A comprehensive listing of Indiana nursing schools. Below you'll find information on specific nursing programs such as licensed practical nursing, RN associate's degree, and bachelor's degree. You'll also find a profile of nursing education and careers in each major Indiana city.

The Louisville suburbs of Indiana cover the area in southern Indiana just across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky. This region, accessible by bridge from Louisville, includes the cities of New Albany, Clarksville, and Jeffersonville. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) considers the cities and counties in this area as one in charting the employment situation and prospects for nurses in the state of Indiana. The forecast is bright in terms of opportunity for work as well as personal growth and career advancement.

Indianapolis, the capital city of Indiana, is home to a good number of schools and universities with nursing programs that offer a variety of options to those interested in a career in nursing. All of these programs, from certifications for nursing assistants (CNA) and licensed practical nurses (LPN) to associate’s (ADN) and bachelor’s degrees in nursing (BSN), are closely monitored, appraised, and approved by the state’s Board of Nursing before they are granted accreditation and allowed to operate.

Fort Wayne, a historic business and educational hub in northeastern Indiana, is home to some of the state’s top colleges and universities with nursing programs, aimed at providing aspiring nurses with a rewarding career path. As the second largest city in Indiana, Fort Wayne is a great place to start a nursing career, with demand for nurses growing steadily and expected to increase by 22% by 2018.

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