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Baylor nurses are very caring, careful and detail-oriented. Learn, Lead and Serve; that's definitely what Baylor University is all about.
When you have a professor like Dr. Killingsworth who's able to really harness the technology, it makes for a really great experience.
I knew Baylor was the right fit for me because they are holistically training providers in leadership, policy change, and preparing them for the entire role.
I have been thrilled with the DNP-ENL program at Baylor. I LOVE THIS PROGRAM!
Dr. Spies reached out to me to do some graduate research assistant work for her. And that was exciting for me because it's something I was definitely interested in.
My heart wanted to explode...My nursing practice had come full circle
I can't imagine another program with more genuine instructors that are very supportive and willing to help and genuinely want us to succeed no matter what our background or previous education.
Without reservation, I highly endorse Baylor’s distance ENL program and confidently make this statement based on my first-hand perspective and noteworthy experience. If you want to excel as a nurse leader/executive, this program is suited for you. But be prepared to put in work; trust me, you will learn profoundly.
I chose Baylor for my DNP-FNP degree because the university has an exceptional academic reputation, which captured my interest.
The faculty and staff here, they all care & want you to do well, and they are truly invested in making sure that your experience is one that will result in you being a Baylor nurse.

Baylor establishes their contracts with institutions to provide us with one preceptor per student and sets requirements for the preceptors. I believe this will have a significant impact on the experience that we receive in the clinical learning environment.

I wanted to be a nurse to help people and serve people. My family's been doing mission work in the Amazon jungles of Peru with tribes there for about 10 years. That really sparked my desire to bring health care to people with health disparities.
I wanted to become a nurse after volunteering at Baylor Scott & White in College Station. I just saw how hard the nurses were working to serve others, and I knew that I wanted to help others live happier healthier lives.
I decided to enroll in Baylor's ABSN program because I'm a mother of three, and the one year program was the most appealing thing to me. I have it in my mind, one and done. That short one year period of time is what drew me to it.
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