The Bachelor of Science in nursing program combines the unique resources of the UT campus with health care agencies in a manner that enables both faculty and students to participate fully in all facets of the health care delivery system.
Application deadline for incoming freshmen Fall 2021:
December 15, 2020
Facilities at the College of Nursing include a human patient simulator, a clinical practice laboratory, and technology-enhanced classrooms. Clinical instruction is offered for students in major hospitals, community clinics, health departments, and schools in the region.
The baccalaureate nursing curriculum is guided by the following assumptions:
- Persons and their health and well-being are the focus of nursing.
- Nursing is a caring practice profession, an art, and a scientific discipline.
- Persons are influenced by a complex environment (both internal and external) that affects their health and well-being.
- A goal for nursing is to modify environmental factors to promote, maintain and restore health.
The curriculum integrates the themes of holism, diversity, and caring and emphasizes critical thinking, communication and leadership, and management principles and skills.
A broad base of general education, a thorough study of human behavior; an emphasis on health maintenance, promotion, and restoration; and a strong family and community orientation are all essential components of baccalaureate nursing education.
Maintaining a high-quality relevant program responsive to the increasing complexity of health care delivery, the changing health needs of society, and the changing and expanding role of the nurse enables graduates of the program to:
- assume beginning leadership positions in a variety of settings
- work collaboratively with other health professionals
- function as socially conscious and contributing citizens
- pursue advanced education on either a formal or informal basis
- Direct freshman admission to the nursing major
- Freshman Nursing Living and Learning Community on campus
- Active Student Nurses Association within the college
- Excellent clinical experiences at major hospitals, community clinics, health departments, schools, and other health care facilities in the region
- Highly qualified faculty who are experienced teachers, researchers, and leaders in nursing and health care
- Technology-enhanced classrooms and accredited simulation laboratory facilities
- Outstanding preparation for the NCLEX, the national licensing exam for RNs—UT College of Nursing graduates consistently exceed both the state and national pass rates
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