Factoring the cost of attendance should include both tuition/fees and the program costs outlined below. Students should consult the Nursing Program's list of funding opportunities to assist with identifying resources to pay for graduate school.
UW tuition dashboard
Calculate annual and quarterly tuition/fees using the graduate tuition dashboard. The MN courses are four credits each.
The School of Nursing and Health Studies allows for the use of UW tuition exemption to be applied to one course in the program; BNURS 525.
Additional costs and equipment to consider
- UW Graduate School application fee of $85.00
- Health & Safety administrative fee of $104.00 (background check and immunizations)
- Clinical Placement Northwest fee of $75.00
- BNURS 591 course fee is TBD (estimated between $50.00 - $75.00)
- Textbooks as required by individual faculty and specific courses
- Desktop computer or laptop
- Printer (if you prefer to read journals and other readings on paper; not online)
- Web camera if needed for video conferencing
- Microphone and headset for video conferencing
- Internet service when off campus
- Reliable transportation for commuting to community sites for fieldwork or class projects with partners
For more information, see the average graduate and professional student budget provided by the UW Office of Financial Aid.
Paying for graduate school
Various types of financial support, including scholarships, grants, loans, and employment, are available to support students during their programs of study.