The Community Health Nursing (CHN) graduate education prepares students for advanced community and public health practice roles in various areas. Our curriculum is designed to fulfill the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s accreditation requirements and to prepare CHN graduates in public health competencies.
The MN-CHN curriculum is designed to be completed in five academic quarters of full time study. Your MN-CHN education will include classroom, online learning and clinical contact, and features interdisciplinary educational opportunities.
*Students take courses available on the UW Seattle campus to fulfill the Health Policy, Management/Budget and Informatics requirements.
**Students take courses available on the UW Seattle campus to further develop competencies related to the areas of Cross-Cultural and Global Health; Community & Public Health Systems for Children, Youth and Families; or Worker Wellness and Safety.
***Students will complete either NMETH 598: Scholarly Project OR NMETH 700: Master's Thesis in Spring of Year 1 and Autumn/Winter of Year 2.