|university of nebraska|
|a university in Lincoln, Nebraska|
university of nebraska
state university system of Nebraska, U.S., composed of four coeducational campuses. It is a land-grant university with a comprehensive academic program; it is also a research institution. The main campus at Lincoln, through its 10 colleges and its graduate studies program, offers some 150 bachelor's degree programs, more than 75 master's degree programs, and several dozen doctoral degree programs. It includes colleges of architecture, law, human resources and family sciences, and agricultural sciences and natural resources. The campus at Omaha has nearly 100 undergraduate degree programs and more than 65 advanced degree programs in 7 colleges; the campus at Kearney offers about 50 academic programs in 4 colleges. Omaha is also the home of the medical centre (the fourth campus), which contains colleges of medicine, dentistry, nursing, and pharmacy and a school of allied health professions.
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