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Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing


To be admitted to the dual degree MSN/MBA program, a student should apply to both degree programs simultaneously. All applicants must meet the admission requirements for both the School of Nursing and the Quinlan School of Business. For more information, please use the online request form.

You must supply:

    1. Describe how your work experiences and professional interests have prepared you to be successful in the graduate program to which you have applied
    2. Discuss how completing the graduate program that you have selected will help you meet your professional goals

Requirements for admission as a non-degree student consist of an application, application fee, statement of purpose, and transcripts. Note: students can take up to nine semester hours of graduate courses as a non-degree student, which can be transferred to the graduate major.

Requirements for admission as a post-master's or certificate program student consist of an application, application fee, statement of purpose, vita, and official transcripts.

Application Deadline: Rolling Admissions

Please note that applications must be received at least two weeks before the start date of each semester.  

Contact Information

The application and all supporting documents must be sent to Graduate Enrollment Management at the following address:

Graduate Enrollment Management
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois  60611
Phone: 312.915.8950
E-mail: GradApp@LUC.edu

For more information about the academic program, or to arrange a visit, please contact:

Graduate Programs in Nursing
Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing
Loyola University Chicago
Phone: 708.216.3542
Fax: 708.216.9555

Specialty Coordinator
Phone: 708.216.9556
E-mail: hsm@LUC.edu


Health Systems Management · Niehoff School of Nursing · 1032 W. Sheridan Rd. · Granada Center, 3rd Floor, Room 360 · Chicago, IL 60660 · 773-508-8956

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