Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration/Health Care Management
A master of science in nursing combined with an MBA in healthcare management, commonly written MSN/MBA, is a graduate degree program designed for bachelor degree holders seeking management level certification in the health field. This degree is a hybrid learning track that integrates core business purposes with a scientific nursing degree. Business concepts are applied to a nursing environment, allowing students to explore the organizational structure of this exciting industry. The degree is designed for graduate level students that have a desire to be organizational leaders in their field.
Graduates could go on to work in government, private, and nonprofit sectors in a few different kinds of industries. Some students may seek work in hospitals and other medical practices after graduation, where they can take charge of leadership roles overseeing a broad range of administrative processes, and implementing new practices when necessary. Others may choose to look for work behind the scenes, working in healthcare manufacturing, or goods production. These kinds of companies need medically trained administrators to help keep their products relevant and their systems working. Some may even find themselves working within government offices, shaping and ratifying policy to keep up with the changing healthcare demands of the country.
- Leadership and Management in Healthcare
- Managing Clinical Outcomes
- Case Management
- Healthcare Administration
- U.S. Government
- Healthcare Manufacturing
Colleges Offering Degree
- University of Phoenix
- John Hopkins University School of Nursing
- University of Virginia School of Nursing
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