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About this course

What do you hope for in a graduate nursing program? Seattle Pacific University’s School of Health Sciences is recognized for its academic quality, outstanding faculty, small class sizes with flexible scheduling options, and faith-based commitment to promoting the health of body, mind, and spirit. Our dynamic urban location opens doors to unique learning and clinical opportunities. There’s no place like Seattle to connect with health care leaders.

At SPU, you’ll find an MSN program that’s considered among the best in the region. You’ll also find faculty members who are clinical experts and devoted to teaching. We recognize that obtaining your graduate degree isn’t easy. But we are committed to your success through personal, individual attention and relationship-centered learning. Courses are scheduled weeknights to facilitate your continued clinical practice while in school. Our faculty members will match you with preceptors and clinical sites to give you the greatest breadth of experience.

Entry Requirements

  • An associate or bachelor's degree (in nursing or a related field). Bachelor's degree holders in a field other than nursing may be required to complete additional coursework (pending approved transfer of credits).
  • At the time of the due date for application submission, qualified applicants must be able to document a minimum of 18 months' active RN experience.*
  • The following prerequisite coursework is required with a cumulative GPA at minimum 3.0 and a minimum of 2.0 in any prerequisite course:
    • Statistics
    • English Composition
    • Anatomy & Physiology
    • Microbiology
    • Lifespan Psychology
    • Chemistry
    NOTE: if the student has transcripted courses in Arts and Humanities, these courses will be reviewed for potential substitution for courses included in the SPU curriculum.
  • Active, unencumbered Washington State RN license