Earn your degree online

More than 100 programs offered online from four highly-respected universities. Experience the same rigor, learn from the same faculty and receive the same credential as students on campus.

Four Regionally Accredited Institutions

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Common questions about our online programs:

  • What if I have previous credits?

    The University of Nebraska welcomes transfer students, and will work with you to determine which of your academic credits will transfer. If you have questions about transfers, please let us know.

  • What if I am in the military?

    Our campuses are designated as military-friendly and participate in the Yellow Ribbon Post 9/11 GI Bill program as well as other financial aid programs.

  • Are the schools accredited?

    Each University of Nebraska campus is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Many of our programs also carry prestigious accreditation specific to their discipline.

Earn your degree from one of these accredited institutions

University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of Nebraska at Omaha
University of Nebraska at Omaha

I got my undergrad in engineering and went to work in the oil industry. I realized that to contribute more to my team and move up in my career I would need a better understanding of the industry as a whole. That meant getting my MBA. I was living in my hometown of Kenai, Alaska, so I knew I would I have to study online. With my degree from the University of Nebraska, I’m now in a new planning role that combines my passions for engineering, exploration and business.

Wally WardBusiness Administration MBA

I left college after two years to get married and start a family. With my daughters now grown, I knew I was ready to finish the bachelor’s degree I started decades before. Getting my degree at the University of Nebraska has given me more confidence in my job. I’m ready to help train new hires and take on new responsibilities. Some day, I’ll be ready to move into a supervisory position.