Students who are truly called to nursing deserve to learn from the best in an environment that fosters achievement, caring and collaboration. With a nursing degree from UTHealth School of Nursing, you will receive one of the premier nursing educations and learning experiences anywhere. Beyond the bachelor's in nursing degree, UTHealth School of Nursing ranks among the Top Five Percent in the nation for its graduate programs, according to U.S. News & World Report.
The School of Nursing curriculum is flexible and offers opportunities for both web-based and on-campus learning experiences. Each program is unique, so the enrollment options will vary. As you review, the various academic pages, each includes a sample curriculum plan. Courses marked with a 'W' are web-based courses; courses marked with a 'B' are blended - those include online and campus-based instruction.
Are you ready to apply to nursing school? Check below to view the admit terms by semester. Click on the admission deadlines link to the right to review the application dates for each semester.
|Nurse Anesthesia - MSN|
|Nurse Anesthesia - BSN to DNP|
|Non-Degree Enrollment (UTHealth SON Alumni only)|
*Post-Master's admission varies by track. Please visit the academic degree pages for more information.
The UTHealth School of Nursing provides the highest quality education at a very affordable cost. Students who attend UTHealth are able to do so with confidence that their loan-debt after graduation will be manageable. Learn more.
The UTHealth School of Nursing relies on clinical preceptors and clinics in the community to help educate our students. The school maintains over 200 clinical affiliations, including all agencies in the Texas Medical Center and many in the broader community.
All types of clinical agencies, including community outpatient clinics and the offices of private practitioners – throughout Houston and beyond – provide students with necessary clinical experience. Among the many affiliated institutions are:
Students also have opportunities for learning experiences in neighborhood health centers, nursing homes, day care centers, city and county health departments, mental health facilities and other settings. The School’s own nurse-managed clinic, UT Health Services, established in 1991, also provides a unique opportunity for clinical training.