You’ll see a lot of familiar names in our listings of Nebraska analytics degrees & certificates. Most of the established colleges & universities in the state—including UN campuses—offer data-focused programs. You can pursue an undergraduate degree or master’s degree, opt to go public or private, or even consider an MBA.
Research & Career-Building
UNL is doing some fascinating transdisciplinary work in the realm of life sciences—check out the Quantitative Life Sciences Initiative and its list of research projects & affiliated organizations. At UNO, you’ll find research labs in knowledge representation & natural language understanding, bridging big data, and bioinformatics. Meanwhile, Wayne State has its own AI, Big Data & Analytics Group, with sponsored projects, talent recruitment initiatives, and millions of dollars in funding.
Omaha isn’t the first port of call for big-name analytics conferences like INFORMS, so you may want to budget for few trips to Denver or Chicago. Consider attending Wayne State’s AI, Big Data & Analytics Summit—it’s not always held in Nebraska, but it’s often nearby. The University of Nebraska will also host its own in-campus events.