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Why study nursing at The University of Tulsa?

19 Apr 2017 - Lindsay Bennett

Throughout the world, every day, nurses provide vital care to millions of people. Nurses are essential to healthcare services in every country, and act as important links between patients and their medical care team.

Nursing can also be a rewarding career with many benefits, and one that is very much in demand. In fact, 8 of the world’s 12 largest economies have major nurse shortages (indeed.com 2016). Nursing is a highly stable, secure option for students who want to pursue a career in medicine.

International students can study nursing at The University of Tulsa (TU), a top American college. A bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from The University of Tulsa symbolizes an education of exceptional quality with incredible career preparation. As a student at TU, you’ll study with expert faculty, have access to top-notch facilities, and learn in diverse environments.

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Excellence in nursing education

The University of Tulsa has trained nurses for over 40 years, and continues to excel in the field. The nursing program boasts a 99% job placement rate, and licensing exam pass rates that are higher than the US national average.

Students benefit from a curriculum that combines a strong core of liberal arts courses, to build critical thinking skills, with 5 semesters of hands-on clinical training – 1 semester more than most other undergraduate nursing programs. Small class sizes mean you can form close connections with your faculty mentors.

This helps prepare TU graduates for work in healthcare settings around the world. Nurses can work in a wide range of environments and fields throughout their careers, including hospitals, schools, home care facilities and government agencies.

Study nursing in brand new facilities

In 2015, the University opened a new high-tech simulation lab in downtown Tulsa. This state-of-the-art facility includes several rooms designed to practice working in different scenarios, including an intensive care unit (ICU), a home setting, an operating room, and a general hospital room. Several lifelike, computerized mannequins magically replicate a variety of real-life medical situations.

The lab is also equipped with video monitors, so you can review taped simulation experiences with your professors to help you improve your skills and make better decisions on the job. Together, these resources allow you to practice critical skills on a range of ages and conditions before you work with real people, helping you to build your confidence and skills in a safe and supportive environment.

You’ll also gain experience in a real healthcare setting during your studies. The University of Tulsa has developed strong relationships with many local medical providers, including 3 major city medical centers, several smaller hospitals, and a variety of community healthcare agencies and psychiatric centers.

Start your application

You can enter the BSN degree directly or through the Intensive English or Pathway to Academics programs. Visit Pathways at The University of Tulsa to learn more about your options. Our education advisors will answer your questions and help you prepare your application.

 
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