Undergraduate Programs

Pathways to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Our School of Nursing has several options to fit your situation to help you achieve a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Our full-time on-campus option is designed for students just beginning their nursing studies. We also offer both an in-person and an online RN to BSN path to meet the needs of working nurses who want to complete a bachelor’s degree program.

Bachelor's Degrees

Bachelor's Degree

B.S. in Nursing

Our on-campus, full-time program begins with pre-nursing classes before you can apply to be fully admitted to the nursing program. Experiential learning in our simulation labs is an important part of the education you’ll receive here at IU Southeast. Our challenging program is rigorous, resulting in an exceptional pass rate for the NCLEX-RN. You’ll leave here ready to work in a variety of nursing positions with the skills you need to succeed.

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Bachelor's Degree


Our in-person and online RN to BSN programs are created with working nurses in mind. You can take the knowledge and experience you have gained as a registered nurse and use them as part of a flexible program specifically designed for those with a diploma or associate degree in nursing. Courses are offered using a variety of instruction methods to facilitate ease of degree completion.

In-person option

Online option

Bachelor's Degree

B.S. in Applied Health Science

Our online Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science degree program is designed for traditional and nontraditional students with previous coursework in pre-nursing (at least 30 hours) who want to explore careers in the larger healthcare field rather than earn a clinical degree. Students choose from two tracks: Community Health Educator or Health Administration.

Community Health Educator path

Health Administration path


The need for healthcare workers is greater than ever. Nurses and healthcare professionals are in high demand. With a degree from IU Southeast’s School of Nursing, you can move straight into a career where you can apply your skills, education, and caring nature. A degree in nursing or applied health science will prepare you to work in many aspects of healthcare, including:

  • Acute care
  • Long-term care
  • Community settings
  • Homecare
  • Nontraditional settings