University of Nebraska at Omaha6001 Dodge Street Omaha, Nebraska 68182-0225 http://www.unomaha.edu
what they say
Snyoung03Class of 2015 Secondary Education
Andrew ReinkeClass of 2015 Architectural Engineering
The part of the program I am participating in is based on going graduate school immediately after the bachelors degree, so you can obtain a ABET accredited engineering degree with the Masters degree in five years total. The program is very challenging in the amount of classes that must be taken in order to achieve this, but obtaining the graduate degree has you set up for future success and advancement in career opportunities. The program has strong industry support, so there is a great interaction between the program and the local professionals who will be looking to hire from the program. The exposure and assistance from the industry and professors during this graduate degree benefit the students in practical experience during the integrated team design class. This prepares students for the design process that will take place in projects for the rest of their careers.
Abbey GreggClass of 2018 Health & Fitness Promotion
MsheinClass of 2016 English
A helpful, supportive, and encouraging staff and faculty. Ease and affordability of living. Networking opportunities.
Krbrown13Class of 2015 Special Education
My experience with my course work at UNO has been great. I opted for UNO because they offered my degree completely online (Special Ed. with a concentration in Behavior Disorders) when no one else nearby has. The plus to this is that I am able to continue to work both jobs and my classes are flexible for planning with that. On top of it, even though I have been completely online I am still given many opportunities to interact with my classmates and teachers through discussion boards and online class meetings and office hours through things like WebEx. Professors are quick to respond, always helpful and encouraging for work well done. They make themselves readily available knowing that an online class can have flaws/technology issues. Overall a great experience for my grad program!
CrjacksonClass of 2015 Library & Information Studies
What I am learning and doing in my classes are relevant to what is taking place in the real world. I feel I will be prepared to enter the workforce with experience I have gained through the graduate program.
Vng72728Class of 2015 Counselor Education
Pros- I love my program and the faculty Cons- Parking isn't the greatest
Tonim5Class of 2015 Public Policy
The pros of this graduate program is the quality of professor expertise in working in the public administration field. Many of the professors have worked in both administrative and field project initiatives and have practical expertise. A con of the graduate program is the ability to network and socialize with both fellow graduate students, alumni and community members. More emphasis could be placed on collaboration for research and community initiatives.
MsheinbeinClass of 2016 English
The staff and faculty are always willing to help and support. I've managed to create a network of professionals that will benefit me in the future.
Alk1362Class of 2015 Business Administration & Management
The professors are outstanding and offer a variety of backgrounds and experience.
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