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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.
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UW 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.
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"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."
Anna Bui scholarship has impacted Samantha Bohn, a School of Nursing and Health Studies Master of Nursing student. Bohn received $1,000 toward a study abroad two week trip to Guatemala Village Health, a Seattle nonprofit organization.
Jennifer Collins says, “it was the step into leadership that helped me understand the importance of education that goes along with it.” She participated in School of Nursing and Health Studies Master of Nursing degree with the administrative leadership concentration. This concentration as a focus on business courses which is so valuable for nurses who are moving into higher administrative positions.
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