- Agronomy, M.S.
- Applied Science, M.A.S.
- Business Administration, M.B.A. Note: M.B.A. students select MBA specializations with an advisor after their initial enrollment, rather than during the application process.
- Community Development, M.A.S. in Applied Science specialization (Ag*IDEA)
- Interior Design, M.S. in Architecture specialization
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education (Pre-12), M.A. and M.Ed. in Special Education specialization
- Dietetics, M.S. in Nutrition and Health Sciences specialization (GP IDEA)
- Early Childhood Special Education (Birth to age 5), M.A. and M.Ed. in Special Education specialization
- Engineering Management, M.E.M.
- Entomology, M.S. in Entomology all areas of focus
- Family and Community Services, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization (GP IDEA)
- Family and Consumer Sciences Education, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization
- Family Financial Planning, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization (GP IDEA)
- Higher Education Administration, M.A. in Educational Administration area of study
- Human and Family Services Administration, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization
- Integrated Media Communications, M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications specialization
- International Family Studies, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization
- Mathematics, Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)
- Merchandising, M.S. in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design specialization (GP IDEA)
- Media Studies, M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications specialization
- P-12 School Leadership, M.Ed. in Educational Administration area of study Note: Starting Summer 2017 requires the completion of a 6 hour block of on-campus courses during the first summer
- Professional Journalism, M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications specialization
- Science for Educators, M.A.S. in Applied Science specialization
- Visual Impairments (Pre-12), M.A. and M.Ed. in Special Education specialization Note: Summer on-site participation is required at various locations.
- World Language Teaching: GOLDEN, M.A. in Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education specialization Note: concentrations are available in German Language Teaching and Spanish Language Teaching
- Youth Development, M.S. in Child, Youth and Family Studies specialization (GP IDEA)
- Educational Leadership and Higher Education, Ed.D. and Ph.D. in Educational Studies specialization Note: Ph.D. requires 6 hours of on-campus research seminars
- P-12 School Leadership, Ed.D. in Educational Administration area of study Note: Requires on-campus seminars during the summer sessions in the first three years.
- Advanced Horticulture (Ag*IDEA)
- Behavior Specialist
- Business Analytics
- Community College Leadership
- Early Childhood Special Education
- Family Financial Planning (GP IDEA)
- Financial and Housing Counseling (GP IDEA)
- Floriculture and Nursery Production Management (Ag*IDEA)
- Food Safety and Defense (Ag*IDEA)
- German Language Teaching Note: Program is awaiting final approval.
- Grassland Management (Ag*IDEA)
- Mixed Methods Research
- Ornamentals, Landscape, and Turf (Ag*IDEA)
- Public Relations and Social Media
- Quilt Studies
- Sensory Disabilities
- Supply Chain Management Systems
- Youth Development (GP IDEA)
Blended and Hybrid Programs
A small number of programs feature a short residency designed to help you explore concepts that are best demonstrated face-to-face, while networking with others and with faculty. Most, but not all, residencies are a few days to two weeks in duration, and occur with advance notice. Programs that include a residency requirement are:
- Ph.D. in Educational Studies with specialization in Educational Leadership and Higher Education
- Ed.D. in Educational Administration with area of study in P-12 School Leadership (Superintendent endorsement)
- M.Ed. with area of study in P-12 School Leadership (Principal Endorsement)
- M.Ed. or M.A. in Special Education with specialization in Visual Impairment
The M.A. in Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design, Textile History specialization with an emphasis in Quilt Studies distance delivery program is offered through a combination of distance technology and on-campus instruction. This program requires a spring semester of traditional on-campus courses totaling 9 credit hours. Most students complete a non-thesis option with a professional internship; a thesis option (with permission) is occasionally pursued.
To pursue a supplemental endorsement, students must either hold a valid teaching certificate or be pursuing a teacher education program. All of the following endorsements are aligned with Nebraska Department of Education requirements. Please contact an academic advisor or the specified contact person for information.
- Curriculum Supervisor (Grades PK-12)
- Deaf or Hard of Hearing/Subject (Grades P-12)
- Early Childhood Special Education (Birth thru K)
- Early Intervention Specialist (Birth to K) (Supplemental)
- Special Education (K-6) (7012)
- Behavior Intervention Specialist (Supplemental)
- Family and Consumer Science Education
- Principal, Elementary (Grades PK-8)
- Principal, Secondary (Grades 7-12
- Superintendent (Grades PK-12)
- Visual Impairment (Grades Birth-12)
Students must apply to the Graduate College for admission to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln at: http://www.unl.edu/gradstudies.