Top Nursing Schools In Texas

Nursing is one of the fast growing professions in the world and lucrative too. If you wish to pursue nursing as your career path and live in Texas, you cannot just miss reading this article. Texas is the second largest state in the US and it has some pretty cool nursing and recognized nursing colleges that offer graduates and masters level nursing programs. Even if you are a registered nurse wishing to pursue advanced studies then one of these colleges/universities may be the first choice for you. 

University of Texas. Arlington


If you intend to follow the traditional nursing programs such as BSN, MSN, Ph.D then this university's college of nursing can be the right fit for you. In 2007, this nursing college was ranked 72 in the overall rankings of US colleges. Not bad. The college employs state-of-the-art simulators and technological equipment during the course of studies.  Students get the chance of train at the university Smart hospital.
Top Nursing Schools Texas


 Baylor University, Taco

Baylor university's school of nursing can be another good option for you. It offers all major programs including BSN, MSN, and DNP. According to Texas Board of Nursing, the pass rate of NCLEX-RN was 96.43 percent. This school offers both traditional (4 years) and 12-month long fast-track program FastBacc--a perfect fit for students who already have a bachelor's degree in another field. The school is a privately-held Baptist entity. 

University of Texas, Austin

This school offers both traditional and alternative nursing degree programs. Also known as UT Austin, the school is one of the nation's best public sector universities. In 2011, the university was ranked 21 among all the public and private universities across the country. 

East Texas Baptist University

Situated in Marshall, the university's nursing department has its pedigree that matches the rest. In 2011, the college of nursing became the first to post 100 percent pass rate of students . 

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