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Nursing Programs
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program offers a creative curriculum to
prepare future nurses to meet the current and future health needs of society.
The curriculum prepares graduates to function as practitioners in acute and long-
term care, community settings, home care, and other non-traditional settings as
well as provides a foundation for leadership positions and graduate study.
RN to B.S.N. Completion Program
The RN-B.S.N. mobility program has been developed to address the specific needs
of working registered nurses who return to the university to earn the Bachelor
of Science in Nursing degree. It is designed for RNs whose highest academic
credential in nursing is a diploma or associate degree in nursing. Nursing classes
are offered onsite in the classroom or students may select the online option
Refer to RN to B.S.N. Completion Handbook).
Standards of Performance
Students in the School of Nursing are expected to adhere to standards of
performance and ethics that are the foundation of the nursing profession.
These standards include the IU Southeast Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities
and Conduct; the American Nurses Association Standards of Professional
Performance; The Code of Ethics for Nurses; and IU Southeast School of Nursing
Essential Abilities. Additional information may be found in the IU Southeast
bulletin at
IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct
Student Responsibilities: A student who accepts admission to Indiana University
agrees to:
Be ethical in his or her participation in the academic community,
Take responsibility for what he or she says and does,
Behave in a manner that is respectful of the dignity of others, treating others
with civility and understanding, and
Use university resources and facilities in appropriate ways consistent with
their purpose and in accordance with applicable policies.