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Nursing

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Online RN-BSN Program
Registered Nurses can earn their Online BSN at Langston University in 9 or 12 months!

Taking applications for the BSN program at Langston and Tulsa Campuses. The deadline is March 1, 2024. Please call 918-877-8123 or 918-877- 8127 or email teressa.hunter@langston.edu if you have any questions or need more information.

Speak with a School of Nursing & Health Professions Advisor
Langston Campus: 405-466-3415; Tulsa Campus: 918-877-8123; Ardmore Campus: 580-319-0317

MISSION
To graduate scholarly, professional nurse leaders who provide exemplary, culturally appropriate care in collaboration with an interdisciplinary health care team to advocate for diverse clients across the lifespan, with a particular focus on health disparities.

VISION
To prepare graduates to function successfully as beginning professional nurses in a variety of environments and to contribute to the profession of nursing through involvement in education.

CORE VALUES

  • Ethics
  • Character Caring
  • Cultural Competence
  • OBJECTIVES & GOALS
    The purpose and goals of the School of Nursing are to prepare the graduate to:

  • Attain a foundation for study at the undergraduate level and a commitment to life-long learning.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics and professional standards of nursing practice.
  • Value the uniqueness, dignity, and worth of clients in a multicultural environment as demonstrated through nursing practice.
  • STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Provide patient-centered care which represents the patient’s preferences, values, and needs within the context of their families, communities, and health care system.
  • Use information management and patient care technology in the delivery of health care.
  • Collaborate with other interprofessional health care team members for health promotion and disease and injury prevention across the lifespan.
  • Utilize nursing judgment substantiated by current evidence in the holistic care of diverse individuals within the context of their families, communities, and health care systems.
  • Integrate ethical values and respect for all populations with a focus on minority groups within healthcare organizations and the community.
  • Apply leadership and management of care concepts to provide high-quality nursing care.
  • Demonstrate professional responsibility and accountability for nursing practice.
  • Use of scholarship of evidence-based practice and research to support high-quality healthcare outcomes and safe nursing practice.