The PhD in Nursing Program at UT Arlington prepares nurse scientists to improve the health outcomes of culturally diverse and vulnerable populations. Nurse scientists are needed who can reduce health disparities and contribute to nursing science. We offer both MSN-to-PhD and BSN-to-PhD entry. Courses are offered in a blended (online and on-campus) format with students not meeting face-to-face every week. The number of class meetings per semester varies by course. This format reduces travel time, but maintains personal contact among students and faculty. Full- or part-time degree plans are available. A formal Mentoring Program provides doctoral students the opportunity to be matched with faculty or community leaders for support and guidance.
Lauri D. John, PhD, RN, CNS
Associate Chair for Graduate Nursing - MSN Administration, MSN Education, DNP, and PhD
The PhD program is accepting applications for Spring 2016 and Fall 2016.
Please contact the PhD program office at 817-272-1038 or PhDinNursing@uta.edu for specific deadline information.
- Apply online
- Send transcripts to the Graduate School
- Write your goal statement
- Submit your goal statement via email to the PhD Program Office.
- Coordinate with program assistant for interview with faculty member.
Our application checklist is available for download: click or tap here (PDF).