With BSN at Chamberlain can you get an MSN elsewhere??? - page 3
Hi all! I'm registered to start Chamberlain in Columbus, OH in the summer but have heard things about their degrees not transferring. So my question is does anyone know if I get my BSN at Chamberlain will I be able to use... Read More
- 0Sep 9, '12 by Emilynn09Quote from Navy_GlamThis is not an accreditation that is recognized by most schools. You will want to be on the lookout for a school that has a regional accreditation. The status of the school in regards to public, private, for or non-profit has nothing to do with whether it's credits are accepted at other institutions. What other colleges look for is the accreditation. If it has the right one, the units will be accepted. Here is a website that might assist you in finding a properly accredited college to attend: The Higher Learning Commission - Home If you don't see that the school you are interested in attending listed here on the HLC website, you should probably think long and hard about attending because it most likely will not be easy to transfer the units into another university.Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
- 4Oct 4, '13 by medic2nurse1Quote from Navy_GlamYour information is not accurate. Are you a RN? I graduated from Chamberlain and I am at Columbia for my MSN. It is the accrediting body that any school is concerned with, not the name of the institution. A state school is far less superior than most private secondary nursing schools, such as Yale, Sacred Heart, etc..Your advice is coming off a bit to judgmental and it wholly inaccurate.
Again, Chamberlain is not a state school (like a community college or local university) and it is not as easy to transfer credits from "these type" of educational institutions (meaning Chamberlain) as it is with a state college.
- 0Jan 25 by Pixie.RN, BSN, RN, EMT-P Senior ModeratorQuote from Miss_MelissaChamberlain has both regional and national accreditation, which is what is desirable for future education. I did the RN-BSN there and was accepted by a couple of different non-private schools for my MSN.Sorry they will not transfer to a state college or University. It is a private school and I already looked into it before I signed up. You can earn your Masters through Chamberlain online.