Highlights

Earn your MSN in two years or less!
Classes completely online

RN to BSN/MSN

The RN to MSN online program provides the opportunity for licensed registered nurses with an associate degree or diploma to earn a Master of Science in Nursing. A master's degree improves earning potential and career advancement opportunities for nurses. With our professors' instruction and experience, you can develop the knowledge needed to pursue opportunities in nursing education or global nursing.

Program Features

  • Designed for working professionals
  • Courses offered online
  • Courses offered in flexible intensive sessions
  • Courses taught by faculty in area of expertise
  • Option to exit with a BSN

Why Choose OBU?

Leadership Development

Oklahoma Baptist University is a leader in Nursing Education. OBU is here to help you become a leader in the healthcare field. Through your practicum, you will have the ability to interact with community and global leaders and students alike as you hone your skills to assume leadership roles.

Personalized

Our professors work with you to craft projects and practica (or clinical experiences) in line with your educational goals. Your Capstone Project will be designed by you as you look to a current or future educational or global issue that needs to be addressed. Your RN-MSN program is as creative as your imagination.

Engaging and Practical Instruction

You and your peers will engage in discussions regarding current issues and topics in the healthcare industry. You are challenged to think in ways that assist you to make quality decisions and to lead others through complex decisions. The RN-MSN from OBU will assist you to move into new leadership positions.

Foundational Ethics

OBU integrates a biblical worldview to help you strengthen your professional ethic. You will be encouraged to put into practice character qualities that make you a stronger leader in the classroom, at work and at home. As a graduate, we want you to succeed, and we want you to succeed in doing what is right.