Nursing Programs

As an RN, or aspiring nurse, you want to help people heal while fulfilling the potential within yourself. At Olivet, our accredited Nursing programs are designed to provide the skills and knowledge to help you do just that.

We understand the time demands on your schedule and the effort required by your job. We meet you right where you are —both in your career and along your educational path. All of our nursing programs feature online coursework and can completed in 2 years or less. Providing an education that’s uniquely relevant to your life, our flexible, affordable nursing degree and certification programs provide value seldom equaled in today’s market.


The baccalaureate degree, master's degree, and post-graduate APRN certificate programs at Olivet Nazarene University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Brooke Piper, DNP, BSN

"Teaching for Olivet is much different than working in the community. At Olivet, I am able to freely express my Christian beliefs and share how God is working in my life with not only my students but my coworkers. The ability to seek Him first is the priority. I am honored to work with such kind, caring professionals who love the Lord and try to be more like Him every day. The nursing faculty are all encouraging and supportive and love what they do! It's infectious!”

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Professional Development

Equipped and engaged employees who work effectively on teams make the largest impact on organizations. Olivet partners with individuals and teams seeking to develop their skills and knowledge by providing workshops, assessments, online courses, mini-MBA programs, career training programs, and global learning opportunities.

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Individual Courses

Gain knowledge while earning academic credit by taking individual online courses. Courses are offered throughout the year at the bachelor and master level. As a student enrolled in an individual course, you will receive the benefits from being an Olivet student.

Individual courses are offered to non-degree seeking students who have not been formally admitted to a program of study. Non-degree seeking students may take up to 9 credit hours in the form of a Certificate or degree program. There is no limit to the number of general education courses and electives they may take. To continue in a degree program, they will need to apply for full admission to the program.

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