MSN/MBA Healthcare Administration Dual Degree Program
Graduate Program; Master of Science Nursing (MSN) and Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The MSN/MBA: Healthcare Administration dual degree program combines nursing and business coursework, offering students a unique blend of clinical and healthcare management skills. Graduates of the MSN/MBA dual degree in healthcare administration program are able to integrate ethical practices and policies; synthesize information through research and data analysis; collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, consumers, and other key stakeholders; utilize stewardship of human, fiscal, and organizational resources; and analyze significant issues between clinical nursing practice and healthcare management.
The University of Mary offers the Healthcare Administration dual degree in an accelerated on-site format in selected cities. The MSN/MBA degree program is also offered as an accelerated online degree.
MSN/MBA in Healthcare Administration: Online Degree Program Highlights
In todayís healthcare environment, nursing leaders need a broad background in business as well as clinical concepts. The following are just a few highlights of the MSN/MBA Healthcare Administration dual degree program at the University of Mary:
- The MSN/MBA Healthcare Administration program incorporates Christian, Catholic, Benedictine values into the core curriculum, imparting to students the skills to be effective nursing leaders and ethical decision makers.
- Classes are led by world-class faculty who are also noted professionals in their fields of study.
- Graduate students work toward their MSN/MBA dual degree in healthcare administration with a group of adult student peers, offering strong team support.
- Academic advisors are available to provide expert guidance on programs of study, course registration, completion of degree requirements, and more.
Health Administration MSN/MBA Dual Degree: Course Requirements
Courses within the MSN/MBA Healthcare Administration dual degree program cover a broad spectrum of business, administrative, and clinical subject areas, including managerial finance and accounting, evidence-based practice and strategic healthcare decision-making, influential nursing leadership, and much more.
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If you are considering a masterís degree in nursing from the University of Mary, you might also be interested in the following graduate programs offered online, at distance education locations, and/or at our main campus in Bismarck, North Dakota: