Are you considering advancing in your nursing career with an MSN/MBA dual degree?
The nursing profession is full of job opportunities for nurses who take the leap to higher education. Below are some potential careers for nurses who have earned a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Managerial and administrative roles for nurses with an MSN/MBA
For nurses who want to stay in a clinical environment, Spring Arbor University’s online MSN/MBA dual degree program can equip them for a departmental leadership position, lead nurse within a clinic, or an executive position at a hospital or large health care organization. In these positions, nurses with an MSN/MBA focus their experience and skills on patient quality and efficiency, regulatory and financial issues, hiring and training, and advanced patient care. Pay for experienced nurse administrators can reach upwards of $200,000.
Public sector jobs for nurses with an MSN/MBA
Many nurses with an MSN/MBA advance into policy work in the government sector, advising elected leaders on nursing best practices and patient care. This is a great career path for nurses who want to champion reform in the workplace and increase nursing efficiency and effectiveness in health care. Learn more by reading the story of Linnay Minnard, an SAU online MSN/MBA grad.