PREPARE FOR THE CAREER FAIRS
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.
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Business and Law
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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.
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.
Explore Career Connections
Make meaningful relationships with faculty who care about you, peers you can rely on and your future business network.
Customize our Big Ten academics and specialty programs to build a solid foundation for your career or graduate school.
Explore Academic Life
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.
A marketing major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Morgan Shaw Parker, ’99, parlayed her internship at Nebraska Athletics into positions with the Kansas City Chiefs, Nike, the Atlanta Falcons and most recently, the Atlanta Dream as president and COO. Named one of the most powerful women in sports by AdWeek in 2019, she became the first person to proactively leap from the NFL to the WNBA last fall and worked to build an authentic brand to empower women, unite a community and change the future of sports.
Thanks to our generous donors, 603 students received more than $1 million in scholarships this year. We are so grateful to those who provided support for our future business leaders.
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