Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City is a public institution that was founded in 1961 in Oklahoma City, OK. OSU's department of health sciences places great importance on diversity and inclusion, striving to preserve their community comprised of individuals with wildly different backgrounds and life experiences.They offer an ADN program that is ACEN accredited with two pathways: the traditional pathway, and an LPN to RN and Paramedic to RN bridge program.
The traditional 2-year track is a 72-credit hour curriculum that combines classroom instruction with laboratory activities and clinical experience. The bridge program is comprised of a 58-hour curriculum, giving LPNs and Paramedics the ability to complete the coursework in a shorter amount of time. Students may apply twice a year for enrollment in the fall or in the spring. OSU offers many scholarship programs to help fund education within the health sciences. Faculty members of the program are dedicated to the wellbeing of students and ensuring they are well prepared for the NCLEX exam and their future careers in the nursing field.
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