Registered nurses interested in obtaining an MBA as well as an MSN have the opportunity to pursue a joint degree at Lewis. Degree requirements for the joint program may vary from the information provided in this catalog. Contact the MBA department in the College of Business or the Department of Graduate Studies in the College of Nursing and Health Professions for information and program requirements.
The dual degree program Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration is based on the MSN and MBA curricula. The credit hour requirement for the MSN program is 36 semester hours. Requirement for the MBA program is 30 hours. The dual degree total credit hour requirement is 66 semester credit hours.
NOTE: The MSN/MBA curriculum and sequence of courses are subject to change without notice or obligation. Please contact the Office of Graduate Studies in the College of Nursing and Health Professions for current information.
MSN/MBA Healthcare Systems Leadership (66)
Degree Offered: Master of Science in Nursing / Master of Business Administration
Total Credit Hours Required: 66
All students in the MSN/MBA program must complete the following courses:
I. MSN Core and Specialty Core Courses (15)
II. MBA Courses (30)
III. MSN Specialization (21)
|NURS-54800||Leadership in the Evolving Healthcare System||
|NURS-55000||Dimensions in Healthcare Leadership||
|NURS-55200||Dynamics of Healthcare Organizations||
|NURS-55400||Evidence-Based Performance in Healthcare||
|NURS-55600||Business Skills in Healthcare Organizations||
|NURS-59600||Healthcare Systems Leadership Capstone Project||
|Total Credit Hours:||21