ADN/BSN Concurrent Enrollment Track

UT Tyler School of Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing -- ADN/BSN Concurrent Enrollment Track

The concurrent Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN)/ Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing (BSN) is designed for motivated students currently enrolled in an accredited ADN program in the state of Texas as an alternative to the generic BSN. Students complete 30 hours of BSN level coursework at the same time they are enrolled in ADN courses. For the student seeking to graduate with honors, an additional 15 SCH must be taken in order to meet the University requirement of completing 45 SCH at UT Tyler to graduate with honors (see graduation with honors requirements).

Our ADN Partners

Core Curriculum

Students must be Texas Core-complete BEFORE applying to the ADN/BSN Concurrent track. A maximum of five (5) outstanding prerequisite courses can be in progress during the time of application. Acceptance into the ADN/BSN Concurrent enrollment track is conditional upon successful completion of core courses in progress.

See UT Tyler Texas Core Curriculum

Nursing Prerequisite Courses

  • Lifespan, Growth, and Development (PSYC 2320)
  • Introductory Psychology (PSYC 1301)
  • Nutrition (ALHS 2315)
  • Statistics (MATH 1342)
  • Chemistry Lecture & Lab (CHEM 1305/CHEM 1105)
  • Microbiology Lecture & Lab (BIOL 2320/BIOL 2120)
  • Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture & Lab (BIOL 2301/BIOL 2101)
  • Anatomy & Physiology II Lecture & Lab (BIOL 2302/BIOL 2102)

Admission Requirements

  • Completion of core curriculum and nursing courses with a grade of “C” or higher. All courses must be complete with a maximum of five courses “in progress” at the time of application.
  • Must be admitted to one of our partner ADN programs.

Admission Deadlines

  • Fall Semester Start:  August 15
  • Spring Semester Start:  January 1

Application Process

Step 1:  Apply for admission to the university (transfer students).

Step 2:  Contact your Academic Advisor to determine your eligibility to apply for admission.

Step 3:  Submit your application for the ADN/BSN Concurrent Track.  Must provide acceptance letter from ADN program.

Additional Information

  • Enrollment for the ADN/BSN Concurrent track is not eligible to be certified to the Department of Veterans Affairs for educational benefits purposes. Please contact the Military and Veterans Success Center at with any questions or concerns.
  • The student must provide her/his own transportation to health care agencies. Driving distances will vary; clinical assignments will be based on availability of learning experiences.

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