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The University of Oklahoma College of Nursing offers the Master of Science Degree with a major in Nursing at the OU Health Sciences Center Oklahoma City and OU - Tulsa Schusterman Center. Students in the program are enrolled in and obtain their degree from the Graduate College of the University of Oklahoma. The goal of the faculty is to guide and facilitate student learning and development of advanced nursing competence necessary for professional practice in leadership roles such as advanced practitioner, teacher-educator, and administrator-manager. The majority of nursing graduate students completes the degree through part-time enrollment. The College of Nursing makes every effort to meet the needs of adult learners with personal and professional responsibilities.
Notice: Students may not enroll in nursing courses unless they are accepted in and committed to completing a specific pathway.
|Program||Summer 2011||Fall 2011||Spring 2012|
|Administration / Management||January 15, 2012||March 1, 2012||Sept. 1, 2011|
|Clinical Nurse Specialist *||N/A||March 1, 2012||N/A|
|Education Pathway||January 15, 2012||March 1, 2012||Sept. 1, 2011|
Accelerated Education Pathway
(Begins August 1st each year)
|N/A||March 1, 2012||N/A|
|Nurse Practitioner *||January 15, 2012||N/A**||N/A**|
*The CNS Application for Admission opens annually in January for Fall admission.
*The Nurse Practitioner program only begins during the summer terms. Applicants should apply to the summer terms to be considered for admission
All transcripts must be submitted directly to the OUHSC Office of Admissions & Records. The mailing address is:
OUHSC Office of Admissions & Records
PO Box 26901, BSEB 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73126
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will be prepared to:
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