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Department of Management

  • UNO will collect and update data on some of the world’s most dangerous individuals in a new project for the Department of Defense. Project lead Gina Ligon, associate professor of management at UNO CBA and director of research and development in UNO’s Center for Collaboration Science, said the strategic organizational approach is a unique differentiator.

    Impactful Research Happens Here

  • Capstone Cup

    We bring the boardroom to the classroom with the Capstone Cup. This is a mandatory semester-long competition for all graduating seniors, and a unique critical thinking opportunity unequaled by other area business colleges.

    Will you rise to the challenge?

  • With grit, determination, time, and a long-running interest in international business, Erin Bunker, CBA student and athlete, has earned a unique work opportunity abroad in her ideal career field.

    CBA Student Jets to London

  • With the new Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management, students now have an additional opportunity to advance their career with a certificate option in a fast-growing field. Up to nine of the certificate credits can be applied to the full MBA program at UNO.

    Build Your Career, Boost Your Credentials

  • UNO CBA and Scholars Academy student Chris Winchester racked up the accolades during his undergraduate career, graduating with more than 10 well-deserved recognitions, honors, and scholarships. He stands as proof that ambition, drive, and passion allow a UNO CBA student to accomplish anything they set their mind to.

    Read His Story

  • The previous year has been full of accomplishments for Associate Professor of Management Dr. Erin Bass, who adds to her record of exceptional research and trailblazing initiatives for women, physician leaders, and management professionals. Bass’ strong commitment to producing research focused on important workplace issues is ultimately driven by how her contributions can positively impact others.

    Meaningful Research From Our Professors

Organization Management

The Department of Management teaches undergraduate, graduate, and executive education courses in three broad areas of organization management, human resource management, and supply chain management. We build organizations and leaders by teaching you the aspects of management that help all organizations succeed—from start-ups to Fortune 500 firms. Our students excel at both the technical and the interpersonal sides of management.


Who we are

Our faculty have practical experience and diverse degrees, allowing us to excel in the classroom, in the academic field, and in the community. We are engaged in cutting-edge research on management practice and leadership, bringing to the classroom new ideas, working to solve management problems with Omaha organizations, and providing opportunities for you to get involved.