Be part of advancing the health of communities through nursing leadership
As one of the nation's best Master of Nursing programs in the country, our graduates are prepared for a wide range of roles such as nurse leaders, managers, educators, and care providers promoting healthy communities in diverse settings.
The program offers specific degree tracks designed to be work-compatible. The curriculum in a hybrid format with coursework that is relevant to the workplace, engaging, dynamic and taught by interdisciplinary graduate faculty committed to your success.
"The MN program is filled with challenge and reward. The faculty and staff's commitment to teaching and focus on the student-teacher relationship has assured not only my success in the program, but has opened new doors to
my future." Bob Chapman, MN Graduate
Applications for fall 2020 are now open
So many reasons to choose UW Bothell...
- Ranked #4 in the country!
- Predictable hybrid schedule with courses meeting only twice per month, every-other Friday.
- Customize your curriculum with one of our degree tracks.
- Join a cohort nursing colleagues from a variety of diverse backgrounds.
- Engaging, small, and dynamic classroom experience.
- World class resources and UW graduate faculty.
- Part-time student or a three-quarter time options.
Hear what students experience in the program
Are you interested in a Master in Clinical Informatics, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner DNP, or a PhD in Nursing? The School of Nursing at UW Seattle offers these programs!
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master's degree program at the University of Washington Bothell is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791 (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Students and faculty benefit from partnerships in teaching and research. The partnership between Drs. Ezeonwu and Kondo, gives students the opportunity to experience global immersion programs and compare healthcare education and systems in Japan and the United States. Faculty are able to work on international comparative research and engage students on campuses worldwide.
Miriam Witt, alumna & current student, traveled to Venezuela in June. Her team provided medical aid in several locations including the lands of the isolated Yukpa tribe. She also worked in medical tents that offered relief to patients walking to the border.
Students eligible for Nursing Honors through STTI were inducted on 5/29/19. With our students, family and friends, Nursing & Health Studies faculty and staff, approximately 120 people attended the Induction Ceremony.