Make $1 Million
The average income of an individual with a bachelor's degree is $49,000, compared to $27,000 for someone with a high school diploma.
Over a lifetime, that's a difference of almost $1 million.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder, population 25 years and over with earnings, 2012 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates
Bachelor's Degrees Online
A respected online bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska sets you apart in the job market. Students who have some college credit hours or an associate’s degree can take the next step by completing a bachelor’s degree online. If you have a high school diploma or GED, our admissions counselors will work with you to identify the online courses you need to move ahead.
Choose from the menus below to find a bachelor's degree program of interest.
Agriculture & Life Sciences Degrees Online
Bachelor of General Studies Degrees Online
Aviation Studies, BGS
Criminology and Criminal Justice, BGS
Fire Service Management, BGS
General Administration, BGS
General Studies, BGS
Information Assurance, BGS
Information Technology, BGS
Library Science, BGS
Management Information Systems, BGS
Nonprofit Administration, BGS
Political Science, BGS
Business Degrees Online
Child, Youth & Family Studies Degrees Online
Computer Science Degrees Online
Education Degrees Online
Health Sciences Degrees Online
Journalism & Communications Degrees Online
Library Sciences Degrees Online
Public Admin & Community Service Degrees Online
Social Sciences Degrees Online
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