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RN to BS

This program is only for registered nurses who desire to obtain a BS degree. The 100% Online RN to BS program plan is designed to facilitate educational mobility for those registered nurses who wish to earn the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing. The curriculum offers courses that are fully online. The upper division courses can be completed in one calendar year of full-time study, although many students elect to complete the program on a part-time basis. Read more about the RN to BS program...

MS Nursing Education

The 100% online master's in nursing education is a unique 40 credit hour program designed to allow the student to attend all classes online from the convenience of their home. Full-time students complete in just 3 semesters; part-time attendance is permissible. Students complete core courses in theory and research, course design and instruction, teaching technologies, measurement of learning, and curriculum evaluation. Included are practica experiences where the student implements the role of the nurse educator at an approved facility near home. Opportunities exist for students to work alongside our experienced TWU nursing faculty in our highly acclaimed simulation laboratories. The program of study culminates in a student designed capstone project in a select area of nursing education. Read more about Nursing Education...

MS Nursing Health Systems Management with Business Minor

Texas Woman's University College of Nursing offers a 100% online Master’s in Nursing Health Systems Management with a minor in Business. This unique 42 credit hour program is designed to allow the student to attend all classes online from the convenience of their home. Full-time and part-time options are available. Included are practical experiences where the student is immersed in the role of the nurse administrator at an approved facility near home under the guidance of an experienced nurse administrator. The program of study culminates in a student designed capstone project in a selected area of nursing administration.

The Masters degree in Nursing Health Systems Management prepares professional nurses to assume leadership roles in the complex and diverse environment of health services. The program provides students with nursing, health care administration and business skills essential for success as nursing executives and leaders. The program is 42 hours, including 17 hours in the business minor.

Applications for admission are accepted fall and spring semesters. Requirements for admission are: licensure as a registered nurse in the USA, a bachelor’s in nursing from an accredited program, a basic statistics course, 3.0 GPA in last 60 hours of nursing courses, and GRE or MAT scores. MS Applications are available on the Apply Page. (Approval by the Board of Regents pending) Read more about Nursing Health Systems Management...


The Doctoral Program in Nursing Science (PhD) is offered 100% online and through a hybrid face to face/online method at the Houston Center. The online program can be completed in 10 semesters for a full time student. Read more about the PhD program...

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Three Texas Woman’s nursing faculty among 2017 DFW “Great 100 Nurses”

Anita Hufft, dean of the TWU College of Nursing, and nursing faculty members Fuqin Liu and Jo-Ann Stankus are among the honorees for the 2017 Dallas-Fort Worth Great 100 Nurses awards. Full Story...

TWU Nursing Students Receive Prestigious Scholarship

From left: Shana Hansford (TWU), Michalea Cortes (TWU), Sarah Wilcox (Baylor University), Soo Min Park (TWU), and Angelica Garcia (TWU). Not pictured: Whitney Hain (TWU).

Six Texas Woman’s University nursing students were awarded Edith Cavell Nursing Scholarships from the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance. Full story...