If you are interested in a program that leads to a license or certification, there may be requirements or restrictions on your program. At this time, the University of Texas at El Paso cannot confirm whether any particular course or program meets requirements for professional licensure in any state other than Texas unless otherwise noted below. If you are planning to apply for licensure in a state other than Texas after completion of your program, you may contact that state's appropriate licensing board to determine whether the UTEP program meets licensure requirements in that state.
If you plan to apply for professional licensure within the state of Texas, please review the Occupational License Eligibility information.
If you have a specific question related to professional licensure in a state other than Texas, please contact our State Authorization Manager at State.Authorization@utep.edu.
Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Practitioner
The Nurse Practitioner Program does meet licensure requirements in the following states:
- North Carolina
- New Mexico
Additional requirements may exist in order to obtain prescriptive authority.
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
UTEP’s online M.Ed. programs are not intended to lead to professional licensure or teacher certification.
In the state of Kentucky, the M.Ed. programs do not lead to certification and/or rank change.
Contact a State Board of Nursing
Contact a State Board of Education
If you have a specific question related to State Authorization or Professional Licensure, please contact our State Authorization Manager at State.Authorization@utep.edu.