St. David's School of Nursing BSN Overview
This Bachelor of Science in Nursing program educates students to work in varied clinical settings and prepare for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). It also is the foundation for masters and doctoral nursing degrees.
The application process is competitive and admits 100 highly-qualified students each fall semester. Students enrolled in the program are full-time students and complete classroom coursework, lab work in simulation labs located in the St. David’s School of Nursing building on the Round Rock campus, and off-site clinical rotations.
- Applicants without a previous bachelor’s degree require the completion of 20 courses/61 credits
- Applicants with a previous bachelor’s degree require the completion of 13 courses/42 credits
After admission into the nursing program, all students complete 59 credits during the five-semester program.