- In the School of Nursing at Oklahoma Baptist University, they educate the pupils in their nursing training program to become professional, caring as well as competent nurses. Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing will be ready for the profession and will be in a position to combine their faith with the discipline of nursing – taking part in Christian service within a diverse and also ever-changing world.
- The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education certifies the nursing programs at Oklahoma Baptist University’s School of Nursing.
About the school
- Oklahoma Baptist University is a co-ed Christian liberal arts institution situated in Shawnee, Oklahoma, United States, and also owned by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma.
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximate $27,170
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
Complete University admission requirements.
Complete College of Nursing admission requirements for full admission.
Completion of a State Board approved LPN or LPTN program and national nursing accreditation preferred.
All prerequisite coursework for admission into the professional program of study in Nursing must be completed by the end of the spring semester except NURS 2712 Transition to Professional Nursing which could be offered in the summer session .
Proof of, and maintenance of, an unencumbered to practice as an LPN or LPTN in the state of Oklahoma and/or any other state.
Credit for courses listed below will be held in escrow. The student will receive credit for these courses upon successful completion of the program.
o NURS 1101 Nursing Seminar
o NURS 2024 Introduction to Nursing
o NURS 3252 Application Lab: Acutely Ill Patient
LPN students who are admitted to the program will be permitted to receive credit for NURS 3171 Pharmacology I, NURS 3182 Pharmacology II, NURS 3523 Pathophysiology and Care of the Adult, NURS 3513 Pathophysiology and Care of the Child, NURS 3233 Practicum: Acutely Ill Adult, NURS 3262 Practicum Acutely Ill Pediatrics, and NURS 3411 Simulation Lab: Across the Lifespan through a validation examination.
The LPN student must complete the Adult, Pediatrics, and Pharmacology ATI Mastery Exams by August 1 prior to enrollment in the professional program of study.
The LPN student will have only one opportunity to take this exam. Students meeting or exceeding the minimum Level 2 ATI Proficiency Level on the ATI test for NURS 3171, NURS 3182, NURS 3513, NURS 3523, NURS 3233, NURS 3262, NURS 3411 will receive credit for the courses upon completion of the exam.
LPN students not scoring at the minimum Level 2 ATI Proficiency on any one exam will be expected to enroll and complete the courses associated with the failed exam.
The LPN student will not be required to take the Fundamentals ATI Mastery Exam.
The LPN student will be expected to take all other ATI Mastery Exams as outlined in the CON Comprehensive Testing Policy.
Address: 500 W University St, Shawnee, OK 74804, USA
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