Nursing

College of Nursing

At the TWU College of Nursing, you’ll be part of a network of health care professionals spanning three TWU campuses: Denton, Dallas and Houston.

In addition to earning your degree, you will become the best version of yourself, able to provide the best to those entrusted to your care. Graduate having developed competence to safely care for patients, contribute to quality of health systems that employ you, and to lead teams in accomplishing outcomes.

Try a Nurse Practitioner track:

  • Adult/Gerontology
  • Adult/Gerontology Acute Care
  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Pediatric
  • Womens Health

Explore our programs

Traditional | Weekend/Evening | RN-BSN
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Traditional | Weekend/Evening | RN-BSN

Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Five Nurse Practitioner Tracks | Family Nurse Practitioner (Online) | Nursing Education | Post-Master's Certificates

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Become a transformative nursing leader

Certifications

Post-Baccalaureate: Informatics || Post-Master's: Nurse Practitioner | Nursing Education | Family Nurse Practitioner

Advising

Set appointment | FAQ | Speak to an advisor

TEAS Testing

Testing Dates | Registration | Policy

Current Students

Handbook | Policy | Scholarships | Honor Society

Apply now

Find out requirements and steps to apply to the TWU College of Nursing as either an undergraduate or graduate student.

Pass rate on certification tests
95%
Nurse Practitioner tracks plus an online FNP program
5
Alumni
20,000+
Rosalie Mainous, Dean of College of Nursing

At no other time in history has the profession of nursing been more valued by the public or the work been more meaningful. We need men and women who want to experience the joy and fulfillment of being a nurse, whether in the community, the intensive care unit, with families, or those that need an advocate and cannot speak for themselves.

Rosalie Mainous, Dean and Professor | College of Nursing
Dean's Office