- 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)
- P-12 School Leadership, M.Ed. in Educational Administration area of study Note: 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)
- 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
- 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
- M.A. in Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education with specialization in World Language Teaching
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)
- 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.