Program Tracks

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    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Traditional Track

    The Bachelor of Science in Nursing, also known as the BSN Traditional track, is for students pursuing their first baccalaureate degree. You might still be in high school or you might be an adult learner ready to jump into a new profession.

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    BSN Accelerated Second Degree Track

    If you've earned a bachelor's degree in a non-nursing field and are now considering a career in nursing, this might be the BSN option for you. It's a full time, fast-paced program designed to prepare you for a career in nursing in 16 months after you complete your general education requirements.

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    RN to BSN Statewide (Online) Degree Completion Option

    Working RNs with a two-year associate degree or diploma can earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing in as little as 12 months after meeting general education requirements. The program is online, flexible, and designed for adult working nurses. You can start today on a path to your BSN.

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    Nursing Honors Program

    A challenging course of study for motivated students who are thinking about graduate studies. Students admitted to the IUPUI Honors College prior to Nursing School Admission are directly admitted into the Nursing Honors Program.