OBU's MSN Mission Statement
Building on a professional nursing education at the undergraduate level, the mission of the MSN program in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies is to prepare advanced nurses for delivery of health care with diverse populations and leadership roles in rapidly changing health care systems. This is accomplished through the integration of advanced professional knowledge and Judeo-Christian beliefs.
OBU offers MSN courses online. Complete your course from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you need to be. Within OBU’s MSN, students are given the opportunity to choose the track in which three of their classes center on: Nursing Education and Global/Public Health.
MSN Courses Online
OBU offers MSN courses online. Complete your course from the comfort of your own home or anywhere you need to be. Apply now for online MSN courses!
Designed for Working Adults
- Degree can be completed in as little as 18 months
- Classes designed to be taken one at a time
Choose Three Courses
As students begin their MSN, they have the opportunity to choose the topic of three out of their 11 courses. These three courses will assist in broadening their knowledge in a particular focus area. These courses allow students to gain an edge in the nursing industry. These courses center on the following tracks:
Nursing Education Track
Advance your nursing career. Become an innovative leader in health care. Impact future generations of nurses. You can do this in only 18 months! At Oklahoma Baptist University’s Graduate School, students in the Master of Science in Nursing degree program learn nursing education principles and skills in an exciting, contemporary environment. Learn more about the MSN in Nursing Education.
Global/Public Health Track
This degree track is designed for individuals who wish to step into leadership positions in international health organizations or cross-cultural healthcare settings within the United States or overseas. Graduates will gain the expertise and experience needed to practice in settings focused on population-based approaches to improve the health of diverse communities. This degree will prepare a generation of nurses to serve more effectively and sustainably in cross-cultural settings. Learn more about the MSN in Global/Public Health.