The PhD is offered 100% online on the Denton Campus. The program has received the prestigious Quality Matters Program Implementation Plan award.
Texas Woman's University College of Nursing is committed to promoting excellent online education. One method to achieve this goal is by implementing the Quality Matters standards for the 100% online PhD program on the Denton campus. We are systematically building and evaluating our courses based on these rigorous, research-supported standards. The Quality Matters standards assure that the online components of these courses promote learner engagement and provide students with all the tools and information they need to be successful learners. More information regarding Quality Matters may be found at www.qmprogram.org.
The PhD is offered in a hybrid face-to-face/online method at the Houston Campus
In both campus formats, students may attend either full time or part time. Research focuses primarily on women's health and our faculty are actively engaged in various Research Areas. Graduates serve in such roles as:
Additional Program Information
- PhD Program Requirements
- Student Handbook [pdf]
- PhD Student Handbook Appendices
forms for current graduate students
Before You Apply
|Semester for Admission||Submit application no later than|
Feb. 1 Online
May 1 (Houston only)
|Spring||September 15 (Houston only, not applicable to Online Program)|
Locations & Coordinators
The goals of the PhD nursing program are to prepare nurse scholars who will:
Engage in scholarship that will add to the body of nursing knowledge.
Influence professional values and practice.
Investigate substantive questions of human health.
Assume leadership in nursing and health care.
Integrate knowledge from nursing and other disciplines to address problems of human health.
Teach and mentor other nurses and nurse scholars.
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