The Indiana University Southeast School of Nursing faculty educates high quality, caring nursing professionals to be leaders who meet the needs of diverse people in a variety of health care settings.
The mission of Indiana University Southeast School of Nursing is to create a community of learning that addresses society's need for caring professionals and that nurtures students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds.
The baccalaureate program prepares competent, professional nurses to meet current and future societal health care needs. Program graduates function as practitioners and leaders in acute and long-term care, community settings, homecare and non-traditional settings. The creative curriculum provides a foundation for graduate study. The graduate possesses a broad knowledge of the humanities, biological and social sciences, and nursing. As a beginning practitioner the graduate applies well-developed problem solving skills in caring for individuals, families and communities.
The curriculum is composed of two areas of study:
- general education
- classroom and clinical nursing courses
Thirty (30) credit hours of general education are required. These hours may be transferred from other colleges or universities. Course work completed at other colleges or universities will be evaluated for equivalency.