7000 square feet of new skills and clinical simulation labs
92% NCLEX board pass rate Sept. 2019
$70K median starting salary for BSNs
1 unique, online, competency based rn-to-bsn program
Ministering to people in need as a nurse is among the most extraordinary callings you can pursue. Nurses are in heavy demand, meaning there’s no limit to where you can live out your calling - from large metro hospitals to international mission fields or traveling nurse to medical school.
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Take advantage of our global connections to do life-changing international rotations. Get hands-on experience in Guatemala, Honduras or Tanzania serving people in need. You can also pursue medical mission opportunities close to home in the OKC metro.
Take challenging courses like adult nursing, pathophysiology and pharmacology, mental health nursing and nursing leadership.Apply Now
We teach students to think critically and how to multitask. It’s more than just teaching skills. We want them to think like a nurse.Trevy Rauch / Instructor of Nursing
RN to BSN
If you’re already a registered nurse, fast-track your way to a BSN degree with our competency-based program. All classes are 100% online, but you can skip all the classes you test out of. Finish the program in as little as 12 months.
Salaries for full time nurses start around $45,000 as a school nurse and about $70,000 for traditional BSNs as a national average. Some average annual salaries for non-traditional career paths include:
Legal Consultant $74,596
Cruise Ship Nurse $70,000
NGO Nurse $56,961
Nurse Midwife $91,831
International Travel Nurse - varies
Learning Disabilities Nurse $70,000
Surgical Nurse $59,571
Nurse Lobbyist $71,525
“There's never been a time in my life when I didn't know I wanted to be a nurse. I was a part of the first graduating class of 2008. I feel really proud about that. This is a calling God gave me.”
Leslie Ruth / New York City Nurse
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Oklahoma Christian University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K. St. NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001. (202) 887-6791 http://www.ccneaccreditation.org.