This Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree at the University of Texas at Tyler can take as few as twelve months to complete, though students are allowed to take as long as they like to finish the degree; graduation dates are flexible. UT Tyler requires its students to already have an associate’s degree in nursing in place before admission, but then students are able to do the coursework fully online, with clinical experiences taking place in the students’ local communities. At UT Tyler you can anticipate foundational classes in pathophysiology, leadership, and health assessment, then upper-level classes in community nursing, professional issues, gerontology, and more.
This BSN degree is fully accredited by the Texas Board of Nursing as well as the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The University of Texas at Tyler as a whole is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. UT at Tyler is a mid-size school with approximately 8,000 undergraduates. It is a public institution and a member of the greater University of Texas System. Life at Tyler is marked by an active student body involved in organizations, athletics, Greek life, and student government.