A graduate degree from the UNO College of Business Administration will push you forward, nurturing your drive to succeed.
UNO’s Master of Accounting (MAcc) program allows students to meet the 150 credit hour requirement for the CPA Exam, and includes four concentration options:
- Financial Reporting and Auditing
- Strategic Management Accounting
- Information Analysis
The program has earned specialized AACSB Accounting Accreditation, placing it among the top 190 programs worldwide, and an endorsement from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA).
UNO’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) is AACSB Accredited — the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. The program also ranks among the nation's top 100 part-time MBA programs (U.S. News and World Report, 2019).
Choose from part-time or full-time formats, flexible scheduling (including online courses), and 10 concentration options:
- Business Analytics
- Business Technology
- Collaboration Science
- Healthcare Management
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Investment Science
- Risk Management
- Supply Chain Management
UNO’s economics graduate program provides a solid background in theory, quantitative methods, and applied skills addressing the needs of economists involved in the analysis of domestic and international business and economic conditions, financial analysis, policy analysis, forecasting, simulation and related work.
The program includes M.S. and M.A. options. Concentrations:
- Business Economics
- Econometrics and Data Analytics
- Growth and Innovation Economics
- International Economics
- Monetary and Financial Economics
- D. Preparatory
- Public Policy Economics
- Trade and Global Value Chains
UNO’s Executive MBA is the region’s premier AACSB Accredited 17-month MBA for working professionals. The program will change the way you view the world of business, connect you to a life-long network of friends, and catapult your career to the next level.
- No prerequisite courses or entrance exams
- Cohort-based program begins every August
- International consulting project
- Alternating weekend format
- Executive-level support services
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