main theoretical approaches in public management, with the aim of relating them critically to one another and undertaking a critical analysis of the methodological and theoretical contributions of the various approaches.
PAP6111 THEORIES OF PUBLIC POLICY (3cr.)
(Core course for students in the field of public policy.) Presentation of the different stages of the policy process, notably emergence, development, implementation and evaluation, as well as the influence of institutions, ideas and interests on public policy. The objective is to present the main theoretical approaches (neo-institutionalism, post-positivism, political economy, etc.) with the aim of relating them critically to one another and critically analyzing their methodological and theoretical contributions.
PAP6120 ETHICS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (3cr.)
Study of the theoretical and empirical issues related to ethics in the public sector, analysis of the literature on the philosophical and political foundations of ethical reflection and the literature on ethics and public administration. Themes addressed include citizenship and democracy, responsibility and accountability, the public interest, contemporary issues in ethics in the public sector and social justice in public decision-making.
PAP6121 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: COORDINATION AND CONSISTENCY (3cr.)
Examination of the influence of structural and social processes on the theory and practice of public administration. The course will examine the mechanisms and issues of coordination in its multiple forms: multi-level coordination, coordination across the public, private and community sectors, horizontal and vertical coordination. The course will also address the challenges and issues of consistency in the process of public policy development and implementation and will examine a number of cases and international comparisons.
PAP6122 CULTURE AND POWER IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS (3cr.)
Informal dimensions of public organizations, including organizational cultures and power relations that mesh with organizational issues. Sociopolitical analysis of organizations to improve understanding of factors of inertia, resistance and blockage that influence, to different degrees, possibilities for innovation and change in public administration.
PAP6130 SELECTED THEMES IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (3cr.)
PAP6501 MONDIALISATION ET INTÉGRATION CONTINENTALE (3cr.)
Examen de l'impact sur la gouvernance à l'échelle internationale et nationale de la mondialisation des secteurs socio-économique, technologique et culturel. Analyse du rôle joué par l'état-nation dans un contexte de décentralisation et d'internationalisation simultanées, en mettant particulièrement l'accent sur les institutions mondiales et l'intégration nord-américaine.
PAP6502 GOUVERNANCE DÉMOCRATIQUE - RENDEMENT ET IMPUTABILITÉ (3cr.)
Examen des mesures prises par les gouvernements démocratiques pour s'assurer que les processus de prise de décision répondent aux critères d'efficacité, de représentativité, et d'imputabilité. Accent sur l'examen critique des réformes récentes des modes de gestion à la fonction publique et étude approfondie des différents modes d'intervention gouvernementale et d'élaboration de politiques d'un point de vue comparatif.
PAP6503 MÉTHODES DE RECHERCHE (3cr.)
Étude de différentes approches méthodologiques utilisées en administration publique, outils conceptuels et méthodes de recherche (analyse de discours, analyse de contenu, méthodes quantitatives (statistiques et probabilités), techniques d’entrevue, etc.) nécessaires pour faire de la recherche de pointe en gestion publique et en politiques publiques. Questions épistémologiques et ontologiques associées à ces diverses approches. Élaboration du projet de mémoire ou de thèse.
PAP6510 THÉORIES EN GESTION PUBLIQUE (3cr.)
(Cours noyau pour les étudiants dans le champ de la gestion publique.) Présentation des grandes composantes de la gestion publique (rôles et fonctions manageriels, planification, cultures organisationnelles, leadership et motivation, gestion des ressources humaines, gestion du changement, etc.). Étude des principales approches théoriques de la gestion publique, dans le but de les relier et d’entreprendre l’analyse critique des apports méthodologiques et théoriques des diverses approches.
PAP6511 THÉORIES EN POLITIQUES PUBLIQUES (3cr.)
(Cours noyau pour les étudiants dans le champ des politiques publiques.) Présentation des différentes phases de l’analyse des politiques publiques, notamment celles de l’émergence, de l’élaboration, de la mise en œuvre et de l’évaluation, ainsi que de l’influence des institutions, des idées et des intérêts sur les politiques publiques. L’objectif sera de présenter les principales approches théoriques de politiques publiques (néo-institutionnalisme, post-positivisme, économie politique, etc.), de les relier de façon critique et d'entreprendre une analyse des apports méthodologiques et théoriques des diverses approches.
