The role of nursing is clear: delivering health care so that people may live full enriched lives. Nurses are the liaisons among doctors, patients and other members of the health care team. Studying nursing at TCU puts you in the center of a dynamic career field at a time when the need for health care is rising and the supply of nurses is dwindling.
Nurses have more options and flexibility than ever before. Recent TCU nursing grads are employed in home health care, churches, corporations, insurance companies, sales and marketing, e-health, military service, public health, legal consulting, education and, of course, hosptials and clinics.
The Traditional BSN Track program includes courses like:
|Fr||Anatomy and Physiology
Sociology TCU Core
Professional Role I
Lifespan Growth and Development
|Jr||Foundation of Nursing
Professional Role II and III
Adult Nursing I
Behavioral Health Nursing
Clinical Reasoning and Simulation I
|Sr||Adult Nursing II
Maternal, Child and Family Nursing
Leadership in Nursing Practice
Population Health Nursing
Transition into Practice
Clinical Reasoning and Simulation II and III
Information about tuition for the program is available at http://www.financialaid.tcu.edu For a detailed breakdown by semester or for additional loan and financial aid information, contact TCU Scholarship & Financial Aid Office at 817-257-7858 or by email to email@example.com.
Nursing Prerequisite Courses – These courses must be completed before the start date in August.
TCU Core – These courses must be completed as well before the start date in August.
If you would like to take any of your prerequisite or core classes at TCU you will apply for these through the Admission’s Office.
If you are applying as a Freshman contact the TCU Admissions Office at 1-800-TCU-FROG or 817-257-7490 to request an application or requesting information on line through firstname.lastname@example.org email or through the Admissions homepage at http://www.admissions.tcu.edu. There is no separate application for admission for incoming freshman. Once the TCU Admissions Office receives all of the materials for your application (application fee, official transcripts, etc…) they will contact you by mail. Interested prospective students should schedule an appointment with an advisor to prepare a degree plan.
If you are applying as a transfer student to the traditional or accelerated program you must complete an application via NursingCAS. No documents are submitted directly to TCU during the application process, only to NursingCAS. The application deadline for students applying to the traditional or accelerated program as a transfer student is February 1. You will not go through the TCU Admission Department if you are applying as a transfer student.
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Applicants to TCU’s nursing major are required to answer the supplemental questions below. These questions are accessed through an online form that is linked through the my.tcu.edu portal. Students will receive portal registration instructions after submitting an application. Early Action and Early Decision students have until November 15 to submit their responses. Regular Decision students have until February 15 to submit their responses. Responses are accepted only through the online form linked through the portal that is accessible after a student submits the TCU application.
1. Each of our nursing applicants share a common thread: the sincere desire to help others. With that in mind, we appreciate additional insight. Please describe the moment that nursing became your calling. (Recommended Length: 250 words) *
2. How have you prepared, both academically and experientially, for the pursuit of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing? (Recommended Length: 250 words) *
3. Due to the limited number of spots within nursing, the selection process is highly competitive. If we are unable to offer you admission to nursing, would you be interested in attending TCU with your second choice major? *
The admissions committee will review all completed applications to the Traditional BSN Program at the end of February. Decision letters are expected to go out around the middle of April or shortly thereafter. Incomplete applications will not be considered!
Completion of BSN Degree
In compliance with the policy of the Texas Board of Nursing all applicants are informed that completion of the BSN degree does not guarantee eligibility for the registered nurse licensure examination.
Further licensure information is available at the office. Please contact the Texas Board of Nursing for specific Rules and Regulations at http://www.bon.state.tx.us/nursinglaw/rr.html