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Three MSN-MBA Degree Program Options are Available:

  1. R.N.s with an earned Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or a related field must complete the 54 credits of MSN-MBA coursework. All MSN and MBA admission and progression policies apply to this entry option.
  2. R.N.s with an earned Associate degree in Nursing must complete all of the coursework required in the RN-MSN program plus the required 24 credits in the MBA program to earn the MSN-MBA dual degree. All RN-MSN and MBA admission and progression policies apply to this program. A BSN degree is not awarded.
  3. Registered Nurses with a prior MBA or MSN degree from Thomas University must complete the course requirements for the MSN-MBA dual degree. Prior MSN or MBA coursework is applied to the dual MSN-MBA degree under one of the three progression options listed below.

Option A:  A student holding an MSN with a Nursing Administration concentration will be required to     complete the required 24 credits of MBA courses. Applicable MBA course substitutions from the MSN degree may be applied toward the MSN-MBA dual degree.

Option B:  A student holding an MSN with a Nursing Education concentration will be required to complete the required 24 credits of MBA courses and NSG 644 Nursing Administration Internship. Applicable MBA course substitutions from the MSN degree may be applied toward the MSN-MBA dual degree.

Option C:  A student holding an MBA only must take the following 24 credit hours of MSN courses: NSG 606, NSG 608, NSG 612, NSG 614, NSG 644, NSG 646, and two NSG electives. Applicable course substitutions may be made for the NSG electives. The student will not be required to take NSG 604, NSG 610, or NSG 616, but any of these courses may be taken to satisfy the NSG electives.

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