List of accredited nursing schools in Dallas Texas which offer campus based ASN, BSN, MSN, LPN to RN, RN to BSN, and more nursing degree programs approved by the Texas Board Of Nursing.
Click the name of any Dallas nursing school below to view the cost to attend, college or university characteristics, student body profile, satellite map of the surrounding area, and to view any additional nursing degree program information we have available in our database.
Links are provided so that you can easily navigate to the official website of several Dallas nursing schools to compare and better understand the ASN, BSN, and MSN nursing degrees they award.
3700 Worth Street,
Baylor University is a Private not-for-profit institution with a campus in Dallas, Texas. The institution is approved to offer nursing programs by the Texas Board of Nursing. The Dallas, Texas campus for Baylor University is located in a City setting. Total enrollment for all degrees including nursing programs is 16,959. In-state tuition and fees were $42,006 for the most recent reporting period. … read more
Nursing Programs: BSN, MSN, RN-to-MSN, Certified Nurse Midwife, Nurse Anesthetist, Nurse Practitioner
- Acceptance Rate 40%
- Tuition & Fees $42,006
- Room and Board $11,754
801 Main Street,
El Centro College is a Public institution with a campus in Dallas, Texas. The institution is approved to offer nursing programs by the Texas Board of Nursing. The Dallas, Texas campus for El Centro College is located in a City setting. Total enrollment for all degrees including nursing programs is 10,750. In-state tuition and fees were $3,330 for the most recent reporting period. … read more
Nursing Programs: ASN, LPN, LPN-to-RN
- Acceptance Rate Open
- Tuition & Fees $3,330
The nursing degree program acronyms CNA, ASN, LPN, LPN to RN, LPN to BSN, RN, RN to BSN, RN to MSN, MSN, DSN, DNP, PhD, etcetera used in our list of nursing schools in Dallas, Texas may differ from the actual nursing degree program title published by the college or university.
Nursing schools in Dallas, Texas and other cities, for example, may follow their own traditional nursing degree naming convention, or, attempt to follow the latest nursing degree naming convention being employed nationwide.
Last updated: May 14, 2018