Anderson, Indiana

Global Education

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Global Education

By integrating the concept of Christian service in all of our instruction, graduates learn how to care for the spiritual needs of their clients. Basing our nursing practice on Biblical principles, students learn how to minister to a dying patient, resolve current moral issues being faced by the health care team, and address the needs of the uninsured. We discuss what it means to be a Christian servant.

Global education is an important component of both the BSN and MSN programs, with a required intercultural experience in the curriculums. Students have the opportunity to travel, at a reduced rate, to far away places providing nursing care to the citizens of that community. Students have traveled to places such as:

  • India-Mother Theresa’s Home of the Dying and Destitute
  • Heart to Honduras
  • Holt Children's Services-South Korea
  • Tenwick Hospital, Kenya
  • Russia-School of Nursing
  • Hooverwood Center- Indianapolis