What does a UNO MBA degree mean for you?
Your AACSB-accredited MBA is respected by businesses and organizations worldwide.
UNO’s MBA degree is accredited by AACSB-International, the most rigorous accreditation board for business programs, the gold standard. Fewer than five percent of all business programs worldwide have earned AACSB accreditation. .
You study with faculty and fellow students who have real and significant business experience.
In other words, UNO’s MBA faculty can do it and teach it! Most of UNO’s MBA faculty members have worked in business or government and many serve as consultants for local and national organizations.
The majority of your fellow students are in career-track employment, and contribute to the value of discussion.
You truly understand business strategy when you graduate.
UNO’s MBA degree helps you develop the skills to conduct in-depth business analysis. You will analyze and document multiple aspects of a business across several courses. Several of these cases have won national competitions and/or been published. It’s no wonder UNO MBAs are tops in strategy.
UNO’s MBA graduating classes are consistently in the top five percent nationally on a comprehensive exam from ETS* in strategy, accounting, marketing, management and accounting. UNO MBAs are prepared to make challenging business decisions.
* Educational Testing Service, publisher of the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) and TOEFL.
You develop an extensive network of business colleagues in Omaha – contacts that will benefit you throughout your entire career.
You have the opportunity to meet and network with area business and community leaders through CBA’s MBA Leadership Speaker Series, and to study and socialize with your student colleagues, faculty and college deans via MBA activities.
More than 1900 UNO MBA graduates live and work in Omaha and the surrounding area.
You gain deep knowledge in a specialized business area (such as investment strategy, health care, international business, human resources and so on) by choosing a set of focused electives.
For example, UNO’s MBA degree offers a year-long course in Portfolio Analysis that involves hands-on management of a $2 million fixed-income fund.
A student team from the investment course competes internationally at the RISE (Redefining Investment Strategy Education) conference. The UNO team won first place in 2007 and 2009.
You experience an extraordinary learning environment in UNO’s brand new student-centered, state-of-the-art College of Business building Mammel Hall.
Mammel Hall opens for classes in August 2010.