Master of Nursing

Advance your career and broaden your influence with this #1 ranked nursing program. You will graduate prepared to provide solutions to the most pressing challenges facing healthcare with the advanced knowledge and concrete skills to broaden your scope of influence to address health disparities, teach the next generation of nurses and lead complex organizations. Get the advanced education, advanced skills through hands-on learning to;

  • Shape the direction of Nursing and Healthcare
  • Influence patient care, policies, systems
  • Educate current and future nurses
  • Create and lead change at the organizational and systems level

The UWB difference

  • Faculty mentorship and coaching
  • Collaborative learning and networking
  • Flexible and predictable hybrid schedule
  • Hands-on fieldwork with leading hospitals, nursing schools, and community health agencies  
  • Curriculum that meets the didactic requirement to sit for advanced credentialing: Certified Nurse Educator or Nurse Executive (NE-BC)

At a glance

  • Nurse Faculty Loan Forgiveness Program
  • New cohort each fall quarter (September)
  • Nurse Faculty Forgiveness Loan available
  • Only 5 in-person meetings each quarter
  • Classes meet every other Friday
  • Full-time and part-time study options
  • 100 hours of advanced fieldwork
  • Total credits: 51

“There’s a genuine learning community in the program. The faculty demonstrate the highest commitment to their teaching and nurtures student creativity with great care, enabling students to amplify their nursing impact throughout their organizations. I consider UW-Bothell to be the best educational experience of my life and enthusiastically recommend it to anyone seeking to advance their career and broaden their influence.” Brett Zalkan, MN Graduate 2022

Hear how the MN program can shape your future career and transform your practice.

Fully accredited program

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master’s degree program at the University of Washington Bothell is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791  ( Learn more. 

Updated 3.11.24