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The baccalaureate and master’s programs at The University of Texas at Tyler are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education


CCNE Re-Accreditation Visit:
The College of Nursing at the University of Texas at Tyler will be undergoing national re-accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) on October 15-17, 2014. The site visit will entail review of the undergraduate baccalaureate program and all master’s tracks (education, administration, and the family nurse practitioner along with the post-masters nurse practitioner certification).

As part of the review process CCNE requests our constituents provide written input about the program and graduates. Any communication you send CCNE is strictly confidential and is not shared with the nursing program. Only the review board and the site visitors will have access to the letters. Comments will be accepted until September 15, 2014.

If you are interested in sharing your thoughts about our program and/or our graduates please write:

Catherine Sneed
Accreditation Coordinator
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
1 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036

The University of Texas at Tyler

College of Nursing

The College of Nursing offers undergraduate degrees with several track options as well as several graduate nursing degrees.

The College of Nursing prepares graduates to meet health care needs as:

  • generalists
  • educators
  • researchers
  • administrators
  • advanced practitioners

Faculty built on this outstanding foundation to develop a PhD in nursing degree with a focus on health in communities within the context of culture, the first doctoral program at The University of Texas at Tyler.

The college's success in educating nurse leaders is best demonstrated by the achievements of graduates in this region and across the country. Some are executive officers of large health care institutions, some serve as educators in universities and colleges, others work as advanced practitioners and consultants in settings ranging from rural clinics to government agencies to urban medical centers.

Undergraduate Programs in Nursing

Graduate Programs in Nursing