Tarrant County College/TTUHSC SON RN-BSN Concurrent Enrollment Program
Tarrant County College + TTUHSC SON RN-BSN Concurrent Enrollment Program
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Tarrant County College and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) RN to BSN Concurrent Enrollment Program. The concurrent enrollment agreement between these schools will allow you to finish your BSN through the TTUHSC School of Nursing RN to BSN program, while concurrently enrolled in the Tarrant County College Associate Degree in Nursing Program. Upon the successful completion of your ADN program, and along with meeting the eligibility and admission requirements for the TTUHSC School of Nursing RN to BSN program, you can complete your BSN in as little as one semester. (See our Eligibility and Admission Requirements below.)
Many employers are currently requiring that RNs be enrolled in a baccalaureate program of study or have earned their BSN as a condition of employment. Employers' reasoning is based on clinical research that has demonstrated the professional level of knowledge gained through baccalaureate education has a major impact on improving patient outcomes. The education you receive from TTUHSC School of Nursing will prepare you to become a leader, innovator and discoverer. This website is designed to give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Am I Eligible? Eligibility Requirements of Tarrant County ADN Students
- You must be enrolled in the Tarrant County College Associate Degree in Nursing Program
- Submit a request for a transcript evaluation by contacting Tonya Maxwell at email@example.com
- After receiving a transcript evaluation, submit a formal application to the RN to BSN Program at TTUHSC as well as meet all minimum admission requirements. Please see application dates.
- Upon successful completion of your first semester of ADN education, and after receiving an admission offer to the TTUHSC School of Nursing’s RN to BSN program, you will be admitted and may take RN-BSN courses while completing your ADN degree and licensure.
- Upon finishing your ADN degree and passing the NCLEX examination (RN licensure exam), you will be granted full admission to the RN to BSN program and may enroll in full-time studies at TTUHSC SON in order to complete the BSN degree.
- All applicants will be reviewed in an individual and holistic manner. No single factor will determine a student's admission.
- Although academic criteria (cumulative GPA, grades earned in science courses, and failed/repeated courses) are important factors in admission consideration, additional non-academic information is also important.
- Note: International students with F1 and F2 status are not eligible to apply to an online program.
- All applicants who receive offers of admission will be required to consent to a criminal background check. A history of criminal conduct or convictions may result in withdrawal of the admission offer. See Criminal Background Checks section of the School of Nursing Student Handbook for the School policy. No student will be allowed to matriculate without a cleared criminal background check.
- An application to the Tarrant County College + TTUHSC SON RN-BSN Concurrent Enrollment Program is required to be considered for admission. To submit an application, click on the application portal.
- General education courses must be completed with a grade of C or better and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better.
- Completion of 54 credit hours of general education prerequisite courses prior to first class day of the final semester of the TTUHSC SON RN-BSN program
- ADN graduates must have passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) and hold a license in good standing with the Texas Board of Nursing.
- ADN students, in the next to the last semester of course work at Tarrant County College, must demonstrate a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale for general education prerequisite courses.
Although the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) is part of the Texas Tech University System, legally it is a separate institution from Texas Tech University. Therefore, students applying to the TTUHSC School of Nursing RN-BSN program must apply directly to the School of Nursing via the TTUHSC online application.
|Semester||Application Open||Application Close|
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|Fall Admission||May 1st||June 15th|
To be reviewed for a particular periods, all application materials must be submitted and complete by the indicated date.
All students who meet the required deadline for the review period will have the same chance of being offered admission to the program regardless of whether the application was received at the beginning or end of the review period.
If the application is not complete and submitted, your application will not be reviewed.
The National League for Nursing has selected the TTUHSC School of Nursing as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.
The baccalaureate degree program, master's degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRN certificate program at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).