The University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK) was founded as the Nebraska State Normal School at Kearney in 1905. It is one of four educational institutions under the University of Nebraska System and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. UNK offers degree programs through its 258-acre campus at Kearney, as well as through the internet through the University’s online learning platform.
Enrollees and students of UNK’s online programs can be assured that they will get the same quality education if they had enrolled on campus. All courses are taught by qualified faculty members, some of whom have doctoral degrees. The courses are highly interactive and lessons are supplemented by multi-media presentations and instructional CDs and DVDs.
UNK offers almost 20 online graduate degrees, three online undergraduate degrees in the fields of Art, Communication, Music. Science, Education, and History. UNK also has one blended undergraduate program (Driver Education Endorsement) which is offered in a combined format of online and video conferencing.
The tuition fees charged by UNK for online courses vary. Fees do not include the cost of books and other miscellaneous expenses. Financial aid in the form of easy payment terms are available. For information on tuition fees and other financial aid options, contact the UNK’s Financial Aid office.
Admission requirements vary depending on the academic level of the program selected. For information on admission requirements and procedures for UNK’s online programs, contact the UNK Admissions Office or visit the UNK website.