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The Bush School of Government and Public Service is home to two residential masters' programs (MPSA-Public Service & Administration; MIA-International Affairs), an online executive EMPSA, and multiple online graduate certificates. The residential programs offer a challenging curriculum, leadership and writing programs, capstone projects, internships, and opportunities for both professional growth and public service, all at an affordable price with in-state tuition and scholarships for every MPSA and MIA student.
The Bush School's degrees provide a professional education for those seeking careers in the public or nonprofit sectors or in the governmental-focused private sector. Students can focus studies through a number of tracks and concentrations. The MPSA focuses on nonprofit mgmt., public mgmt., and public policy analysis while the MIA has a focus on national security and diplomacy and international development and economic policy; they also have three areas of regional interest: Europe, Middle East, and China. The nonpartisan programs enroll 75-90 students each per year.
The online Certificate in Advanced International Affairs (CAIA), Certificate in Homeland Security (CHLS), and Certificate in Nonprofit Management (CNPM) are for individuals who desire professional development in 4-5 courses from anywhere. As well, our new EMPSA opens summer 2016 for students with 5+ years of experience in nonprofits or homeland security issues. More details about both options, including courses, admissions, and funding opportunities, are on our website.