Baylor Nursing School

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Baylor University is located in Waco, Texas, established in 1845 by the Republic of Texas. The university is an oldest private Baptist university still operating in the TX. The diversity of the students can be best understood by the fact that 80% of the University students are local Texas residents, whereas rest of the students comes from 48 states and 86 countries. Today, the University is spread to 735-acre campus in Waco, Texas and provides education to above 14,000 men and women.

Baylor Nursing School also known as Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing is an integral part of the Baylor University. In 1903, the medical school saw its beginning in the University and today it is known as the Baylor College of Medicine.

The school of nursing is globally renowned for its programs, quality and standard of nursing education, students and faculties.

Baylor Nursing School Mission

The mission of the nursing school is to provide baccalaureate and graduate level education to nurses, integrating the Christian faith in nursing theory and practice, provide leadership in health cares and serve the community as well as society with the thorough integration of faith. The faith based approach of the school toward the students make them committed in their nursing care practice field.

Programs details:

Under Graduate Program:

The pre-nursing curriculum of the school includes arts with natural and behavioral science courses that can be completed on the Baylor campus as well as in the Dallas Campus and the upper division professional coursework is completed at the school that is located on the Baylor University Medical Center campus, Dallas, which is also famous worldwide for teaching and research hospital.

The student can pursue Bachelor Science in Nursing (BSN) and the current enrollment of the student’s numbers 275. The program includes both coursework and hands-on clinical experience, which is offered at Baylor University Medical Center and other health care facilities in Dallas-Fort Worth metropolis areas.

The prerequisites for the admission in the school is completing minimum 66 hours semesters and preference is given to these students who have completed 32 semester hours of total prerequisite semester hours in the Baylor-Waco campus.

The completion of the BSN program of the school makes the student eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam. 

Graduate Program:

The graduate level education of the nursing school includes Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in three different tracks such as Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Advanced Neonatal Nursing (NNP) and Nurse Midwifery (CNM). The nurses who complete Nurse Midwifery are awarded a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree. The school in a collaborative agreement with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) also offers Nursing Education Post-Masters Certificate to graduate program students. The other colleges and university students who have completed Masters are eligible to enroll for the school’s Nursing Education Post-Masters Certificate options.

Gerontological Nursing Initiative (GNI)

The Gerontological Nursing Initiative (GNI) is a continuing education of various geriatric topics developed by the Baylor University LHSON for the nurses working with the older adults. 

Accreditation & Approval

The accreditation to school and all its programs are granted by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approval is offered by the TX Board of Nursing.

The graduates of the schools are eligible to sit for the NCLEX exam from any state.

Financial Aids

The needy and qualified students are eligible for the various types of financial aids and they can fill out the FAFSA on-line.

Contact:

Baylor University

Louise Herrington School of Nursing

3700 Worth Street
Dallas, Texas 75246
Phone: 214-820-3361
Fax: 214-818-8692
E-mail: BU_Nursing@baylor.edu

Pre-Nursing Office

BSB C107
Baylor University
P.O. Box 97333
Waco, TX 76798-7333
Phone: 254-710-2226
Fax: 254-710-1866

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