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ALL nursing programs require that students apply FIRST to TWU through www.ApplyTexas.org. Upon gaining acceptance to the University, students should follow the instructions below for specific program application requirements.

Apply to the BS Program (pre-licensure)

The BS program is for persons wishing to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, in order to obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse.

Apply to the RN BS Program

The RN BS program is for licensed Registered Nurses with a diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing, who wish to earn the Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Apply to the RN MS Program

The RN MS program is for licensed Registered Nurses with a diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing, who wish to earn the Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and also fast track into the MS degree Nursing program.

Apply to the Post Baccalaureate RN MS Program

The Post Baccalaureate RN MS program is for licensed Registered Nurses with a diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing and a Bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing major, who wish to fast track into the MS degree nursing program.

Apply to the MS Program

The MS programs are for licensed Registered Nurses with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, who wish to earn the Master of Science degree in Nursing.

Apply to the PhD Program

The PhD program is for licensed Registered Nurses with a Master’s degree in Nursing who wish to earn the PhD in Nursing.

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