Master In Business Administration

MS in Nursing and MBA Dual Degree

Earn your MS in nursing and your MBA with Eastern Mennonite’s dual degree program in values-based leadership and management. Prepare for leadership in nursing, health care, hospitals and more. 

  • Hybrid and online courses designed for working adults
  • Two masters degrees with shared credits

Admission Requirements

  • Students must be accepted to both the MSN and MBA programs
  • MSN requirement: a 3.0 GPA in undergraduate nursing courses plus 2 acceptable references
  • MBA requirement: students have at least two years working experience and achieved satisfactory performance on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT)
  • Students without a background in business may take a prerequisite courses (all offered by EMU) including coursework in accounting, finance, and economics.

Total of 56 SH (reduction of 17 SH in the dual degree)

Shared Courses Between the MBA Health Care Track & the MSN – 9 SH

  • NURS 515 – Health Care Delivery System
  • NURS 516 – Application of Legal & Ethical Principles to Health Care Leadership
  • NURS 626 – Managing in a Complex Health Care Environment

MSN Requirements – 23 SH

  • NURS 501 – Introduction to Sacred Covenant Conceptual Framework
  • NURS 510 – Historical, Philosophical, and Theoretical Framework
  • NURS 512 – Epidemiology & Informatics
  • NURS 503 – Practice Skills for Conflict Transformation
  • NURS 511 – Translational Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice
  • NURS 629 – Instructional Methodologies for Nurse Leaders
  • NURS 620 – Safety, Risk Reduction, and Quality Care
  • NURS 630 – Nursing Capstone (with the addition of an MBA faculty advising the project to ensure the presence of sustainability content)

MBA Requirements – 24 SH

  • OLS 510 – Leadership & Management for the Common Good
  • OLS 515 – Introduction to Leadership Studies
  • OLS 530 – Organizational Behavior (NOTE  NURS 628 Org Behavior may be substituted if schedule requires)
  • OLS 540 – Managerial Finance and Accounting I
  • MBA 640 – Managerial Finance and Accounting II
  • OLS 610 – Strategic Marketing Management
  • MBA 630 – Managerial Economics
  • MBA 560 – Stewardship, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship (or elective)

This is based on a full time, two courses per semester model.

Summer Fall Spring 
Year 1
  • NURS 501 – Introduction to the Sacred Covenant Conceptual Framework
  • NURS 510 – Historical, Philosophical, and Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
  • OLS 510 – Leadership and Management for the Common Good
  • NURS 515 – Health Care Delivery System
  • OLS 530 – Organizational Behavior
Year 2
  • NURS 626 – Management in a Complex Healthcare Environment (May and June)
  • NURS 512 – Epidemiology and Informatics (late June to mid August)
  • OLS 515 – Introduction to Leadership Studies
  • NURS 516 – Application of Legal & Ethical Issues for Health Care Leaders
  • OLS 540 – Managerial Finance and Accounting I
  • NURS 629 – Instructional Methodologies for Nurse Leaders
Year 3
  • MBA 560 – Stewardship, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship (or elective)
  • MBA elective in lieu of MBA 560
  • NURS 503 – Practice Skills for Conflict Transformation
  • MBA 640 – Managerial Finance and Accounting II
  • OLS 610 – Strategic Marketing Management
  • MBA 630 – Managerial Economics
Year 4  
 
  • NURS 511 – Translational Scholarship for Evidence Based Practice (NOTE: NURS 511, 620, and 630 build on each other and are to be taken in sequentially in the final year of Nursing coursework)
  • MBA elective in lieu of MBA 560
  •  NURS 620 – Safety, Risk Reduction, and Quality Care

Final Summer: 

  • NURS 630 – Nursing Capstone
   
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