The Online RN BS
The Online RN 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 didactic portion of the RN-BS program is on-line. Two of the courses (NURS 4614 & NURS 4823) contain nontraditional clinical components that are accomplished through a combination of class projects and a clinical evidence based capstone in collaboration with a preceptor.
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.
Before You Apply
- RN BS Admission Requirements
includes prerequisites, core, credit awarded, course requirements, and advanced placement
- What if I am not a registered nurse?
- Complete the Undergraduate Application to TWU online at ApplyTexas.org and include the required undergraduate university application fee of $50. Specify your major as Nursing RN to BS (code 55221), and the semester and year you expect to enter.
- Complete and mail the RN BS Application Form [pdf]. There is no application fee to the College of Nursing for registered nurses. The College of Nursing mailing addresses are located on the bottom of the application
- Send official transcripts for each college and university attended to:
Office of Admisisons Processing
Texas Woman's University
P.O. Box 425649
Denton, TX 76204
4. International student admissions are processed by the International Education Office
The Undergraduate Application for admission to the University and all official transcripts should be submitted as far in advance as possible. The following are suggested deadlines:
- April 1 for the Fall Semester
- August 1 for the Spring Semester
- February 1 for the Summer Semester
Applications are processed in the order received. You are encouraged to apply early so you receive an official evaluation of course work and an acceptance to the University.
Students should be familiar with the policies and procedures outlined in the Student Handbook. [pdf]
page updated 3/7/2014 11:00 AM