University of Washington Bothell

School of Nursing and Health Studies

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

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.
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First Year Entry Nursing

Designed for high school graduates applying to the university as first year students. The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing integrates RN licensing with baccalaureate and associate education.
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Designed for students who already have an RN. The RN-to-BSN program provides full-time and part-time study options for earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UW Bothell.
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Master of Nursing

The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced leadership roles in health care practice, education, administration and research settings.
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NHS Adds Employer to Seattle Cohort Eligibility List

Applications to the Seattle cohort of the RN-BSN program are limited to employees of certain hospitals.  We are proud to announce that we now accept applications from employees of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

UWBIG Awards Funding to NHS Assistant Professor Chris Wade

UW Bothell Initiatives Group (UWBIG) awarded funding for  Professor Wade's pilot project, The Development of an Easily Portable Website Architecture for a Compendium of Pedagogical Resources Proposal.


Mayumi Willgerodt Accepts Offer to Become First Graduate Studies Director at UW Bothell

Professor Willgerodt has accepted the offer to become the first Graduate Studies Director at UW Bothell.



UW Bothell Names Swedish CEO 2015 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year

 Altaras, who graduated from UW Bothell in 1997 with her Bachelors in Nursing & returned to complete her Masters degree in 2007, awarded the 2015 Distinguished Alumnus.

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