International and domestic rotations offer students a range of experiences not available at other nursing schools; Oklahoma Christian’s HonduraServe offers students the opportunity to work with Mission Predisan in Catacamas, Honduras or even in various places throughout Oklahoma City, from one of the state’s largest hospitals to free clinics in downtown Oklahoma City. With the backing of one of the best science faculties in the state, there’s no limit to where Oklahoma Christian nursing graduates can start their careers.
OC’s nursing program has the backing of the best science faculties and facilities in the state. 90% of OC graduates are accepted to medical schools when they meet the respective GPA and MCAT requirements.
A competitive field like health care requires an equally competitive nursing degree – something you can definitely expect to find from the Oklahoma Christian program.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Oklahoma Christian University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation/accredited-programs).
Interesting Classes I Might Take
- Adult Nursing
- Child and Family Health Nursing
- Health Care Missions and Christian Service
- Leadership and Management in Nursing
- Maternal-Infant Health Nursing
- All Courses
What I Can Do With My Degree
OC nursing graduates take jobs in areas like nurse practitioner, clinical nursing, emergency, critical care, ICU, cardiology, home health care, hydrotherapy, neonatal, neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, thoracics, transplants, and missions.
To educate and prepare professional nurses who exemplify the essence of Christian service and scholarship throughout their nursing practice with an emphasis on servant leadership within numerous settings, including mission fields, both internationally and domestic.
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