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Nursing Schools Dallas Texas

Nursing Schools Dallas Texas

The Dallas-Fort Worth area is home to many nursing schools, as well as a large number of healthcare facilities. There are also many options closer to home for those who want their career in nursing to begin closer to home. Here’s a look at some of the best nursing schools in Texas:

Concordia University Texas

Concordia University Texas is a private, four-year university located in Fort Worth, Texas. The institution was founded as Concordia Lutheran College in 1921 by the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS).

The school offers bachelor’s degrees in over 40 majors and master’s degrees in business administration, education and nursing to name a few.

Concordia University Texas is also home of the Fort Worth campus of Concordia University System.

Dallas Baptist University

Dallas Baptist University is a private, Christian institution of higher learning in Dallas, Texas. It offers several bachelor’s degrees through its Schools of Nursing and Health Sciences. Additionally, DBU’s College of Nursing offers two master’s degree programs (a Doctorate of Nursing Practice and an Accelerated BSN). Both the BSN and DNP programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), while their Accelerated BSN program is also accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

Eastfield College

Eastfield College (EC) is a two-year public institution of higher education located in Mesquite, Texas, USA. EC was founded in 1927 and currently hosts over 26,000 students each year. Eastfield College serves the communities of Dallas County and its fourteen member cities: Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas (Downtown), Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland (Northwest), Highland Park (West Village), Hutchins and Mesquite. Eastfield College also has an extension site at the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.

Eastfield College is part of the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD).

El Centro College

El Centro College is a public community college with two main campuses in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. El Centro College is a member of the Dallas County Community College District.

El Centro College has an open admissions policy.

Remington College

Remington College is a for-profit institution that offers career training programs in several areas. It has campuses in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and Austin.

A nursing program at Remington College may be right for you if you want to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or registered nurse (RN). The program can help you develop the skills and knowledge to provide patient care under the supervision of a licensed doctor. In addition to earning your degree in nursing, you’ll learn about health care laws and ethics through coursework on this path.

To apply to any of our campuses below:

  • Online: [link]https://applynow.remcollge.edu/applynow/index/applynow/main?location=dallas&affiliationCode=PRN&previousEnrollmentID=false

UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation

The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation is located in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, with campuses in Arlington and Fort Worth. The college is a member of the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA), which means it meets rigorous national standards for nurse anesthesia education programs.

The university offers an Accelerated BSN program to students who have completed an associate’s degree in a related field, such as nursing or allied health. Students can complete both degrees in as little as 16 months by taking full-time summer courses.

Students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree without having earned an associate’s degree may choose from one of three options:

  • A traditional four-year curriculum that includes classes taken concurrently with their co-enrolled high schoolers during their senior year
  • A 2+2 program that allows nursing students to complete two years at UTA before transferring to another school for two additional years
  • A 4+4 program that allows students to earn an RN license during high school then attend college for four more years after graduating

There are many options, it’s best to visit the campus.

Visiting the campus is the best way to get a feel for a nursing school. You should talk to current students and faculty, alumni, staff members and financial aid officers. If a school’s admissions office isn’t able to answer your questions about how satisfied current students are with their education or if they’re up-to-date on state regulations for nurses in Texas, then you might want to consider looking elsewhere.

The registrar can also help you determine whether the nursing program at that particular school has been accredited by one of several accrediting bodies. Accreditation is important because it ensures that nursing schools meet standards set forth by an independent organization dedicated solely to maintaining high educational quality in higher education institutions across North America (and beyond).

There are many options for nursing schools in Dallas. It’s best to visit the campus and meet with a representative before making your decision. There will be some costs involved, so make sure you have enough money saved up before starting your program.