Romain College of Business
WATCH: A Student-Centric Program
The MBA online program is built with the working student in mind. Find out how the faculty keeps the student at the forefront in curriculum design, and see what students say about it.
USI’s Romain College of Business shapes today’s business students into tomorrow’s outstanding professionals. Our accredited programs ensure graduates are prepared for a rewarding career by promoting collaboration and innovative thinking across disciplines.
We focus on providing a wide range of opportunities for students to develop key business skills, establish networks and engage in experiential learning outside the classroom. These opportunities include interaction with executives and professionals in the region and internships with area businesses, as well as business-case competitions across Indiana and the nation.
The Romain College of Business at the University of Southern Indiana is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
College of Nursing and Health Professions
WATCH: The Advantages of an RN to BSN from USI
Our online RN to BSN is designed to help working nurses achieve career goals with an accessible—and affordable—program. Hear from faculty and alumni about how USI can empower you with the knowledge and leadership skills you need to be competitive.
The College of Nursing and Health Professions has a global influence in health, health care, and health care education with over 1,100 students from 31 states enrolled in online undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs; over 650 students enrolled in on-campus undergraduate programs; over 1,200 health care professionals representing all U.S. states, all provinces of Canada and 58 additional countries completing online certificate programs; and over 2,000 health care professionals completing continuing education programs held on the USI campus.
To prepare our graduates for the challenges of the rapidly changing health care delivery system, our educational goals focus on critical thinking and creative problem-solving. Additional goals include the use of evidence-based practice protocols, effective communication, cultural sensitivity, systems leadership for quality care and health policy.
Faculty expertise guides students by providing a supportive learning environment that is challenging and creative. Courses on global health care and informatics prepare nurses for real-world practice settings.