On campus accelerated program was created in 1994. It provides highly qualified students with a previous bachelor's degree the opportunity to complete a BSN in as little as 16 months. During the program, students finish the same amount of coursework as traditional students do in three years.
The on-campus accelerated program has face-to-face courses offered on Marian University’s main campus in Indianapolis, Indiana. Each semester is 16 weeks in length, with courses ranging from five weeks to 16 weeks. Students experience off-campus clinical experiences at a variety of different healthcare agencies in the area. In addition they will also be part of simulated experiences in our Louis C. Gatto Nursing Resource Center.
Laboratories, lecture halls, and faculty and administrative offices for the Alan and Sue Leighton School of Nursing and the College of Osteopathic Medicine can be found in the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences. Within the center is the Hill-Rom Simulation Lab, designed to bring a high-level of clinical reality to the students. This laboratory is a collaborative effort of the Leighton School of Nursing and the College of Osteopathic Medicine, serving as a centralized location in the education and training of health care professionals with the ultimate goal of improving quality and safety of care.
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