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School of Nursing

Prospective Students

Have you just graduated High School or looking for a new career? Are you ready to help heal the mind, body and spirit?

This page will explain the requirements for our program and how you could start your journey to walking the stage as Covenant School of Nursing's next Registered Nurse.

Ready to start your journey with Covenant School of Nursing?



After completion of high school or obtaining a General Educational Development (GED) certificate, eight specific prerequisite college courses must be completed from a Regionally Accredited College or University (Nationally Accreditation is not accepted without approval).

Prerequisite courses must be from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum grade of "C". All prerequisite courses must be completed and an official transcript submitted prior to the start of nursing school. To qualify to apply, you must have a grade point average of 2.5 or higher in the required prerequisite courses. The most recent prerequisite grade will be used to calculate the prerequisite GPA. CLEP credit is accepted in English I, English II, Chemistry, and Human Growth and Development only and has to be provided on the official transcript. Dual Credit, AP, or CLEP is accepted for the applicable courses if the grade meets school requirements. Please make sure that all Dual Credit, AP or CLEP credit is provided on the official transcript. If you have questions in regards to a prerequisite course that you have taken please contact our office. The Admissions and Recruitment offices are available by appointment to applicants for academic guidance during the pre-nursing phase of completing these required courses.

To make an appointment, please call and ask for the Admissions Officer at 806-725-8903 or Recruiter at 806-725-8936

Click here for Covenant School of Nursing RN & LVN-RN Prerequisite Chart (Texas Courses)

Click here for Covenant School of Nursing RN & LVN-RN Prerequisite Chart (New Mexico courses)

*All colleges and universities have different course numbers* Please contact the recruiter to specify the course number from any college/university.

*Must be completed within the last ten years according to the start date.*

English I

3 Hour Credit

English II

3 Hour Credit

Human Growth and Development

3-4 Hour Credit


3 Hour Credit

Chemistry (with lab)

4 Hour Credit

Microbiology (with lab)

4 Hour Credit

*Human Anatomy & Physiology I (with lab)*

4 Hour Credit

*Human Anatomy & Physiology II (with lab)*

4 Hour Credit

If you have additional questions in regards to the courses listed above please contact us.

*Must be completed within the last ten years according to the start date.*

Want to Move after you graduate? Click here for the states that you can take your NCLEX after you graduate.

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