BIG TEN MBA Offered On-Campus and Online


MBA Program



Complete your program in a physical classroom environment. Go to class and meet face-to-face with your professors and classmates. Join our MBA Student Association, get involved and start networking with your peers!



Take advantage of the flexibility of online courses and thrive from the face-to-face interaction of on-campus courses. Take some classes on our beautiful campus, and others in the comfort of your home or office.



Earn a top-ranked MBA degree entirely online. You will never have to come to campus, which makes this option the most flexible of the three. Complete your MBA from anywhere in the world via interactive technology.


Online Business Graduate Programs

MBA@Nebraska | MS in Finance | MS in Business Analytics
Advance Your Career at the new Online Business website. Nebraska's fully-online MBA, MS in Finance and MS in Business are designed to help you advance your career at an unbeatable value. Explore how you can prepare for a promotion with Nebraska Business.



Online MBA ranked


in the world by Financial Times
Online MBA ranked


in the nation for best value Financial Times
Online MBA ranked


in the Big Ten
for veterans
U.S. News & World Report
Online MBA ranked


among public institutions by U.S. News & World Report
Online MBA ranked


in the nation by Princeton Review
Online MBA ranked


in the nation by Poets and Quants


Applicants may qualify to have their GMAT or GRE score waived in certain circumstances. For more information, please visit admission requirements.
Dipti Rane quote - My internship was one of the most rewarding experiences 
                        I could have hoped to get. It helped me learn many of my
                        current skills I use today. Dipti Rane - MBA Class of 2009 / Global Business Development Manager, 
                        Society for Human Resource Management - 
                        Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Career Skills Achieved Through Nebraska MBA and Internship Experience

Dipti Rane has lived many places throughout the world, but the experiences she received earning her MBA from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln continue to have an impact on both her life and career.

Originally from Mumbai, India, Rane made her decision to pursue an MBA while earning an undergraduate degree in engineering in her home country. She looked at many options and chose Nebraska.

“I researched universities globally after deciding on going into a full-time MBA program,” Rane said. “Nebraska had exactly what I was looking for in affordable courses, a lot of on-campus work and the best faculty in my intended specialization of human resources.”

The program gave her the opportunity to pursue an internship that fit perfectly with her career aspirations.

Dipti Rane embraces her MBA internship
Dipti Rane embraces her MBA internship
“I was fortunate to obtain an internship in the office of U.S. Congressman Jeff Fortenberry. It was one of the most rewarding experiences I could have hoped to get. I spent my final semester learning how a congressional office works and liaising with his Washington D.C. office,” she said.

Rane was awarded a Congressional Recognition for serving in the office which gave her the joy of achievement and also the experience to know she could accomplish anything she set out to do. That sense of achievement was also reinforced in her classroom experiences at Nebraska.

“Dr. Jerry Sellentin was one of my faculty mentors. He was a true motivator beyond academics. I will never forget the life lesson he taught me when he said, ‘It is all about perseverance.’ Dr. Gwen Combs was also a big influence because she was the first HR academic expert I met. I worked with her on many projects and she introduced me to the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), who is now my current employer in Dubai, United Arab Emirates,” she said.

In her current position as global business development manager, Rane manages the business and relationship management for SHRM members and clients in her region.

“My internship with Congressman Fortenberry helped me learn many of my current skills such as managing partner relationships, client relations, training programs and advising human resource departments of large businesses and government organizations. I learned those communication skills at Nebraska which is key to the competency required in my day-to-day role at SHRM. It’s also preparing me for my next career level in this job,” she said.
Rane has held her current position since receiving her MBA in 2009, working in various locations including Alexandria, Virginia; Mumbai; Bangalore, India; and Delhi, India, before moving to Dubai in 2013.


Class Profiles - Online: Age - 32, International Students - 10%, Average Undergrad GPA - 3.35, Female - 16 percent / On-Campus: Age- 28, International Students - 33%, Average Undergrad GPA - 3.44, Female - 46 percent

Class profile data taken from Fall 2016



Business Graduate Programs
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