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Dunklau School of Business

Business education has been a part of Midland University for decades. In 2013, the Dunklau School of Business was established and named after Rupert Dunklau, a prominent Fremont businessman. 

The undergraduate business program has continued to grow and now includes eight undergraduate majors: Accounting, Agribusiness, Business Administration, Business Intelligence and Technology, Digital Marketing, Financial Services, Management, and Sport Management.

The graduate programs within the school of business started with the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, which was added in 2013. The Learning and Talent Development (MS-LTD) program was moved to the School of Business in 2021. A Master of Science in Sport Administration (MS-SAL) was also introduced in 2021 and the Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics (MS-BIA) was added in 2023.


The Dunklau School of Business is committed to equipping business students with the knowledge and mindset for success in a variety of career paths. Our desire is to have each graduate identify the right vocational fit by exposing them to employers, industries, and job options throughout their time with us. 

Experiential and project-based learning within the school of business moves our students out of theory and into practical, hands-on learning, making their transition from school to work easier. We want our students to find the right balance between solid business knowledge and innovation so that they can add value to any employer, or their own entrepreneurial pursuits. 

Our Faculty

The Dunklau School of Business is made up of a team of full-time professors and adjunct faculty who are experts in their field and have excelled in different areas of business. Our students are immersed in real-life business experiences and learn and interact with professionals through internships, practicums, and classes. As one of the prominent business schools in Nebraska, students are provided opportunities that extend well beyond the classroom.

Academic Core Experience

At Midland University, each undergraduate student progresses through an academic core experience during their four years of study. The DRIVE framework is designed to develop skills, create experiences and prepare students to set their course for success.

Explore Our Programs

During your time as a student, you’ll experience a comprehensive program in the Dunklau School of Business while earning your bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or enrolled in a professional study program.

Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate Minors

Undergraduate Certificates

Graduate-Level Studies

Professional Studies

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