Master's Degree Nursing Programs in Texas

The MSN degree is designed to provide students with experience and education in advanced nursing theory, clinical knowledge and research that they can apply to the ever more complex field of nursing and health care. RN to MSN programs are for current registered nurses with a diploma or an associate's degree in nursing while the MSN is designed for registered nurses holding a BSN and builds on the foundation of this education.

Online MSN Programs

Career advancement in nursing requires advanced education. Opportunities for nurses with a master's level education in nursing are projected to be excellent over the next ten years according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Texas MSN graduates have pursued careers as case managers, forensic nurses, directors of nursing, leadership/management positions, advanced practice nursing and many other areas. These graduates saw significant increases in their salaries.

Campus Based Master's in Nursing Programs Approved by the Texas Board of Nursing

University of Texas at Ausitn School of Nursing

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing (9 Concentrations)

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) or National League of Nursing Accredited Master's Programs in Texas

Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing with 3 concentrations.

Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing (Consortium of Abilene Christian University, Hardin-Simmons University and McMurry University)

Texas Christian University Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing

University of Texas at Arlington School of Nursing

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing (8 Concentrations)

University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing

Programs Offered: Master's Degree in Nursing (9 Concentrations)

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