PAP6520 ÉTHIQUE PUBLIQUE (3cr.)
Étude des enjeux théoriques et empiriques reliés à l’éthique publique, analyse de la littérature sur les fondements philosophiques et politiques de la réflexion éthique et de la littérature sur l’éthique et l’administration publique. Les thèmes abordés incluent la citoyenneté et la démocratie, la responsabilité et la reddition de comptes, l'intérêt public, les enjeux éthiques publics contemporains et la justice sociale dans le contexte de la prise de décision publique.
PAP6521 ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE : COORDINATION ET COHÉRENCE (3cr.)
Examen de l’influence des processus structurels et sociaux sur la théorie et la pratique de l’administration publique. Le cours traitera des mécanismes et enjeux de coordination dans ses multiples formes : coordination à niveaux multiples, coordination entre secteurs publics, privés et communautaires, coordination horizontale et verticale. Le cours abordera également les défis et enjeux de cohérence du processus de production et mise en œuvre des politiques publiques et examinera certains cas et comparaisons internationales.
PAP6522 CULTURES ET POUVOIR DANS LES ORGANISATIONS PUBLIQUES (3cr.)
Dimension informelle de l’organisation publique, à savoir les cultures organisationnelles et les relations de pouvoir qui se conjuguent invariablement aux enjeux organisationnels. Lecture sociopolitique de l’organisation pour mieux saisir les facteurs d’inertie, de résistance et de blocage qui pèsent, à des degrés divers, sur les possibilités d’innovation et de changement dans l’administration publique.
PAP6530 THÈMES CHOISIS EN ADMINISRATION PUBLIQUE (3cr.)
PAP6980 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)
PAP6998 PROJET DE THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE / MASTER’S THESIS PROPOSAL
PAP7998 MÉMOIRE / RESEARCH PAPER (6cr.)
L’inscription au mémoire est permise dès la deuxième session d’études. Le mémoire a environ douze mille mots (environ 50 pages). Il est évalué par la personne qui l’a dirigé et par un autre professeur nommé par le directeur des études supérieures. Le mémoire est noté S (satisfaisant) ou NS (non satisfaisant). / Registration for the research paper is permitted in the second session. The research paper is approximately 12,000 words (50 pages) in length. It is evaluated by the supervisor and by another professor appointed by the professor in charge of graduate studies. The research paper is graded S (satisfactory) or NS (not satisfactory).
PAP7999 THÈSE DE MAÎTRISE / MA THESIS (12cr.)
PAP8111 RESEARCH SEMINAR IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION II (3cr.)
Preparation for writing the thesis (including the thesis proposal) in public administration. Continuation of the themes presented in the previous seminar (PAP8510 Séminaire de recherche en administration publique I). Different stages of research in public management and public policy, notably the development of the research question, literature review, theoretical framework, methodological approach and the development of empirical data. Different strategies of knowledge diffusion (conferences, articles, book chapters, etc.) and preparation for the thesis proposal defence. Prerequisite: PAP8510
PAP8510 SÉMINAIRE DE RECHERCHE EN ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE I (3cr.)
Préparation à la rédaction de la thèse (incluant le projet de thèse) en administration publique. Présentation des dimensions ontologiques (qu’est-ce qui compose le domaine du savoir?) et épistémologique (comment savons-nous ce que nous savons ?) caractérisant la recherche en gestion publique et en politiques publiques. Initiation aux différentes étapes de la production de connaissances (formulation de la problématique de recherche, revue de littérature, cadre théorique, etc.).
PAP8511 SÉMINAIRE DE RECHERCHE EN ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE II (3cr.)
Préparation à la rédaction de la thèse (incluant le projet de thèse) en administration publique. Poursuite de l’analyse des thèmes abordés au séminaire précédent (PAP8510 Séminaire de recherche en administration publique I). Initiation aux différentes étapes de la production des connaissances, notamment la formulation de la problématique de recherche, la revue de littérature, le cadre théorique, la démarche méthodologique et la production des données empiriques. Initiation aux différentes stratégies de diffusion des connaissances (conférences, rédaction d’articles, de chapitres de livre, etc.), avec un souci particulier pour la préparation à la soutenance du projet de thèse. Préalable : PAP8510.
