Master of Business Administrtion - DNP (MSN to DNP)
The DNP-MBA (MSN to DNP) is a dual degree option designed for nurses who have a master's degree in nursing. This program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Nursing and Business School, where students simultaneously complete a DNP and MBA degree. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program combines academic excellence with practice skills and experiential learning. The curriculum focuses on teaching relevant, practical knowledge that students can immediately use on the job. The DNP program prepares students as leaders and change agents by engaging in learner-centered classes with extensive practicum work consistent with academic and professional standards of nursing and professional education.
This program will be offered starting in the 2021-2022 academic year.
A minimum of 56 credits. The overall minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale is required. Students in the DNP program complete a systems change project prior to graduation.
Years to Complete the Program
This 56 credit, dual-degree option, is a three-year program.
|MBA 6100||Personal and Team Leadership||3|
|MBA 6150||Managing Innovative Talent and Teams||1|
|MBA 6202||Applied Financial Analysis and Control||2|
|MBA 6300||Accounting for Decision Making||3|
|MBA 6400||Strategic Marketing: Building Value and Brand||3|
|MBA 6500||Healthcare Systems and Policy||3|
|MBA 6900||Behavioral Economics and Decision Making||3|
|MBA 7150||Operations and Supply Chain Management||3|
|MBA 7450||Agile Project Management||3|
|HLTH 6010||Principles of Epidemiology and Biostatistics I||3|
|INDI 8515||Outcome Evaluation||1|
|NURS 6012||Basic Graduate Nursing Informatics 1||2|
|NURS 8500||Underpinnings of the Discipline of Nursing||4|
|NURS 8501||DNP Practicum||1|
|NURS 8502||DNP Practicum||1|
|NURS 8503||DNP Practicum||1|
|NURS 8511||DNP as Change Agent||2|
|NURS 8520||Advanced Evidence-based Practice||4|
|NURS 8525||Advanced Informatics||2|
|NURS 8535||Leadership in Organizations and Systems: Implications for Practice||3|
|NURS 8540||Health Care: Power, Policy and Politics||4|
|NURS 8600||DNP Project 2||4|
NURS 6012 is a prerequisite course taken only by students with no prior course work in nursing informatics.