Drawing on our expertise and research, we serve the diverse needs of the community, Nebraska and beyond. Our faculty is dedicated to enabling students to use scientific approaches to discovery and understanding.
The power of imagination
It defines the successes of students in UNK’s College of Fine Arts and Humanities, whether in the humanities, the liberal arts, or fine arts.
Rich tradition. Bright future.
Curriculum in the College of Education is designed to be student-centered and intellectually challenging, while preparing students through field and internship experiences that offer real life education opportunities.
Taking care of business
We provide value to Nebraska by preparing students to compete in dynamic professional environments and by promoting academic, social, technological and economic development.
Students must meet University of Nebraska requirements for admission
An overall GPA of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) is required for all non-nursing course work and all course work completed within the University system prior to admission. A course grade of "C" or above is needed for any courses required for the nursing degree.
Two letters of reference
A background check and a completed, signed disclosure statement
In some cases, a personal interview may be required
Final acceptance is dependent on successful completion of all pre-requisite courses and evidence of proper immunizations and CPR certification for Health Professionals
Students whose first language is not English
For applicants whose first language is not English, the Test of English as a Foreign language (TOEFL) OR the Pearson (PTE) is required. Test results must be recent (within the 5 years prior to UNMC application). An official score report must be received by the campus to which you are applying by the admission deadline.
The minimum scoring standards are:
Internet Based TOEFL (iBT): minimum score of 22 in the reading, listening and writing sections and a minimum score of 26 in the speaking section.
Pearson Test of English (PTE): minimum score of 59 in the reading, listening, and writing sections and a minimum score of 71 in the speaking section.