The Department of Health Sciences at Rogers State University has seen its students placed in a wide variety of professional health careers and programs in Oklahoma and beyond.
Students have gained admission into many other professional health programs outside the northeastern Oklahoma region.
Students have obtained employment in the private health care industry in laboratory research, diagnostics, pharmaceutical sales, secondary education and have also gained acceptance into graduate schools in biomedical sciences.
A degree in Nursing leads students to registered nurse licensure and incorporates classroom, lab, and clinical learning experiences. RSU offers licensed practical nurses a one-year program to transition to become a registered nurse.
The RN-to-BSN degree program prepares registered nurses for leadership roles in medical centers, home health care, and community health centers.
- In 2016, RSU nursing students earned a 96% pass rate for the NCLEX national certification, including a 100% pass rate for the Bartlesville nursing program. The state average was 86% while the national average was 85%.
- Nursing faculty bring a collective total of more than 130 years of experience in the field to the classroom.
- The Health Sciences department offers several lab environments to give students skillful training for residential environments, hospital beds, isolated acute care, and high fidelity simulation.
- RSU’s health sciences programs are some of the most rigorous in the region, producing graduates that are in high demand.