University of Nebraska system


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About Us
The University of Nebraska is  a general institution of higher learning education. It became the first institution west of the Mississippi River to offer graduate education in 1903. Founded in Lincoln, the university included a medical center in Omaha beginning in 1902. The original goal of this new land-grant university was, “To afford the inhabitants of this state with the means of acquiring a thorough knowledge of the various branches of literature, science, and the arts.” This goal has stood the test of time, inspiring the university’s dedication to the education of students, research in a broad range of disciplines, and service to the state’s citizens.

Programs Offered

Agricultural Operation’s Technology

Agricultural Technology

Applied Agriculture

Applied Science

Applied Science

Arts & Sciences

Biology

Community Leadership

Criminal Justice

General Education

Graphic Design

Health Promotion

Liberal Studies

Mathematics (nonteaching)

Native American Studies

Water Quality Technology: Environmental Health

Automotive

Automotive Technology

Fast Track Automotive Technology

Ford Maintenance & Light Repair

Business

Accounting

Business Administration

Program of Study in Business Technology

Marketing: Technical Sales and Service

 

Small Business Management

Computers

Computer Information Systems

Diesel

Diesel Technology

Diesel Technology: Equipment Management Option

Diesel Technology: Field Maintenance Option

Drafting

Design Drafting Technology

Education

Elementary Education (K-8)

English (5-12)

General Science (5-12)

Health and Physical Education (K-12)

Industrial Technology (teaching option)

Mathematics (5-12)

Reading Specialist (K-12)

Social Science (5-12)

Traffic Education (K-12)

Engineering Technology

Civil Engineering Technology

Industrial Technology (non-teaching)

Graduate Education

Counselor Education

Education, Instruction and Learning

Nursing

Nursing

Trades

Carpentry Technology

Electrical Technology

Land Survey Technology (GIS)

Plumbing Technology

Sustainable Energy Technology

Welding Technology

 Contacts

University of Nebraska Administration
3835 Holdrege Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583
(402) 472-2111
Fax: (402) 472-1237

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