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. CBT offers three divisions of expertise: Business, Cyber Systems, and Industrial Technology. Each division offers a unique opportunity for our students to experience our high-touch, high-impact, high-engagement mission, keeping you connected to the experiences and networks that will lead to a career of your choice.

Plus, out-of-state students pay in-state tuition with the New Nebraskan Scholarship.

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Our faculty and staff believe in the importance of internships, which provide students with applied learning experiences and opportunities to network with knowledgeable professionals. Learn More

2022-23 CBT Placement Stats

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$45,000+ Salaries

70% of grads earned a salary at or above $45,000

Diploma

205 Graduates

From the College of Business & Technology

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92% Placement Rate

For College of Business & Technology Graduates

Data is based on 181 responses (88% Response Rate) from the 2022-23 CBT Placement Stats.

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For Freshman Juliette Eaton, UNK Relationships Have Made All the Difference

For Freshman Juliette Eaton, UNK Relationships Have Made All the Difference

Connecticut native Juliette Eaton has found a second home at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, particularly through the Living Learning Community. As a freshman, she's formed strong connections with like-minded students, making great friendships and even planning a summer trip to Japan. Thanks to the unique environment, she's thriving both academically and athletically, swimming for UNK and pursuing an aviation degree. Eaton attributes her positive experience to fellow student Clara Rios, who recommended the Living Learning Community. Grateful for the scholarships that enable her to live there, Eaton is eager to become a mentor next year and continue the impact of the community. Her story highlights the supportive environment at UNK, where relationships are valued, and she encourages others to seize the wonderful opportunity the Living Learning Community offers