Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies

Designed to accommodate the unique circumstances and needs of adult, transfer and military students, the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Degree:

  • Offers over 35 areas of study and affords maximum flexibility of course selection and degree design. Students may choose courses and areas of study to meet individual career goals or requirements, prepare for graduate study, or satisfy personal interests and aspirations.
  • Supports student success through professional, personalized academic advising services.
  • Offers an academic amnesty policy. This policy gives eligible students the opportunity to improve their University of Nebraska system grade point average. 
  • Permits students to complete degree requirements of the UNO Catalog under which they entered the Division of Continuing Studies, allowing unforeseen interruption of studies without changes in degree requirements.
  • Supports the geographic mobility through its residency policy and extensive array of course options. Students can take classes online, on campus, or at off-campus locations, including Offutt Air Force Base.
  • Allows liberal acceptance of academic transfer credit from regionally accredited post-secondary institutions.
  • Maintains its origins as a military/veteran-friendly degree and awards credit for military experience and education.
  • Includes credit by examination provisions, enabling students to establish academic credit for acquired knowledge (e.g. CLEP, DSST).
  • Features credit-granting policies for approved formal learning experiences obtained outside the college/university classroom (non-traditional credit).

To learn more about the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Degree, visit or schedule a meeting with an academic advisor at one of our two division of Continuing Studies locations:  

Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Requirements

A minimum of 120 credit hours is required for a Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies. 24 of the last 48 hours must be University of Nebraska at Omaha courses.

To obtain a BMS, a student must fulfill the university, college, and program requirements. Grades of C- or better are required in the University General Education courses and in the Area of Concentration (Concentration Required) and Areas of Emphasis (Concentration Not Required).

TOTAL HOURS (MINIMUM): 120

Concentration Required:

  • 40 to 46 hours of University General Education courses
  • At least 30 hours in the Area of Concentration
    • Some Areas of Concentration have more than 30 hours
    • At least 9 hours must be Upper Division completed at UNO
  • 12 hours in Secondary Field #1
  • 12 hours in Secondary Field #2
  • Elective hours as needed to reach 120 total credit hours
  • At least 30 hours must be Upper Division

Concentration Not Required:

  • 40 to 46 hours of University General Education courses
  • 15 hours in Area of Emphasis #1
    • At least 6 hours must be Upper Division completed at UNO
  • 15 hours in Area of Emphasis #2
    • At least 6 hours must be Upper Division completed at UNO
  • 15 hours in Area of Emphasis #3
  • Elective hours as needed to reach 120 total credit hours
  • At least 30 hours must be Upper Division

Credit for Prior Learning

The Division of Continuing Studies awards credit for prior learning and formal training experiences evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Board of Regents of the State of New York System (PONSI) and/or approved by the Division’s Faculty Academic Policy Committee (FAPC). A maximum of 65 hours from non-traditional sources can be used in the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Degree.

The Division of Continuing Studies does not offer portfolio or non-portfolio evaluation of students’ life experiences. The Division and the FAPC rely on expert opinion to evaluate standardized training and examinations and believe that such a policy upholds the quality, integrity, and standards of the BMS Degree. When appropriate, students may be encouraged to test for credit in areas they believe they are knowledgeable.

Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Degree Areas of Concentration

The curriculum of each BMS Area of Concentration is determined by the faculty of the respective academic department. Area of Concentration curricular revisions are made in partnership with the academic department.

Art

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of Art and Art History (ART)

Aviation Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

AVN 1000INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION AND AEROSPACE3
AVN 1040HISTORY OF AVIATION AND AEROSPACE3
AVN 2020AIRLINE OPERATIONS3
or AVN 2050 INTRODUCTION TO AIRPORT ADMINISTRATION
Additional 21 hours from the Aviation Institute (AVN)21

Behavioral Health

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

SOWK 1000SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL WELFARE3
SOWK 1500SOCIAL WORK AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT3
PHHB 2070DRUG AWARENESS3
PSYC 2500LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY3
PSYC 4440ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY3
Additional 15 hours to be selected from 2 of the 4 areas listed below:15
Human Development
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING
PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY
DEATH AND DYING
ISSUES IN AGING
WORKING WITH MINORITY ELDERLY
RACE, CLASS AND GENDER IN THE UNITED STATES
Clinical
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONALITY AND ADJUSTMENT
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
MENTAL HEALTH AND AGING
LAW & PSYCHOLOGY: ETHICS, RESEARCH & SERVICE
SOCIOLOGY OF MENTAL HEALTH & ILLNESS
MENTAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS: RISK FACTORS AND INTERVENTIONS
SPECIAL TOPICS
HOSPICE & OTHER SERVICES FOR THE DYING PATIENT/FAMILY
COUNSELNG SKILLS IN GERONTOLOGY
PRACTICUM
TREATMENT ISSUES IN CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
Health
FOUNDATIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
HEALTHFUL LIVING
STRESS MANAGEMENT
HEALTH CONCEPTS OF SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
COMMUNITY HEALTH
HEALTH ASPECTS OF AGING
PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY
HEALTH EDUCATION - PLANNING AND ORGANIZATION
Measurement
STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL INQUIRY

