BSN Programs in Texas

Abilene Christian University
Abilene, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 84.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #54
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Angelo State University
San Angelo, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #34
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Baptist Health System School of Health Professions
San Antonio, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 92.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #20

Baylor University
Waco, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 96.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #7
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Chamberlain College of Nursing-Texas
Houston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 75.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #70

Concordia University-Texas
Austin, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 99.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #3
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East Texas Baptist University
Marshall, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #1
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Galen College of Nursing-San Antonio
San Antonio, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 87.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #41
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Hardin-Simmons University
Abilene, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 81.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #62
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Houston Baptist University
Houston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 85.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #51
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Lamar University
Beaumont, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 92.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #22
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LeTourneau University
Longview, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #1
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Midwestern State University
Wichita Falls, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 84.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #52
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Prairie View A & M University
Prairie View, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 81.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #60

Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 89.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #31
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Schreiner University
Kerrville, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 72.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #72
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Stephen F Austin State University
Nacogdoches, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 91.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #24
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Tarleton State University
Stephenville, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 82.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #57
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Texas A & M International University
Laredo, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 94.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #14
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Texas A & M University-Commerce
Commerce, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #35
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Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #36
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Texas A&M Health Science Center
College Station, TX


Texas Christian University
Fort Worth, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 94.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #15
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Texas Lutheran University
Seguin, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 95.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #9
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Texas Southmost College
Brownsville, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 67.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #74
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Texas State University
San Marcos, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 99.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #2
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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Lubbock, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 94.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #15
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Texas Woman's University
Denton, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 93.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #18
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The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 89.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #33
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The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 93.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #19
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The University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 87.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #37
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The University of Texas at Tyler
Tyler, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 94.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #16
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The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Houston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 95.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #11
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The University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 95.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #10
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The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Odessa, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 74.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #71
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University of Houston
Houston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #1
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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Belton, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 83.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #56
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University of St Thomas
Houston, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 81.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #61
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University of the Incarnate Word
San Antonio, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 96.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #8
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Wayland Baptist University
Plainview, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 76.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #68
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West Texas A & M University
Canyon, TX

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 96.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #6
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Closed BSN Programs

Southwestern Adventist University
Keene, TX
Program closed in 2007

BSN programs in Texas prepare competent nurses and focus on fundamental nursing knowledge and skills. The coursework that is needed to complete this program ranges from humanistic courses, general education and science classes (namely physiology, anatomy, biology and chemistry). 

Here are some nursing schools that offer BSN program:

University of Texas – Austin 

With a growing student population of almost 51,000, this university is the largest branch so far for the UT School System. Their four-year public research institution ranked 15th on the United States News & World Report’s list for the Top Public Universities for 2009. 

UT’s traditional BSN degree program is a four-year program which combines theoretical and practical learning in the nursing field. It offers graduates with the right educational background in organized health care, patient care, as well as the means to pass the NCLEX-RN. A graduate also has the option to continue his studies and enroll in the Master of Science in Nursing. 

Earning a BSN degree at the University of Texas means completing introductory courses in chemistry, biology, physiology including advanced courses in adult healthcare, clinical nursing skills and nursing management. 

University of Texas – Arlington 

This is the second largest school in the state that offers the BSN degree program. The UT, in general, is a four-year public school that is situated in the city of Arlington. It has 11 academic schools which include the College of Nursing. 

Its traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has goal to prepare undergraduates to sit through the NCLEX-RN and for them to become successful registered nurses. A student that is enrolled in the program gains an understanding of the RN’s role in the healthcare field. Freshman and sophomore classes cover the basic courses such as medical and scientific principles. Upper level classes study more specific clinical skills as well as patient assessment methods in nursing.     

In addition to the above two programs at university of Texas campuses, there are 37 more BSN programs in the Texas.