The MN Population Health track is grounded in public and population health, preparing students to develop, market, manage, and evaluate programs to reach and promote health to diverse communities and populations.
Graduates are prepared for a number of career opportunities including nurse unit managers, public health nurses, public health nurse administrators, nurse outreach specialists, and nurse trainers to name a few.
Post-Master’s Certificate Options
Students who complete this track are also eligible to take additional course work and apply for a Post-Master’s certificate in Nursing Leadership or Nursing Education. They must apply for each certificate separately through the graduate school and pay an additional $25.00.
Students must have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree and a current Washington State RN license. To learn about pre-application requirements, visit the MN Application & Admission page.
To learn more about graduate school options at WSU, visit the Graduate School page or contact:
Program Coordinator, Graduate Program