The Master of Nursing (MN) program prepares RNs for practice in a range of settings as leaders, managers, care providers, and educators. The core coursework includes research, health systems, health policy, leadership, and social issues related to health.
Why seek a Master of Nursing degree?
Enhance your 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 obtaining your MN at UW Tacoma
Small class size
Direct contact, mentoring and advising with faculty in and out of class
Hybrid program with 1 in person meeting date and 5 online meeting dates per quarter
Practical, real-world practicum placements that help open new doors in your career
Examples of Master of Nursing employment post-graduation:
Associate Deans, Deans, and Faculty at community colleges
Director of Health Services
Director of Nursing Practice
Clinical Director of Nursing
Chief Nursing Officer
MN Applications accepted for Autumn quarter start annually.
Autumn 2024 application will open on October 1st. Priority deadline is April 15, 2024.