Tuition and fee structures for School of Nursing degree programs and individual graduate tracks may be state-supported ("tuition") or fee-based ("program fees") through UW Professional & Continuing Education (PCE). Find the tuition or fee structure for your program in the tables provided below.
Tuition and course fees are subject to change.
State-Supported Tuition Educational Options
Tuition for state-supported programs is set by the Washington State legislature.
Out-of-state students should check the out-of-state tuition rates and refer to the Residence Classification Office for definitions of residency status: http://www.washington.edu/students/reg/residency/
Programs and tracks not listed as Fee-Based Programs follow the University's state-supported tuition structure. UW state-supported tuition rates include the cost of tuition plus relevant student fees. For information about UW student fees, please see: http://opb.washington.edu/content/student-fee-information
Please also view the Other Expenses information on the right sidebar for additional costs you will be responsible for as a Health Sciences/School of Nursing student.
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, no previous bachelor's degree (select "Undergraduate" for the tier level)||UW Tuition|
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, Post-Baccalaureate students (select "Undergraduate Post-Bacc" for the tier level)||UW Tuition|
Master of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, and Graduate Certificate Programs (for any of the options below, when you click on the link to the right, select "Master of Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice" for the tier level)
|Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science program (select "Graduate Tier III" for the tier level)||UW Tuition|
|Summer Quarter tuition||Check Rates|
Fee-Based Educational Options
School of Nursing fee-based education costs are set by UW Professional & Continuing Education in collaboration with the School of Nursing. Fee-based options are self-sustaining; the fees cover the cost to run the educational option.
Cost per credit for fee-based options of the School of Nursing are determined annually. See our Fee-Based Programs Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on School of Nursing educational options offered through UW Professional & Continuing Education (PCE).
For students enrolled in fee-based options, additional "student fees" are already included in the fee per credit hour. Please also view the Other Expenses information on the right sidebar for additional costs you will be responsible for as a Health Sciences/School of Nursing student.
The following rates are effective for School of Nursing fee-based options between Summer 2015 and Spring 2016:
|Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) Program||$9,220/quarter|
|Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (DNP)||$752/credit|
|Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (MN, DNP, Graduate Certificate)||$752/credit|
|Clinical Informatics and Patient-Centered Technologies (MS)||$596/credit|
|Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP)||$752/credit|
|Infant Mental Health (Graduate Certificate)||$716/credit|
|Nurse-Midwifery (MN, DNP, Graduate Certificate)||$752/credit|
|Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist (MN, DNP, Graduate Certificate)||$752/credit|
|Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (MN, DNP, Graduate Certificate)||$752/credit|
|Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist (MN, DNP, Graduate Certificate)||$752/credit|
|Post-Master's DNP (Not Seeking a New Track)||$752/credit|