Biology

Requirements: (36 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

BIOL 1450BIOLOGY I5
BIOL 1750BIOLOGY II5
Additional 26 hours from the Department of Biology (BIOL)
Required supporting coursework in Physics: (5-10 hours)5-10
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS
and INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS LABORATORY
OR
GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH ALGEBRA
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
AND
GENERAL PHYSICS
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
OR
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
AND
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
Secondary Field I: Must be Chemistry (14-16 hours)14-16
Choose either Pre-Health or Pre-Med focus:
Pre-Health
FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
and FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
and FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOCHEMISTRY
and FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY
Pre-Med
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Black Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of Black Studies (BLST)

Civic Leadership

Requirements: (36 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

Leadership/Management (9 hours)
PA 2000LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION3
MGMT 3490MANAGEMENT3
Choose One of the following:3
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PRINCIPLES OF COLLABORATION
PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY
Communication (6 hours)
CMST 2410SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP3
Choose one of the following:3
COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP AND POWER AND ORGANIZATIONS
COMMUNICATION, TEAMWORK, & FACILITATION
Organizational Design (6 hours)
PA 4440ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE3
PA 4530STRATEGIC PLANNING3
Political Awareness (9 hours)
PSCI 1100INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT3
PA 2170INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION3
Choose one of the following:3
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY
INTEREST GROUPS
CONGRESS AND THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: FOUNDATIONS
SEMINAR IN PUBLIC POLICY
Ethics (3 hours)
PHIL 1020CONTEMPORARY MORAL PROBLEMS3
Internship/Practicum (3 hours)
PA 4950INTERNSHIP3

Communication Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

CMST 2010INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION3
or CMST 2410 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP
CMST 4510PERSUASION AND SOCIAL INFLUENCE3
Select one from the following:3
SPEECH COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS AND THE PROFESSIONS
ADVANCED PUBLIC SPEAKING
INTERVIEWING
INTERCOLLEGIATE FORENSIC ACTIVITIES
Additional 21 hours from Communication Studies (CMST)21
An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken from Journalism and Media Communicaiton (JMC)9

Computer Science

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

CSCI 1200COMPUTER SCIENCE PRINCIPLES3
or CIST 1300 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT
CIST 1400INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I3
CSCI 1620INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II3
CSCI 2240INTRODUCTION TO C PROGRAMMING3
CSCI 2030MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE3
CSCI 3320DATA STRUCTURES3
Select two from the following: (6 hours)6
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL DESIGN AND COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
OPERATING SYSTEMS
INTRODUCTION SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Additional 6 upper level hours from Department of Computer Science (CSCI)6
Secondary Field I: Must be Math (12 hours minimum)12
CALCULUS I
APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA
Statistics course recommended, but not required

Creative Writing

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

WRWS 1010CONTEMPORARY WRITERS:IN PERSON IN PRINT3
WRWS 2050FUNDAMENTALS OF FICTION WRITING3
WRWS 2060FUNDAMENTALS OF POETRY WRITING3
Additional 3 upper level hours from Department of Writer's Workshop (WRWS)3
12-16 hours selected from one area listed below:12-16
Fiction Studios
BASIC FICTION STUDIO
INTERMEDIATE FICTION STUDIO
ADVANCED FICTION STUDIO II
Poetry Studios
BASIC POETRY STUDIO
INTERMEDIATE POETRY STUDIO
ADVANCED POETRY STUDIO I
Creative Nonfiction Studios
BASIC CREATIVE NONFICTION STUDIO
INTERMEDIATE CREATIVE NONFICTION STUDIO
ADVANCED CREATIVE NONFICTION STUDIO
Screenwriting Studios
BASIC SCREENWRITING AND TELEVISION WRITING STUDIO
INTERMEDIATE SCREENWRITING STUDIO
ADVANCED SCREENWRITING STUDIO I
ADVANCED SCREENWRITING STUDIO II
Additional 6 hours to be selected from the following:6
INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH LITERATURE I
INTRODUCTION TO BRITISH LITERATURE II
AMERICAN LITERATURE I
AMERICAN LITERATURE II
Secondary Field I: Must be English Literature (12 hours minimum, upper level)12

