The Coordinated Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration

Students enrolling for this coordinated degree option must meet the admission requirements listed elsewhere in this catalog for both Business Administration and Nursing. Students complete a total of 57-60 SCH depending upon whether the thesis or non-thesis option is selected. Both the MSN and MBA degrees are awarded simultaneously at graduation.

Degree Requirements (MSN-MBA)

NURS 5312: Nursing Theory

3

NURS 5308: Contemporary Healthcare Ethics

3

NURS 5320: Research Design

3

NURS 5356: Health Promotion

3

NURS 5315: Assessment of Nursing Management

3

NURS 5326: Implementation of Nursing Management

3

NURS 5330: Evaluation of Nursing Management

3

NURS 5334: Professional Scholarship

3

or

 

NURS 5395: Thesis

6

ACCT 5300: Accounting Concepts and Procedures

3

ACCT 5320: Accounting for Management Control

3

ECON 5300: Economic Concepts and Processes

3

ECON 5340: Economics of Public Policy

3

FINA 5320: Advanced Financial Management

3

MANA 5305: Decision Making in Operations Mgt.

3

MANA 5315: Quantitative Analysis

3

or

 

HECC 5317: Biometric Methods

3

MANA 5350: Human Resource Management

3

MANA 5320: Leading and Managing People

3

or

 

MANA 5390: Designing Effective Organizations

3

MANA 5395: Strategy and Policy Formation

3

MARK 5370: Health Care Marketing in Contemporary Society

3

Total:

57-60 Sem. Credit Hours

NOTE: See COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND TECHNOLOGY catalog section for further information.

Graduation Requirements

All candidates for the Master of Science in Nursing degree at The University of Texas at Tyler must meet the following requirements:

  1. A minimum grade-point of 3.0 on all graduate level work taken at UT Tyler. No course with a grade below "B" may be applied toward this degree.
  2. Nursing courses within the MSN curriculum may be repeated only once. Only two courses may be repeated.
  3. Satisfactory completion of all degree requirements including either NURS 5334 Professional Scholarship or NURS 5395 Thesis.