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Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies
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Master of Nursing
The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced roles in areas such as administrative leadership, education and population health by offering two degree options.
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UW School of Nursing and Health Studies Receives Top Ranking From US News and World Report
Nursing Master's Degrees offered by UW Bothell and UW Tacoma were ranked #4 among public schools. Ream more.
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Students eligible for Nursing Honors through STTI were inducted on 5/29/19. With our students, family and friends, Nursing & Health Studies faculty and staff, approximately 120 people attended the Induction Ceremony.
Hannah Ashagra and Charity Akhidenor shared their research findings with state legislators.
Associate Professor, Jody Early, and Sandra Solano-Huber, Community Outreach Manager at Verdant Health, presented their research findings at the Women's Caucus at APHA. The presentation was “Lay health promotion as transnational feminist health activism: Critical consciousness and collective efficacy among Promotoras de Salud.”
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