Nursing Information Session - Dallas
Nursing information sessions are for those interested in the Traditional BS and Weekend/Evening BS nursing programs.
Join us on Friday, March 10, 2017 from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm.
Please note there will be no academic advising or registering for classes at the information session.
About the Dallas Center
The TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center programs focus on use of innovative teaching methodologies to enhance student learning. Faculty have been highly involved in developing evidence-based scenarios for human patient simulators and using them in a variety of research studies. Many courses use a hybrid model that embraces both online instruction and face-to-face interaction. Other research foci include:
- Women’s Issues Including Violence
- Smoking Cessation
- Timing of Childbirth and Childbirth Education among American Indian Populations
- Child Health and Safety
- Mentoring Advanced Practice Nursing
View the Dallas Center faculty directory.
Dallas Center Programs
- Bachelor of Science (BS)
basic nursing education
- RN BS (100% Online)
ADN or Diploma nurses wanting to complete a BS degree
- RN MS
registered nurses with an earned bachelor's in another field
- Post Baccalaureate RN MS Program
- Nurse Practitioner MS
Family (FNP), Adult (ANP), Women's Health (WHNP), and Pediatric Nurse (PNP)
- Nursing Education MS (100% Online)
- Nursing Health Systems Management MS
- Post MS Certificate
programs in the Nurse Practitioner role and Nursing Education
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
certified Advanced Practice Nurses
We are located adjacent to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, approximately five miles north of downtown Dallas. Surrounded by four hospitals, including Parkland Memorial Hospital and Children’s Medical Center, and with a wide variety of clinical sites throughout the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex, we offer our nursing students an exceptional variety of clinical venues. Our state-of-the-art nursing practice labs offer simulation experiences from basic assessment skills through complex emergency and intensive care scenarios.
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