Programs with Focuses in Nursing
Programs listed below offer a variety of courses in nursing, which are limited to students already enrolled as a nursing student in the IU School of Nursing. These programs are designed for students who wish to apply various aspects of nursing in a different cultural setting.
Highlighted IUPUI Nursing ProgramsIf you have completed at least 1st semester of the Nursing program:
Pre-nursing students may especially be interested in consulting the variety of other Health Sciences programs, in which acceptance to nursing school is not required. Many summer and semester programs offer health courses, but be sure to discuss these options with your academic advisor to determine if you can receive credit in your department.
As an IUPUI student, you are eligible to participate in IU programs on all campuses. Below are offerings that may suit your study abroad interests in health sciences.
All IU Spring Break Programs
All IU Summer Programs
- Amsterdam and London CIEE Comparative Health Systems (IUB)
- Austria: Vienna—IES Summer Psychology Program (IUB)
- China: Confucius Institute Summer Program (IUPUI)
- China: Nursing Care and Culture in China (IUPUI)
- Costa Rica: Living in a Blue Zone (IUSB)
- Japan: Health Care Professions (IUPUI)
- Sweden: Health Systems Around the World (IUPUI)
- Botswana: CIEE Community Public Health Summer Program (IUB)
- Chile: IES Health Studies Summer Program (IUB)
- Dominican Republic: Santiago CIEE Community Public Health Summer Program (IUB)
- eSwatini (formerly Swaziland): Public Health Internship (IUPUI)
- Rwanda: Public Health Internship (IUPUI)
- Spain: Contemporary Global Health Issues
IUPUI General Education Core
Please see the study abroad and your degree page for a list of programs that fulfill one of IUPUI's General Education Core.
Looking for something different?
This list above is not exhaustive for programs that could fulfill major credits for your degree. You can consider programs outside your major area of study to fulfill general education and/or elective credits or a semester program with English as the primary language of instruction.
You can also consider a non-IU program through various study abroad program providers or other universities. Read about Non-IU Programs for more information on how to start the application process. If you find a non-IU program that fits your interests, contact our office at least 6 weeks before your departure to ensure credit transfer and to learn more about applying financial aid or scholarships.