The UIndy School of Nursing is known for its leading-edge programs at all degree levels that consistently rank among the top in the state, with high passing rates on state licensing exams. UIndy also offers the only Neonatal Nurse Practitioner master's degree program in the state.
Our faculty bring decades of clinical experience in a wide range of specialties. Many are doctorally prepared and have excellent reputations for their leadership roles in health care communities locally, nationally and internationally.
UIndy's "Education for Service" motto is deeply embedded in the nursing curriculum. Students will find service learning components in many of our courses, along with a variety of volunteer and mission opportunities each year.
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Most health care facilities around the country now require at least a bachelor's degree in nursing. Our highly competitive traditional BSN program prepares graduates to work in a variety of health care settings.
The online RN to BSN program is designed for working nurses with an ASN degree wishing to further their careers.
The Second Degree Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed for career changers who already have a bachelor's degree in another field. This full-time program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in as little as 15 months.
The Nursing Academy is a parternship between Community Health Network and UIndy, and offers another accelerated path to the BSN degree. Students complete all of their clinical experiences through Community Health Network and are employed on a part-time basis during the program. Students can complete the program in four to five semesters, depending on previous course credits.
UIndy offers MSN degree programs in seven areas:
- Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner
- Primary Care Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
- Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
- Nursing Education
- Nursing & Health Systems Leadership
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
The DNP program prepares advanced practice nurses to step into leadership roles in health care systems. The majority of the program is offered online, giving you the flexibility to continue working throughout the 2-3 year program.
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