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Transforming health and health systems through service, discovery and knowledge, the School of Nursing prepares students to provide patient-centered care for all, including the underserved and most vulnerable populations of Texas.

Customized Academic Opportunities

The School of Nursing provides balanced and specialized degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level tailored to meet the needs of new and experienced nurses. Our graduates have the opportunity to advance their education through clinical experience, simulated training with standardized patients and interdisciplinary collaborations with the Texas A&M University System and beyond.

Continuing and Professional Education

Innovations in nursing science, patient care and technology require nurses to continually pursue professional development opportunities that expand their knowledge and skills. We are proud to offer high-quality continuing education on current health care topics to help practicing nurses keep pace with the rapidly changing health care landscape.

Academic Initiatives

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Vulnerable populations

With initiatives to eliminate health disparities across Texas, Aggie nurses are providing patient-centered care where it is needed most: rural, underserved and vulnerable populations lacking immediate access to health care.

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Health education and outreach

We are reducing the shortage of nurses, preparing the next generation of nurse educators and empowering health professionals through specialized training and community outreach initiatives.


Forensic nursing

Victims of intentional violence deserve trauma-informed care. We are leading the way in policy, patient advocacy and research to support patients, at their bedside and in court.

Undergraduate Honors Program

For students entering the traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree track in Bryan-College Station, the BSN Honors Program provides the foundation for high-achieving undergraduate nursing majors to develop skills as scholars in nursing science, advancing research and preparing for graduate education.


Undergraduate Nursing Education

Sharon Dormire, PhD, RN

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Nursing Education

Kristina Reyes

Administrative Coordinator I

Graduate Nursing Education

Matthew R. Sorenson, PhD, APRN, ANP-C, FAAN

Associate Dean for Graduate Nursing Education

Melinda Jensen

Administrative Associate V


As required by Texas Education Code, the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System will hold a public hearing to receive input from students regarding the proposed new undergraduate tuition and fee structure as shown in Agenda Item 1.1 for Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University at Galveston, and Texas A&M Health Science Center to be effective with the Fall 2023 Semester. This hearing is for students to provide input to the Board of Regents and will be scheduled during the November 10, 2022, Board Meeting, Memorial Student Center (MSC), Bethancourt Ballroom 2300 (D&E), 275 Joe Routt Boulevard, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Students wishing to provide public testimony on proposed increases should follow the guidelines as set forth-in Policy 02.01 (paragraph 2) posted on the Board's website.