Become a part of the dynamic and challenging IU Southeast nursing program. Our School of Nursing offers several pathways to complete a program that will fit your needs. Experienced, caring faculty members guide our students as they move through a rigorous, exemplary program that leads to high NCLEX-RN pass rates and a satisfying and rewarding career in nursing. Our students are heavily recruited by area medical facilities, and most graduate with a job offer in hand.
IU Southeast School of Nursing
Experiential learning is an important part of an IU Southeast education in nursing. Our students use state-of-the-art simulation facilities and engage in experiential learning starting with their first nursing courses and expanding in focus and complexity as each nursing student progresses.
Regional experiential learning opportunities with a travel component are available for senior nursing students. These unique community/public health nursing experiences focus on underserved, culturally diverse populations in Appalachia and on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Our well-respected program will prepare you to succeed in your career.
Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science
Our flexible, all-online B.S. in Applied Health Science degree is designed for students who have an interest in creating or advancing a health-sector career but don't want to pursue a clinical degree. There are two degree tracks to choose from: Community Health Educator and Health Administration.
NCLEX pass rates
Our National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) pass rates demonstrate the high quality of nursing education offered at IU Southeast. We had 93% of our recent graduates pass the NCLEX-RN last year on their first try, far exceeding the national pass rate for the computerized exam that measures the basic competency of future nurses. Meeting the threshold for a passing score has become increasingly difficult as patient care has become more complex. Our nursing students are finishing their programs with the skills necessary to meet the demands of quality patient care.