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Widely recognized as one of the top nursing programs in Indiana, the Anderson University School of Nursing prepares individuals to serve God and society through a commitment to both competence and compassion in the nursing profession.
What you’ll love about our BSN
Get your BSN from one of Indiana’s top nursing schools, and step into the nursing field with confidence, even before you’re handed your diploma.
Our experiential learning focus gives you hands-on training within different facets of nursing throughout the program.
With a growing need for quality nurses, the possibilities for serving in the field are abundant. Whatever you envision, and whatever your destination, we can help you get there.
Within our student-centered educational model, our faculty make time — and take time — for your success.
Integrating head knowledge, experiential knowledge, and heart knowledge, our BSN curriculum prepares graduates to enter the profession as competent, compassionate, and called servant nurses.
With our specialized accreditation, and faculty who share your passion for nursing, you’ll receive nothing less than a quality, purpose-filled degree from AU.
School of Nursing & Kinesiology
If you feel the call to serve through nursing, there’s no better time to move forward. Come to the beautiful AU campus to complete our traditional BSN alongside other students and faculty who possess the same passion for helping others.
However you feel called within the field, Anderson University will give you the experience and the credentials you need to go further. Our graduates find positions locally, nationally, and internationally. They are employed in public health agencies, primary care clinics, home healthcare, outpatient centers, nursing homes, schools, mental health agencies, hospices, the military, and many other industries.
Earn a top-ranked degree!
Anderson University School of Theology is the only seminary of the Church of God in the world and is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. We are a seminary that serves the church universal from our distinctive perspective as a Church of God seminary in the Wesleyan tradition, committed to training women and men for ministry, and seeking to develop biblically grounded practice of ministry in church and society.
A Global Education
By integrating the concept of Christian service into all of our instruction, graduates learn how to care for both the physical and spiritual needs of their patients. Basing our nursing practice on biblical principles, students learn how to minister to dying patients, resolve current moral issues faced by the healthcare team, and address the needs of the uninsured while learning what it means to be a Christian servant.
Part of this is experienced through global education—an important component of the BSN curriculum. We require an intercultural experience that gives students the opportunity to travel overseas at a reduced rate and provide nursing care to the citizens of various communities. Click below to check out the locations where our students have traveled.
BSN (Pre-licensure Program)
This is the preferred first step in your career as a professional nurse and skilled provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of patient care in a variety of practice settings. The curriculum emphasizes analytical skills, a liberal arts perspective, the expertise needed for the nursing profession, and a commitment to Christian service. Nursing students are prepared at the generalist level to provide both direct and indirect care for patients, which includes individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.
RN to BSN (Completion Program)
Are you an RN looking for increased responsibility, a new role within healthcare, or a move into management? Turn your ASN into a bachelor’s degree through AU’s RN to BSN completion program.
Complete our second-degree program — one of only 10 in the state of Indiana. This is for candidates who already have a bachelor’s degree in another area.
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How to Apply
Completed application materials are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Here’s how to get started:
Submit 3 recommendations with your application.
You will be asked to complete brief application essays or submit a writing sample.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Anderson University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (ccneaccreditation.org).
Licensure by State/Jurisdiction
Anderson University has created, in compliance with the Department of Education, a list of states/jurisdictions where the institution’s curriculum meets state educational requirements for professional licensure or certification. You can view the list here.
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