University of Washington Bothell

School of Nursing & Health Studies

""Preparing students to advance social justice,
health & their nursing practice


Bachelor of Arts Health Studies

Gain the knowledge and skills to turn your passion of improving the health of individuals and communities, both locally and abroad into action. Learn more

RN-to-BSN

Through our one-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, you can pursue your passion, learn with confidence, and advance your nursing practice and career. Learn more.

Master of Nursing

Develop the advanced knowledge and skills required for master's level practice and reimagine your career. Learn more.

Behavioral Health

Online Behavioral Health Training Program.  Learn more.

Minors

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UWB SNHS Ranked #2 in public schools offering MN programsUW School of Nursing & Health Studies Receives Top Ranking From US News and World Report

 

Nursing Master's Degrees offered by UW Bothell and UW Tacoma were ranked #2 among public schools. Read more about the report.

 

 


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Additional programs

Interested in a Masters in Clinical Informatics, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner DNP, or a PhD in Nursing?  The School of Nursing at UW Seattle offers these programs!

Live in the South Puget Sound and looking for an RN-BSN or MN program?  The Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Program at UW Tacoma offers these programs!

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Dr. Dworkin: Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Shari DworkinSNHS Dean Shari L. Dworkin, whose research focuses on gender relations and HIV prevention, treatment, and care, discusses this year's World AIDS day theme, "Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact."

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SNHS Alum is School Nurse of the Year

Tessa McIlraithThe School Nurse Organization of Washington announced Tessa McIlraith, BSN '13, as 2020 State School Nurse of the Year.

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Bustillos: Vaccine Benefits

Dan BustillosSNHS assistant professor Dan Bustillos offers insights on the benefits of a quickly developed COVID-19 vaccination.

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