Criminology and Criminal Justice

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (CRCJ)

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in one of the following College/departments:
College of Business Administration
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology

Cybersecurity

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

CSCI 2240INTRODUCTION TO C PROGRAMMING3
or CYBR 2250 LOW-LEVEL PROGRAMMING
CIST 3110INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS3
CYBR 3600INFORMATION SECURITY, POLICY AND AWARENESS3
CYBR 4360FOUNDATIONS OF CYBERSECURITY3
CYBR 3350SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - LINUX3
CYBR 3370SECURITY ADMINISTRATION - WINDOWS3
CIST 4540COMPUTER SECURITY MANAGEMENT3
ISQA 3400INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE3
or CSCI 3550 COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
CSCI 2030MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE3
or MATH 2030 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
Additional 3 upper level hourse form Cybersecurity (CYBR)3
INTRODUCTION SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
NUMBER THEORY & CRYPTOGRAPHY
MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Emergency Management

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

EMGT 1000INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT3
EMGT 2020EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND COMMUNICATION3
EMGT 2050POLITICAL AND LEGAL FOUNDATIONS IN EMERGENCY SERVICES3
PA 2170INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION3
PA/CRCJ/SOWK 3000APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR3
EMGT 3040PREPAREDNESS/PLANNING AND RISK MITIGATION3
EMGT 3080AGENCY COLLABORATION DURING DISASTERS3
EMGT 4060DISASTER RESPONSE AND RECOVERY3
Additional 6 hours from the following courses:6
AVIATION LAW
AIRPORT SAFETY AND SECURITY
POLICE AND SOCIETY
TERRORISM
DISASTERS AND VULNERABLE POPULATIONS
FEDERAL/TRIBAL GOVERNMENT TO GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
PROTECTING AND SUSTAINING TRIBAL ECONOMIES
INTEGRATION OF CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TRIBAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
CODES AND INSPECTIONS
STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
FIRE PREVENTION, ORGANIZATION, AND MANAGEMENT
ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
CARTOGRAPHY AND GIS
and CARTOGRAPHY & GIS LAB
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
METEOROLOGY
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY
MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT
MANAGING IN A DIGITAL WORLD
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
EPIDEMIOLOGY & PREVENTION OF DISEASE
COMMUNITY HEALTH
PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY
UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY
INTELLIGENCE AND NATIONAL SECURITY
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND MANAGEMENT
PERSONNEL AND VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFITS
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFITS
MARKETING IN PUBLIC, NON-PROFIT AND AVIATION ORGANIZATIONS
SEMINAR IN PUBLIC POLICY
PUBLIC BUDGETING
NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING
STRATEGIC PLANNING

Engineering Physics

Requirements: (60-63 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

PHYS 2110
PHYS 1154
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
5
PHYS 2120
PHYS 1164
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
5
PHYS 4200INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM MECHANICS3
PHYS 3260COMPUTER TOOLS FOR PHYSICISTS2
or MATH 2200 MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING I
MATH 2050
MATH 2350
APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA
and DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
3
or PHYS 3250 MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PHYSICS
PHYS 3800OPTICS3
PHYS 3450CLASSICAL MECHANICS3
PHYS 3750ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM I3
PHYS 3600THERMODYNAMICS AND STATISTICAL PHYSICS3
CHEM 1180
CHEM 1184
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
4
ENGL 3980TECHNICAL WRITING ACROSS THE DISCIPLINES3
or ENGR 3000 CREATIVITY AND WRITING FOR ENGINEERS
Two hours from the following:2
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS I
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS II
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS III
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS IV
Additional 20 hours to be selected from Department of Civil Engineering (CIVE) or Department of Computer and Electronics Engineering (ECEN)20
Secondary Field I: Must be Math14
CALCULUS I
CALCULUS II
CALCULUS III

English

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of English (ENGL) beyond ENGL 1160/ ENGL 1164 English Composition II or equivalent.

