Seton Hall University’s College of Nursing and the Stillman School of Business, both recognized leaders in their fields partnered to offer nurse leaders the business knowledge and skills needed to lead effectively within today’s integrated healthcare delivery systems. Graduates receive both an M.S.N. (Master of Nursing in, Nursing Administration and Nurse Executive Leadership) and an M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration). The program fully prepares nurse executives to understand, support and advocate for quality patient care while at the same time addressing administrative issues. A base for continued inquiry and contributions to the art and science of nursing is provided, as are the knowledge and skills to exert a leadership role in the formulation of healthcare policy.
The M.S.N. in Nursing Administration and Nurse Executive Leadership focuses on the evolving set of administrative skills demanded by today’s nurse leaders in the fast-paced healthcare environment. . The M.B.A. provides a multidisciplinary environment integrating the latest technology, business concepts and strategic planning processes to meet the demands of a dynamic healthcare marketplace. Students are empowered with the requisite management skills to lead healthcare teams, address contemporary challenges, seek solutions, understand political landscapes, review emerging trends and develop and implement strategies.. The combined M.S.N./M.B.A. program offers both full-time and part-time options.. Students will take 29 credits within the College of Nursing and 30 credits within the School of Business.
Full-time students can complete the M.S.N. and M.B.A. in three years. A part-time option allows students to complete the M.S.N. and M.B.A. in 42 months.
Faculty members at the College of Nursing and Stillman School of Business include distinguished educators, researchers and practitioners who bring real-world management perspectives to the learning environment. Students receive individualized attention, as well as supportive career direction and guidance. All students will be assigned the program director of the M.S.N./M.B.A. program as their academic adviser.