Here is how your prior accomplishments will help you earn a BSN at Oklahoma City University:
*Credit granted to RNs by Oklahoma City University for prior learning or portfolio credit will not be posted until their final BSN semester. None of these credits count toward the 30 credit hours of Oklahoma City University residency requirement.
Due to the strenuous nature of nursing and practice orientation of Oklahoma City University's Kramer School of Nursing program, the School reserves the right to determine the eligibility of any student to enroll or continue in the nursing program. This decision is based on considerations including, but not limited to, characteristics required of a professional nurse. Eligibility is determined by the faculty's evaluation of a student's ability to perform the skills necessary to complete the course objectives, and includes attitudinal and behavioral components. These elements are re-evaluated each semester.
Requirements for admission to the RN-to-BSN program:
Although not required for admission, the following requirements must be met as specified once the student is admitted to the program before proceeding with any clinical practicum:
To be considered for entry into the nursing program, the application process must be complete by the deadlines shown below. This includes application to the university received by the Office of Admissions, the most current official transcripts received by the university Transcript Coordinator, and all other relevant documents received by the relevant Kramer School of Nursing program specialist.
The only exception is for courses in progress during the summer term prior to an August start date or the fall semester prior to a January start date. Confirmation of the grades earned for those courses can be submitted after the deadline listed below, but must be received prior to beginning nursing classes. The only acceptable temporary confirmations are an unofficial transcript, a signed original letter on university letterhead from the course’s professor listing the grade for the designated course with the student’s name, or a copy of the grade report printed from the university’s system. To enroll in courses the second semester of the nursing program, an official transcript verifying those grades must be received.
The option of starting with the Spring semester is available only on the home campus.
To progress to each subsequent semester, the student must:
Withdrawal from a nursing course after two-thirds of the course is over will be counted as one enrollment.