The message has been consistent for years: There's a nationwide nursing shortage. In times like these, is it possible that the need for compassionate caregivers could be as high as ever? Undoubtedly. But the students of Indiana Wesleyan University's School of Nursing aren't just looking for a job. They want to be motivated by mentors willing to share their knowledge gained by years of practice. They expect a nursing school that offers an integrated educational experience, combining hard facts with hands-on learning. And by committing to changing the world with Christ-like kindness, our nursing degree graduates go a step beyond achieving success; they feel fulfilled.
Our nursing school is led by its own dean and consists of three divisions: the Division of Pre-licensure Nursing, the Division of Post-licensure Nursing and the Division of Graduate Studies in Nursing. More than 200 full-time, affiliate and adjunct faculty members assist with coursework for more than 2,000 full-time students - on the Marion, Indiana, campus, at various sites in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and online for students around the world.
Whether you're an incoming freshman, a practicing professional or someone answering a new career calling, IWU offers nursing degree programs that prepare every student for service in venues ranging from hospitals to the mission field.
To choose the program that's right for you, please select from these academic programs.