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Online Nursing Programs at The University of Tulsa

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What’s Next for Nursing? You Decide.

The University of Tulsa trains confident and competent nurses who are prepared to shape the future of nursing. If you’re ready to advance your path to positive impact, we’ll provide the support you need to achieve your academic and professional goals.

With a modern nursing curriculum, low student-to-faculty ratio, and unparalleled faculty support, TU online nursing programs equip you with the skills you need to reach important milestones in your long-term career development. Start your journey at TU today.

Our Online Programs

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Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN)

Designed for those who have a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field and want an expedited path to a nursing career, our online ABSN features eight-week courses and five start times per year to allow for an accelerated graduation timeline.

Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN)

The online ABSN program at The University of Tulsa is built for those who have a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and want to quickly transition to a nursing career. To support you on the path to degree attainment, our ABSN is designed to be completed in as few as 24 months. TU grants conditional admittance to the program even if you’re missing required courses like microbiology and statistics, so you can complete necessary courseworks while diving into the core nursing curriculum.

Take a look at some of the benefits of earning your ABSN at TU:

  • A flexible and accessible degree program with five class starts a year, eight-week courses, and 60 core nursing credits*
  • 630 hours of hands-on clinical experience to help you develop transformative nursing skills, with one week of intensive training on the TU campus to prepare you for clinicals
  • Rigorous preparation for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®), which 95% of TU nursing graduates passed in 2021 and 2022
  • An unbeatable value of just $445 per credit hour, textbooks included, so you can access an elite, private nursing education at a competitive price

*Please note that the total credit hours required may vary based on your individual official transcript evaluations.

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RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)

The perfect fit for registered nurses looking to advance into leadership roles, our online RN to BSN program builds on your existing experience to develop transformative nursing skills — while cutting out any unnecessary courses.

RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)

The online RN to BSN program at The University of Tulsa is designed for registered nurses with an associate degree in nursing who want to build on their existing experience and elevate into leadership roles. To support you on the path to degree completion, we allow up to 72 transfer credits of general education and foundational nursing courses. You may also be eligible for an additional 18 transfer credits upon submission and review of a professional portfolio.

Take a look at some of the benefits of earning your RN-BSN at TU:

  • 35 core credits and a flexible transfer policy, allowing you to advance your career in as few as 12 months*
  • A focus on developing new nursing concepts instead of relearning the skills you already know
  • An unbeatable value of just $445 per credit hour, textbooks included, so you can access an elite, private nursing education at a competitive price

*Please note that the total credit hours required may vary based on your individual official transcript evaluations and professional portfolio credit worksheet.

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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Designed for working nurses who want to keep rising in the health care system, our online MSN prepares you to advance real change through project-based assignments that reflect real-world issues in nursing.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

The online MSN program at The University of Tulsa is designed for working nurses who want to keep rising in the health care system. This MSN prepares you with the skills to advance real change in your patient community through project-based assignments that reflect real-world issues in nursing. The program emphasizes core skills necessary for nursing leadership, including pathophysiology over the lifespan, pharmacology in societal trends, and health promotion.

Take a look at some of the benefits of earning your MSN online at TU:

  • 100% online coursework, allowing you to continue your nursing education while you work
  • A flexible, 30-credit hour degree program with five class starts a year and eight-week courses
  • An unbeatable value of just $585 per credit hour, so you can access an elite, private nursing education at a competitive price
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RN to Master of Science in Nursing (RN to MSN)

If you’re a registered nurse looking to move up the career ladder to leadership, the RN to MSN pathway gives you the opportunity to earn your BSN and your MSN in as little as 24 months.

RN to Master of Science in Nursing (RN to MSN)

The online RN to MSN program pathway is designed for motivated RNs who want to keep progressing toward graduate education. The RN to MSN links our RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) to our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), allowing you to graduate with two degrees in as few as 24 months. You’ll enjoy priority admission to the MSN program upon completion of the RN to BSN program.

Take a look at some of the benefits of the online RN to MSN program pathway:

  • Designed for working nurses, with multiple starts a year
  • RN to BSN: 35 core credits and a flexible transfer policy, allowing you to advance your career in as little as 12 months*
  • MSN: 30 core credits and your choice of four specialty tracks to focus your practice in as little as 12 months

*Please note that the total credit hours required may vary based on your individual official transcript evaluations and professional portfolio credit worksheet.

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“The faculty really helped me to push myself and drive me to be one of the best nurses I can be — a future leader in the health care field.”
— Nikita Burgess, BSN Alum

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Accessible Tuition. First-Rate Nursing Education.

The University of Tulsa delivers high-quality online nursing education at a competitive price so you can begin your path to positive impact. Join us at TU to learn the skills you need to shape the future of nursing.

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Community of Care

TU is home to compassionate educators who provide individualized guidance and one-on-one support. We take the time to understand your goals, matching and mentoring you to promote career readiness and foster professional development.

Why Choose Tu?

An experienced faculty dedicated to helping you advance your career

An up-to-date curriculum designed to prepare future-ready nurses

A reputation for training confident and competent nursing leaders since 1973

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About The University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa is known for its long-standing legacy of producing skilled and hard-working nurses, dating back to its first graduating class from the School of Nursing in 1973. TU's online programs are sharing this reputation of academic excellence with a cohort of learners across the United States, preparing a new generation of future-ready nurses, compassionate caregivers, and nursing leaders to thrive in their field.
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