COVID-19 Response

Registration is open for Winter and Spring terms. Classes at TJC are offered in-person, online or hybrid. Masks are required at all TJC facilities.

COVID-19 Information Center

How to Apply: Nursing

Traditional RN

Registered Nurses have an expanded set of duties such as providing and coordinating care, educating the public about various health conditions, providing advice and emotional support to individuals and their family members, and management and delegation within the health care environment. Registered Nurses are frequently employed in hospital settings.

The Traditional RN pathway is one of three available pathways within the Associate Degree Nursing track with one cohort based on the TJC main campus.

Traditional RN Admission Guidelines

Admission Periods

Fall Start | January 15 to January 31
Spring Start | July 15 to July 31

Traditional RN Snapshot

Read more about the ADN/BSN Concurrent Enrollment Requirements

 

Cohort

Start
Semester


Schedule


Location

Program
Length

Traditional RN

Fall
Spring

Lecture:
2 days/week (M-F)
Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Clinical:

1-2 days/week (M-F)
6-12 hour shifts

Fall/Spring semesters

Main
Campus

24 months

ADN/BSN Concurrent Enrollment

Fall
Spring

In addition to the Traditional RN schedule.

Lecture:
Online


Clinical:

Varies

Fall/Spring/Summer semesters

Main Campus

UT Tyler

24 months

Clinical shifts for the Nursing program are subject to change based on clinical site availability. In order to meet curriculum requirements, some clinical shifts may be scheduled on weekends and/or nights.

Go to Submitting Your Application to see which cohorts are open for admission during the current/upcoming admission period.