MSN/MBA Dual Degree
The dual degree MSN/MBA program requires a minimum of 76 semester hours of study. It provides for concurrent study in the MBA program and the MSN, Advanced Practice Nursing: Health Systems Management major. The MSN/MBA dual degree program enables a student to earn both degrees simultaneously and in a shorter time than pursuing each independently. The overall objective of the dual degree program is to provide nurse leaders with a broad preparation in business administration and nursing administration. A health-care informatics course (3SH) is a prerequisite to the MSN degree.
Quinlan School of Business
The Quinlan School of Business, founded in 1922, is known for its MBA program that emphasizes the place of business in society and the responsibility of business leaders to society. The MBA program is designed to develop a leader who is analytical, articulate and constructively critical and who will be able to cope with top level administrative problems. Loyola's MBA program has full professional accreditation by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business and is one of the outstanding MBA programs in the Midwest.