Study public and International Affairs at the Bush School

Study Public and International Affairs at the Bush School
In a little more than a decade, the Bush School has made remarkable strides toward becoming one of the leading public and international affairs graduate schools in the nation. The belief of George Bush, 41st President of the United States, in the nobility of public service has been the cornerstone of the School’s philosophy and continues to shape all aspects of the curriculum, research, and student experience.

The Master of Public Service and Administration and the Master’s Program in International Affairs are the two academic cornerstones of the School. In addition to the successful degree programs, the School has also instituted an expanding online and extended education program that includes certificates in advanced international affairs, homeland security, and nonprofit management.

Distinguished, multidisciplinary faculty members have gained national and international prominence for their research, publications, and leadership of significant conferences on key issues of public policy. The Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy and the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs were established to conduct policy-oriented research.

In its short history, the School has had a significant impact in the public service arena through research and the development of public servants and principled leaders.
Certificate in Advance International Affairs
Certificate in Fiscal Management
Certificate in Homeland Security
Certificate in International Nongovernmental Organizations
Certificate in Performance Management
Certificate in Philanthropy and Fundraising
Certificate of Nonprofit Management

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