Strongly recommended courses:
ENGL 2410 or ENGL 2420
ENGL 4790
ENGL 4800
ENGL 4990

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in one of the following departments:
Black Studies
Communication Studies
Foreign Language
History
Journalism & Media Communication
Library Science
Native American Studies
Philosophy
Religion
Sociology
Theatre
Writers Workshop
Women's and Gender Studies

Environmental Sciences

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

ENVN 2010ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS1
BIOL 1330ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY3
CHEM 1010
CHEM 1014
CHEMISTRY IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
and CHEMISTRY IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY LABORATORY
4
GEOL 1010ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY3
GEOG 1030INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
Additional 15 hours selected from the curriculum of one of the Environmental Sciences options:15
Analytic
Earth Science
Geography & Planning
Life Science

General Administration

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours of Accounting (ACCT), Economics (ECON), Entrepreneurship (ENTR), Finance and Baking (FNBK), Business Administration (BSAD), Law and Society (LAWS), Management (MGMT), Marketing (MKT), Real Estate (RELU), Supply Chain Management (SCMT) and Public Administration (PA).

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in Political Science.

General Science

Requirements: (49-50 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

CHEM 1180
CHEM 1184
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
4
CHEM 1190
CHEM 1194
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
4
Select one of the following:5
GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH ALGEBRA
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
Select one of the following:5
GENERAL PHYSICS
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
Select one of the following:5-6
CALCULUS I
CALCULUS FOR THE MANAGERIAL, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
CALCULUS FOR THE MANAGERIAL, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
and INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
BIOL 1450BIOLOGY I5
BIOL 1750BIOLOGY II5
GEOL 1170INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY4
Additional 12 hours of electives at the 2000 level or higher in at least two of the following disciplines: Biology (BIOL), Chemistry (CHEM), Physics (PHYS), Geology (GEOL), Geography (GEOG). Geography courses must be from a physical science perspective.12

Geography

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

Select one of the following areas:

Physical and Human Study
GEOG 1000FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1020INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1030INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
Select one from the following:3-4
METEOROLOGY
and INTRODUCTION TO METEOROLOGY LABORATORY
GEOARCHAEOLOGY
BIOGEOGRAPHY
PROCESS GEOMORPHOLOGY
CLIMATOLOGY
SOIL GENESIS, MORPHOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION
WATER RESOURCES
Select two from the following:6
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
NEBRASKA NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGMENT
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY, GENDER AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
GEOGRAPHY OF ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION
URBANIZATION IN DEVELOPING AREAS
Additional 11 hours from Department of Geography (GEOG)11
Regional Study
GEOG 1000FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1020INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1030INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
Select one from the following:3
TRAVEL STUDY IN GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA
GEOGRAPHY IN FILM
GEOGRAPHY OF MIDDLE AMERICA
GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA
EAST & SOUTHEAST ASIA
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
RUSSIA AND FORMER SOVIET REPUBLICS
Select one from the following:3
UNITED STATES & CANADA
GREAT PLAINS & NEBRASKA
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES
GEOGRAPHICAL FIELD STUDIES
Additional 14 hours from the Department of Geography (GEOG)14
Techniques
GEOG 1000FUNDAMENTALS OF WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1020INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
GEOG 1030INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY4
GEOG 3530CARTOGRAPHY AND GIS2
GEOG 3540CARTOGRAPHY & GIS LAB2
Select one from the following:3-4
INTRODUCTION TO GEOSPATIAL SCIENCES
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN GEOGRAPHY
COMPUTER MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS II
INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL REGIONAL PLANNING EARTH SCIENCE
Additional 12-13 hours from Department of Geography (GEOG)12-13

