Business & Technology

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College of Business & Technology

Experiential hands-on learning is a primary focus of the College of Business and Technology. Students gain knowledge in the classroom and experience in the field.  Here you will find a variety of programs that lead to professional careers:

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Experiential Learning

Students have many opportunities for hand-on exploration and learning. Programs are designed to give students an edge by learning, not just in the classroom, but in experiential learning labs and real-world environments, through internships and other business collaborations. There are many services available to help and guide students to rewarding careers and add to their skills.

Tim Jares

About Us

We have a wide variety of programs in the College that will lead to fulfilling careers in many different professions.

Shannon Ridlen

Learning While Doing

Shannon Ridlen

Senior | Business Administration

Shannon Ridlen, senior in Business Administration from Hayes Center NE, just finished a spring internship at Mount Carmel Home in Kearney. She interned under the dietary manager, learning all aspects of the dietary department, including purchasing, scheduling, employee management, and charting.

Pratt-Heins Awards recognize UNK faculty for excellence

College News

Pratt-Heins Awards recognize UNK faculty for excellence

By TYLER ELLYSON UNK Communications KEARNEY – Three University of Nebraska at Kearney faculty members were recognized Friday with the prestigious Pratt-Heins Faculty Awards for their excellence in teaching, service and scholarship and research. Brenda Eschenbrenner, Kristy Kounovsky-Shafer and Linda Van Ingen accepted the awards during UNK’s Faculty/Staff Convocation in the Fine Arts Recital Hall. […]

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UNK has given me the tools and skills needed to make an impact in the supply chain management industry. By taking ownership of my education and really getting involved at UNK, I have experienced more than I thought possible. 
Tyler Vose
SCM Major