The Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies provides the opportunity to work with our committed faculty to develop knowledge and skills useful for improving the health of individuals and communities.
Offering two tracks: an RN to BSN program for transfer students who have completed an Associate in Nursing Degree with an RN license and a First Year Entry nursing program for university freshman students.
The Master of Nursing program prepares nurses for advanced leadership roles in health care practice, education, administration and research settings.
Luiza Trahan, BSN alum and current MN student, was nominated and chosen by her peers at Pacific Medical Centers to receive the Primary Care Leader of the Year award for 2016.
Friday, March 10, 10am: Associate Professor Jody Early to host a webinar for public health and social service providers. The presentation will look at the impact of HIV and AIDS on women & girls in Snohomish County. Register today!
Health Studies students MyKa'La Alexander, Ilma Vikovic, and Julianne Korn worked with Public Health's Healthy Eating & Active Living Unit autumn quarter.
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