Geology

Select one of the following areas of concentration:
Education and Liberal Arts (40 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)
GEOL 1170INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY4
GEOL 1180INTRODUCTION TO HISTORICAL GEOLOGY4
GEOL 2300GEOSCIENCE DATA ANALYSIS AND MODELING3
GEOL 2750
GEOL 2754
MINERALOGY
and MINERALOGY LABORATORY
4
GEOL 3300
GEOL 3310
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
and STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY FIELD METHODS
4
GEOL 2500SPECIAL TOPICS IN GEOGRAPHY-GEOLOGY (to be taken twice, 1 hour each)2
GEOL 4800INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL/REGIONAL PLANNING/EARTH SCIENCE1-6
Additional 16 hours in Department of Geology (GEO) or Department of Geography (GEOG) courses, to be chosen in consultation with Geology advisor.16
Required supporting coursework:
GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH ALGEBRA
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
GENERAL PHYSICS
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
and FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLEGE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
An approved statistics course
Environmental Geology: (39-41 hours,must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)
GEOL 1170INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY4
GEOL 2300GEOSCIENCE DATA ANALYSIS AND MODELING3
GEOL 2750
GEOL 2754
MINERALOGY
and MINERALOGY LABORATORY
4
GEOL 3300
GEOL 3310
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
and STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY FIELD METHODS
4
GEOL 3400INTRODUCTION TO SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY3
GEOG 4330SOIL GENESIS, MORPHOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION4
GEOL 4540GEOCHEMISTRY3
GEOL 4620ADVANCED FIELD COURSE6
GEOL 4800INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL/REGIONAL PLANNING/EARTH SCIENCE1-6
or GEOL 4950 SENIOR THESIS
Select two from the following:3-4
GEOHYDROLOGY
IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY
and IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY LABORATORY
INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY
and INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY LABORATORY
GEOARCHAEOLOGY
PROCESS GEOMORPHOLOGY
GEOPHYSICS
Required supporting coursework:
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
CALCULUS FOR THE MANAGERIAL, LIFE, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
Select one from the following:3-4
STATISTICAL METHODS I
COMPUTER MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I
ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I
Graduate school track (41-42 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)
GEOL 1170INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY4
GEOL 1180INTRODUCTION TO HISTORICAL GEOLOGY4
GEOL 2300GEOSCIENCE DATA ANALYSIS AND MODELING3
GEOL 2750
GEOL 2754
MINERALOGY
and MINERALOGY LABORATORY
4
GEOL 2760
GEOL 2764
IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY
and IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY LABORATORY
4
GEOL 3300
GEOL 3310
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
and STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY FIELD METHODS
4
GEOL 3400INTRODUCTION TO SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY3
GEOL 4260PROCESS GEOMORPHOLOGY4
GEOL 4620ADVANCED FIELD COURSE6
GEOL 4950SENIOR THESIS3
Select one of the following:3-4
INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY
and INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY LABORATORY
GEOARCHAEOLOGY
GEOPHYSICS
GEOCHEMISTRY
Required supporting coursework:
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
CALCULUS I
CALCULUS II
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
Select one of the following:3-4
STATISTICAL METHODS I
COMPUTER MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I

Gerontology

Requirements: (30 hours,must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

GERO 2000INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY3
GERO 4460PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING3
GERO 3000COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS3
GERO 4940PRACTICUM3
Additional 18 hours from the Department of Gerontology (GERO)18
An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken from one of the following departments:9
Public Administration
Social Work
Transferable Nursing coursework

Healthcare Administration

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

PA 2170INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION3
PA 3500NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND MANAGEMENT3
PA 4206INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS3
GERO 4510LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION3
Select one from the following:3
SPEECH COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS AND THE PROFESSIONS
CORPORATE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP AND POWER AND ORGANIZATIONS
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Additional 15 hours from the following list of courses:15
Organizational Development and Planning
ACCOUNTING BASICS FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS
ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS
INTRODUCTION TO GERONTOLOGY
COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS
SENIOR HOUSING
WORKING WITH MINORITY ELDERLY
BABY BOOMERS AND THE 21ST CENTURY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE
INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT
ORGANIZATION CHANGE AND DESIGN
APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR
PROGRAM PLANNING AND EVALUATION
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE
STRATEGIC PLANNING
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Management/Leadership
ETHICS IN ORGANIZATIONS
INTERVIEWING
HEALTH COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION, TEAMWORK, & FACILITATION
CONFLICT MEDIATION
ISSUES IN AGING (Topic: Management and Administration of Aging Programs)
ISSUES IN AGING (Topic: Financial Management in Long-Term Care)
LEGAL ASPECTS OF AGING
PRACTICUM
FOUNDATIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS
PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY
MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING
EMPLOYMENT LAW
PERSONNEL AND VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFITS
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFITS
INTERNSHIP
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
LAW & PSYCHOLOGY: ETHICS, RESEARCH & SERVICE
Organizational Security
INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND COMMUNICATION
POLITICAL AND LEGAL FOUNDATIONS IN EMERGENCY SERVICES
PREPAREDNESS/PLANNING AND RISK MITIGATION
AGENCY COLLABORATION DURING DISASTERS
DISASTER RESPONSE AND RECOVERY
FUNDAMENTALS OF FIRE SCIENCE
CODES AND INSPECTIONS
FIRE RELATED HUMAN BEHAVIOR

History

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of History (HIST)

