|Criteria||IU School of Nursing|
|Online options||You will complete the entire program using online internet and video conferencing technology. Choose a home campus closest to you for admissions and support.|
|Length of program||First, complete your general education coursework. (Length of time depends on what you need). Then, you can finish your nursing courses in 12 months full-time study or 18-24 months of part-time study, whichever works best for you.|
|Cost||Cost differs depending on your residency and your home campus. Please check the Bursar's website on the IU campus to which you are applying.|
You will apply through the IU campus that is closest to your home. You may begin the program in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
You do not have to come to campus for class. Use online internet technology and video conferencing to complete your coursework.
Attend as a full or part-time student.
Practicum experience can be completed where you work and are tailored to your professional interests
|Accreditation||All of the IU campuses holds national nursing accreditation with one of the major accrediting agencies.|
|Financial Resources||You have access to many undergraduate grants and scholarships. Your academic advisor can guide you.|
Your transfer coursework will be evaluated first by the Office of Admissions at the time you apply to Indiana University.
Next, you will meet with an IU School of Nursing academic advisor who will provide you with a planning sheet detailing curriculum requirements.
The RN-BSN Degree Completion Option is 120 credit hours and consists of:
To ensure your success, support is provided through: