Wholeness for the individual, the family, and the community.
Are you called to be a healer?
Health care affects everyone.
We’re in this together. Houston Baptist University’s School of Nursing and Allied Health trains the nurses and health care professionals that care for the well-being of our communities.
True health is more than just avoiding or treating sickness. It’s about promoting the wholeness of the person and the community. Our Nursing and Kinesiology students understand this. They bring enthusiasm, care, and diligence to this rigorous challenge. Nursing and Kinesiology together account for about a third of the university's enrollment. Read more about HBU Health Profession Programs
and how they develop holistic health professionals.
But it’s not just the wholeness of the patient that matters; the wholeness of our students is of utmost importance to us. Our faculty get to know our students by name and help them grown in...
The curriculum is integrated with general studies for a total university experience.
Our students gain hundreds of hours of hands-on clinical experience in top level hospitals, our on-campus simulation lab, and the Bradshaw Fitness Center.
Our students are organized into cohorts that form strong emotional bonds as they take classes together and mentor each other through the Nursing Student Association.
Prayer and bible studies are available for students who wish to participate.
The dedication of our faculty to help our students grow in mind, body, and spirit are guided by the following core values, represented by the acronym,
Wisdom, meaning the intelligent mix of knowledge, experience, and critical thinking.
Ethics, meaning to demonstrate integrity, reliability,and a sincere good intent.
Compassion, meaning to demonstrate empathy for others.
Accountability, meaning to be answerable for one's own actions and sometimes for others.
Respect, meaning to honor and hold in high regard the individual talents, dedications, and worth of others and the system for which we are a part.
Excellence, meaning to strive to be the most competent and the finest in everything we do as we continue to improve to meet the needs of those we serve.
There is a great need for nurses and allied health providers in our country today. You can help meet that need and find a fulfilling career by applying today. Read about the degree program that interests you
below. We would love for you to join us!
As of January 1, 2013, the School of Nursing and Allied Health has discontinued its Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program to focus on preparing the highest quality of Registered Nurse clinicians and leaders in the BSN program, which has seen a steady increase in enrollment in the last four years. The goal of the school has been -- and will continue to be -- to make a positive impact on the growing and ever-changing healthcare industry and the major hospital systems serving the Houston community.
The Baccalaureate Nursing Program is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.
Texas Board of Nursing
Information is subject to change based on decisions by faculty, the Dean, Provost, Academic Affairs Committee, and other entities.
333 Guadalupe #3-460
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 305-7400
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.
3343 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Phone: (404) 975-5000