The Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program was developed by the University of Washington, Seattle's School of Nursing and was first offered at the University of Washington, Bothell in 1992.
The program is accredited as part of the University of Washington School of Nursing and awards a University of Washington degree. We combine the UW School of Nursing's acclaimed professional program with the University of Washington, Bothell's well-rounded arts and sciences curriculum, building a foundation of knowledge in nursing science, humanities and social sciences, and related professional course work. Critical thinking, decision making, and oral and written communication skills are emphasized.
The Nursing Program at UWB is committed to providing access. It is based on an understanding that the student is a practicing nurse who must balance professional and personal responsibilities with educational pursuits. The UWB program offers:
Professor Mary Baroni, Ph.D., 1988, Cornell University; human development and family studies
Associate Professor Carol J. Leppa, Ph.D., 1990, University of Illinois at Chicago; nursing science
Associate Professor Mary E. Abrums, Ph.D., 1995, University of Washington; sociocultural anthropology
Associate Professor Andrea Kovalesky, Ph.D., 1997, University of Washington; nursing
Associate Professor Suzanne Sikma, Ph.D., 1994, University of Washington; nursing
Assistant Professor Selena Mohammed, Ph.D., 2004, University of Washington; nursing
Assistant Professor Heidi Petry, Ph.D., 2000, University of Washington; nursing
Assistant Professor Linda Westbrook, Ph.D., 1994, University of Washington; nursing
SUMMARY OF CREDITS
NCLEX-RN Exam Credits
Upper-Division Nursing Courses
Non-Nursing UWB Electives