Our faculty, staff, and students represent the College of Health with high levels of expertise and professionalism when they’re in the classroom or working in the field. They’re a huge part of why we are consistently recognized by the U.S. News & World Report for our excellence.
“We are thrilled to maintain a top 20 ranking in the U.S. News ‘Best Online Programs’ for our exceptional master’s in nursing program. This builds on a tradition of excellence in Nursing at Ball State. We believe our program continues to earn recognition for its commitment to students by faculty who are excellent instructors and clinical experts. We keep class sizes low to afford personal attention by faculty to our online graduate students,” says Scott Rutledge, Dean of the College of Health.

Achievements like this have a real and lasting impact on the health and wellness in the state of Indiana and beyond. These programs are flexible to allow students from anywhere to further their nursing education while still working. The program features three distinct concentrations which allow students to further their career as an educator and transition into academia; or they may opt to study nursing administration, which provides insights and leadership skills for managing dynamic medical teams in numerous healthcare settings; or they offer a family nurse practitioner option for nurses who want to continue into advanced patient care.

Rutledge added, “Now, more than ever, it is critical to support nursing professional development. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a much more publicly known need for nursing professionals. We welcome inquiries for admission and look forward to continuing to deliver a top-notch program.”

If you’re seeking an alternative to on-campus learning at a tremendous value, look no further than online masters in nursing. Read More