The University of Indianapolis ABSN is a fast-paced, online program that combines the knowledge and clinical skills you need for licensure as a bachelor’s-prepared nurse. This innovative program was uniquely created for students like you who want to change careers and follow their calling to serve as a nurse. It leverages the general core curriculum from your non-nursing degree and values the skills you bring from your work experience in another field.
In just 15 months, through online coursework and hands-on training, you’ll build clinical skills, improve your capacity for critical thinking and problem-solving, and deepen your commitment to serve your community.
During two on-campus residencies, you’ll practice vital nursing skills in our technology-rich simulation lab and gain real-world experience during clinical rotations in your local community. A dedicated team helps you secure clinical placement sites and preceptors, saving you time and energy to focus on your education.
NCLEX Examination Passing Rates Well Above National Average
2021 Nursing School of Distinction - Colleges of Distinction
Nationally Ranked University - U.S. News & World Report
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Next Start: Mar 3, 2227
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- 56 credit hours
- 570 clinical hours
- $956 per credit hour
- 15 months
- 2 start dates per year
- 2 residencies
- CCNE accredited
- Bachelor’s degree in any field
- Minimum cumulative GPA 2.82
- HESI A2 test score (at local site if proctored)
- Completion of prerequisite courses (Prerequisite courses do not expire)
- Human Anatomy
- Human Physiology
- Organic Chemistry or General Chemistry I & II
- Introduction to Psychology
- Social Science
- Statistics or College Algebra
The University of Indianapolis is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. All nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.*
* The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master's degree in nursing, doctorate in nursing, and post-master’s certificate programs at the University of Indianapolis are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001-2399, 202-887-6791.