Chamberlain Nurse Educator MSN Program???

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    Hello

    I just spoke with a recruiter from Chamberlain College of Nursing about their Nurse Educator MSN online program. Has anyone had any experience or known anyone who has with this program? Any info, good or bad is appreciated! I did my BSN online and love it! I'm really considering this program. I would like to hear from someone that knows anything about it!

    Thanks so much!
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    I am in the MSN-executive tract and I really like the program. I did my RN-BSN there last year and am very glad I went back for my MSN. I was attending another MSN program for FNP but did not like the school at all.

    Sue
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    Thank you Sue. I also was doing the ANP program at another school, and also did not like it. I think I'm going to do this!

    Thanks!
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    Hi, I graduated in February from this program and I loved it. The faculty is great and I was accepted in to a DNP programm that I start this fall. Good luck!
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    Hi, I graduated in February from this program and I loved it. The faculty is great and I was accepted in to a DNP programm that I start this fall. Good luck!
    Hello! Well that was my next question..... It seems like not all schools will accept Nurse Educators in to their DNP program? I had posted another thread on here asking if I could go on to do the DNP from the Nurse Educator. Where is it you are doing your DNP? Is it also online?

    Thanks!
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    Yes, I agree and had the same problem. I initially did the MSN in education so I could teach when I was older and decided to leave patient care. Now I am enrolled at UMass Amherst in their DNP program in the family nurse practitioner track. They have a post-BSN or MSN enrollment. Since my MSN is in education, I actually have to complete the post BSN coursework although the core courses for my MSN transferred so I don't have to repeat them. Depending on your future goals, I would consider going right into a DNP program. I'm glad I have my MSN, but I think if I had further researched my options I would have gone right into a DNP after my BSN. Hope this helps...
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    Quote from meagang
    Yes, I agree and had the same problem. I initially did the MSN in education so I could teach when I was older and decided to leave patient care. Now I am enrolled at UMass Amherst in their DNP program in the family nurse practitioner track. They have a post-BSN or MSN enrollment. Since my MSN is in education, I actually have to complete the post BSN coursework although the core courses for my MSN transferred so I don't have to repeat them. Depending on your future goals, I would consider going right into a DNP program. I'm glad I have my MSN, but I think if I had further researched my options I would have gone right into a DNP after my BSN. Hope this helps...
    Hi

    Thanks for your insightful post. I also am thinking of going for my DNP right after my absn. I want to apply to Chamberlain in Houston, so I can take most of my classes online and do my clinicals locally. Questions: are ALL the theoretical aspects of the program done online? is the school well accredited? how long did you have to wait to get a job after your bsn? is the degree recognized? Sorry, so many questions, but need to know b4 I invest nearly $40,000 into the program.

    Thanks

    ST
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    Quote from meagang
    Yes, I agree and had the same problem. I initially did the MSN in education so I could teach when I was older and decided to leave patient care. Now I am enrolled at UMass Amherst in their DNP program in the family nurse practitioner track. They have a post-BSN or MSN enrollment. Since my MSN is in education, I actually have to complete the post BSN coursework although the core courses for my MSN transferred so I don't have to repeat them. Depending on your future goals, I would consider going right into a DNP program. I'm glad I have my MSN, but I think if I had further researched my options I would have gone right into a DNP after my BSN. Hope this helps...
    Hey, do you know any BSN to DNP programs? I've been searching and can not find any...
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    Quote from stash11
    Hi

    Thanks for your insightful post. I also am thinking of going for my DNP right after my absn. I want to apply to Chamberlain in Houston, so I can take most of my classes online and do my clinicals locally. Questions: are ALL the theoretical aspects of the program done online? is the school well accredited? how long did you have to wait to get a job after your bsn? is the degree recognized? Sorry, so many questions, but need to know b4 I invest nearly $40,000 into the program.

    Thanks

    ST
    I'm not sure I can answer your question. I was already licensed when I completed thir BSN program online. Chamberlain is accredited and the degree is recognized. I was able to get accepted into a DNP program, so academically the coursework is accepted. Sorry, good luck...


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