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Bush School’s Online Executive Master’s Program Ranked Seventh in the Nation

November 13, 2017

The online Executive Master in Public Administration (EMPSA) degree, offered by the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, has been ranked seventh in the nation by TheBestSchools.org. A recent article on the website cited the School as one of the top thirty schools in the nation offering this online degree.

TheBestSchools.org provides in-depth rankings of degree programs as well as of colleges and universities. Their rankings are based on a balance of academic excellence, return on investment, and indirect or secondary benefits. The Bush School’s online Executive Master in Public Administration degree program was evaluated on the quality of the program, types of courses offered, the faculty, awards, rankings and reputation, and the School’s reputation for effectively providing online degree programs.

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