Nebraska is a public graduate school in Lincoln, Nebraska. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 5,125 graduate students. Of the 74 graduate programs offered at University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 12 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Nebraska - Lincoln are Law, Educational Administration, and Business. 47% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Educational Administration104 Students
Mathematics Teacher Education65 Students
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology56 Students
Computer and Information Sciences42 Students
Crop and Soil Sciences41 Students
Music History and Literature41 Students
University of Nebraska - Lincoln Graduate Reviews
Mediocre University academically with extremely limited cultural diversity and far too many scholarships doled out to unremarkable foreign students from China PR that could never get into a prestigious University on the East or West coast. Extremely segregated campus based on fraternities/sororities/athletes holding court with each other and limited interaction between groups when not forced. There's very little attempt to bridge the gap and create a family feel on campus, but it does have some positives in that it is extremely non-threatening. It's very safe, but almost too safe in regards to there not being enough exceptional students around you to challenge you and push your thinking further.
Wonderful school and community. Diverse, tons of options for activities and clubs. Events going on every night of the week. The campus and facilities are clean and beautiful. The atmosphere is welcoming and warm! Wonderful professors who truly care about their students. This is a safe and fun campus and a wonderful thing to be a part of !
My time at the University of Nebraska Lincoln was great. I had a good classroom experience and found all of my professors to be attentive, active, and involved in their students' education. I would like to see the diversity of the university expand as well as the focus on departments outside of athletics.