|QUARTER||ONLINE APPLICATION||SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS|
|Autumn||Jul 15||Aug 1|
|Winter||Nov 15||Dec 1|
|Spring||Feb 15||Mar 1|
|Summer||Not available||Not available|
The Master of Nursing (MN) program prepares RNs for clinical practice in a range of settings as leaders, managers, care providers, and educators. We offer the following curriculum options:
The curriculum has a strong emphasis on mentoring, both in terms of fieldwork placements and with the faculty. The core coursework for all curriculum options includes research, health systems, health policy, leadership, diversity, and social issues related to health.
Two quarters of fieldwork provide students with an opportunity to participate in a setting that assists them to meet their career goals. All students pursue scholarly inqury by completing a scholarly inquiry requirement. Students take 3 coures in their curriculum option and 8 core courses
The length of time required to complete the program takes from seven or more quarters. While it is possible to enroll during any quarter, beginning in the Autumn Quarter is best for course sequencing and learning.
Why seek a Master of Nursing degree?
- Enhance clinical expertise
- Improve your career mobility
- Cultivate sophistication in your own practice
- Gain skills to proactively improve the healthcare system and the health of the community
Advantages of studying nursing at UW Tacoma
- Small class size
- Direct contact, mentoring and advising with faculty in and out of class
- Flexible for working students
- Online learning components
- Practical, real-world field placements that help open new doors in your career
Philosophy of nursing education
The Master of Nursing degree program is consistent with the UW School of Nursing's Philosophy and Conceptual Frameworks of Graduate Education and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's "Essentials of Master's Education for Advanced Practice Nursing."
Please see the following in order to gain a complete understanding of the program:
- Philosophy of Graduate Education
- Conceptual Framework for Graduate Education
- AACN Essentials of Master Education
We offer one-on-one personal or telephone admissions advising for prospective MN students. Please contact the Nursing program office to schedule an appointment.