Is there a part-time track?
The FNP, AG-ACNP and NA programs are designed to be completed in sequence on a full-time basis to provide the best learning environment from inter-professional collaboration in clinical sites, human patient simulation labs and other nursing students.
Is this an online/distance program?
DNP to Post-master’s courses are offered online, however, meeting with DNP faculty and some course presentations can be done in person if the student is local or with the option of online for distance learners. We feel that local faculty and facilities are essential in providing optimum learning environments, and that is why faculty are readily available if needed.
Are any of the classes online?
Most of the DNP to Post-master’s classes have online components (asynchronous learning) as well as having a significant portion delivered asynchronously. However, there may be times when students will be requested to come to campus for presentations or to meet with faculty.
Can I work and attend school?
You may be able to work, but it should not be an excuse for poor academic performance. The time commitment of the programs is extensive, especially during clinical years, and may preclude outside employment.
Do I need board certifications for acceptance (CCRN, RN-BC, CEN)?
No, however, certifications may be beneficial for a competitive application.
Do I need to take the GRE?
No. The GRE is not required.
Are all of the classes at the Oxley Health Sciences facility (downtown Tulsa)?
All classes, with the exception of many clinical sites, are at TU’s Oxley Health Sciences facility. This facility is designed for health science education, with extensive lab and simulation spaces.
How do I find a preceptor?
To ensure quality learning environments, clinical sites and preceptors are selected by program directors and faculty. We expect students to focus on learning rather than locating preceptors.