The University of Indianapolis School of Nursing is increasing its number of online healthcare education programs as it responds to a shortage in the national nursing ranks. The school is partnering with technology company KeyPath Education to help students accelerate their careers.
UIndy says its new initiative will allow it to expand remote access to clinical degree programs and help bridge the gaps in the nursing workforce.
‘By combining high-quality course content with the ease of online learning, our programs will benefit working professionals who wish to advance their careers in nursing,” said Keypath Education spokesperson Ashley McGuire. “Our goal is to provide students with the chance to get vital clinical qualifications and license to help solve major shortages across the country.”
The online educational offerings will support both undergraduate and graduate programs. Click here to learn more.