We’re considered one of the best nursing programs in the nation and a leading provider of high quality graduates. We produce graduates who balance science with the art of patient care.
We would love for you to join us.
You’ll be part of a network of health care professionals spanning TWU campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston and your time here would produce more than a degree. It will transform you into the best version of yourself, able to provide the best to those entrusted to your care.
You will graduate knowing you have developed the competence to safely care for patients, contribute to the quality of health systems that employ you, and to lead teams in accomplishing outcomes.
Our Academic Programs
We offer undergraduate and graduate nursing programs in three formats at TWU: face-to-face, online or a hybrid of both. The Baccalaureate degree program in nursing, the Master of Science degree program in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program at Texas Woman’s University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.
One Program, Three Locations
The location may differ from Denton to Dallas to Houston but the academic rigor of our programs remains the same. There are three front doors to an education from TWU’s College of Nursing and a robust online presence:
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Featured Nursing Faculty
"We prepare you to be the best nurse you can be."
"I love teaching because I see students follow a path that gives personal satisfaction and makes important differences in people's lives."
"I do research with women in Africa, Asia, and the Americas to improve health policy and practice for all women of the world."
"The end-product of good teaching in nursing is outstanding nursing students who become outstanding professional nurses."
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Providing the best care for patients means going beyond the classroom. It means pushing the boundaries of academic knowledge and understanding. Our faculty and students regularly engage in research to enhance evidence-based care in a variety of settings.
Areas of Research
- Women's health
- Health Systems management
- Quality patient outcomes
- Strategies for educating nurses
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