At the Nebraska College of Business, you don't have to wait to lead the future. Challenge yourself to stretch your strengths through hands-on projects and customize your path with experiences to power your career. At our collaborative, close-knit Big Ten business school, discover how you can use business to positively impact the world.
Whether accelerating your career, pivoting your skillset or advancing business research to impact practice, start your next chapter in one of our undergraduate or graduate programs.
Undergraduate Areas of Study
How do you want to create your future? Learn by doing. Develop essential career skills. Expand your social network. Give back. Dive into classes. Prepare for grad school. No matter your goals, the College of Business is here to help you stretch your strengths and do big things.
Prepare for Your Career
Take your learning hands-on and develop essential career skills. We will support you every step of the way on your path to career and personal success.
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Make Friends and Make a Difference
Make meaningful relationships with faculty who care about you, peers you can rely on and your future business network.
Meet Your Academic Community
Customize our Big Ten academics and specialty programs to build a solid foundation for your career or graduate school.
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Our Commitment to Inclusive Excellence
At Nebraska Business, we believe in the power of every person. This belief is at the core of everything we do and is at the center of our commitment to fostering a more inclusive community.
2023 Nebraska Business Magazine
We’re celebrating our 110th year as a business school. The cover of this magazine highlights some of the memorable moments in time as we became the college that we are today.
Back in 2010, when it was announced that we were moving into the Big Ten, we went through a comprehensive strategic planning process and envisioned who we wanted to be. It resulted in the new building, Hawks Hall, in 2017. Since then, we’ve embarked on building a world-class college.
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Nebraska Business News
Husker gymnast Csenge Bácskay of Budapest, Hungary, looks forward to competing in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, representing her home country. The sophomore business administration major, who's spending quality time in the gym in preparation, also found a new academic interest through her courses at the College of Business — economics.
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Financial Times (2022)
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U.S. News & World Report (2023)