The OBU School of Nursing offers a baccalaureate program for the preparation of a professional registered nurse.
OBU developed the first approved baccalaureate nursing program in the state of Oklahoma and has a long history dedicated to nursing education. As a liberal arts university, OBU develops students as people, helping them to understand their God-given purpose. Each student’s career as a nurse is the platform in which they are able to live out this purpose.
|Program Options||Degree Plan|
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)|
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) -- LPN Option|
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) -- Second Degree|
|Minor in Faith Community Nursing|
What makes an OBU Nursing degree special?
Our baccalaureate degree prepares you to practice as a registered nurse in any state in the U.S. We are a program known for producing quality nurses. Faculty teach students not only about the art and science of nursing, but also how to incorporate a Christian worldview into their work. OBU nursing graduates truly learn how to love and serve their patients as Christ would have them serve. We see nursing as a ministry and a calling.
What are OBU graduates doing with their Nursing degrees?
Most OBU nurses work in hospitals in a variety of areas (medical-surgical, maternal child, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric-mental health and intensive care) right out of school. Many continue their education at the graduate level while others engage in global health through missions. Our graduates have acquired prominent, well-respected positions throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Learn more about our Nursing faculty.