The mission of the OSU-Oklahoma City Nursing Program is to provide a quality associate degree education that prepares a diverse student body for registered nurse licensure that will enable them to succeed in a global society and life-long learning.
About the Nurse Science Program
The Nurse Science Department offers a program of study leading to an associate in applied science degree. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurse licensure (NCLEX-RN). The course of study includes classroom and laboratory instruction on campus, as well as supervised clinical experience at affiliating health agencies.
OSU-OKC Nurse Science Department offers the following options:
- Traditional pathway: The Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) prepares students to practice nursing as a Registered Nurse (RN). This option is for those who wish to earn their first associate degree, as well as those who wish to change careers.
- Transition pathway: The LPN to RN and Paramedic to RN pathways prepare licensed practical nurses and paramedics to practice nursing as a Registered Nurse (RN).
Why pursue the LPN or Paramedic to RN pathway?
- Increase earning potential
- Capitalize on wider job availability
- Learn the theory and critical-thinking skills needed to thrive as an RN
- Play a more prominent role in the healthcare decision-making process
For more information contact:
Nurse Science Department
Allied Health Building
900 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Oklahoma Board of Nursing
2501 N Lincoln Blvd., Suite 207
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
The Nurse Science program (AAS degree) at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC), located in Oklahoma City, OK is accredited by the:
The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the OSU-OKC Nurse Science program is continuing accreditation.