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.
All are welcome at Nebraska Business! Join us in celebrating the DIGS Grand Opening on Friday, October 1, 11:30 a.m. in the Welcome Center of Howard L. Hawks Hall. Program begins at 11:30 a.m. with the ribbon cutting at 12 p.m. Refreshments will be served following.
Friday, October 1, 11:30 a.m.
Nebraska prepares you to understand and communicate a wide range of accounting concepts necessary for success in the profession. You gain hands-on experience through our one-of-a-kind internship program and opportunities to prepare tax returns for those in need.
Nebraska prepares you to take the first five professional actuarial examinations and get reimbursed for those you pass. Named one of only 17 programs in the U.S. as a Center for Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries, the Nebraska Actuarial Science program provides you with a competitive edge.
The program emphasizes decision-making, management and strategic skills, and the technical aspects of agriculture and food systems required in today’s global marketplace. Tailor your coursework and build expertise for your specific career interests.
With the business administration major, you co-create your own degree. Develop your general business knowledge and skills – from the basics of accounting to the principles of management – and open the door to flexible career opportunities.
Meet the high demand of employers who need professionals who develop business solutions from a legal and interdisciplinary perspective. With a business and law major, you’ll be able to solve critical challenges by understanding the fundamentals of law in the context of business.
As an economics major at Nebraska, you concentrate on one or two of 12 specialized areas. Economics students find careers in banking, insurance, brokerage, financial services, corporate consulting and government.
Finance majors gain experience measuring risk, solving problems, managing money, and analyzing investments and financial statements. Choose one of three finance major options: banking and risk management, investments or general finance.
At Nebraska, this major combines academic studies in international business and a solid base in an area of business with language study and international experience. You learn about the culture and management methods that differ around the globe.
Choose between four major options: entrepreneurship and innovation, human resource management, general management or Clifton Builders management, in which you need to apply for the Clifton Builders Program and get selected to declare this option.
Whether you prefer to build your creative or analytical talents, develop your marketing skills to work in industries such as retail, e-commerce, manufacturing or nonprofits. As a marketing major, you gain relevant, hands-on experience needed to launch your career through courses, competitions and more.
Designed in close collaboration with employers, our supply chain management program prepares you to confidently pursue a challenging yet rewarding career in a variety of areas.
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