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MBA/MSN Credit Efficiencies
The MBA/MSN program is a combined program between the Graduate School of Management
and the College of Nursing. Efficiencies are built into the program to maximize the
student’s time and energy while providing thorough coverage in each area.
If a student were to complete both the MBA and the MSN separately the total credits required would be 79-89 depending upon a student’s academic background. Doing the joint program reduces the credits to 54-60. Students are able to save 25-29 hours completing the programs together. This saves the student time and tuition dollars.
Because of the interconnected programs, a student must complete both degree programs before receiving either the MBA or MSN degree. Upon completion of the first component (either business or nursing) you will transition to the second component of the joint program.