This pilot case study was done to explore if and how the undergraduate nursing simulation laboratory could be utilized in a non-clinical based course within the Health Systems Administration graduate program. Specifically, in the Quality Improvement Course. The College of Health Professions faculty worked in an inter-professional educational (IPE) context to accomplish expanding the usability of the undergraduate nursing simulation lab, upgrading the graduate course on health care quality improvement through diversifying education modalities, and improving student learning outcomes with regards to program competencies. A qualitative analysis was performed on student reflection with regards to implementation of simulation modalities in the course. Results of the qualitative analysis indicated that nursing simulation lab can be utilized in a non-clinical graduate program; and can contribute to the course and enhance pedagogue and student learning.