Accelerated BSN in Dallas

Concordia University Texas’s Accelerated BSN track in Dallas, Texas, is the first step toward an exciting career as a nurse in a vibrant city. No prior healthcare experience is required to transition into our accelerated BSN track. You can transfer your existing college credit and earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in as few as 16 months of professional nursing study, so you can become the nurse you want to be in Dallas.

Benefits of Relocating to Dallas for Nursing School

Our ABSN track does offer an online element; however, you will still need to complete labs and clinicals at our ABSN site in Dallas, Texas. Concordia University Texas offers our Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) track in Dallas because not only is it home to a robust healthcare network, but it’s also a great city to live in as you build your future as a nurse.

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Renowned Healthcare Network Connections

During the clinical rotations portion of your time in the ABSN track, you’ll work with experienced healthcare professionals at respected healthcare facilities around Dallas.

Although we can’t guarantee which healthcare facility you will be placed at, you will receive valuable clinical experience while you’re there and can make lasting connections that may even lead to job prospects down the road.

CTX nursing students collaborating in room

High Nursing Demand

The demand for nurses in Texas is high, making Dallas an excellent choice if job security is important to you.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Texas is the second largest employer of registered nurses of any state, making it a great place to find your first nursing role after graduation.

Nursing salaries in Dallas are also competitive, which is another great reason to become a nurse in the city. According to the BLS, the median yearly salary in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX, metro area is $93,300 as of May 2023. This salary is higher than the average for the U.S. 

Other Benefits of Moving to Dallas for Nursing School

In addition to having high demand for nurses and great salary opportunities, Dallas is also a fun place to live. Moving to Dallas is a rewarding decision not only for your nursing career, but because of all the city has to offer.

Area Attractions

Of course, your nursing coursework will take priority during the Accelerated BSN track in Dallas, but don’t forget to explore the city and see if Dallas is somewhere you may want to commit to long-term. Here are some attractions located a short drive from the Concordia Texas ABSN track learning center:

  • Trinity Forest Adventure Park
  • Cedar Ridge Preserve
  • The Dallas Zoo
  • The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
  • Klyde Warren Park

Nearby Amenities

If you have family or friends visiting to support you, there are plenty of great places to stay in the city. Dallas also offers an array of excellent restaurants to choose from within a short drive from the learning site location. Some of our favorites include:

  • Ari Korean BBQ
  • Roots Southern Table
  • TJ's Seafood Market & Grill Preston Royal
  • Jia Modern Chinese
  • Goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House

Attending Concordia Texas’s ABSN Learning Site in Dallas

The Concordia University Texas ABSN Learning Site is located at 11511 Luna Road # 600, Farmers Branch, TX 75234.

Our learning site location is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Our contact number is 866-891-1371.

Explore Concordia Texas’s Dallas ABSN Learning Site

If you’re ready to apply to the Concordia ABSN track in Dallas, it’s worth exploring the Concordia Texas ABSN track Learning Site, where you will attend classes, study for exams, and attend skills and simulation labs.

The Dallas ABSN track learning site offers storage lockers for students to stay organized and stow items, conference rooms for discussing with your cohort after lab, private study spaces, common areas for socializing, high-tech manikins and lab equipment, a control room, and classrooms, offices, and more.

CTX nursing students in lab

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is it possible to work while enrolled in the ABSN track?

The accelerated track is a full-time commitment, and some consider it to be a full-time job on its own. While it may be possible to work part-time while completing your nursing education, you should meet with an admissions counselor to discuss your options.

What requirements do I need to meet to get into accelerated nursing school?

60+ non-nursing college credits or a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. Transfer applicants must complete pre-nursing degree requirements with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Second-degree seeking students must hold a conferred degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.0.

When do classes start for the ABSN track?

We offer three ABSN track starts a year in January, May, and August.

Ready to Discover Dallas?

An Accelerated BSN track in Dallas could be the next step in your nursing journey.