- home health agencies
- preventive care services
- public schools
Before You Apply
- BS Admission Requirements
- What if I am a registered nurse seeking a BS?
- BS Application Checklist [pdf]
- Apply to TWU at ApplyTexas.org at least 6 weeks prior to the College of Nursing application deadlines below. Submit all transcripts from prior schools to: Office of Admissions Processing, P.O. Box 425649, Denton, TX 76204.
- After you are admitted to the university, complete the College of Nursing Application for Admission to Upper Division. The form is found in the Pioneer Portal under the My Tools section.
- Submit scores for the TEAS V Entrance Exam (The HESI A2 Exam is no longer accepted as of April 2010).
All materials must be received by the nursing application deadline, regardless of order received. All correspondence regarding your College of Nursing application will be through your TWU email address, with the exception of letters of acceptance or regret.
- Application deadline for Spring semester: September 1
- Application deadline for Fall semester: February 1
Additional Program Information
- BS Program Requirements
- Sample Degree Plan for Bachelor's Program [pdf]
- Sample Degree Plan for Students with a Prior Bachelor's Degree [pdf]
- Student Handbook [pdf]
- Drug and Criminal Background Check Policy [pdf]
- Pioneer Camp Presentation [ppt]
Contacts by Location
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Upper Division Nursing
Upper Division Nursing
The TWU Baccalaureate Curriculum builds upon a foundation of liberal arts, sciences and nursing to produce a graduate who will be able to:
- Deliver nursing care focused on caring and competency in professional knowledge, skills and values for culturally diverse populations across the life span and health continuum.
- Exhibit professional and personal responsibility and accountability in provision of nursing care.
- Demonstrate critical thinking and clinical decision making in the delivery, coordination and collaboration of nursing care.
- Utilize effective systematic inquiry based on research and best evidence to provide safe patient centered care and continuous quality improvement.
- Incorporate effective communication, collaboration and advocacy in working with patients, families, groups, communities and the health care team for improving health care outcomes.
- Demonstrate beginning leadership and patient-centered care in a health care system that is influenced by health policy, finance and regulatory environment.
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