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The School of Nursing & Health Studies offers two minors, two undergraduate and one graduate degree. Apply today!

Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies provides the opportunity to work with our committed faculty to develop knowledge and skills useful for improving the health of individuals and communities.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Offering two tracks: an RN to BSN program for transfer students who have completed an Associate in Nursing Degree with an RN license and a First Year Entry nursing program for university freshman students.

Master of Nursing

The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced leadership roles in health care practice, education, administration and research settings.


We offer minors in Health Studies and Health Education and Promotion.

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Husky Promise helps hard-working student

Erika Armengol

Read more about Erika Armengol's story of persevance and being awarded finanical aid package along with additional grants to support her college education. 

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Go Fund Yourself America’s dystopian health care system is forcing people into a lethal popularity contest.

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University of Washington Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies faculty members research is mentioned in the article "Go Fund Yourself America’s dystopian health care system is forcing people into a lethal popularity contest."


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Guatemala Summer Quarter 2018

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Summer Quarter 2018

Global Health Promotion in Guatemala: Health Services Delivery in Resource Poor Settings. 

This service-learning course, conducted in partnership with a community based organization, Guatemala Village Health, is designed to expose students to policy contexts in which health care is delivered in resource-poor settings with particular emphasis on Guatemala. 

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