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2020-21 Online Course Schedule
2021-22 Online Course Schedule

2020-21 Online Course Schedules

2020 Fall Online Course Schedule

Dates listed below are correct. UNL on-campus fall schedule changes do not apply to the online graduate business courses.

Term 1208A
August 24 – October 16, 2020
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 851Business Analytics
FINA 801Quantitative Methods for Finance
ENTR 822Managing Rapid Growth and Change in Organizations
MNGT 817 Positivity for Managers
MNGT 864Talent Acquisition
MRKT 855Marketing and Globalization
SCMA 836Project Management and Implementation
SCMA 844Managing Logistics in the Supply Chain
Term 1208B
October 26 – December 18, 2020
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
ECON 817Introductory Econometrics
ECON 822International Finance
FINA 862Security Valuation and the Buffett Investment Method
FINA 871Non-profit Finance
MNGT 818Organization Design for Competitive Advantage
MNGT 996Negotiations
SCMA 847Advanced Supply Chain Technology
SCMA 851Predictive Analytics
SCMA 853Business Data Mining and Descriptive Analytics
SCMA 854Advanced Descriptive Analytics

2021 Spring Online Course Schedule

Term 1211A
January 11 – March 5, 2021
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 852International Business
FINA 850Multinational Financial Analysis
FINA 863Portfolio Management
MNGT 811Leading People and Projects
MNGT 866The Regulatory Environment for Employment and Labor
MRKT 821Applied Marketing Research
ENTR 821 Initiating and Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
SCMA 834 Topics in Lean Supply Chain Management
SCMA 837Risk and Simulation Modeling
SCMA 852Database Management and Organization
SCMA 855Prescriptive Analytics
Term 1211B
March 15 - May 7, 2021
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
ECON 817Introductory Econometrics
FINA 803Case Studies in Financial Management
FINA 804Portfolio Management II and Ethics
MNGT 828Leadership in a Global Context
MNGT 840Corporate Strategy
MNGT 871Non-profit Management
MRKT 850Data Driven Market Strategy
SCMA 839Global Supply Chain Management
SCMA 851Predictive Analytics
SCMA 853Business Data Mining and Descriptive Analytics

2021 Summer Online Course Schedule

Term 1215A
May 17 - July 9, 2021
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 852International Business
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
FINA 802Fixed Income Analysis
FINA 867Options, Futures and Derivative Securities
GRBA 898Influential Communication
GRBA 898Non-profit Fundraising
SCMA 832Planning and Controlling Supply Chain Systems
SCMA 852Database Management and Organization
Term 1215B
July 12 - August 12, 2021
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 896Strengths-Based Leadership
FINA 855Capital Markets and Financial Institutions
MNGT 817Positivity for Managers

2021-22 Online Course Schedules

2021 Fall Online Course Schedule - TENTATIVE

Term 1218A
August 23 – October 15, 2021
GRBA 808Introduction to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 851Business Analytics
FINA 801Quantitative Methods for Finance
ENTR 822Managing Rapid Growth and Change in Organizations
MNGT 817 Positivity for Managers
MNGT 818 Organization Design for Competitive Advantage
MNGT 864Talent Acquisition
MRKT 855Marketing and Globalization
SCMA 836Project Management and Implementation
SCMA 847Information Technologies for Operations and Innovation
SCMA 851Predictive Analytics
Term 1218B
October 26 – December 18, 2021
GRBA 808Introduction to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
GRBA 860Management: Theory, Issues, and Practice
ECON 817Introductory Econometrics
ECON 822International Finance
FINA 862Security Valuation and the Buffett Investment Method
FINA 871Non-profit Finance
MNGT 859Negotiations
MRKT 859Negotiations
MRKT 826Services Marketing
SCMA 844Managing Logistics in the Supply Chain
SCMA 853Data Mining and Descriptive Analytics
SCMA 854Advanced Analytics and Big Data

2022 Spring Online Course Schedule - TENTATIVE

Term 1221A
January 10 – March 4, 2022
GRBA 808Introduction to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 852International Business
ENTR 821Initiating and Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
FINA 850Multinational Financial Analysis
FINA 863Portfolio Management
MNGT 811Leading People and Projects
MNGT 866The Regulatory Environment for Employment and Labor
MRKT 821Applied Marketing Research
SCMA 834 Topics in Lean Supply Chain Management
SCMA 837Risk and Simulation Modeling
SCMA 852Database Management and Organization
SCMA 855Prescriptive Analytics
Term 1221B
March 7 - May 6, 2022
GRBA 808Introduction to Business Strategy
GRBA 809Financial Accounting
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
ECON 817Introductory Econometrics
FINA 803Case Studies in Financial Management
FINA 804Portfolio Management II and Ethics
MNGT 828Leadership in a Global Context
MNGT 840Corporate Strategy and Entrepreneurship
MNGT 871Non-profit Management
MRKT 850Data Driven Market Strategy
SCMA 839Global Supply Chain Management
SCMA 851Predictive Analytics
SCMA 853Data Mining and Descriptive Analytics

