Accreditation and Rankings
Internationally recognized education
The UNO College of Business Administration, including the MBA program, is accredited by AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — for both business and accounting, placing us among the top 200 business schools in the world.
This prestigious and rigorous accreditation ensures we are delivering quality curriculum, learning outcomes, career planning and placement as well as high-performing professors committed to teaching and research.
The U.S. News & World Report ranks UNO's MBA among the nation's best part-time MBA programs. We rank consistently in the top third of all programs.
Additionally, Military Times twice ranked the UNO College of Business Administration the best business school in the country for military veterans seeking education beyond a bachelor's degree (2015 & 2016).
The UNO MBA Advantage
Whether you are fresh out of college or a working professional, the UNO MBA program will accommodate your lifestyle and enhance your overall success.
The program provides a rigorous but rewarding graduate experience that will mold you into a business leader.
Through small classes, team-based learning, and individualized attention every step of the way, your MBA experience is uniquely your own.
The UNO MBA uses the triple bottom line framework (people, planet and profit). You'll develop an understanding of the relationship among social, environmental and economic issues in a turbulent business context.
Return on investment
Our talented and diverse student body hails from all corners of the world, convening to form an eclectic and progressive academic environment.
Your UNO MBA gives you increased earning power and the skills required to expand opportunities for advancement. The average annual salary increase of UNO MBA graduates is 30 percent.
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