The campus of Texas Health School is in Houston, TX, which is a large city. The school is a private, for-profit institution. Degrees at Texas Health School include, at the school's highest level, the Certificate.
The school is known for its programs in nursing and emergency medicine.
Admission at Texas Health School is selective, not open to all who apply.
In 2007-2008, the school had 195 students enrolled (145 full-time equivalent). Texas Health School has a large minority student population. A large number of students at the school are 40 years old or older.
A lot of students at Texas Health School attend part-time.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"The mission of Texas Health School is to provide quality educational programs that prepare its graduates for employment in their specialized field of allied health. The programs emphasize hands-on training that are relevant to the requirements of the employer community and focus on areas that are offer long-term employment opportunities. Specifically the School's objectives are: 1. To provide an education that will prepare the student to become a productive citizen as well as increasing his/her employment potential. 2. To offer quality instruction by employing instructors and administrators, who are specialists in their fields, and utilizing state of the art equipment. 3. To promote self-discipline and motivate the student to do his/her best, thus allowing him/her to achieve his/her full potential. 4. To provide competent, responsible support staff needed to help meet the demand of the local job market."
More complete details are provided below.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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