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I am about to start an online rn to bsn through Chamberlain College of Nursing on march 1st 2010. I've read lots of reviews, more good than bad, so I decided to proceed. I am wondering if anybody out... Read More

  1. Visit  BetterMeRN profile page
    I don't think it's worth the cost. It's far too expensive, and I don't think the support during the program is that great.
  2. Visit  Curious1alwys profile page
    Oh, totally. I mean, to be perfectly honest, I think no matter where you choose it's the same BS (bullsh#!) degree. Doesn't hold a candle to real floor nursing experience in terms of difficulty. Put in the time, tell them what they want to hear (your instructors) and VOILA! bachelors. It may have been a bit more expensive than some other programs but it was still in the ballpark.
  3. Visit  Curious1alwys profile page
    The problem of not getting an insta-job. My area is saturated with BSN's so it really only helped a bit I think. Your area may be different. It's tough out there right now no matter what you education level....
  4. Visit  Curious1alwys profile page
    And, oh, FWIW, the lady that hired me was VERY impressed I had gone to Chamberlain. She said it turned out good nurses....
  5. Visit  EStern profile page
    In the program now and have some specific questions about the classes so I know if I can work and take two at a time and which ones to combine? If you are willing to share your experience would you be willing to email me so we don't waste everyone elses time here?
  6. Visit  Eeramsey profile page
    They don't have any clinical hours because you're supposed to have done them in your ADN program. I know others like that.
  7. Visit  SopranoKris profile page
    Quote from EStern
    In the program now and have some specific questions about the classes so I know if I can work and take two at a time and which ones to combine? If you are willing to share your experience would you be willing to email me so we don't waste everyone elses time here?
    I'm working full time nights and I'm taking 2 courses per semester. Started in January, will be done in December. Was originally supposed to be done in October, but Capstone course has to be taken by itself, so that bumped me out until December. So far, so good

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