Business & Technology

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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.

Dean Burkink

About Us

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

Yoshi Kasugahara

Learning While Doing

Yoshi Kasugahara

Junior | Accounting

Yoshi Kasugahara, junior in Accounting from Tokyo, Japan, interned during the spring semester at H&R Block in Kearney. Yoshi prepared individual taxes and especially gained experience using the Affordable Care Act as it relates to personal income tax penalties. Yoshi was one of thirteen UNK accounting interns working in tax preparation around the Tri-Cities this spring!!!

PHOTO GALLERY: Kids learning, having a blast at PAWS University

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PHOTO GALLERY: Kids learning, having a blast at PAWS University

KEARNEY – Who says learning can’t be fun? At the University of Nebraska at Kearney, elementary students are having a blast this summer while exploring a variety of educational topics through PAWS University. The program, in its first year at UNK, gives children entering grades one through six the opportunity to participate in one-week workshops […]

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Throughout my time in the College of Business and Technology, the professors took time to really get to know me and my fellow classmates. This individualized attention motivated me to stay engaged in my classes and school projects, allowing me to get the most out of my education.
Sagan Carman
Law student, University of Nebraska