I think it's great that y'all are all so proud of your schools & everyone wants to claim "# 1" status, but HERE
is the BON data. FYI - Foundation of evidence-based practice.... always seek primary sources. I'm curious about the UT-Houston claim of #1. Not that I refute this - I'm an alum, but can PP provide a source?
Houston students are phenomenally lucky to have so many top-notch nursing schools in the area... and you didn't even include UTMB. But none of them are 'easy'. Everyone has to meet the same outcomes by passing NCLEX, so it makes sense to choose a program that provides graduates with the best preparation. From an employer standpoint,
Over the years, TWU has a lot of fans due to their continuing innovation such as early adoption of the 'synthesis' concept to provide intensive clinical experiences. Last month, they launched a 6 semester weekend & evening program at the Dallas campus to meet the needs of people who have to work while they're in school. It's easier for them to adapt because they don't have to deal with the restrictions of complying with a huge system like UT or A&M.
Congratulations to any of you who have been admitted to one of these schools - that's already a mark of distinction.