The OBU College of Nursing is a baccalaureate program for the preparation of a professional nurse.
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What makes an OBU Nursing degree special?
The OBU nursing degree is a BSN. This degree prepares one to practice nursing as a RN in any state in the U.S. and in most areas of nursing. At OBU we integrate Christian faith with nursing practice. We see nursing as a ministry and a calling.
What are OBU grads doing with their Nursing degrees?
Most OBU nurses work in hospitals in a variety of areas (medical-surgical units, maternal child units, surgical units, pediatric units, psychiatric-mental health units, intensive care areas) right out of school. Many continue their education by obtaining a MSN after a couple of years. Our graduates have acquired prominent, well respected positions throughout the U.S.
What do OBU Nursing faculty specialize in?
Nursing students have the opportunity to participate in self sponsored mission trips.