Dual - MSN/MBA

Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration (61 Hours)

MBA/MSN Students

Master of Science in Nursing (31 MSN + 9 MBA = 40 Hours)

MSNC 5310 Theoretical Foundations (3)
MSNC 5311 Nursing Research (3)
MSNC 5315 Advanced Nursing Issues (3)
MSNA 5221 Administration Practicum I (2)
MSNA 5232 Administration Practicum II (2)
MSNC 5195 Evidence-based Project (1)
MSNC 5296 Evidence-based Project (2)
MSNA 5320 Role Development for Nurse Administrators (3)
MSNA 5321 Planning and Organizing Healthcare Delivery (3)
MSNA 5331 Directing and Controlling Healthcare Delivery (3)
MSNC 5312 Healthcare Policy and Finance (3)
* Approved Elective or Special Topic (3)

6 Hours of Business Prerequisites for MBA already met in MSNA degree 
ECON 5200 Foundations of Economics (2)
ACCT 5200 Financial Accounting (2)
MKTG 5200 Marketing Concepts (2)

Required Leveling Course
Employment Law or Human Resource Management (3)

Leveling Courses for MBA would be met by the following:
PSYC 2472 meets BUAL 5200 requirement
NURS 3475 and NURS 3478 meets MGMT 5210 and 5220 requirement
Integrated in BSN degree & MSNC 5195 & 5296 meets BCOM 5200 requirement
MSNC 5312 meets FINC 5200 requirement
MSNC 5311 meets BUAL 5380 requirement

Master of Business Administration Requirements for dual degree (21 Hours)

21 Hours of Required Courses for MBA
ACCT 5370 Managerial Accounting (3)
MGMT 5340 International Business (3)
ECON 5370 Managerial Economics (3)
FINC 5310 Financial Management (3)
MKTG 5310 Marketing Management (3)
ECON 5380 The Environment of Business and Ethics (3)
MGMT 5380 Strategic Management (3)

These five courses in the MSN would meet the MBA electives:
MSNA 5221 Administration Practicum I (2hours)
MSNA 5232 Administration Practicum II (2 hours)
MSNA 5320 Role Development of Nurse Administrators (3 hours)
MSNA 5321 Planning and Organizing Healthcare Delivery (3 hours)
MSNA 5331 Directing and Controlling Healthcare Delivery (3 hours)