University of Nebraska - Lincoln: Lincoln, Nebraska

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  • The Master of Professional Accountancy (M.P.A. more >

  • The actuarial science program provides opportunities for students seeking employment in the areas of life insurance, pensions, and property/casualty i... more >

  • The Department offers graduate degree programs as well as certification and endorsement programs for the preparation of educational leaders at the Pre K-12 and post secondary education levels. more >

  • We offer an opportunity to participate in a wide array of modern engineering research programs. Students are typically supported with research assistantships which include tuition. We have excellent facilities and an outstanding faculty willing to assis... more >

  • The agricultural economics program provides a foundation for professional problem solving through courses in production economics, agricultural industrial organization, international agricultural trade, agricultural development, natural resource economi... more >

  • The department has programs in micrometerology, atmosphere-biosphere internactions, energy, mass and radiation exchanges, and remote sensing of negative conditions. It also has programs in climate impact assessment, climatic change, drought management a... more >

  • Agronomy is the application of plant and soil science to crop production. Horticulture is the science and art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. The Department's pride is its excellent teaching, research, and extension pr... more >

  • Superb analytical laboratories and animal facilities are available for graduate research. A contemporary facility enhances basic and applied research capabilities for intensive large animal, poultry, and laboratory animal work. An extensive, federally i... more >

  • The Department of Anthropology and Geography offers a graduate program in anthropology especially suited for students with research interests in historical archaeology, evolutionary approaches to human behavior, applied/development anthropology, and Ind... more >

  • The M.S. degree is a research-oriented program with a variety of specializations available including interior design. Joint programs are offered with business (M.B.A.) and community and regional planning (M.C.R.P.). Applicants must have an undergraduate... more >

  • Each graduate student is provided a shared workspace as well as access to general work areas, a computer lab and a well-equipped wood shop. more >

  • Research opportunities exist in a variety of areas, including plant biochemistry, photosynthesis research, plant and animal metabolism, metallobiochemistry, enzyme mechanisms, and molecular biology. more >

  • Responsible for comprehensive instruction in the basic biological sciences. Graduate students are encouraged to develop personalized programs of study and research in the Section of Ecology and Organismal Biology and the Section of Genetics, Cellular, a... more >

  • The goal of the M.S. program is to give students training in the methods, applications and theory of statistics and biometry to work as professional statisticians upon graduation. The core requirements include training in the design of experiments, mult... more >

  • The Department of Psychology offers the Ph.D. in two areas of biological psychology: Animal behavior and behavioral neuroscience. Any particular inter... more >

  • Programs of study offered through the business interdepartmental area. The M.A. has specializations in finance, management and marketing. more >

  • Provides a balance of expertise between the fundamental areas of chemical engineering (numerical methods, thermodynamics, catalysis, separations, control and design) and the emerging specialties of the discipline (biochemical engineering, polymers and m... more >

  • Degrees in Chemistry with areas of emphasis in analytical, inorganic, organic, physical chemistry,biochemistry, as well as interdisciplinary programs in materials, surface science, bioorganic, biophysical, and environmental toxicology. more >

  • The Classics Department prides itself on the thorough training it provides in both Latin and Greek as well as in Hebrew, Sanskrit, Egyptian and Coptic... more >

  • Cognitive-behavioral, scientist-practitioner program with concentrations available in child and family, alcohol-substance abuse, clinical and experime... more >

  • The specialization in cognitive psychology is designed for students who have interests inperception, attention, memory, human learning, decision makin... more >

  • Provides a stimulating environment for educational, clinical and research activities in the Department of Special Education and Communicative Disorders. more >

  • Students in communication studies advance knowledge about the patters, forms, effects and history of human communication. more >

  • Typically, students will bring to the CHR program a wide range of technical expertise, which may include such fields as corrections, religion, nursing... more >

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