2300 South Washington Street
Kokomo, Indiana 46902
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RN to BSN Programs
RN to BSN Program Details
The R.N. to B.S.N. Program is a transition program for the registered nurse (R.N.) to achieve the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Based on the needs of working professionals, the degree is offered in a convenient format (referred to as the "Pods") that builds on the experience and education of the R.N. Courses and assignments are designed for both convenience and maximum applicability to the student's work setting.
BSN Program Details
Nursing Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Pre-licensure B.S.N. Program have the opportunity to practice skills and critical thinking early in their studies, and have laboratory and clinical experiences during all six semesters in the major. A clinical immersion experience, and the nursing capstone allows the sixth-semester nursing student an extensive opportunity to work side-by-side with practicing registered nurses, facilitating a smooth transition to professional practice. The pre-licensure program is for students who are not registered nurses already.
MSN Program Details
The faculty, staff, and administration consider it an honor and privilege to serve the educational needs of the community at the graduate level. The school is committed to providing a quality education by experienced, well-educated faculty-experts in their field. The Master’s program has been designed to prepare the graduate for advanced professional practice using contemporary curriculum as a guide. Meticulous planning and attention to detail has resulted in an outstanding program to prepare graduate level nurses for practice in the twenty first century.
The Master of Science in Nursing Program at IU Kokomo is a 39 credit hour curriculum designed to prepare registered nurses with advanced practice nursing knowledge in the areas of nursing education or nursing administration. Students will begin their study with classroom-based didactic courses in a hybrid format, building the theoretical and contextual background necessary for advanced nursing practice. Students will progress to specific courses in either the nursing education or the nursing administration tract. Both tracts conclude with a culminating project/nursing study and practicum (225 contact hours). Core classes will be scheduled on Thursdays from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm, however some courses are offered on-line. Tract-specific courses and electives are offered when scheduled by the sponsoring departments.