We’re seeking students who aspire to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community. So when you submit your application, we won’t see it as just a collection of grades, a class ranking, and test scores. Instead, our case-by-case acceptance process allows us to view you as a whole person with the potential to enrich our campus community and go on to change the world.
Any student wishing to pursue an undergraduate degree from Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences must apply through TCU’s Office of Undergraduate Admission. There are several majors that have special requirements before a student can official be admitted into that degree plan.Undergraduate Admission
Visit departmental pages for the areas below for supplementary undergraduate admission information.
Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences offers graduate degrees in speech-language pathology, kinesiology, nurse anesthesia, nursing and social work. Some programs use centralized application services, including speech-language pathology and nursing, while others use TCU’s application through the University’s Office of Graduate Studies. Students may be required to submit supplementary application materials to these units.
The Davies School of Communication Sciences & Disorders at TCU participates in the Communication Science and Disorders Centralized Application Service (CSDCAS). Please follow the link below to fill out the the Davies School of COSD graduate application form. THIS IS THE ONLY APPLICATION FORM REQUIRED. To learn more about CSDCAS, please visit CSDCAS Help.Apply
TCU Nursing’s graduate programs participate in the Nursing Centralized Application Services (NursingCAS).Apply
For all other graduate programs including the Health Sciences PhD program, prospective students apply through TCU’s Office of Graduate Studies, here:Graduate Admission
Visit the departmental pages for the areas below for supplementary graduate admission information.
MS Speech-Language Pathology
BSN to DNP
Ph.D. in Health Sciences
TCU considers it an honor to welcome as students those who have served in the armed forces and the dependents of those who serve. The university is committed to providing whatever support it can to assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining a college degree.