IU School of Nursing ranks among top 5 nationally in U.S. News and World Report online rankings

U.S. News & World Report announced its 2021 Best Online Programs rankings, the tenth edition of these rankings. Two tracks in IU’s Master’s program at IU School of Nursing were ranked among the top offerings nationwide. The online nursing education track was once again ranked #4, and the online nursing administration track (nursing leadership in health systems) was ranked #16. Overall, IU School of Nursing’s Master’s program ranked in the top 50 nationwide. Over 190 Schools with eligible online Master’s programs were included in the rankings.

“These rankings continue to demonstrate our commitment to deliver high-quality, world-class education programs to our online learners,” said Dr. Robin Newhouse, dean of the IU School of Nursing. “This has become even more important over the last year as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to increase. Nurses are at the forefront of the battle against this pandemic and preparing advanced practice nurses is essential and important work. We are honored to once again receive this distinguished recognition to be among one of the best in the country.”

Each year, U.S. News develops the rankings based on statistical surveys submitted by colleges and universities as well as data collected in a separate, peer-reputation survey. The methodology used by U.S. News to rank online graduate offerings is based on five factors, composed of multiple measures that are self-reported by institutions or gathered through a peer survey. These include engagement, faculty credentials and training, expert opinion, services & technologies, and student excellence.

About the IU School of Nursing
Indiana University School of Nursing is one of the largest nursing schools in the nation that offers a full range of programs from BSN to DNP and PhD. Over 21,000 IUSON alumni across the globe are empowered to be leaders in the profession. The National League for Nursing has designated the School as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education in two areas. Academic programs range from three tracks in the undergraduate program, nine tracks in the master’s program, post-master’s options. a post-masters DNP, and a PhD in clinical nursing science or health systems. For more information on the IU School of Nursing, please visit http://nursing.iu.edu