Chamberlain RN to BSN online Jan 2013 - page 5

Hi everyone I will be dooing the RN to BSN online with chamberlain starting Jan. 2013. My first two classes are SOCS 350 Cultural Diversity and NR 351 Transitions in Professional Nursing. If you... Read More

  1. by   Curious1alwys
    I took the Vietnam class. Was doable and I think the least heavy in papers I guess.
  2. by   IrishIzCPNP
    Vietnam....not a bad class at all.
  3. by   scoope23
    Quote from Jayre88
    Hi. I'm enrolled in chamberlain due to graduate this July. I took soc 351 and nur 351 together. The nursing classes are very easy, it's the decry classes that require the most work. I hated cultural diversity. We had to write so many papers. The undergrad classes are the hardest.
    Did you have any problems finding a job after completing the RN/BSN program from Chamberlain??
  4. by   EStern
    Did you take Economics...how was it?
  5. by   EStern
    How was SOC 351
  6. by   Miaizon
    Are credits at Chamberlain transferable? I just passed my boards last week and now looking into online BSN's programs. P.S I'm not a great writer so this scares me!
  7. by   Pixie.RN
    Quote from Miaizon
    Are credits at Chamberlain transferable? I just passed my boards last week and now looking into online BSN's programs. P.S I'm not a great writer so this scares me!
    Transferable to where? And just be aware that any online RN to BSN program is going to have a big writing component, between discussion posts and papers; something to think about as you plot your course toward advancing your degree. There are a lot of tools that can help you with writing, like Grammarly (my MSN program at Excelsior College included that for students for free). Congratulations on passing boards!
  8. by   Miaizon
    Are credits transferable to another college in case I don't like online schooling.
  9. by   Pixie.RN
    Quote from Miaizon
    Are credits transferable to another college in case I don't like online schooling.
    That would really be on a case-by-case basis, depending on the school you would transfer into. Your best bet would be to contact any brick-and-mortar schools that are likely contenders to see what their policies are. The good thing is the Chamberlain does have CCNE and regional accreditation, which makes acceptance of its credits more likely.

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