- The School of Nursing at (TTUHSC) offers unique possibilities for students who are not registered nurses to obtain the most recent state-of-the-art nursing education. The combination of classroom and also practical learning making use of patient simulators and also hospital settings provides students with the capability to learn skills utilizing the latest technology.
- While taking advantage of the expertise of exceptional faculty along with the opportunity to work with other health care specialists, students receive an education that readies them to be nursing leaders.
- Upon completion of prerequisite courses, the BSN degree plan can be finished in 4 consecutive semesters.
About the school
- The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Centre (shortened as TTUHSC) offers programs in health professions, nursing, biomedical sciences, medicine, as well as a pharmacy. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Centre is a multi-campus institution located in Lubbock with other campuses located in Abilene, El Paso, Amarillo, Dallas, along with the Permian Basin.
- TTUHSC serves over 100 regions in the western portion of Texas. The institution is a different school from Texas Tech University; both universities are among four schools that are a part of the Texas Tech University System.
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximate resident $12,555.20 and non-resident $18,675
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
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. Applications not meeting the minimum admission requirements will not be reviewed.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 All grades earned at all schools attended are calculated in the admission grade point average.
- All non-nursing course prerequisites must be completed with a grade of C or better prior to enrollment. At the time of application submission, applicants must have completed a minimum of 40 credit hours of the required non-nursing pre-requisite courses, including at least three of the four required sciences.
- At the time of application submission, applicants must have either completed all 57 of the required non-nursing prerequisites or have completed at least 40 of the required non-nursing prerequisites with proof of enrollment of the remaining prerequisites. At the time of application submission, applicants must have completed at least three of the five required lab science classes which include Chemistry with Lab (4 hours), Human Anatomy I (4 hours), Physiology II (4 hours), and/or Microbiology with lab (4 hours).
- Completion of the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) V (or most current) examination with a minimal proficiency level in all the following areas: Reading, Math, Science, English and Language usage. Exam must be taken no more than one year prior to application submission; scores that are older than 1 year will not be accepted.
- Grades earned in science core courses – Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology I & II, Microbiology, and Pathophysiology are required to have a minimum GPA of 2.75. Consideration is given for repetition of science courses.
- Letter of academic good standing if prior enrollment in nursing program.
Address: 3601 4th St, Lubbock, TX 79430, USA
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I did my BSN here as a bridge program from ADN. I graduated with 4.0 Honors and eventually got to CRNA school and finished.
That aside, I would urge those who want to boost their grades to get into CRNA school to go to Texas Tech Lubbock online program. It is really easy and makes you feel like you learned so much though you aced it as it was nothing serious.
If I was to get all my friends to review Texas Tech BSN program, I am sure they would all say the same.
There were a lot of scholarships for all nurses. Male nurses you belong to Texas Tech. there are so many male nursing student scholarships that I was making money going to Tech.
How? I was working for a hospital that reimburses $6k a year for school. I joined Fall and took advantage of 3 calendar years or $12,000. All they needed is you make a grade C or better. I aced 4.0 and once you turned in your semester records, they credited you the very next paycheck. You had to pay Tech up front.
Texas Tech gave us a huge list of scholarships to apply. Some were specifically for male nurses and being so few, it was easy to get them. Once accepted for the scholarship, Tech sent you a check under your name.
So hospital I was working for paid for school and scholarship reimbursed the money I paid - I made money to go to Texas Tech