Chamberlain College of Nursing Rn-BSN Jan 2013 - page 2

by roseonye

I will be starting in jan 2013. who else is? My advisor ***** is so nice. i only have to take 9 classes. the 1st class i will take it by itself and after that i will double up. if i do that it will be a 9month program for me. i... Read More


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    Hi everyone. I TOO am spending tons of time researching RN to BSN programs. I have a friend that is getting ready to graduate from Chamberlain's 2nd degree BSN program and she said it was ok. I am just worried about these "diploma mill" type schools. I tried Walden and hated it. Capella sounded good on the phone but they look like they are basically set up like Walden too. Does Chamberlain offer any video lectures or video chats? Is it just post to other people's posts and write a paper every week? I find that worthless. My friend went to a campus for her classes so she didn't have any answer to my questions. Can anybody currently in the program shed some light on this? I am steering towards a traditional university for this reason. Or maybe Jacksonville University. Thanks.
    Last edit by Jackmom on Mar 28, '13 : Reason: left out a word
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    Quote from Jackmom
    Hi everyone. I TOO am spending tons of time researching RN to BSN programs. I have a friend that is getting ready to graduate from Chamberlain's 2nd degree BSN program and she said it was ok. I am just worried about these "diploma mill" type schools. I tried Walden and hated it. Capella sounded good on the phone but they look like they are basically set up like Walden too. Does Chamberlain offer any video lectures or video chats? Is it just post to other people's posts and write a paper every week? I find that worthless. My friend went to a campus for her classes so she didn't have any answer to my questions. Can anybody currently in the program shed some light on this? I am steering towards a traditional university for this reason. Or maybe Jacksonville University. Thanks.

    I graduated from their RN-BSN online program. It was pretty much postings, papers and tests. I'll be honest...for the classes you need for the RN to BSN I think it was fine. I am now working on my MSN/NP through Drexel. The fact that I went to chamberlain for my RN to BSN wasn't an issue.


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