New Health Studies Undergraduate Major
The Nursing and Health Studies Program is pleased to announce its newest degree offering, a B. A. in Health Studies. Application deadlines for the new major will be in the Spring of 2013 for a Fall 2013 start.
In the Health Studies major, you will study and apply a range of health concepts. Examples include exploring the social and biological predictors of health, conducting policy analyses, applying health education and community engagement strategies, using social justice critiques, understanding global health perspectives, and evaluating health-related research.
UW Bothell Nursing Programs
UW Bothell's RN-to-BSN and MN programs, part of the #1 rated University of Washington School of Nursing, prepare graduates to be health care leaders.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program offers nurses with an RN both full- and part-time study options for earning your BSN, with Nursing core classes held one day a week. You can pursue your degree on the Bothell campus, as part of the North Counties program in Mount Vernon, or in Everett.
The Master of Nursing program prepares professional nurses for leadership roles in health care practice, education, administration, and research settings. Students with a BSN or an RN and Bachelor's degree in another discipline are admitted each fall and attend classes part-time on Fridays at the Bothell campus for 2 to 3 years. The curriculum allows you to explore nursing theory, research, leadership, diversity, social justice, ethics, and program planning and evaluation.