Master of Nursing

Tuition and Aid

The Master of Nursing is a state-based tuition program. Tuition remains the same during a student's first two academic years in the program. After year two, the tuition is subject to increase (typically a 2-3% increase). 

Eligible students can apply the UW tuition exemption to one course in the program taken winter quarter. Tuition varies depending on your focus area. The Administrative Leadership track requires an increased number of 4 credits raising the total tuition amount as compared to the Nurse Educator and General tracks. The MN program offers winter and spring scholarships. 

Status Total degree tuition/fees* for incoming 2022 students
Resident  $36,500-$41,900 Full time (2 yrs)
$43,500-$47,800  Part time (4 yrs)
Non-Resident

$63,600-$71,600 Full time study (2 yrs)
$75,650- $83,20 Part time study (4 yrs)

*Tuition and fee expenses are resident rates. Stated estimations are unofficial and for general advising and planning purposes only, derived from the UW Graduate Tuition Dashboard.

  • $132.00 administrative fee for Health & Safety verification with our online vendor (CastleBranch). Community partners may have additional onboarding costs. 
  • $75 course fee for the BNURS 590 course supports the salary of our staff health and safety coordinator who oversees the health and safety requirements for student clinicals, and identification for students in the field.

Funding options including loan forgiveness programs

Veteran benefits

  • UW Bothell provides information and assistance though Veterans Services. This includes the VA Tuition Reduction Program and other support. 

Scholarships resources


Updated December 2022