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in one of the following departments:
Art History
Economics
English Literature
Geography
Literature in a Foreign Language
Philosophy
Political Science
Religion
Sociology

Information Technology

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 upper level from UNO)

CIST 1400INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I3
CSCI 1620INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II3
CSCI 2850PROGRAMMING ON THE INTERNET3
CSCI 3320DATA STRUCTURES3
or ISQA 3310 MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT
CSCI 3550COMMUNICATION NETWORKS3
or ISQA 3400 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE
Select one of the following:3
INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED STATISTICS FOR IS&T
PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS
APPLIED ENGINEERING PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
CIST 2100ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY3
ISQA 3910INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT3
CIST 3110INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS3
Additional 3 upper level hours from Information Technology (CIST/CSCI/CYBR/ISQA)3

International Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

INST 2130GLOBAL CHALLENGES3
INST 4140TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES3
GEOG 1020INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY3
PSCI 2210INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS3
ECON 2200PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO)3
Additional 15 hours, select from one of the the following:15
International Administration
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MACRO)
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW
MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND MANAGEMENT
NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING
Global Strategic Studies
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
AMERICAN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
EUROPE AND AMERICA IN TWO WORLD WARS
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY
SPECIAL TOPICS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
Area Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
Latin American Studies
European Studies
East Asian Studies
African Studies
Secondary Field I: International Studies Foreign Language Requirement (12 hours) Fours semesters of one foreign language required.12

Latino / Latin American Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

LLS 1000LATIN AMERICA: AN INTRODUCTION3
LLS 1010INTRO TO CHICANO-LATINO STUDIES: SOCIAL SCIENCES3
or LLS 1020 INTRODUCTION TO CHICANO-LATINO STUDIES: HUMANITIES
Additional 24 hours from the following:24
Any course from the Department of Latino/Latin American Studies (LLS)
CROSS-CULTURAL SURVEY OF ART
TOPICS IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (Language in the Minority)
ETHNIC LITERATURE
LATINO/A LITERATURE
JUNIOR TOPICS IN AMERICAN LITERATURE (Chicano/a Short Fiction)
TOPICS IN AMERICAN REGIONALISM (Southwest Literature)
LATINO LITERATURE
TEACHING LATINO LITERATURE
TOPICS IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (New World Conquest Literature, Contact and Conquest Narratives of the Americas 1400s-1650s)
GEOGRAPHY OF MIDDLE AMERICA
GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA
LATIN AMERICA: MEXICO AND THE CARIBBEAN
LATIN AMERICA: SOUTH AMERICA
AMERICAN IMMIGRATION HISTORY
TOPICS IN HISTORY (selected topics)
SPECIAL PROJECTS (Latino Health Issues in the U.S.)
LATINO/-A POLITICS
GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF LATIN AMERICA
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF LATIN AMERICA
SPECIAL TOPICS IN RELIGION (Roots of Cuban Spirituality)
MAJOR SOCIAL ISSUES (selected topics)
RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE U.S.
SOCIOLOGY OF LATIN AMERICA
LATINO/A MIGRATION IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
WOMEN'S HEALTH AND ISSUES OF DIVERSITY
SOCIAL CHANGE AND GLOBALIZATION
CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN SOCIOLOGY (selected topics)
SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE I
SURVEY OF LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE II
LATIN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION
ADVANCED COMPOSITION AND STYLISTICS
LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE OF THE 20TH CENTURY
LATIN AMERICAN SHORT STORY
INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM
PRO-SEMINAR: LITERATURE AND/OR FILM (selected topics)
PRO-SEMINAR: CULTURE AND SOCIETY (selected topics)
PRO-SEMINAR: LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE FOR THE PROFESSIONS (Public Health + Spanish in Nicaragua, Spanish Sociolinguistics)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES (Latinos & Gender)

Library Science

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

TED 2160INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY SERVICES3
TED 2360CHILDREN'S LITERATURE3
TED 2500DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP3
TED 4590TEACHING AND LEARNING IN DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS3
TED 4660YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE3
TED 4710RESEARCH AND INQUIRY3
TED 4740MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCES IN LIBRARIES3
TED 4760MANAGING COLLECTIONS IN LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION AGENCIES3
TED 4800LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN LIBRARIES3
TED 4570LIBRARY SCIENCE CAPSTONE3

Management Information Systems

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

CYBR 1100INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SECURITY3
CIST 1400INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I3
CIST 2100ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY3
CSCI 1620INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II3
ISQA 3310MANAGING THE DATABASE ENVIRONMENT3
ISQA 3900WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT3
ISQA 3910INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT3
ISQA 4110INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS3
ISQA 4120SYSTEM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION3
ISQA 3400INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE3

