Anushree Jumde of Conway has been admitted to the Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) degree program at Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government and Public Service in College Station, Texas.

Jumde joins 61 other first-year MPSA students at the school, which is ranked in the top 13 percent of public policy programs at public universities in the country. The entering MPSA class includes students from 52 institutions in 22 states and five countries.

Founded in 1997, the Bush School of Government and Public Service is a professional graduate school offering master’s degrees in public service and administration and in international affairs. A nonpartisan institution, dedicated to defining excellence and nurturing future leaders in the noble ideals of public service, its mission is to prepare principled leaders for government and public service, conduct research, and perform service.

With a total enrollment of 275, the Bush School is a rapidly growing, continually changing educational institution. The School houses three research institutes: the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy; the Scowcroft Institute for International Affairs; and the Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics and Public Policy. Five graduate certificates are offered on campus and online: Certificates in Advanced International Affairs, Homeland Security, Nonprofit Management, National Security Affairs and China Studies.