UNO – College of Public Affairs and Community Service

University of Nebraska Omaha College of Public Affairs and Community Service

University of Nebraska Omaha College of Public Affairs and Community Service

富有影响力

赋予未来的领导者力量,促进包容性的合作,创造创新的解决方案

公共事务和社区服务学院(CPACS)全国排名名列前茅,拥有公认为各自领域的专家及屡获殊荣的教师团队。 CPACS于1973年创建,以确保大学响应我们的社区和州的重要的社会需求。我们的使命包括提供最高水准的教育计划,为学生准备在公共服务领导和帮助社区解决重要问题。

每年大约有3000名学生就读于CPACS攻读本科,研究生和博士,就读我们的各学科和推广项目。这些学生学习技能,培养能力和发展解决我们面临的一个地方和国家层面的社会问题的必要的关系。

学院简介

公共事务和社区服务的学院包括8个单位和几个分单位。我们的学术研究是跨学科的,和无数地方,国家和国际组织合作,使在内布拉斯加州和世界各地的社区发挥积极作用。作为我们内布拉斯加州的排名最高的大学,我们有8个项目被美国新闻与世界报道排在全国前25。

想了解有关各单位的学位和推广项目的更多信息,直接点击该单位名称进入各单位的网站查看。

  • 继续学部,CPACS 207,402.554.2370
  • 公共管理学院,CPACS 111 402.554.2625
  • 紧急服务计划,CPACS 114,402.554.4900
  • 城市研究,CPACS 111,402.554.3865
  • 航空学院,CPACS 120,402.554.3424
  • 美国航空航天局(NASA)内布拉斯加航天资助联盟,CPACS 041,402.554.3772
  • 格雷斯雅培社会工作学院,CPACS 206,402.554.2791
  • 犯罪学与刑事司法学院CPACS 218 402.554.2610
  • 林肯校园计划,310内布拉斯加州馆,402.472.6758
  • 内布拉斯加司法研究中心,CPACS 218,402.554.3794
  • 少年司法研究所,941Ó街,套房605,林肯,402.476-0113
  • 老年学,CPACS 211,402.554.2272
  • 古德里奇奖学金项目,CPACS 123,402.554.2274
  • 公共事务研究中心,CPACS 108,402.554.2134
  • 威廉·布伦南劳工研究所,CEC 115E,402.595.2343

CPACS学术课程

我们提供多种本科,研究生和证书,供学生选择。我们所有的课程都由专业教师和在该领域有丰富经验的行政专业人士执教 – 让我们的毕业生取得优势,获得在当今的就业市场取得成功所需的信息和知识。

学士学位课程

航空学学士
犯罪学与刑事司法学学士
应急管理理学士
老年学理学士
通识教育学士
社会工作学学士
硕士学位课程

犯罪和刑事司法硕士
社会老年学硕士
社会老年学硕士/法学硕士(双学位)
社会老年学硕士/法律研究硕士(双学位)
公共管理硕士
公共管理硕士/管理信息系统硕士(双学位)
犯罪学与刑事司法学硕士
城市研究学硕士
社会工作硕士
社会工作硕士/公共事业管理硕士(双学位)
社会工作硕士/公共卫生硕士(双学位)
社会工作硕士/犯罪学与刑事司法学硕士(双学位)
博士学位课程

犯罪和刑事司法博士
公共管理博士
人类科学 老年学博士学位

证书课程

老年学研究生证书
老年学/法学研究生证书
公共管理研究生证书
老年学本科证书

Contact Us –院长办公室

Deans Office:
6001 Dodge Street, CPACS 109
Omaha, Nebraska 68182
Phone: 554.2276
Fax: 554.4871

The College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) proudly serves as home to nationally ranked programs and award-winning faculty recognized as experts in their fields. CPACS was created in 1973 to ensure the university was responsive to the critical social needs of our community and state.

Our mission includes offering the highest caliber educational programs to prepare students for leadership in public service and helping the community solve important problems.

Approximately 3,000 students each year are enrolled in CPACS to pursue undergraduate, graduate and doctoral studies in any of our academic and outreach programs. These students learn the skills and develop the relationships necessary to address the social issues we face on a local and national level.

About Us

The College of Public Affairs and Community Service comprises 8 units and several subunits. Our programs are interdisciplinary and work with countless local, national, and international organizations to make a difference in communities in Nebraska and around the world. As our state’s highest ranked College, we have 8 programs ranked in the top 25 in the nation by US News and World Report.

For more information about the degree and outreach programs of each unit go directly to each unit’s website by clicking on the unit name.

Division of Continuing Studies, CPACS 207, 402.554.2370

School of Public Administration, CPACS 111, 402.554.2625

Emergency Services Program, CPACS  114, 402.554.4900

Urban Studies, CPACS 111, 402.554.3865

Aviation Institute, CPACS 120, 402.554.3424

NASA Nebraska Space Grant Consortium, CPACS 041, 402.554.3772

Grace Abbott School of Social Work, CPACS 206, 402.554.2791

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, CPACS 218, 402.554.2610

Lincoln campus program, 310 Nebraska Hall, 402.472.6758

Nebraska Center for Justice Research, CPACS 218, 402.554.3794

Juvenile Justice Institute, 941 O Street, Suite 605, Lincoln, 402.476-0113

Department of Gerontology, CPACS 211, 402.554.2272

Goodrich Scholarship Program, CPACS 123, 402.554.2274

Center for Public Affairs Research, CPACS 108, 402.554.2134

William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies, CEC 115E, 402.595.2343

CPACS Academic Programs

We offer several undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs for students to select from. All of our courses are taught by faculty and executive professionals with experience in the field – giving our graduates an edge and the information necessary to succeed in today’s job market.

Bachelors Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science in Aviation
Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management
Bachelor of Science in Gerontology
Bachelor of General Studies
Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Masters Degree Programs

Master of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Master of Arts in Social Gerontology
Master of Arts in Social Gerontology/Juris Doctor (dual degree)
Master of Arts in Social Gerontology/Master of Legal Studies (dual degree)
Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Administration/Management Infomation Systems (dual degree)
Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Master of Science in Urban Studies
Master of Social Work
Master of Social Work/Master of Public Administration (dual degree)
Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health (dual degree)
Master of Social Work/Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice (dual degree)

Doctoral Degree Programs

Ph.D. in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Ph.D. in Public Administration
Doctoral Specialization in Gerontology in the Ph.D. in Human Science

Certificate Programs

Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
Graduate Certificate in Gerontology/Juris Doctor
Graduate Certificate in Public Management
Undergraduate Certificate in Gerontology