Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Developing the next generation of highly-skilled nurses, beginning in fall 2025.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will continue to build on Butler’s successful history of developing lifelong learners who serve society as dedicated health professionals, scholars, and community leaders.

A direct admission Nursing program in the heart of Indiana’s healthcare corridor.

Butler’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program offers an innovative curriculum that merges academic knowledge with practical skills. As a Butler nursing student, you will benefit from clinical exposure in hospital systems in your first year. You’ll work in state-of-the-art simulation labs, gaining exposure to real-world experiences within the safety net of a controlled environment. In your last semester, you’ll wrap up your clinical experiences with a 1:1 preceptorship in addition to an elective course of your choosing in either cardiology, medical surgical, or perioperative studies.

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BSN Admission Process

Direct admission to Butler’s BSN program is competitive—and differs slightly from the traditional undergraduate admission process. Get your questions answered and find out what you need to know to apply.

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