Mathematics

Requirements: (32 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

MATH 1950CALCULUS I5
MATH 1960CALCULUS II5
MATH 1970CALCULUS III4
Additional 18 hours, 2000 level or higher, from Department of Mathematics (MATH). Within these additional 18 hours, students must meet minimum of 9 hours at 3000 level or higher.18

Media Communication

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

JMC 1500INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM AND MEDIA COMMUNICATION3
JMC 2200MEDIA STORYTELLING I3
Additional 24 hours from Journalism and Media Communication (JMC)24
An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken from Communication Studies (CMST)9

Music

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of Music (MUS)

Native American Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

NAMS 1100INTRODUCTION TO NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES3
Additional 27 hours from the following: (select no more than 9 hours from one department)27
Anthropology
PEOPLES AND CULTURES OF NATIVE NORTH AMERICA
NORTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY
ETHNOMEDICINES OF THE AMERICAS
TOPICS IN ETHNOLOGY
SEMINAR IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
English
TOPICS IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
SURVEY OF NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE
NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE: MAJOR FIGURES
MAJOR MOVEMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
TOPICS IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Additional Options
WORKING WITH MINORITY ELDERLY
HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
TOPICS IN HISTORY
INDEPENDENT STUDY
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES
SPECIAL TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY
NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIONS
SHAMANISM
WORKING WITH MINORITY ELDERLY

Nonprofit Administration

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

PA 2170INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION3
PA 3500NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND MANAGEMENT3
PA 3000APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR3
PA 3200PROGRAM PLANNING AND EVALUATION3
PA 3600PERSONNEL AND VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT IN NONPROFITS3
PA 3700FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFITS3
PA 4100MARKETING IN PUBLIC, NON-PROFIT AND AVIATION ORGANIZATIONS3
PA 4500NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING3
Select two from the following:6
LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING & SOCIAL CHANGE
SEMINAR IN PUBLIC POLICY
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE
STRATEGIC PLANNING
INTERNSHIP
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES

Organizational Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

Business9
MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
TOTAL REWARDS
Speech9
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP
PRESENTATION & INTERVIEW ANXIETY REDUCTION TECHNIQUES
or
SPEECH COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS AND THE PROFESSIONS
or
INTERVIEWING
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
Psychology6
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
Select two from the following:6
LABOR ECONOMICS
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
SEMINAR IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL TESTING
CORPORATE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
COMMUNICATION LEADERSHIP AND POWER AND ORGANIZATIONS
INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT
CONFLICT MEDIATION
PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS
or
INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
or
STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
or
SOCIAL STATISTICS

Philosophy

Requirements: 30 hours from the Department of Philosophy (PHIL)

Must include: PHIL 4000 and 6 hours of upper level from UNO

Physics

Requirements: (31 or 34 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

PHYS 2110
PHYS 1154
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
5
PHYS 2120
PHYS 1164
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
5
MATH 2050
MATH 2350
APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA
and DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
6
or PHYS 3250 MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF PHYSICS
MATH 2200MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING I3
Additional 15 upper level hours from the Department of Physics (PHYS)15
Secondary Field I: Must be Mathematics14
CALCULUS I
CALCULUS II
CALCULUS III

Political Science

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 12 hours upper level from UNO)

PSCI 1100INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT3
PSCI 2000INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL INQUIRY AND WRITING3
PSCI 2210INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS3
PSCI 2310INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THOUGHT3
PSCI 2500INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS3
PSCI 4950SENIOR ASSESSMENT IN POLITICAL SCIENCE0
Additional 15 hours from the Department of Political Science (PSCI)15
An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in one of the following departments:9
Economics
Geography
History
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Sociology/Anthropology

Psychology

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

PSYC 1010INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I3
9 hours to be selected from 3 of the 4 areas listed:9
Applied Psychology
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
LEARNING
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL TESTING
PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
Social/Personality/Developmental Psychology
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONALITY THEORIES
Mental Health
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
PERSONALITY AND ADJUSTMENT
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
LAW & PSYCHOLOGY: ETHICS, RESEARCH & SERVICE
Cognitive/Neuroscience
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
HORMONES & BEHAVIOR
Additional 18 hours to be selected from the Department of Psychology (PSYC) 18
OR
PHILOSOPHY OF MIND

