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University of Nebraska at Omaha. College of Business Administration

 Organization

The University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Business Administration (CBA) was established in 1931 as the Department of Business Administration at the Municipal University of Omaha. Around 1953, it was elevated to the status of College of Business Administration, and continued with that name through the Municipal University of Omaha's 1968 merger with the University of Nebraska system to become the University of Nebraska at Omaha, to the present. CBA has programs in accounting, economics, banking, finance, real estate, marketing, management, and other areas of business.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Diamond Jubilee : College of Business Administration, 1983, 5/24/2015

 Item
Scope and Contents Overview of the history of the College of Business Administration with interviews of Dr. Larry R Trussell and Dr. John W Lucas, Dean, College of Business Administration, 1952-1969. Number 3 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Diamond Jubilee series. Sponsored by UNO's College of Continuing Studies in cooperation with television station KMTV. From the series TV Classroom.Title as listed in guide to series : Merging a proud past with a promising future.Runtime:...
Dates: 1983; Digitized: 5/24/2015

History of the College of Business Administration by Jack Hill, 2001-2002

 Series — Box: Hill 1
Scope and Contents Drafts, notes, and ephemera related to the history of CBA by Jack Hill, gathered in 2001-2002 or earlier.

The collection includes records of the 50th anniversary planning initiative, circa 2001; a tabbed binder with information about business administration programs at the university from 1912 through 1999, a second binder with tabs related to specific business administration programs, and several bundles of loose paper grouped by subtopic.
Dates: 2001-2002