With a joint MSN/MSHA, current nurses can propel their career forward and increase their earning potential by advancing their nursing science education and positioning themselves to move into executive leadership roles in health care programs and organizations. Registered nurses who complete a joint MSN/MSHA program will have employment opportunities in a broad range of health-related fields including health insurance companies, hospitals, long term care facilities and private medical practices.
Each joint MSN/MSHA program will have a specific set of requirements, which applicants must meet prior to entry. In general, these requirements include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, a current registered nursing license, clinical experience, a minimum GPA (grade point average) and, possibly, graduate-level entrance examination scores.
To find the joint MSN/MSHA program that is right for you, browse the comprehensive list, below, of colleges offering these programs.