From our traditional college campus in Denton to the Southwestern Medical District of Dallas to Texas Medical Center in Houston, we understand our state and the health care needs of its people.
Our distinct campus locations were not chosen by chance. They are distinct learning environments where students learn from the best in their field so they may, in turn, provide the best for their patients.
Our 270-acre campus in Denton is everything you want a college campus to be — safe, beautiful, and with all the conveniences of home. It’s a vibrant college campus in the heart of a vibrant college town.
Denton is where undergraduate students complete lower division prerequisites before tackling upper division work in Dallas or Houston. It’s also home to select master’s and doctoral-level programs.
The TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences-Dallas Center is where innovative teaching methodologies meet students eager to learn from the best. Our Dallas Center is at the heart of the Southwestern Medical District, surrounded by four hospitals.
We offer master’s and doctoral programs at the Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell College of Nursing. It’s where undergraduates complete their bachelor’s degree and where faculty develop evidence-based scenarios for pioneering research.
The world's largest concentration of healthcare academic and research institutions is housed at the Texas Medical Center in Houston. TWU is in the middle of it all.
The Texas Medical Center (TMC) includes 21 renowned hospitals and our Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing. Undergraduate students can complete their nursing degree in Houston and graduate students can choose from master’s or doctoral programs.
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