Undergraduate Programs

Earn your Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing or Imaging Technology at Oak Point University

Don’t forget, Oak Point is an upper-division university. We only accept students who have already completed a minimum of 2 years of college coursework. If you already have a solid liberal arts and science education in place, we can build on your knowledge and skills and prepare you for long-term success in Nursing or Imaging Technology.

Whether you choose our traditional BSN program, our BSN for RNs program, or our Imaging Technology program, you’ll work with instructors who are truly passionate about healthcare education. You’ll have access to facilities and technologies that are among the very best. And you’ll graduate fully prepared to lead healthcare into the future.

For over a century, Oak Point University has been helping students become respected healthcare professionals who are committed to excellence in all they do. It’s a tradition that continues with you.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

The BSN program prepares students for nursing careers in an increasingly complex healthcare environment. This program is for students with no previous nursing education and builds on a solid liberal arts and science foundation.

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Bachelor in Science of Nursing for RNs Program

The BSN for RNs is a bachelor’s degree program uniquely designed for the associate degree and diploma prepared registered nurse who wants to extend his or her knowledge and skills. Our student-centered teaching methods use adult learning principles specifically designed for students who have been away from the classroom for a while.

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Imaging Technology Program

This program is for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the dynamic field of medical imaging and radiography. The Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (BSIT) degree can help you build a Radiography career with true potential.

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