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Nursing, Healthcare Administration Dual Degree, M.S.N./M.B.A.


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MSN/MBA in Healthcare Administration Dual Degree

The University of Mary’s MSN/MBA: Healthcare Administration dual degree offers an outstanding opportunity for nursing leaders to earn both degrees in an integrated program that prepares nursing leaders with a unique blend of clinical and administrative skills, all grounded in the Benedictine values.

The MSN/MBA: Healthcare Administration program blends nursing and business coursework, imparting the skills necessary to analyze significant issues between clinical nursing practice and healthcare administration to offer effective conflict resolution and provide leadership for practical solutions.

Program Outcomes

  • Integrate ethical practices and policies which appropriately address the unique healthcare laws and regulations healthcare organizations must follow
  • Synthesize information through research and data analysis using best business and evidence based nursing practice to facilitate change toward high quality, cost effective and ethical nursing care delivery systems
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, consumers, and other key stakeholders to effect needed change in healthcare delivery systems
  • Utilize stewardship of human, fiscal, and organizational resources based on principles of finance, accounting, and economics
  • Incorporate service and Benedictine values into nursing leadership practices
  • Evaluate current domestic and global issues on healthcare and possible impacts to a changing healthcare industry
  • Analyze significant issues between clinical nursing practice and healthcare administration to offer effective conflict resolution and provide leadership for practical solutions

Major Requirements


Required Courses:


Orientation Course


Specialty Courses


Program Assessment Course


Total: 60 Semester Credits


Program length: 2.3 academic years / 7 semesters / 112 weeks

Experiential Hours: 500


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