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Nursing Schools in Houston

This page lists nursing schools in the city of Houston, Texas. For nursing schools in other parts of Texas see Nursing Schools in Texas.

University of Phoenix – Clear Lake Learning Center

Phoenix university 16055 Space Center Blvd., Houston, TX, 77062-6251 (713) 465 - 9966
In this institution, courses and programs offered and presented can be accessed online or in the traditional manner. As can be deemed from the school’s programs, a big bulk of the subjects is taught online versus the on-campus formats.

University of Phoenix – Houston Campus

Phoenix university 11451 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX, 77079-2004 (713) 465 - 9966
Choosing from four broad programs starting with the Associates, Bachelors, Masters and finally Doctoral; an aspiring student nurse will certainly succeed with the help of online teachers, the supportive staff and personnel as well as fellow students from the school.

University of Phoenix – Houston Northwest Learning Center

Phoenix university 7900 N. Sam Houston Pkwy, West Houston, TX, 77064-3425 (713) 465 - 9966
The campus at West Houston is but just part of a system of schools that compose the totality of the University of Phoenix. It was in 1976 when Dr. John Sperling spearheaded the establishment of the institution. Several years later, the University of Phoenix remains a stronghold of education in the country.

University of Phoenix – West Loop Learning Center

Phoenix university 4888 Loop Central Drive, Houston, TX, 77081-2211 (713) 465 - 9966
The following are the top three concrete purposes of the school as established by the founders, the students, faculty and personnel: (1) To facilitate cognitive and affective student learning—knowledge, skills, and values—and to promote use of that knowledge in the student's work place; (2) To develop competence in communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and information utilization, together with a commitment to lifelong learning for enhancement of students' opportunities for career success; (3) To provide instruction that bridges the gap between theory and practice through faculty members who bring to their classroom not only advanced academic preparation, but also the skills that come from the current practice of their professions.

University of Texas – Health Science Center at Houston

University of Texas 6410 Fannin Street, Houston, TX 77030-1501(832) 325 - 7176
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Nursing is ranked in the top five percent of U.S. nursing graduate schools surveyed by U.S. News and World Report. Each student has the opportunity to be be tutored by nurse-educators and nurse-scientists who are dedicated to academic excellence, diversity, clinical best practices and transforming health care.

Texas Woman’s University, Houston Campus

6700 Fannin, Houston, TX 77030 (713) 794 - 2000
The school is situated in the grandness of the Texas Medical Center. As student nurses, it is expected that the learners acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes in a variety of exposures in 14 hospitals, 3 medical schools and five other nursing schools.

Houston Baptist University

7502 Fondren Rd., Houston, TX 77074 (281) 649 - 3000
The School of Nursing and Allied Health of the Houston Baptist University uniquely presents a one-of-a-kind nursing curriculum. As it is, a student who enters the said academe, although not guaranteed to pass the licensure exam, is guaranteed to have one of the best kinds of nursing education in the United States.

San Jacinto College - North Campus

San Jacinto College 5800 Uvalde Rd., Houston, TX 77049 (281) 458 - 4050 or
The San Jacinto North Campus has earned an outstanding reputation in everything it offers. It offers both standard learning facilities and distant learning. The nursing program offered in the North Campus is a one-year Vocational Nursing program (LVN), leading to a Certificate of Technology in Vocational Nursing.

San Jacinto College - Sourth Campus

San Jacinto College 13735 Beamer Rd., Houston, TX 77089 (281) 484 - 1900
The nursing programs offered in the South Campus include both a one-year Vocational Nursing program (LVN), leading to a Certificate of Technology in Vocational Nursing, and an LVP to ADN program, allowing nurses which have already a practical or vocational nursing certification to complete the studies towards an associate degree in nursing.

Houston Community College

3100 Main St., Houston TX 77002, Ph. (713) 718 - 2000
With 70,000 students to boot, HCC is undeniably one of the biggest schools offering advance education to the United States. A remarkable number of these students are foreign or international students.

The Academy of Health Care Professions - Houston Northwest

The Academy of Health Care Professions 240 Northwest Mall Blvd., Houston, Texas 77092 1-800-487-6728
When you simply want to get the best out of your money and at the same time, acquire the quality education you have always longed for, the Academy of Health Care Professions at Northwest is the best answer. In this institution, you can mingle with aspiring students like you. Learn and have fun.

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