M.B.A./M.S. in Nursing

A joint M.B.A. / M.S. program is offered in conjunction with the University of Maryland School of Nursing to students seeking advanced preparation in business administration and nursing administration. The 66-credit curriculum combines elements of the M.B.A. and M.S. programs and can be completed in two years of full-time study.

Students may apply to both programs concurrently or they may apply first to the nursing program and later to the business program when it is appropriate to begin joint-degree coursework. Individuals must meet each school’s admission requirements. Starting on the first day of matriculation, a maximum of seven years is allowed for the completion of the joint program.

The M.B.A. program requires completion of 19 credits in business fundamentals, 24 credits in the integrated core and 9 credits of electives.

If you are currently a student in the program and have questions, please contact your academic advisor.

Fundamental Courses (19 Credits)

Waiver of Fundamental Courses

NURS 701: Science and Research Nursing Practice (4 credits)
ACCT 504: Introduction to Accounting
ECON 504: Economics
FIN 504: Financial Management
MGMT 506: Operations and Supply Chain Management
MKTG 504: Marketing Management

Integrated Core Courses (24 Credits)

 

MGMT 600 Leading and Managing People
ACCT 640 Accounting for Managerial Decisions
ECON 640 Economics of Public Policy and Corporate Social Responsibility
FIN 640 Financial Analysis and Strategy
INSS 640 Information Technology for Business Transformation
MKTG 640 Strategic Marketing in a Global Economy
MGMT 660 Project Management
MGMT 700 Strategic Management in a Global Environment

Elective Courses (9 Credits)

 

NURS 622: Systems in Health Care Delivery
NURS 691: Organizational Theory
NURS 692: Administration of Nursing Services