Online Education

Don't Wait. Create the Future at Nebraska.

A Respected Degree, Online.

At Nebraska, you can get a Big Ten college degree online. Wherever you are, start your future now—learn online with peers and college professors, make new friends, and engage with challenging coursework that prepares you for a career or graduate school. No matter your goals, Nebraska is here to help you stretch your strengths and do big things.

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Create Your Future

Top Ranked University and Online Programs

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Programs Receive
Rankings by U.S. News & World Report
(Business, Engineering, & Education)
Ranked Best
by Princeton Review
Ranked In World's Top
Academic Institutes For U.S. Patents

Learning with Us

Through the university's online and hybrid programs, you not only get a respected degree from a Big Ten university, you get the support and flexibility you need to succeed.


Nationally Recognized

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is an accredited research 1, land-grant institution. Founded in 1869 and with a student body of over 23,500 students from all 50 states and 127 countries, Nebraska consistently ranks in the top tier of national research universities.

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Academically Rigorous

Our online courses are taught by the same award winning faculty that teach in-person. Your diploma looks no different from the one earned by students who come to campus for all their classes.

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Choose from some of the most in-demand programs in education, business, engineering, interior design, merchandising, media studies, agriculture, and more. Our programs are consistently ranked among the best online programs.


The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.


Top Benefits for you to attend an accredited school:

° You can take advantage of federal financial aid.

° You can be admitted to a graduate or professional school.

° Credits earned will qualify to be transferred to another institution.


In addition, various colleges, schools, departments, and programs within the University of Nebraska–Lincoln are accredited by their respective professional accrediting agencies.

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