Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

All candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing on the IUB, IUPUC, and IUPUI campuses must fulfill the following requirements:
  1. Complete a minimum of 125 credit hours with a grade of C or higher in each course required for the degree. Of the 125 credit hours, 63 credit hours must reflect nursing major courses. Credit earned in remedial learning-skill courses and courses that have been repeated do not count in the 125 credit hour total or the 63 nursing credit hour total.
  2. Achieve a grade of C or higher in all didactic courses applied to the BSN degree and an S (Satisfactory) in all clinical/practicum courses.
  3. Achieve an IU cumulative grade point average of at least a 2.0 (C). This includes all transfer course work applied to degree.
  4. Complete at least 30 credit hours of required nursing major courses on the IU campus awarding the BSN degree.*
  5. Complete all BSN degree requirements within six years of enrolling in the first nursing course in the nursing major.
  6. Apply for degree candidacy the semester prior to completing all degree requirements and adhere to the published procedures on campus awarding degree.

*Please note that Indianapolis, Bloomington, and Columbus are considered one core campus.

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Last updated February 18, 2010