​The Saint Martin’s nursing program is dedicated to educating nurses to care for diverse populations in the ever complex care environment.

Saint Martin's Nursing - Nurses with a heart

Nursing is a growing profession with a predicted shortage of 7,000 nurses in Washington in 2025.

A BSN in Nursing provides you opportunities to care for persons across the care continuum from community-based health promotion to caring for critically ill persons in the hospital, from birth in the obstetrics unit to a comfortable death. With a BSN, you will be a leader and policy maker, as well as a change maker in your community.  

We offer two paths to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN):

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Traditional BSN

The traditional BSN is right for you if you are not currently a practicing nurse.

Learn more about our traditional BSN program

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RN to BSN

RN to BSN is the right program for you if you are already a RN.

Learn more about our RN to BSN program

Why choose Saint Martin's Nursing?

  • Small class sizes to foster your learning
  • Clinical sites and experiences in the community and acute care settings designed to meet your learning needs and help you grow as a nurse
  • Faculty who practice as nurses and who are current on nursing practice 
  • Scholarships available for all students
  • Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) 

Mission

The Department of Nursing at Saint Martin’s University is dedicated to creating a learner-centered education grounded in the university core values of faith, reason, service and community. The program prepares nursing graduates who are committed to evidence-based practice, social justice and lifelong learning to meet the needs of the global community in the 21st century.

Who to Contact

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