Degree Seeking Student
If you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree in nursing and want to continue studying at the undergraduate or graduate level—or a combination of both—but you don’t intend on pursuing a master’s degree, you can apply to be a Degree Seeking Student. (You'll need your StarID to login.)
Graduate Seeking Students may take up to 12 graduate-level credits before being formally admitted to their desired graduate program. These credits can also be applied toward graduation requirements.
In other words, before you’re admitted into WSU and the Department of Graduate Nursing, you may apply to any of our Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and post-graduate certificate programs as a Degree Seeking Student.
Get started as a Degree Seeking Student by applying to WSU's School of Graduate Studies.
Courses for Degree Seeking Students
Courses within our program that are open for you to take as a Degree Seeking Student include:
- NURS 604 – Health Policy and Quality Health Care Delivery
- NURS 606 – Nursing Information Management & Decision Making
- NURS 608 – Organizational and Systems Leadership
- NURS 616 – Molecular, Genetic, and Immune Mechanisms in Disease
- NURS 617 – Advanced Clinical Pharmacology
- NURS 618 – Advanced Pathophysiology
- NURS 701 – Applied Biostatistics
- NURS 705 – Practice Innovations Seminar
- NURS 737 – Integrated Therapies
- NURS 738 – Contemporary Topics in Leadership
- STAT 601 – Statistical Methods for Health Care Research
Visit the graduate catalog for course descriptions as well as pre-requisite and co-requisite information.