University of Washington Bothell

School of Nursing & Health Studies

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The School of Nursing & Health Studies offers three 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

The RN to BSN program is for nurses who have completed an Associate in Nursing Degree with an Washington State RN License and are ready to advance their education.

Master of Nursing

The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced roles in areas such as administrative leadership, education and population health by offering two degree options.


We offer minors in Health StudiesHealth Education and Promotion, and Global Health.

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nursing-master-s-social-(2).jpgUW School of Nursing and Health Studies Receives Top Ranking From US News and World Report


Nursing Master's Degrees offered by UW Bothell and UW Tacoma were ranked #4 among public schools. Ream more.




Additional programs

Interested in a Masters in Clinical Informatics, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner DNP, or a PhD in Nursing?  The School of Nursing at UW Seattle offers these programs!

Live in the South Puget Sound and looking for an RN-BSN or MN program?  The Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Program at UW Tacoma offers these programs!

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Rebecca Cavanaugh nursing alumna recongized for leadership


Inspiring, resilient, strong Nurse Rebecca Cavanaugh, UWB BSN '98, UW (Sea) MN '09 alumna received a honorable award called the School Nurse Administrator of the Year for 2018-19. It honors a school nurse who demonstrates excellence in school nursing practice and leadership. Nurse Cavanaugh oversees 38 school district nurses at 33 schools with about 23,000 students in Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville. 

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Community nursing helps prevent 911 calls


Senior Faculty Annie Bruck created an outstanding expereince for nursing students with local community partnerships in her "Population-based Health in Community Practice" course. 

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UW School of Nursing and Health Studies receives top ranking from US News and World Report


"US News and World Report released its rankings of graduate and professional schools across the country, including nursing schools. The University of Washington School of Nursing was ranked #1 among public schools that offer a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree and was ranked #4 overall. Additionally, the School was ranked #4 among public schools that offer a Master’s degree and was ranked #12 overall." 

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