Opening its doors in 1997, the Bush School was named after George Bush, 41st President of the United States. Ranked 22nd among public universities for public affairs programs, the School educates principled leaders in public service and international affairs, conducts research, and performs service. 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, the School offers certificate programs in Homeland Security (online), Nonprofit Management (in-residence) and Advanced International Affairs (online or in-residence). Distinguished, multidisciplinary faculty members are national and international leaders in their fields, and the School is home to the Institute for Science, Technology & Public Policy, Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy, and the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs.
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"Public service is a noble calling, and we need men and women of character to believe in their communities, in their states, and in their country."