School of Nursing and Health Professions

There is an immediate community need for surgical technologists in our area.
The Owens Registered Nursing program has earned the maximum award of reapproval through the Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN).

You love a challenge. You are a hard worker. You strive to learn more every day. You enjoy being part of a team to find solutions and empower others to do the same. You feel empathy and gain satisfaction from helping those in need. If these are qualities you appreciate about yourself, consider the fact that these are also qualities found in successful healthcare professionals. You have found your calling.Owens School of Nursing and Health Professions has an established reputation of educating healthcare professionals who work in Northwest Ohio and beyond. Our approach of interprofessional education results in graduates who are well trained to practice collaboratively and provide patient-centered care to the members of our community.

Upon completion of our programs and certificates, you will have a strong educational foundation and hours of hands-on experiences in your chosen field. Our knowledgeable faculty members are prepared to help you begin a successful career as a healthcare professional.

Learn more about the many programs and certificates we have to offer.

Fast Facts

In-demand occupations in Ohio requiring an associate degree:

Dental Hygienists: Starting wage is $54,320 with 578 openings each year

Physical Therapist Assistants: Starting wage is $45,850 with 1,005 openings each year

Medical Assistants: Require a one-year certificate, earn $25,160 directly out of school with over 3,000 openings each year

The NCLEX pass rates for Owens nursing graduates has surpassed the state and national pass rates since 2014.

100% of the graduates of the Health Information Technology Program passed their certification exam in 2019.