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My Indiana University Kokomo degree allowed me to pursue my career in nursing. I obtained my first job quickly after graduation. My degree allows me to work every day at a job I love. I am sure I will encounter many more opportunities that allow me to flourish in my career. I look forward to utilizing my degree to its fullest potential, and possibly furthering my education.
Maria Pineda, Logansport
B.S. Nursing ‘14

Our Programs

It is a great time to become a nurse. The health care field is growing and changing rapidly, providing opportunities for exciting careers. If you’re looking for a quality education rich in hands-on experience in nursing, led by a faculty dedicated to preparing competent, compassionate and excellent nurses, then our nursing programs are for you.

Master's

  • Nursing (M.S.N.)
    Tracks: Administration • Education • Family Nurse Practitioner

Majors

  • Nursing (B.S.N.)
    Tracks: Pre-Licensure • R.N. to B.S.N.

Success in Numbers

The following statistics were gathered for the 2015 calendar year.

87.59%

b.s.n. students graduated on time

94.8%

NCLEX-R.N. first time pass rate for b.s.n. students

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100%

b.s.n. graduates employed

77%

m.s.n. students graduated on time

6.33

m.s.n. graduates' average rating out of 7 for overall program effectiveness

100%

m.s.n. graduates employed

Areas of Practice

  • Registered Nurse • Hospital Unit Manager • Entrepreneur • Health Policy Specialist • Case Manager • Charge Nurse • Project Director • Nurse • Executive Director of Nursing
  • Vice President of Nursing or Clinical Services • Manager of Community Health Organizations and Private Industry • Academic Clinical Instructor • Faculty at Community College or University • Nurse Educator in Health Care Facility

Types of Employers

  • Hospitals • Extended Care Facilities • Non-profit Organizations • Insurance Companies • K-12 Schools • Universities • Clinics • Government Agencies
  • Outpatient Surgery Centers • Home Care Agencies • Long Term Acute Facilities • Law firms • Pharmaceutical Sales or Medical Equipment Companies • Schools of Nursing • Public Schools
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The foundation you need to succeed

School of Nursing inducts 50 students
“We are proud of our newest future nurses, and excited about the impact they will make, both in north central Indiana and around the world,” said Wallace. “There is no better place than the IU Kokomo School of Nursing to begin this journey.” IU Kokomo graduated 147 Bachelor of Science in Nursing students and 10 Master of Science in Nursing students in 2015. The newly inducted future nurses anticipate graduating in December 2018.
Nursing students assist with lead testing
Nursing students at Indiana University Kokomo immersed themselves into the local community by assisting with screening more than 300 elementary children for lead after slightly elevated levels of the element were detected in the school’s water. About 25 students and faculty volunteered to help the Howard County Health Department and the Indiana State Department of Health with the precautionary testing at Eastern Elementary School.
Nursing students receive specialized training
A nurse is the last line of defense between a patient and the wrong medication. At Indiana University Kokomo, student nurses receive specialized training in preventing medication errors through a partnership with the Purdue College of Pharmacy. The IU Kokomo School of Nursing is the first in Indiana to offer the Medication Safety Essentials (MSE) program.
Looking for a top online R.N. to B.S.N. program?
Indiana University came in seventh on a list of the top 50 online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (R.N. to B.S.N.) programs in the U.S. The 2015 rankings were compiled by College Choice, an independent college search and rankings website. “This ranking validates how dedicated our faculty is to providing the very best education for our nurses,” said Lynda Narwold, assistant dean for IU Kokomo’s R.N. to B.S.N. program.
Last updated: 07/20/2016