About the School of Nursing & Kinesiology
The School of Nursing and Kinesiology at Anderson University prepares students to enter the dynamic fields of health care and the study of human movement through classroom instruction, hands-on clinical experiences, opportunities to learn the latest health care technology, as well as a variety of internship and practicum experiences.
Students learn to integrate knowledge, skills, and values from the liberal arts to provide safe, humanistic care and services as an advocate for individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations. They go far beyond the classroom through participation in local internships and practicums, community outreach programs, intercultural medical trips around the globe, personal fitness training, in-school preparation, and athletic training. I invite you to come and be part of a stimulating, intellectual environment grounded in the values of integrity, responsibility, generosity, service, and excellence. At AU, we will help you think critically, creatively, and independently in preparation for a life of service.
- Dr. Lynn Schmidt, Dean, School of Nursing and Kinesiology