Creighton University

The school is ranked among the top 15 in the nation for finance and accounting, as well as for nursing, chemistry, and psychology. Creighton's School of Business is accredited by AACSB International and has the highest number of faculty members holding the CFA designation in the world.

Our Faculty

Faculty members embody the Creighton mission and values by showing care and respect for each student. In the classroom, they integrate critical and creative thinking with active approaches to learning. They equip students with ethical perspectives to help navigate our complex world. As experts in their fields, faculty members conduct research that advances new knowledge. They help prepare students to live great lives by modeling a lifelong commitment to community, inquiry, justice, reflection and service.

Our Programs

Creighton’s nine schools and colleges deliver a powerful education with programs in the arts and sciences, law, business and health sciences. Opportunities for hands-on researchservice-learning, study abroad and other immersive learning experiences abound. 

Formation of the student as a “whole person” and well-rounded individual is key in every program. The Magis Core Curriculum for undergraduate students is designed to introduce students to a range of ideas and disciplines, all within a framework focused on ethical reasoning and critical thinking. 

Our Reputation

Creighton University ranks in the top third of U.S. News & World Report magazine’s college rankings for National Universities. Publications such as The Princeton Review and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance have also recognized Creighton as a leader in service, sustainability and value.

Most importantly, community partners and business leaders know Creighton graduates are not only highly competent but also empathetic, passionate and principled global citizens. 

Undergraduate teaching quality ranked 25th, more than Cornell and Columbia ranked 36th, physical therapy program ranked 9th in the United States, right after Duke University.
Omaha, home of Warren Buffett's shareholder meeting. Home to 9 Fortune 500 companies. 5 lakes, 2 major rivers
Donald Raymond Keough, President of The Coca-Cola Company (1986-1993); Cathy Hughes, Founder of Urban One, the most listened radio station in Washington, DC, and the first African American female entrepreneur to own a public company