OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University’s Kramer School of Nursing has restructured its undergraduate degree programs leading to Registered Nurse licensure to give students more flexible choices.
Prospective students interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree can start during the fall, spring or summer on a part-time, full-time or accelerated schedule.
“More opportunities for professional nurses exist now than ever before due to the worldwide shortage of Registered Nurses and their expanding roles,” said Kramer School of Nursing Dean Marvel Williamson.
Williamson noted the Kramer School of Nursing accepts all applicants as soon as they are admitted to the university, unlike most schools offering bachelor’s degrees in nursing which have long waiting lists.
OCU’s Kramer School of Nursing is ranked among the top 10 percent of nursing schools in the nation. The school also offers master’s and doctoral degrees in nursing including a family nurse practitioner program and a PhD degree for nurse educators and researchers.
For more information, visit www.okcu.edu/nursing or call (405) 208-5900.