MSN to MBA Bridge

Nurses who already have a Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in management or leadership* can add a Master of Business Administration much faster with Nebraska Wesleyan’s MSN to MBA Bridge.

The entire program is just 24 credit hours.

You know how to take care of patients. An MBA from Nebraska Wesleyan University will prepare you to take care of business, too.

*The MBA director may grant exceptions to this emphasis requirement upon review of work experience and relevant coursework.

MSN to MBA Bridge Admission Requirements

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s MSN to MBA Bridge program requires the following for admittance. Applicants do not need to take the GRE or GMAT.

  • Master of Science in Nursing degree (with an emphasis in leadership or management*)
    *The MBA director may grant exceptions to this emphasis requirement upon review of work experience and relevant coursework.
  • Free online application
  • Graduate transcripts
    Contact your Master of Science in Nursing degree granting institution and request that they send an official transcript to the appropriate address below.
    Brenda Ballou
    Nebraska Wesleyan University
    14010 FNB Parkway
    Omaha, NE 68154
    402.827.1553
    bballou [at] nebrwesleyan.edu
  • NWU graduate transcript request
    If you graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan and did not transfer in any courses from another institution, you do not need to request transcripts from NWU.
  • Two references
    Upload the names and email addresses of two education or work-related associates. We will send your references an online form to complete in support of your application.
  • Résumé
    Upload your résumé.
  • Personal goals statement
    In 300-500 words, describe your reason for pursuing an MBA or MSN/MBA. What professional, personal and educational goals do you hope to achieve? What strengths will you bring to Nebraska Wesleyan’s MBA program? You may upload your personal goal statement or enter it in your online application for admission.

 

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Nursing Program Accreditation

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036
 202-463-6930 FAX 202-785-8320