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Harris College

TCU Nursing

Nurturing compassionate care, one nurse at a time

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Undergraduate & Graduate Programs

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Develop clinical skills for diverse health care settings


TCU Nursing offers two tracks: a 29-month nursing program during the fall and spring semesters, and a year-round option for a 19-month program that includes coursework and clinical placements.

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Advance your nursing career


TCU Nursing prepares you for clinical leadership positions in a variety of health care, business, government and educational settings.

Points of Pride

100% NCLEX First-time Pass Rate, 2023
#15 Best Colleges for Undergraduate Nursing, 2023
97% BSN to DNP-FNP certification pass rate, 2023
#43 Best Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, 2023 U.S. News & World Report
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Research & Outreach

At Harris College, we aim to support and advance research knowledge by developing and disseminating scholarly research interests through grants, manuscripts, presentations and creative endeavors.

Mission, Vision and Values

Our Mission is to advance the health of all.

Our Vision is to lead nursing education, practice and scholarship.

Our Values are collaboration, human dignity, innovation, integrity and social justice.


TCU Nursing

Horned Frogs in the News

TCU Nursing Alum Julie Kennedy ’99, (’03 MBA, ’22 DNP), APRN, FNP-C establishes beacon of holistic health in Fort Worth. (continue reading)

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Recent Publications

  • Nurse practitioner faculty attitudes about interprofessional education

    Kimberly Posey

  • Just culture: Nursing student transition to practice- a longitudinal study

    Danielle Walker

  • A multi-site study of a quality improvement teaching strategy to build competency.

    Danielle Walker

  • Nurses Taking on Readiness Measures (N-TORM): A nurse-facilitated household emergency preparedness intervention feasibility study

    Lavonne Adams

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.