2022 Summer Online Course Schedule - TENTATIVE

Term 1225A
May 17 - July 9, 2022
GRBA 808Intro to Business Strategy
GRBA 811Managerial Finance
GRBA 812Managerial Economics
GRBA 814Applied Organizational Behavior
GRBA 815Supply Chain Management Strategies
GRBA 816Strategic Human Resource Management
GRBA 851Business Analytics
GRBA 852International Business
GRBA 853Strategic Management and Business Policy
FINA 802Fixed Income Analysis
FINA 867Options, Futures and Derivative Securities
GRBA 898Influential Communication
GRBA 898Non-profit Fundraising
SCMA 832Planning and Controlling Supply Chain Systems
SCMA 852Database Management and Organization
Term 1225B
July 12 - August 12, 2022
GRBA 813Managerial Marketing
GRBA 896Strengths Based Leadership
FINA 855Capital Markets and Financial Institutions
MNGT 817Positivity for Managers

Course Syllabi For Online Students

This website is designed to give you an overview of the courses in the online MBA program and provide you with information about format and features used in the online courses and sample syllabus from classes.


Refund Schedule

Below is the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Accounts refund policy as it applies to eight-week courses:

Refund % % of calendar days passed
100% 0.000% - 7.408%
75% 7.409% - 10.256%
50% 10.257% - 16.239%
25% 16.240% - 22.222%
0% 22.223% - 100%

The refund policy is calculated based on the percentage of calendar days that have passed since the first day of class. This percentage is based on the number of calendar days in the term and this total will vary by term. When you try to drop, the MyRED system will tell you the exact refund you will receive.

Register For Classes

ONLINE CLASSES

Register for courses in MyRed

Students will use MyRED to register and pay for classes each term.

Registration will open 30 days prior to the start of the term. The August and October terms are both considered part of the fall semester. The January and March terms are both considered part of the spring semester.

Online MBA class numbers are hidden in MyRED – they will not show up in a class search. Class numbers needed for registration will be emailed out from the MBA office 30 days prior to the start of the term.

ON-CAMPUS CLASSES

Register for courses in MyRed

Students will use MyRed to register and pay for classes each term.

The registration system is based on the traditional on-campus semester schedule. Because our GRBA classes run on unique, eight-week terms, students who plan to enroll in more than one eight-week term per semester must register for both terms before the start of the traditional semester.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR ALL MBA STUDENTS

MBA Mentoring Program

The purpose of the MBA Mentorship Program is to cultivate relationships between current graduate students and alumni or friends of the university. MBA students must apply for the program, and the mentors and mentees meet once a month from September through April. The MBA mentees gain insight to businesses and organizations, get career advice and expand their network.

FAQ Apply Now

If you have questions, you can contact Christine Carbon-Bartels, Graduate Advisor and Engagement Coordinator, at christineb@unl.edu

Beyond B School

Beyond B School is a career management resource for all business graduate students. It covers job searching topics such as resumes, interviewing and cover letters. Beyond B School differentiates between other career management resources by thinking about how to market oneself as an experienced professional and highlighting the value the MBA brings.

Other Beyond B School resources address career change and salary negotiation to leverage the MBA in new careers. Especially helpful in this work-from-home time, Beyond B School has resources about virtual interviewing and networking. In particular, there are a number of resources around the use of LinkedIn and other social media to develop and maintain professional connections. The site is organized by topic area as well as action items – assess goals, career path and personal branding; target resumes, research and network; and launch through communication, interviewing and negotiation.

Learn More

If you have questions, please contact the Business Career Center at 402-472-7272 or email businesscareers@unl.edu

Redesigned Core Courses and Electives

All of the MBA@Nebraska core courses and many of the electives have been completely redesigned in Canvas. Feedback from our current students indicate that they value the intuitive and easy-to-access format of our new courses. We are continuing to update more electives this year.

