Johns Hopkins offers a flexible MSN-MBA online program. The dual degree can be completed in 3-6 years. The MSN program offers a health systems management track students can design to meet their interests in administration, technology, policy, or public health. The MBA program allows students to select six electives for a further customized education. The program emphasizes decision making and organizational policy.
The program requires 65 credit hours and 376 clinical hours. Residencies in Baltimore, Maryland, are required, which includes three days during the business communication and leadership courses, and one-and-a-half days during the negotiation course. Students take nursing and business courses concurrently.
A BSN with a 3.0 GPA and satisfactory GRE or GMAT scores are required for admission. Applicants must have an active RN license and two years of work experience, with recommendations.