Texas Nursing CEU Requirements
TX Nursing License Renewal Continuing Education
Choose Texas State-Mandated Courses
| Forensic Evidence Collection for Texas Nurses: Sexual Assault Examination Guidelines
REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES Fulfills the 2-hour continuing education requirement for Texas nurses practicing in an ED setting regarding forensic evidence collection.
| Nursing Jurisprudence and Ethics for Texas: Standards of Nursing
REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES Fulfills Texas Board of Nursing CNE requirement relating to the ethics, laws, and rules that govern nursing practice in the state of Texas.
| Older Adult and Geriatric Care for Texas Nurses
REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES Fulfills Texas requirement for nurses whose practice includes older adult or geriatric populations. Covers goals of care for the older adult, physiologic and cognitive changes of aging, elder abuse, and end-of-life care.
Detailed Texas License Renewal Information
The Texas Board of Nursing requires nurses to complete 20 contact hours of continuing nursing education (CNE) every two years for re-licensure.
Mandatory CNE requirements for Texas Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), and Advance Practice Registered Nurses (ARPNs):
2 hours Nursing Jurisprudence and Nursing Ethics:
2 hours Older Adult or Geriatric Care:
2 hours Forensic Evidence Collection CNE