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Programs in the UNK Marketing & Management Information Systems Department meet the employment needs of businesses and industries as well as the needs and interests of students who plan to pursue careers in a variety of professional areas.
As a UNK Marketing, Supply Chain Management (SCM), or Management Information System (MIS) student your education is comprehensive and current, designed to prepare you for the changing global economy of the future. You will complete 45 hours of General Studies, which is designed to provide a broad liberal arts background. In addition, you will complete a series of supporting and core courses in business, economics, and mathematics. Upon completion of these core courses, you will follow the course of study for your chosen degree program. You will find the details outlined on the welcome page.
Students will find that the friendly atmosphere of the UNK campus and community is reflected in the departmental faculty who are prepared to give students guidance which will help them reach their full potential. The department has eight full-time, highly qualified faculty to provide advice to students.
Tuition and fees at UNK are affordable, and financial aid is available through the UNK Foundation, the UNK Admissions Office, and the College of Business and Technology. Excellent part-time job opportunities exist both on and off campus in this friendly Midwestern community.
Students have the opportunity to work with other students, as well as learn about cultures that are different from their own. UNK has students from every county in Nebraska, 32 states, and 48 foreign countries.
The department and the students work closely with Career Services to receive career counseling, as well as engage in networking opportunities with employers. Resources for employment opportunities are extensive. Career Services not only helps in the identification of career opportunities, but also in the job search process. Students prepare for the job searches by using "NEWS", a computer job search program that identifies job opportunities by city, company, and job title. Students may also attend workshops in resume writing, interviewing techniques, and etiquette seminars, all in preparation for the employers who are actively recruiting on and off campus.
The Marketing & MIS Department welcomes you to the University of Nebraska at Kearney. You are our primary concern and the reason we are here.
1917 West 24th Street, WSTC 400C
Kearney, NE 68849