Bachelor of Science

Availability: Online | Program Length: 30 Hours

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Program Overview

Expand career advancement opportunities in management, community/population health and research with the Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. This program provides a seamless pathway for students with an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Nursing to start the next chapter in your career. The BSN will provide a foundation for nurses to pursue graduate studies such as nurse practitioner, nurse educator, or nurse executive.

The program builds upon foundational coursework with real-world training which will prepare nurses for practice in all health care settings including inpatient, outpatient, community health, gerontology, and home care. Skills and knowledge utilizing evidence-based practice will enable you to understand research and apply evidence to direct patient care and organizational systems.

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Talk to an A&M-Central Texas academic advisor, online or in person, for prospective student advising, undergraduate advising, and help with a range of other issues.

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This flexible program is available fully online and can be attended part-time or full-time for completion in as little as one calendar year. Pre-licensure students can begin enrollment one semester prior to taking the National Council Licensure Examination. Students will benefit from hands-on faculty instruction with small class sizes.

Transfer Pathways:

The direct & affordable path from your community college to a Bachelor's degree!

Whether you are attending an A&M-Central Texas partner college, have credits from another community college, or are attending a another four-year university, your A&M-Central Texas enrollment specialist can help you find the quickest and most affordable path to your bachelor degree.

To get started, select the Bachelor's degree you are seeking, and then select your community college:

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B.S. Nursing Program Admission Requirements

  • Admission to A&M-Central Texas;
  • Have a current unencumbered Texas Registered Nurse's (RN) license or of a Compact State, or be in the last semester of an Associates of Nursing Degree program;
  • Have completed the non-nursing courses for the BSN degree
  • As an exception, a prospective student may have up to six (6) hours remaining,
  • Have earned a grade of "C" or higher in all courses leading to a BSN degree,
  • Complete an Application to the Nursing Program form

Career Opportunities

  • Case management
  • Nursing management
  • Travel nursing
  • Hospice and home care
  • Nursing home administration
  • Community agencies

Subject Areas

  • Health assessment
  • Pathophysiology
  • Community health nursing
  • Nursing care of the older adult
  • Nursing care of the individual and families
  • Nursing leadership
  • Professional transition and informatics
  • Nursing research in evidence-based practice
  • Professional practice issues in nursing
Nursing Program Application Process  



The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Texas A&M Central Texas is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (


Academic Advisors

If you are interested in the nursing program please contact:

Yvonne Imergoot
Office: HH-216N
Phone: 254.519.5461

Robert Wells
Office: HH-216P
Phone: 254.501.5920

Virtual Advisor