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It’s incredibly rewarding work. Simply put, nurses meet people’s needs: from managing care in operating rooms to advocating for patient’s rights in Congress. In the twenty-first century, nurses are in high demand—and will continue to be—as we seek solutions to America’s healthcare needs. The bottom line: your future will be bright as a nurse, and your pay will be good too: starting salaries for registered nurses (RNs) range from $55,000 to $60,000, depending on where you work. Having a Bachelor of Science in Nursing begins your nursing career, opens the door to leadership and management positions, and qualifies you for graduate-level training in nursing and healthcare.

Anderson’s nursing professors welcome you. With our Christ-centered ethos, a faculty comprised only of working nurses, and our new, state-of-the-art facility, there’s no better place to become a nurse than Anderson University.

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Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (TBSN)

The Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (TBSN) trains traditional college-age students to become nurses who can work in pediatric, surgical, adult, geriatric, and other fields of nursing.

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Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN)

The 15-month-long, Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) trains adults with 59 hours of previous college credit-or bachelor’s degrees in fields other than nursing-to become registered nurses (RNs).

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AU’s FLEX RN to BSN program gives you, the working nurse, a faster route to professional advancement by allowing you to leverage your nursing knowledge to get your degree at your own pace.

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Graduate Nursing Programs

You entered the field of nursing to improve the lives of others and enjoy a fulfilling career. Maybe you even see your vocation as a spiritual calling. In Anderson University’s graduate nursing programs, we want to help you apply your faith to your profession.