IANR . . . Providing access via distance to a University of Nebraska education . . . A solid university curriculum. Distance education courses offered through IANR's College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources and College of Human Resources & Family Sciences are developed and taught by the same UNL faculty members teaching in "traditional" UNL classrooms. The credits you can earn from your home office are the same credits you would earn on campus. Who has time? Thanks to the Institute's distance education program, now you do! Our courses are designed for access any time of the day or night. You set your schedule. We'll be here! A stronger workforce. Agribusiness and organizational employees can take advantage of professional development opportunities that don't require time out of the field or office. CASNR's new Master of Agriculture degree via distance is geared toward just such a professional. Knowledge is power. IANR's distance education students have on-line access to the University of Nebraska Library system of more than 2.5 million print volumes, over 4.0 million microform volumes, more than 11,500 current serial subscriptions, as well as numerous on-line research databases. The University Libraries include Don L. Love Memorial Library and nine branch libraries. UNL proud. Degree or credit certificate students are also eligible for membership in the UNL Alumni Association. Visit our Community page for membership benefits.