Grounded in Christian Principles
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is built upon Christian principles and is strengthened by our broad curriculum in the liberal arts. The program provides students with extensive on-campus and off-campus clinical experiences as well as in-depth training in human anatomy and physiology and chemistry in addition to core courses in the liberal arts. The faculty prepare students for a successful career in nursing through the integration of academic excellence, Christian faith, and professional competence.
The University’s state-of-the-art, 93,000-square-foot Dowden Science Hall houses the nursing department.
- Specialized classsrooms
- Computer lab
- Resource supply rooms
- Reception and work area
- Conference room
- Faculty Offices
Main Nursing Lab
- Hands-on learning of basic and advanced skills
- Eight bed bays with headwall components
- Eleven simulated mannequins including SimMan, an advanced patient simulator for use in realistic patient care scenarios
- Simulation control room
Small Nursing Lab
- Hands-on learning of basic skills
- Four bed bays
- Simulated Bathroom
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A Job Well Done
Nursing students learn to show God's love by physically caring for the someone's needs.
Diana Shenefield was honored as a Top Nurse by the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare and the International Nurses Association!
RN to BSN Program
Huntington University's online RN to BSN program is one of the best in the country!
Huntington University’s Student Senate is hosting its annual Academic Research Forum on Wednesday, April 15, at 3 p.m. The forum provides students across disciplines with an opportunity to present on topics related to their majors. Presenters are nominated by their professors to speak on their topic. Some of the presentation subjects include sentencing for rapists, gender assignment, prevention of school shootings, women and makeup, racial profiling, Indiana’s Religious Freedom...
“I felt like it was meant to be.” Senior nursing major Erin Yoder knew Huntington University was for her after visiting the campus. After many visits during high school and many conversations with friends, she felt that Huntington had something different to offer its students. The downside? Yoder wanted to be a nurse and Huntington did not have a nursing degree. “The day...
Diana Shenefield came to Huntington University in 2009 to teach in the nursing program. She is responsible for teaching nursing classes in the junior and senior year program as well as in the RN to BSN Adult Degree Program.