PAP9310 PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (3cr.)
In-depth study of the field of public management. Presentation of the formal dimensions (direction, organization, budgeting, strategy, planning, control, etc.) and informal dimensions (leadership, motivation, mobilization, organizational culture, coordination, power relations, etc.) in public management. Critical analysis of the principal theoretical approaches and tendencies of public management and their theoretical and methodological contributions.
PAP9311 PUBLIC POLICY (3cr.)
In-depth study of the field of public policy. Different stages in the policy process (emergence, development, implementation and evaluation). The objective is to present the main theoretical approaches and tendencies (neo-institutionalism, post-positivism, political economy, etc.), relating them critically to one another and critically analyzing their methodological and theoretical contributions.
PAP9320 SEMINAR IN MAJOR FIELD: PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (3cr.)
This course deepens the knowledge acquired in the course PAP9310 Public Management for doctoral candidates with public management as the Major Field.
PAP9330 SEMINAR IN MAJOR FIELD: PUBLIC POLICY (3cr.)
This course deepens the knowledge acquired in the course PAP9311 Public Policy for doctoral candidates with public policy as the Major Field.
PAP9710 GESTION PUBLIQUE (3cr.)
Étude approfondie du domaine de la gestion publique. Présentation des composantes formelles (direction, organisation, budgétisation, stratégie, planification, contrôle, etc.) et informelles (leadership, motivation, mobilisation, culture organisationnelle, coordination, relations de pouvoir, etc.) en gestion publique. Analyse critique des principales approches et courants théoriques de la gestion publique et de leurs apports théoriques et méthodologiques.
PAP9711 POLITIQUES PUBLIQUES (3cr.)
Étude approfondie du domaine des politiques publiques. Différentes phases de l’analyse des politiques publiques (émergence, élaboration, mise en œuvre et évaluation). L’objectif sera de présenter les principales approches et courants théoriques dans le domaine des politiques publiques (néo-institutionnalisme, post-positivisme, économie politique, etc.), de les relier de façon critique et d’entreprendre une analyse de leurs apports théoriques et méthodologiques.
PAP9720 SÉMINAIRE DANS LE CHAMP MAJEUR : GESTION PUBLIQUE (3cr.)
Ce cours approfondira les connaissances acquises lors du cours PAP9710 Gestion publique pour les doctorants avec gestion publique comme champ majeur.
PAP9730 SÉMINAIRE DANS LE CHAMP MAJEUR : POLITIQUES PUBLIQUES (3cr.)
Ce cours approfondira les connaissances acquises lors du cours PAP9711 Politiques publiques pour les doctorants dont le champ majeur est politiques publiques.
PAP9980 LECTURE DIRIGÉE / DIRECTED READING (3cr.)
Etude indépendante, sous la direction d’un professeur membre du programme. Le sujet et les exigences doivent être approuvés par le directeur des études supérieures./ Independent study under the direction of a faculty member in the program. The topic and requirements must be approved by the director of graduate studies.
PAP9988 EXAMEN DE SYNTHÈSE – champ mineur / COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION – Minor Field
L’examen de synthèse a pour but de vérifier les connaissances dans le champ mineur. Il a lieu généralement vers la fin de la troisième session d’inscription au programme. / The comprehensive examination is aimed at evaluating the student’s knowledge of their minor field.
PAP9989 EXAMEN DE SYNTHÈSE – champ majeur / COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION / Major Field
L’examen de synthèse a pour but de vérifier les connaissances dans le champ majeur. Il a lieu généralement vers la fin de la troisième session d’inscription au programme. / The comprehensive examination is aimed at evaluating the student’s knowledge of their major field.
PAP9997 PROJET DE THÈSE DE DOCTORAT / PhD THESIS PROPOSAL
PAP9999 THÈSE DE DOCTORAT / PhD THESIS