Bachelor of Science with a major in Nursing weekend/evening program
It’s time for a satisfying, challenging and rewarding career. As a professional with working experience, you’re ready to shift your course toward a career providing care.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in nursing weekend/evening program trains professional nurses by providing them a strong foundation of knowledge and fostering compassion. It’s a program that will teach you to:
- Deliver nursing care with professional knowledge, skills and values.
- Demonstrate critical thinking and clinical decision making.
- Use research and evidence to provide continuous quality improvement.
- Advocate for patients and their families to improve outcomes.
- Lead in a health care system influenced by policy, finance and regulation.
Our weekend/evening program curriculum is completed over six-semesters. The program is designed to facilitate a career change for the more mature and experienced student. Students are required to attend class two evenings during the week from 5-9 PM, with clinical experiences held on Saturdays and Sundays. The weekend/evening program is offered only at the Dallas campus.
A full listing of required courses for the Weekend Nursing Program is available in the undergraduate catalog.
Take the next step.
Apply for Admission
Admission into the Weekend/Evening Nursing program is considered once you are an admitted TWU student who has successfully completed (or transferred, if applicable) 46 hours of nursing prerequisites.
- Fall semester: February 1
Contact the Weekend/Evening Program
General questions about the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the information below to schedule an advising appointment:
- Denton Campus:
Transfer students may want to use the Prerequisite Advising Worksheet (XLSX) and the Instructions for Completing the Nursing Prerequisite Worksheet (doc).
The Prerequisite Advising Worksheet is not ADA accessible. Contact Heather Close, 940-898-2284 for assistance.