Inside Look Into MBA/MSN in Health Systems Management
Health systems need thoughtful, strong leaders who can blend an understanding for the bottom line—medical, economic, regulatory, ethical—and turn that balancing act into a high-functioning daily routine.
With an MBA/MSN in Health Systems Management, you will crunch the data and help set organizational policy and priorities but never forget to account for the patient—and family—at the other end of every decision. You are a nurse who sees various means to only one end: better health care.
The MBA/MSN in Health Systems Management is a 65 credit program, in addition to 376 total clinical hours. MBA courses can be taken in person or online. Some online courses require students to attend in-person residencies.
To view a full curriculum outline and additional program information, please visit http://nursing.jhu.edu/academics/programs/mba/msn-mba.
Tuition and fee information for the School of Nursing is available here. Applicants can also find financial aid information on this page.
For Academic Year 2019-2020
Applications for the MBA/MSN in Health Systems Management dual degree program must be submitted to the School of Nursing. The admissions committees of both schools will review each application.
To apply, visit the School of Nursing application page.
For more information, contact:
Office of Admissions
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
525 N. Wolfe Street, Student House 100
Baltimore, MD 21205
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