The associate in applied science degree nursing program at NEO College is designed to prepare graduates for licensure as a registered nurse and entry into the practice. Registered nurses are in high demand nationwide. Nurses can specialize in many areas of practice. Nursing also provides opportunities for continued education and career mobility.

NEO College offers two pathways for completing the nursing program:

Admission to the nursing program is limited. Students must make formal application to the program. For information about the nursing program, the application, and the admission process, click on the links under Nursing Resources. For information about the Fast-Track Program for licensed practical nurses and paramedics, call Jan Allen, Fast Track Coordinator at 918.540.6473 or

NEO College also offers an associate in science degree program that prepares students for application to a bachelor of science in nursing program at a four-year college or university. For more information about the Pre-BSN program, click here

View institutional accreditation here.

Application for Spring 2018 available in mid-December 2017. All application information due by March 1st.

Nursing Accreditation

The Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing Program is approved by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing (OBN) and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc., (ACEN).

If you have questions regarding NEO’s Nursing Programs, please contact or 918.540.6316.

Information about the Nursing Program’s tuition, fees, length, and accreditation also may be obtained from:

  • Oklahoma Board of Nursing (OBN)
    2915 North Classen Boulevard – Suite 524
    Oklahoma City, OK  73106-5437 (405) 962-1800
  • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN)
    3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
    Atlanta, GA  30326
    (404) 975-5000

Degree Options

Associate in Applied Science – Nursing (RN)

Associate in Science – Nursing – Pre BSN

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