The dual Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration (MSN/MBA) – Health Management program provides students with the skills and experience to lead in the growing field of healthcare. Building in-demand skills in both nursing and business will make graduates a sought-after asset in healthcare administration. Graduates of this program have assumed nursing and healthcare administration leadership roles in acute care, primary care, and community/public health; and on quality and safety, strategic planning, nursing informatics, and talent acquisition teams. The program requires 62 semester hours, with 504 clinical hours as part of the curriculum. Nursing didactic courses (NUR) and business school courses (MBA) are all online. All clinical practica are arranged in collaboration with the faculty and clinical placement coordinator. Locations of practica are determined by student’s area of interest and geographical location.
- The School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
- The School of Nursing is recognized by the National League for Nursing as a Center for Excellence in Nursing Education.
- All didactic courses are online.
- Students complete clinicals where they live or work.
- The Bryan School of Business and Economics is among 1% of business schools in the world with dual AACSB accreditation in business and accounting.
- Ranked #4 in the U.S. for Greatest Opportunity for Minority Students (MBA Program).
The Student Experience
- The program offers the flexibility you need to maintain your work/life balance.
- All didactic courses in the MSN and the MBA courses are offered online.
- All clinical practica are arranged in collaboration with the faculty and the program clinical coordinator.
- Graduates of this program have assumed the following:
- Nursing and healthcare administration leadership roles in acute care, primary care, and community/public health organizations
- Positions in quality and safety, strategic planning, nursing informatics, and talent
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited institution
- Current unrestricted licensure as a registered nurse in one of the fifty states or validated credentials by CGFNS for international applicants. Residents of North Carolina must hold unrestricted North Carolina licensure as a registered nurse.
- Official transcripts
- Three professional nursing references
- Personal statement
- One year of full-time experience as RN preferred
- TOEFL/IELTS for non-native English speakers
Degree Type: Master's
College/School: School of Nursing
Program Type: Majors & Concentrations
Class Type: Hybrid,Online
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UNCG School of Nursing