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Cost of RN-BSN at Texas Tech

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by Heloisea3 Heloisea3 (Member) Member

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I have been trying to find the cost of the online RN-BSN program at Texas Tech. I called once and they told me to look on their web site. I looked for a long time, but I didn't see anything about the cost. So, I emailed them and asked again for information about how much the tuition and fees would be. They answered my email by sending me a link to their web site which has information about the RN-BSN program, but no information about the tuition and fees. Does anyone know the cost of the program there or where I can find that information? I am really interested in their progam, but the price is a big factor for me. Thanks.

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txspadequeenRN has 20 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ICU, PICC Nurse, Nursing Supervisor.

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my rn -bsn choice is either texas tech or utmb..so i have looked at the tuition...isn't that website a mess..you cant find anything ..i do know the base is $150/hr now that is before they tack all the unneccesary fee's you are required to pay...

 

look here

 

http://www.fiscal.ttuhsc.edu/busserv/bursar/financial_info.2009-2010.aspx

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imanubee specializes in ICU.

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Hi,

Since you're looking at RN-BSN, have a look at UT Arlington. Completely online (RN-BSN) and they estimate tuition to be $4950 for the pgm. I'm not sure how they compare to the other two, but worth a look. And if you don't have pre-reqs completed, you can take them while in the program AND they have multiple start dates.

Cheers!

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Looks like $275/credit hour for in-state and "institutional" tuition, plus fees (they estimate $2005/yr in fees) plus books around $500/semester.

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Thanks for the responses. I would like to start this fall, but I don't want to commit to something without all the details. I appreciate the info.

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