Contact Information for Texas A&M University - Bush School of Government and Public Service

4220 TAMU 
College Station
TX 77843 USA Work: (888) 620-5682
Fax: (888) 620-5682


Description: Committed to realizing the noble vision of its founder, George Bush, 41st President of the United States, the mission of the Bush School of Government and Public Service is to educate principled leaders in public and international affairs, conduct research, and perform service. The school offers 3 certificate programs.

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Accredidation: Courses are offered during the regular 15 week academic semesters - Spring & Fall, several can be taken during the 5½ week summer sessions. Access to online courses is available 24/7, anytime/anywhere


Credit Options: Bush School Online Students receive Official Texas A&M University Graduate Course Credit and transcript. If you have questions regarding transfer credit please contact the Bush School Online.

Platform: Online course are delivered via WebCT/Vista, a password protected course management environment. Course are asynchronous and can be accessed anytime-anywhere with an Internet connection

Geographies: Students may take Bush School Online courses online from anywhere - anytime

On Campus Requirements: While we always enjoy having online students visit our beautiful and impressive campus, there are no on-campus requirements. If at anytime a student does wish to visit the Bush School please let us know in advance and we will be happy to arrange a tour.

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  • Tech Requirements  Windows 98, 2000, NT, or XP; MacOS 9 or MacOS X; 64 MB of RAM, 1G of free disk space; Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Reader; 56K, DSL or Cable Modem; Internet Explorer 5.5, Netscape 4.78 or better; JavaScript & cookies enabled; Flash player
  • Admin Requirements  Contact the Bush School Online for application and registration information. One of our friendly admissions advisors is standing by to help you with the process
  • Costs  Undergrad tuition per credit is $213.25. Graduate tuition per credit is $491.25.
  • Scholarships  Bush School scholarships are merit-based aid for which all applicants are considered. They are currently awarded in increments of $15,000 to $1,000 a year and renewed and prorated for the second year (if students maintain a preset GPA). Competitive second-year students may disavow the scholarship in place of a graduate assistantship in year two if they choose. Incoming students are also considered for a one-time technology scholarship that helps procure a laptop computer
  • Loans  Contact us and let a helpful Financial Services Representative guide you through your Financial Aid options and help determine the best program for you. Programs include: Federal Stafford Loan, Federal PLUS Loan, Federal Pell Grant

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