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Monday, June 3rd will be a Student Reading/Faculty In-Service Day.
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Graduates of the School of Health Sciences at Seattle Pacific University are among today’s most sought-after practitioners, expertly prepared to meet the challenges of their fields and serve their communities. Here, you’ll encounter personal, individual attention from faculty with professional experience to make your courses stimulating and relevant.
Whether you’re a potential undergraduate or graduate student, the School of Health Sciences’ nationally accredited programs open the door to service and professional challenge.
We offer three undergraduate majors:
Earn a doctor of nursing practice, with specialty preparation for:
Earn your master of science in nursing, specializing in one of these pathways:
Take a look inside. The School of Health Sciences has moved to the 6 Nickerson Building on the east end of campus, a redesigned building with state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces for our nursing students.
Find out about upcoming events in the School of Health Sciences.
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