Public Policy Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

Required courses:21
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (MICRO)
APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
PROGRAM PLANNING AND EVALUATION
PUBLIC BUDGETING
THE PRESIDENCY
or
CONGRESS AND THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS
or
THE JUDICIAL PROCESS
SEMINAR IN PUBLIC POLICY
Select one specialization:9
Commerce
BUSINESS ETHICS
EMPLOYMENT LAW
INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
POLITICAL AND LEGAL FOUNDATIONS IN EMERGENCY SERVICES
AGENCY COLLABORATION DURING DISASTERS
ECONOMIC THEORY: MACRO
PUBLIC FINANCE
Gerontology
LEGAL ASPECTS OF AGING
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY
BABY BOOMERS AND THE 21ST CENTURY
MID-LIFE, CAREER CHANGE, PRERETIREMENT PLANNING
Urban and Regional Planning
STATE AND LOCAL FINANCE
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
URBAN POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES
Criminal Justice
SURVEY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRIMINAL LAW
CRIMINOLOGY
RACE, ETHNICITY, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS
Health Care
FOUNDATIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
HEALTH CONCEPTS OF SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT
EPIDEMIOLOGY & PREVENTION OF DISEASE
COMMUNITY HEALTH
PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY
Telecommunication & Information Technology
ORGANIZATIONS, APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ETHICS
INFORMATION SECURITY, POLICY AND AWARENESS
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE

Religion

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours from the Department of Religion (RELI)

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken from the Department of Philosophy (PHIL)

Sociology

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

30 hours in Sociology (SOC)

An optional allied field of up to 9 hours may be taken in one of the following disciplines:
Anthropology
Economics
History
Political Science
Psychology
Religion

Sustainability

Requirements: (30-32 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

SUST 1000INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY3
Environmental Science: Select one3-4
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT GEOGRAPHY
Economics/Public Policy: Select one3
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
Social/Ethical: Select one3
LANDSCAPE APPRECIATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE DESIGN
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY
Natural Resources: Select one3-4
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE PLANTS
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE DESIGN
OUR ENERGY FUTURE: SOCIETY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY
ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN HEALTH
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Additional 15 hours to be selected from the courses below or from those not selected above.15
DESIGN THINKING
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICAL SYSTEMS I
SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
NATIVE AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTALISM
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING & SOCIAL CHANGE
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & REGULATIONS
SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES
SPECIAL TOPICS IN SUSTAINABILITY
INTERNSHIP IN SUSTAINABILITY
INDEPENDENT STUDY

Theatre

Requirements: (44 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

THEA 1000THEATRE PRACTICUM (1 hour, course must be taken a minimum 8 times)8
THEA 1010THEATRE APPRECIATION3
THEA 1510FOUNDATIONS OF PRODUCTION DESIGN3
THEA 1550COSTUME AND MAKEUP FOR THEATRE3
THEA 1630STAGECRAFT3
THEA 2310ACTING I3
THEA 2320ACTING II3
THEA 3660STAGE AND TV LIGHTING3
THEA 3760THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE:MODERN / 1850-20003
THEA 3770THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE: CONTEMPORARY3
THEA 4430DIRECTING I3
THEA 4780THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE: CLASSICAL TO 15003
THEA 4790THEATRE HISTORY AND LITERATURE: RENAISSANCE TO 18503

Urban Studies

Requirements: (31 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

UBNS 1010INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES3
PA/CRCJ 3000APPLIED STATISTICS AND DATA PROCESSING IN PUBLIC SECTOR3
GEOG 3530
GEOG 3540
CARTOGRAPHY AND GIS
and CARTOGRAPHY & GIS LAB
4
SOC 3900RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS IN THE U.S.3
or CMST 4530 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION-US
Select two from the following:6
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
URBAN SUSTAINABILITY
URBAN POLITICS
URBAN SOCIOLOGY
URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY
AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY
ECONOMICS OF URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
An additional 12 hours from the following list (must be from at least three different academic departments):12
Black Studies
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Economics
Geography
Gerontology
History
Latino/Latin American Studies
Native American Studies
Political Science
Public Administration
METROPOLIS CONFLICTS AND HOUSING PROBLEMS
CITY PLANNING
Social Work

Women’s and Gender Studies

Requirements: (30 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)

WGST 2010INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE3
WGST 2020INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES: HUMANITIES3
WGST 4010SENIOR SEMINAR3
Additional 21 hours (15 of which must be upper level) to be selected from approved Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) courses.21