The Indiana University Board of Trustees recently approved a new online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program through Indiana University (IU) Bloomington. The IU School of Nursing is based at IUPUI, which includes IU Fort Wayne and IU Bloomington.
Graduate education for the IU School of Nursing is only offered on campus, so the new program will increase access to graduate education in nursing and open greater opportunities for Indiana nursing students to meet the growing demands for nurses to obtain advanced degrees.
Students can complete the program in two years as a full-time student or three years as a part-time student. The master’s degree prepares students for admittance to doctoral nursing programs, or to careers as clinical faculty members or patient education professionals.
Now that the Board of Trustees has approved the new degree, the university is awaiting final approval by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. To learn more about IU Bloomington’s new online Master of Science in Nursing degree program, visit here.
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