Published Jan 16, 2004
Has anyone applied to the BSN program at Texas Tech in the last year or two? I am hoping to get some information about this program and what type of experience others have had with them.
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While I was a student at an LVN program in Lubbock I heard several things about the Tech program. The most interesting thing was that they were in jeopardy of losing their accreditation. There were also rumors at the hospital I did my rotations in that the nurses were not prepared after graduating. These were both just rumors so I would just check out the program real well. Lubbock is a great place and Texas Tech is a beautiful school plus they have the health science center that I've heard great things about. Good luck!!
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If anyone else has any current information on the Texas Tech BSN nursing program, please let me know.
I'm in an ADN program in New Mexico and planning on moving to Lubbock next summer to work at UMC. After a year they will pay for my RN-BSN program. Texas Tech's program for the RN-BSN is totally online now and costs $10,000. They were recruiting at our school, their program has had some ups and downs, but seems to have fixed what is wrong. They seem to have a good reputation. HTH
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