Dual Degree Program Requirements

Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (63 credits)
Course Title Credits
ACCT 63038 Accounting for Managerial Action and Evaluation
3
ECON 52086

62022
Economics of Health Care
or
Managerial Economics
3

62021 Business Conditions Analysis and Public Policy
3
FIN 66050 Legal and Ethical Environment of Management Decisions
3

66061 Financial Management I
3
IAKM 60401

61095
Health Informatics Management
or
Clinical Decision Support Systems
3
MIS 64005 Statistics for Management
3

64041 Operations Management
3

64158 Leadership and Managerial Assessment
3

64185 Business Strategy
3

64270 Organizational Analysis
3

64271 Human Resource Management
3
MKTG 65051 Marketing Management
3

65184 International Business
3
NURS 60101 Theoretical Basis for Nursing Practice
3

60314 Internship in Health Care Management
3

60315 Budgetary and Fiscal Management for Nurses
3

60401 Nursing Research Methods I
2

60450 Ethics and Cultural Issues for Health Care Professionals
2

60451 Health Policy and Delivery Systems for Health Care Professionals
2

65092 Practicum: Nursing and Health Care Management I
3-5

65192 Practicum: Nursing and Health Care Management II
3-5
MINIMUM TOTAL 63

Master of Library and Information Science/Master of Business Administration

At 69 credit hours for the dual degree, students save 26-27 credit hours by not taking the two master’s degrees independently.

The M.L.I.S.-M.B.A. dual-degree curriculum includes 30 hours of M.B.A. coursework, 27 hours of Library Science courses and 12 hours from either business or library science.

Master of Architecture/Master of Business Administration

Students in the M.Arch./M.B.A. dual degree program must earn at least a total of 74 credit hours, 35 from the M.Arch. program and 39 from the M.B.A. program.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (74 credits)
Course Title Credits
ACCT 63037 Financial Accounting-Managerial Action 3
63038 Accounting for Managerial Action and Evaluation 3
ARCH 60101 Graduate Design Studio I
6
60102 Graduate Design Studio II 4
60103 Graduate Design Studio III 9
60150 Project Programming
3

60301 Theories of Architecture
3

60922 Methods of Inquiry in Architectural Studies
2
65001 Professional Practice: Real Estate and Development
2

65002 Contract and Planning Law
2

65003 Professional Practice: Leadership, Ethics and Office Management
3

66995 Special Topics in Architecture*
1

ECON 62021 Business Conditions Analysis and Public Policy 3
62022 Managerial Economics 3
FIN 66061 Financial Management I 3
MIS 64005 Statistics for Management
3
64041 Operations Management
3

64042 Management Information Systems
3

64158 Leadership and Managerial Assessment
3
64185 Business Strategy
3

64271 Human Resources Management
3
MKTG 65051 Marketing Management 3
65184 International Business
3
MINIMUM TOTAL 74

* ST course in Professional Practice

Actual offerings and schedules vary from year to year and CAED and GSM will jointly provide a pre-approved recommended course of study. Students who wish to take a different course of study need to obtain separate approvals from CAED and GSM graduate coordinators. Contact the CAED graduate secretary for details on coursework registration.

Master of Arts in Translation/Master of Business Administration

Students in the M.A. Translation and M.B.A dual degree program must earn a total of 70-73 credit hours. There is a minimum requirement of 33 credit hours from the M.B.A. program and the M.A. in Translation requires from 25-28 credit hours. An additional 12 hours may be chosen from Business Administration or Translation. A minimum GPA of 3.0 must be maintained.

M.A. TRANSLATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (25-28 credits)
Course Title Credits
TRST 60001 Graduate Research and Writing in Translation Studies 3

60010 Theory of Translation and Interpreting 3
60011 Terminology and Computer Applications in Translation 3
60012 Software Localization 3
Second Language, Culture or other approved courses 6
Choose from the following: Translation 2
FR 60010 The Practice of French Translation (2)  
GER 61010 The Practice of German Translation (2)

JAPN 65010 The Practice of Japanese Translation (2)

RUSS 62010 The Practice of German Translation (2)

SPAN 68010 The Practice of Spanish Translation (2)

Choose from the following: Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation 3
FR 63250 Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation (3)

GER 61250 Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation (3)

JAPN 65250 Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation (3)

RUSS 62250 Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation (3)

SPAN 68250 Commercial, Legal and Diplomatic Translation (3)

Choose from the following: Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation 3

FR 63251 Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation (3)

GER 61251 Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation (3)

JAPN 65251 Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation (3)

RUSS 62251 Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation (3)

SPAN 68251 Scientific, Technical and Medical Translation (3)

Choose from the following: Case Study in Translation 3

FR 63979 Case Study in Translation (3)

GER 61979 Case Study in Translation (3)

JAPN 65979 Case Study in Translation (3)

RUSS 62979 Case Study in Translation (3)

SPAN 68979 Case Study in Translation (3)

M.B.A. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (24 credits)
ACCT 63037 Financial Accounting-Managerial Action 3
63038 Accounting for Managerial Action and Evaluation 3
ECON 62021 Business Conditions Analysis and Public Policy 3
62022 Managerial Economics 3
FIN 66061 Financial Management I 3
MIS 64005 Statistics for Management
3
64041 Operations Management
3

64158 Leadership and Managerial Assessment
3

64185 Business Strategy
3
64584 *
3
MKTG
65050 Modern Entrepreneurial Management
3
65051 Marketing Management
3
ADDITIONAL M.B.A OR M.A. TRANSLATION PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (12 credits)
Course Title Credits
MIS

TRST
64042

60012
Management Information Systems
or
Software Localization
3
MIS

TRST
64271

60013
Human Resources Management
or
Language Project Management
3
MCLS elective **
3
International elective (either unit) 3
MINIMUM TOTAL 70-73

*Or approved substitute including study abroad

**Minimum 3 credits must be taken from MCLS

The M.B.A. program should be initiated before 12 hours in the M.A. Translation program have been completed. The M.A. in Translation is awarded upon completion of the requirements of that degree. The M.B.A. is awarded upon completion of the joint M.B.A./M.A. Translation degree program.

Actual offerings and schedules vary from year to year and MCLS and GSM jointly provide a pre-approved recommended course of study. Students who wish to take a different course of study need to obtain separate approvals from the MCLS and GSM graduate coordinators.

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