The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum balances leadership, ethics, research, and cutting-edge nursing courses. The program begins with a class that quickly brings students up to speed on the latest computer technology and information management. Classes stress the impact a living environment has on a patient, including the relationship between poverty and health. Students also learn important skills for nursing in a multicultural community. Leadership and management skills are taught, so a nurse may set and reach long-term career goals. Most importantly, courses teaching values important to effective decision making help nurses reconnect with their mission to make a difference. The BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Indiana Wesleyan University was founded in 1920 as a Christian university and continues its tradition as a faith-based university, developing programs around Christian principles and ethics.
Indiana Wesleyan University's growth is rooted in its core curriculum which empowers adult students to advance in their careers.
Indiana Wesleyan University will prepare each student to become a world changer. We will accomplish this by drawing students into an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth and leadership development. Thus we will: