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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

Statistics for the Class of 2018

September 20, 2016

When posting stats from year to year, you can see some interesting trends over time. The Class of 2018 enters with 176 new students for Fall 2016. Our Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) and our Master of International Affairs (MIA) both increased enrollment while maintaining consistent, competitive averages.

Merit stats:

  • PSAA 3.40 GPA; 303 GRE
  • INTA 3.51 GPA; 309 GRE

PSAA Profile (MPSA degree):

  • Apps: 165
  • Enrolled: 83
  • Gender: 36% male, 64% female
  • % Non-Texas undergrads: 52%
  • Minority: 31%
  • International: 17%

INTA Profile (MIA degree):

  • Apps: 230
  • Enrolled: 93
  • Gender: 53% male, 47% female
  • % Non-Texas undergrads: 56%
  • Minority: 16%
  • International: 9%

Institutional overview:

  • 20 different Texas institutions represented (81 students): 10 students are TAMU POLS/ECON/INTS/SOCI undergrads joining our 5-yr programs
  • 63 U.S. institutions outside of Texas represented (74 students)
  • 17 international institutions (21 students): Countries represented in international enrollment of 22 incoming students= Afghanistan-2, Albania, Armenia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Georgia-2, Honduras, Korea, Malaysia-2, Mongolia, Pakistan-4, Romania, Syria


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