The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing offers nursing programs for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Each nursing program is designed to prepare students for the clinical demands of the nursing field through strong academics and practice.
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BSN program prepares graduates to work in a wide variety of clinical settings and provides the necessary foundation for masters and doctoral degrees in nursing. Graduates of the BSN program will be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.
Applicants with an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) should apply through the university’s external transfer admission process. Accepted ADN applicants will take course work with the other BSN students.
AE-MSN program is designed for people holding baccalaureate or graduate degrees in disciplines other than nursing and who are interested in pursuing both their Registered Nurse (RN) License and Master of Science in Nursing degree.
MSN program is designed to provide the opportunity for advanced study in select areas of nursing science, professional foundations, related sciences, and modes of systematic inquiry related to advanced and specialized professional nursing practice.
AE-PhD program is designed for those who hold baccalaureate or graduate degrees in disciplines other than nursing. Each program of study allows an individualized plan of coursework consisting of prescribed graduate level RN foundation courses, and master’s level courses.
Doctoral program prepares students to become researchers and to assume advanced leadership roles in nursing and health care delivery. Each student selects a focus area based on their nursing background, interests, and goals.
DNP program was developed to meet the demand for practitioners able to practice and to provide leadership at the highest levels of healthcare and to meet the demand for highly prepared clinical faculty for schools of nursing.