Business & Technology

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Programs

College of Business & Technology

Experiential hands-on learning is a primary focus of the College of Business and Technology. Students gain knowledge in the classroom and experience in the field.  Here you will find a variety of programs that lead to professional careers:

 
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Experiential Learning

Students have many opportunities for hand-on exploration and learning. Programs are designed to give students an edge by learning, not just in the classroom, but in experiential learning labs and real-world environments, through internships and other business collaborations. There are many services available to help and guide students to rewarding careers and add to their skills.

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About Us

We have a wide variety of programs in the College that will lead to fulfilling careers in many different professions.

 
Jaime McCann

Learning While Doing

Jaime McCann

Senior | Accounting with a Spanish minor

Jaime McCann, senior in Accounting with a Spanish minor, from Kearney, is interning this spring at Deloitte in Omaha. Deloitte is one of the "Big Four" accounting firms and the largest professional services network in the world by revenue and number of professionals. Jaime will graduate in May and wants to become a certified public accountant at a large firm.

Eyes on Enrollment: Student ambassadors spread word about UNK, College of Business and Technology

College News

Eyes on Enrollment: Student ambassadors spread word about UNK, College of Business and Technology

By TYLER ELLYSON UNK Communications KEARNEY – Neli Morales-Garcia has a lot to say about the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She’ll tell you about the academic and career services that help students prepare for an exam or land an internship, organizations that provide leadership and social opportunities while giving back to the community and […]

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UNK was my choice because of the size, and I have never felt completely lost on campus. The student-teacher ratio is perfect.
Shelby Hubbert
Agribusiness