Welcome to the Nursing Program at the University of Washington Bothell. Whether you are just beginning to explore our nursing program or have already joined us and are a current student, we congratulate you for your commitment to your ongoing professional growth.
This website provides important information about our program, admission and degree requirements, essential expectations, faculty and staff profiles and other campus-wide resources.
We have an outstanding Nursing program faculty and staff who are committed to the UW Bothell mission statement that holds "the student faculty relationship to be paramount." We are committed to doing our very best to facilitate your progress and to provide a sense of community that supports your ability to successfully accomplish your academic goals and professional dreams.
We currently offer two programs of study including our undergraduate (RN-BSN) and graduate (MN) programs; information about the history of our program is available. Our first students were admitted to the RN-BSN program in 1992 and ten years later we are very proud of our many graduates who now number over 1200. In 2002 we admitted our first cohort of graduate students into our MN program, and we now have over 80 graduates. This advanced nursing program prepares graduates for population-focused leadership roles across a variety of settings. Populations of interest may include nursing students in the classroom or practice settings, nursing staff or specific patient populations. Both programs are grounded in our respect for the clinical expertise that you bring into your studies as well the challenges of balancing work, home, and school responsibilities.
Our faculty, staff and students experience the mutual authenticity of our core values that include transformational education, engaged scholarship and an inclusive culture.
Should you decide to visit our campus as a prospective or new student, I trust that you will feel welcomed, valued, and quickly recognize the very special place that we call the University of Washington Bothell.
Mary Baroni, RN, PhD