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Prospective Student Resources for the School of Nursing at TTUHSC

School of Nursing: Your Life, Our Purpose

If you're considering a career in the nursing field, you're in the right spot. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing offers a wide variety of programs — find the one that's best suited for your needs!

TTUHSC School of Nursing has 22 different programs for wherever you are on your path to a fulfilling career in health care. With these bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs, we seek to correct the critical nursing shortage both in our communities and across the nation. 

From our online RN to BSN, to a Post-Graduate Family Nurse Practitioner certification, to an outstanding Doctor of Nursing Practice, our degrees for nursing create a vivid learning experience that meets the current needs and future goals of the individual. Our graduates continue into the field, flourishing in communities locally and across the globe. The links below will help you navigate through our programs and financial options to see which one is the best fit for you. Become part of a unified team that is dedicated to quality education and service! 

Thinking about applying? Want to know more about a particular program? Let us know by completing our inquiry form!

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What students are saying

“So honored to have the opportunity to go through this program. I know I am prepared for my new role as an RN, and I'm so grateful for the faculty and staff that helped get me there!”

— 2018 Traditional BSN Alumni

“Thanks for an amazing program. I have recommended this program to countless nurses at work and elsewhere who are thinking of getting their BSN. I will be returning to Texas Tech for my masters.”

— 2018 RNBSN Alumni

“Thank you for offering a program that is flexible for working nurses who also have a family. As a wife and a mother of two teens, there is no way I would have been able to accomplish my BSN through a traditional program. Please continue to build relationships with community colleges so that others like myself can pursue our dreams!”

— 2018 RNBSN Alumni