The MSN in Nurse Leadership equips learners with the critical competencies needed to take on top-level, nonclinical leadership roles. Graduates are equipped with a foundation of ethical decision making which will help them succeed.
The MSN in Nurse Education empowers learners to take on new and expanded leadership roles as a nurse. This program equips nurses to take on educator roles in community college or hospital settings. Students receive professional development in clinical and academic settings.
The MSN FNP track prepares graduates to function as primary health care providers for clients of all ages. FNPs conduct health promotion, perform health assessment, and manage well, acutely ill, and chronically ill clients of all ages in ambulatory and sub-specialty settings. Graduates will meet the criteria for the FNP certification exam.
The MSN PNP-PC track prepares graduates to function as primary health care providers for children and adolescents. PNP-PCs conduct health promotion and child development, perform developmental and health assessment, and manage well, acutely ill, and chronically ill children and adolescents in ambulatory and sub-specialty settings.
The Allied Health major includes classes required as prerequisites for pursuing professional masters or doctoral programs in the field of Allied Health: Kinesiology, Sciences, Math and Psychology. This major prepares students for careers in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology.
Students completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program may concurrently complete Honors College requirements. The Honors College places a more rigorous framework of reading, writing, questioning and thinking upon courses. Graduates are academically advanced, skilled nurses in their practice areas of choice.
The BSN program prepares graduates to promote health and healing through direct care, management, and coordination of care for individuals, families, groups, and communities. The program prepares graduates to take the examination for Registered Nurse (R.N.) licensure offered by the Texas Board of Nursing.
The Kinesiology undergraduate degree with a specialization in Sport Management leads to roles in sports and team management, marketing, and athletic promotion of sports at the youth, collegiate and professional levels. Students learn important tenets of exercise science, health and wellness, and successful coaching.
The graduate program, Kinesiology with a specialization in Sport Management, prepares graduates for leadership roles in sports enterprises, while providing an advanced education in biomechanics. Career areas include sports program directors and managers for professional, collegiate and recreational avenues.
The RN to BSN program allows registered nurses to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) fully online. Curriculum is industry-aligned and competency-based with an emphasis on weekly one-on-one instructor-student coaching. The program polishes students’ nursing skills and leads to expanded vocational opportunities.