Learning to Make a Difference

Undergraduate Programs

Prepare for a career in a wide variety of agencies, clinics, and other community facilities in addition to hospitals and extended-care facilities with a BSN. Learn to be increasingly independent in the exercise of clinical judgment and in application of nursing process to a variety of problems and situations.

BSN Options

Graduate Programs

Continue your education with an advanced degree. TCU Nursing offers a MSN in Nursing Education and five DNP options. In addition, we offer several post-graduate certificates.

Graduate Programs

The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master’s degree in nursing, doctor of nursing practice degree, and post-graduate APRN certificate programs at Texas Christian University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, D.C. 20001, (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org ).

Career Preparation

 

TCU Nursing Alumni

Advisors at the Harris College Academic resource Center are available to help first- and second-year students navigate their chosen course of study. You’ll also have access to a career consultant who works directly with Harris College students. Schedule a one-on-one meeting with your career coach to learn how courses, internships, and service projects can prepare you for a rewarding career.

Areas of Study

A career in nursing is challenging, rewarding, and offers incredible opportunities for growth. Whether you're interested in a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree, TCU Nursing has what you need.

Areas of Study

Study Abroad

You'll learn a lot in the classroom, but there's nothing like stepping outside your comfort zone, exploring the world, and gaining a global perspective. See how health care looks in other countries with one of TCU's study abroad programs.

Study Abroad

TCU Nurses Improve Patient Outcomes

Promoting Patient Centered Care

Bridging the Gap in Health Literacy

Community Engagement

Working with Different Populations

Nurse Practitioners in the Community

Endowing the Future of Nursing

TCU Donors and Alumni

Philanthropy is a Partnership

Inside the TCU Health Professions Learning Center

TCU Nursing students share how the state-of-the-art Health Professions Learning Center provides hands-on training.

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