There are thousands of graduate programs around the country that have plenty to offer to students. You will need to do your research! Here are some important components of a graduate or professional program that you should investigate:
What courses are offered? Do these courses meet your area of interest?
Reputation/accreditation of the program and institution
Admissions test scores needed
Length of program
When are courses offered? Who teaches them?
Standard of living costs (housing, food, ect.)
Is it reasonable to work during the program?
Is there transportation available?
Can you be a part-time student?
Research and Teaching opportunities for students
Cooperative vs. Competitive Admissions
Are there any practicums or internships required?
Tuition rates and Financial Aid availability
Faculty Research interests and resources
Professional opportunities following graduation
Does the program require a comprehensive exam or a thesis?