Earn a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Dallas College

With Dallas College’s online RN-B.S.N. program, you have the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing that includes quality instruction, affordable cost and flexible fast-track or part-time options.

Do you want a health care career that’s always in high demand? Would you like a challenging job where no day is the same?

If so, think about becoming a nurse. A critical nursing shortage ensures immediate work for new graduates who have the skills and professionalism to take on this challenging but rewarding career.

Dallas College Associate Degree in Nursing Program is offered on 4 campuses:

  • Brookhaven
  • El Centro
  • Mountain View
  • North Lake

Dallas College offers education that works for you.

With the nursing program you can earn:

  • An associate degree in nursing
  • Patient care and vocational nursing certificates
  • Enhanced skills certificate
  • Non-credit (CE) certificates in nursing and health care

Dallas College is also making plans to start a registered nurse (RN) to bachelor’s degree program in Fall 2024​.

Visit our Get Started page to take the next step or contact a College Coach to get answers to your questions.

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A Look Inside the Nursing Program

Want to begin a career that is in high demand and ranked as the most-trusted profession? Then Dallas College's Associate of Applied Science in Nursing is the answer.

As a professional nurse, you are part of the patient care team. Your knowledge and skills are important for a patient's recovery. Your duties include administering medication, performing diagnostic tests, using high-tech medical equipment, developing and implementing a patient care plan and educating patients, their families, and the public.

Nurses can work in many healthcare facilities like hospitals, clinics, schools, military, and occupational health. So why Dallas College? You learn from experienced nursing faculty who care about student success.

Students begin hospital rotations the first semester and rotate through area hospitals, participating in a wide variety of procedures. The courses are offered on multiple campuses, giving you more flexibility and options while completing your degree.

For more information, visit our website and begin your Dallas College journey.

Roughly three out of five nursing jobs are in hospitals, with either inpatient or outpatient departments, but there are many opportunities also available to nurses, including:

  • Clinics
  • Doctors’ offices
  • Home health care
  • Nursing care facilities
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Schools, from elementary to university level
  • Surgery centers

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Nursing Program Accreditation and Outcomes