BS Nursing

Program 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.

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.

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
Application Process  

Faculty Advisor

If you are interested in the nursing program please contact:


Dr. Mary Kathryn Sanders

Director of Nursing Program | Chairperson | Assistant Professor
Dr. Mary Kathyrn Sanders