The School of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is a career-focused major where you will prepare for an exciting future of lifelong learning and professional growth. This four-year program, with a Christ-centered approach and a global perspective, prepares nurses to practice in all healthcare settings. Through advanced courses in subjects relating to complex illnesses and scientific research, students develop skills in communication, critical thinking and leadership. Students are able to explore different health care settings through 3 years of clinical studies in a variety of locations such as Marion, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Anderson and Muncie.

Indiana Wesleyan University’s School of Nursing houses innovative facilities, including a state-of-the-art simulation lab where students are introduced to real-life situations to gain hands on experience. With advanced technologies including SimMan and other high-fidelity patient simulators with realistic anatomy and clinical functionality, students are sure to learn skills needed before stepping into the clinical setting. Are you ready to become a world changer? Join us at Indiana Wesleyan University today!

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The transcultural experience is one of the unique features of Indiana Wesleyan University's nursing programs. Each student takes a transcultural theory course and participates in a transcultural practicum. This practicum could consist of working with an inner-city clinic, a health care center in an emerging nation, or a subculture in North America.




If you have a bachelor's degree and you want to switch to a nursing career, check out our Transition to Nursing program.



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Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953