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Contact Admissions

In-Residence Degree Programs

Master of Public Service and Administration
Master of International Affairs

Bush School Admissions Office

(979) 862-3476
bushschooladmissions@tamu.edu

Contact Extended Education

Online & In-Residence Certificates

Advanced International Affairs
Homeland Security
Nonprofit Management

1-866-988-BUSH (2874)
bushschoolonline@tamu.edu

The Bush School: A best-value option

June 29, 2017

The final months of your undergrad experience can be stressful. Whether it’s the pressure of finding a job, moving, saying goodbye to friends, or waiting for a graduate school acceptance letter, the weight can build on you. For me personally, stress stemmed from all things grad school. I knew I wanted to continue my education, but figuring how to pay for it was imperative. I had been blessed with a few scholarships and grants in undergrad, but I had loans, too. I didn’t want grad school to bury me in debt.

Since I was looking for programs focused on service, I researched public administration schools. During this search, I found that the Bush School was dedicated to making graduate school affordable. The generous scholarship that I received allowed me to keep my student debt in check and made pursuing a graduate degree affordable. The education I received was top notch, and I never once regretted my financial choice. And now that I have graduated and moved past those final graduate school stresses, I’m relieved to know that finances are not among my worries.


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Written by Angela King, MPSA ‘17