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University of Nebraska

The University of Nebraska was chartered in 1869, and today is on the Carnegie Foundation's list of universities with very high research activity. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCACS) and has three campuses. The main campus is in Lincoln, while the other two lie in Omaha and Kearney. The main campus' registration is currently comprised of more than 24,000 students; it is the fourth oldest of all of the universities in Nebraska. The University of Nebraska online gives students the chance to earn their online bachelors degree or online masters degree. Topic areas include, but are not limited to, applied science, finance, and journalism. However, their master's program is particularly extensive in its offerings with 40 degree options. Its master's programs are so extensive, in fact, that they are ranked on the U.S. News and Report's list for their online graduate education and online graduate business offerings.

Creighton University

A Jesuit University, Creighton University was founded in 1878 by the Society of Jesus. Located in Omaha, the University's campus is home to over 7,000 students and is one of 28 Jesuit colleges in the U.S. Creighton University is also one of Nebraska's online universities, offering online graduate and professional programs in topics like catholic school leadership, information technology management, and occupational therapy. Its campuses, online and traditional, are accredited by the NCACS. Another interesting aspect about Creighton's online programs is that it offers high school students the chance to earn their high school diploma solely through their online high school program.

Bellevue University

With more than 11,000 students, Bellevue University was ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & Report's 2012 Top Online Education Program Rankings. Currently a NCACS accredited online university, the traditional campus was founded in 1966 Bellevue by Bill Brooks as Bellevue College. The university's name changed to Bellevue University in 1994. University degrees online are highly comprehensive and offered at the bachelor's and master's levels; it also offers one online PhD program. Examples of some of their bachelor's programs are communication arts, graphic design, history marketing management, and software development, though they offer more than 40 online bachelors degrees. Some of their master's disciplines include health care administration, cybersecurity, and leadership and coaching, though there are about 20 online masters degree options.

The major industries in Nebraska are farming and meat packing. According to the state's governor, Dave Heineman, 21% of Nebraskans work in farm-related jobs. Those looking to use an online education to enter into these industries might choose degrees in agricultural sciences, agricultural technology, and agricultural management. According to

An online education is the perfect opportunity for busy working adults to earn advanced degrees that enable them to seek higher ranking, higher paying positions. Accredited online colleges, like the ones discussed above, are those that have been approved based on their quality education offerings and operations. Seeking a degree at an accredited online university entails the same education as one would receive at a traditional, face-to-face university. Students must, however, develop or possess organizational skills because with the convenience of an online education comes the responsibility for students to schedule when they will study and complete their course work; online courses are usually self-paced and require students to complete course curriculum within a stipulated period of time.

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