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.
Offering two tracks: an RN to BSN program for transfer students who have completed an Associate in Nursing Degree with an RN license and a First Year Entry nursing program for university freshman students.
The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced leadership roles in health care practice, education, administration and research settings.
We offer minors in Health Studies and Health Education and Promotion.
Please join us in welcoming our new dean, Shari Dworkin. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, September 14, at 4:30, in the Makerspace (Discovery Hall, room 152).
Check out this great video from created by a student in the summer Population-Based Health in Community Practice course! You can also visit Community Voices: Oral Histories at the University of Washington Bothell for more stories.
Dr. Nora Kenworthy was interviewed by Marketplace on NPR for the story Crowdfunding for your life with Lizzie O'Leary. Nora's research with Lauren Berliner on found successful campaigns hinged on "your ability to market yourself and your illness."
See all news
© University of Washington Bothell Privacy | Terms