Learn More

Memorandum of Courses

Time to File Your Memorandum of Courses

Download Memorandum of Courses

  1. Download and save the file to your computer BEFORE filling it out.
  2. Fill out the top with your personal information.
  3. Include your City, State, and Zip Code in the Mailing Address line.
  4. Check the MBA box.
  5. Leave the "Option" boxes empty.
  6. Write "Business" on the Major line.
  7. If you are completing a specialization, write it in on the Specialization line.
  8. If you were admitted with a deficiency (i.e., had not met the prerequisite of statistics), list the statistics course under Courses to Remove Deficiencies and indicate the grade you received.
  9. You must receive a C or better in all courses used in your program. If a course is cross-listed with an undergrad course, you must receive a B or better.
  10. List the required core courses under Major Courses.
  11. List your electives under Minor and/or Related Courses. Electives may be taken from any of the business areas – accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, supply chain, or business analytics. One of your electives must be used to meet the international overlay. Approved internships can be used as electives.
  12. If you have approved transfer credits, they should be substituted for the appropriate class on your MOC.
  13. The MOC must be filed prior to completion of half your program (24 credit hours.) For full-time students, filing in the last month of your second semester is ideal.
  14. SAVE the completed MOC to your computer again to retain your information.
  15. Email the completed MOC to your advisor, who will get it signed and then file it with Graduate Studies once it is approved. Graduate Studies will not accept it during your final semester.

Tuition

The following tuition and fees were posted for the 2020-21 academic year. Rates are subject to change and will be posted on this page as soon as possible.

On-Campus Courses Cost
Resident Tuition $422/credit hour
Non-Resident Tuition $1,232/credit hour
Registration Fee $20 – domestic students
$70 – international students (after 1st semester)
$150 - new international students 1st semester
Technology Fee $11/credit hour
Library Fee $6.25/credit hour
University Program and Facility Fees $505.00 for 1-6 hours
$617.00 for 7+ hours
Online Courses Cost
Resident or Non-Resident Tuition $650/credit hour
Registration Fee Included in tuition
Technology Fee Included in tuition
Library Fee Included in tuition
University Program and Facility Fees Not applicable
Online Course Fee Included in tuition

*Course materials such as textbooks, cases studies, and coursepacks, may be required for your course. We anticipate that the average cost for course materials will be $150 per course.

Please refer to UNL Student Accounts for information on possible additional fees.

If you are enrolling in an on-campus course, you can determine if you are a resident or non-resident of Nebraska. Please refer to the Nebraska Residency Policy.

For questions related to financial aid, please contact the Scholarships and Financial Aid office.

Financial Assistance

Loans are credited to your student account each semester at the point you reach half-time status (4 or more hours). You can check your UNL To Do List in MyRED to see requirements and accepted financial aid. If your semester financial aid award exceeds your charges, a refund check will be mailed to you at your local address about 14 days after your aid is credited to your student account unless you enroll for direct deposit of your check. Enroll for direct deposit via your MyRED account. If you have questions, contact the Financial Aid Office 402-472-2030.

Loan Aid FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS

Payment

Tuition statements are available for viewing online via MyRed. Monthly bills are posted by the 25th of each month and due the 12th of the following month.

Payment Options

Career Services in Your College

A dedicated team of career coaches at the College of Business can help you achieve your career goals. Our career coaches are ready and willing to help our on-campus and online students in a variety of ways.

Learn More
Picture of a Career Coach with a student

Graduation

Approximately four months prior the end of the semester you plan to graduate, you should begin familiarizing yourself with the requirements and deadline for graduating. Graduation applications are generally due the first month of your last semester. You can find step-by-step instructions and the application deadline on the registrar's website.

Connect With Us

Contact

Business Graduate Programs
HLH 201
730 N. 14th Street
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
402-472-2338
businessgrad2@unl.edu

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MBA Mentoring Program FAQ
How Do I Qualify to apply?

Students who have completed at least four courses in the MBA program but no more than 39 credit hours by the end of the Spring 2020 semester and have a 3.00 cumulative GPA or higher are eligible to apply. Both online and on-campus students are welcome to participate in the mentorship program.

How often do mentors/mentees meet?

While individual mentors/mentees will decide how often they would like to meet, we anticipate this to be approximately a once a month commitment.

When does the program start and end?

Formal mentoring meetings will begin in September and conclude in April. Mentors and mentees will decide the best way to conduct a recurring meeting through Zoom or other video conference options, phone or in-person are encouraged.

How does the matching process work?

When students are selected, the matching process begins. We plan to match mentors and students as best as we can based on industry interest (management, business analytics, supply chain management, marketing, economics and finance) and years of professional experience for both the mentor and mentee. The number of students accepted into the program and their industry interest area will dictate the number of mentors needed to facilitate the program. We plan to have mentors and students matched by the end of August and start the program in September.

Apply Now