Longview University Center
One of the Most Respected Degree Programs in Texas Right Here in Longview!
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is for beginning and licensed (LVN) students. The University of Texas at Tyler College of Nursing prepares graduates to meet health care needs as generalists, educators, researchers, administrators and advanced practitioners.
As a student you will attend traditional face-to-face courses in Longview that are
led by full-time, fully accredited, on-site faculty members, and clinical experiences
will be conducted in the region close to campus. In addition to traditional science
and anatomy courses, students in the BSN program complete classes in communication,
leadership, management and critical thinking. This knowledge provides graduates with
more job opportunities, higher pay, and it is vital for individuals who want to eventually
move into advanced health care careers. You will also experience cost-savings and
convenience while receiving your degree from UT Tyler.
UT Tyler graduates have been educated to succeed:
- The pass rate for UT Tyler nursing graduates on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) on their first try is consistently above 95%.
- 98% of our nursing program graduates either have a job at graduation or are planning to pursue graduate study.
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 or urban medical centers.
The baccalaureate program at The University of Texas at Tyler is accredited by The Texas Board of Nursing and nationally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Prospective students should call 903.663.8100 to discuss program requirements and the registration process with an on-site advisor. Additional information is also available by visiting the School of Nursing website.
If you are a high school student, or the parent of a high school student, check out our Roadmap to Success partnerships with area community colleges. They will help students to begin preparing to successfully complete our programs while they are still in high school.