The University of Southern Indiana is excited to announce it has expanded its concentration options through the existing Master of Business Administration (MBA) online program and is launching an accelerated online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program.
USI now offers six high-demand online MBA options: General, Accounting, Data Analytics, Engineering Management, Healthcare Administration and Human Resources. Each MBA option is 100 percent online, offering accelerated, eight-week courses, affordable tuition of $12,500* (including fees) and completion in as few as 11 months.
The RN to BSN program is also accelerated, offering 100 percent online coursework, eight-week courses, tuition as low as $8,900* (including fees) and completion in as few as 14 months. These online degrees are designed specifically to accommodate the lifestyle demands of working professionals.
Regardless of the concentration, the online MBA program aims to give professionals a solid foundation in leadership, management accounting, economics and forecasting, marketing strategies, and strategic and international management. Students will gain the practical leadership skills and relevant business knowledge they need to thrive in any business environment in this AACSB-accredited program.
The RN to BSN online program is designed to help nurses advance professionally and/or prepare for graduate school. Taught by dedicated and experienced faculty, this program will equip nurses with the critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills they need to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing health care delivery system. Courses in this CCNE-accredited program will address current topics including global health care, evidence-based practices and informatics to advance nursing practice.
Applications for the RN to BSN and MBA programs are now being accepted. For more information and to apply, visit online.usi.edu.
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*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by action of the Board of Trustees.