who else is in Chamberlain RN-BSN program currently - page 16

I am starting online RN-BSN via Chamberlain College of Nursing from July. Just wondering if any nurses out there who will be starting the program or in the program> Any suggestion/idea is... Read More

  1. by   Pixie.RN
    Quote from Boonce1
    I have finally finish all my BSN courses as of 2/28/10 I am officailly done. Good luck to all still working to get that BSN in 2010 if you need any advised let me know. Finished this program in 8 months not bad for a wife mother of two who works full time. Awaiting to hear if I got in to FNP school I will let you guys know how it goes.
    Congratulations!! That is fabulous.
  2. by   mlizhev
    Quote from exnavygirl-RN
    Congratulations Boonce1 !! I took this session off and feel so behind. One of the advisors has set me up to take 2 classes next session and then 3 classes for Summer A&B. I will graduate in October!
    That's great Christy. All you needed was a break. Well both be graduating in Oct!
  3. by   Pixie.RN
    Quote from exnavygirl-RN
    Congratulations Boonce1 !! I took this session off and feel so behind. One of the advisors has set me up to take 2 classes next session and then 3 classes for Summer A&B. I will graduate in October!
    Awesome!! You'll be going "OMG, capstone!" before you know it! Time really flies.
  4. by   ann1120
    Lunah I've tried read a message saying i dont have permission to access.
  5. by   Pixie.RN
    Weird! Well, two more posts and they should open up for you.
  6. by   Boonce1
    I did take 3 class at a time to get finish quickly I took statistics at a community college while I was taking the first nursing class and sociology with chamberlain. Then in the B session I took three nursing classes. Then the next semester I took three more nursing classes in session A. When it was time for session B all I had to take was the capstone and economics. It was a lot but I want to be done quickly I am ready to be done with school for ever the sooner I become a FNP the better. My kids are proably gettting tired of eating fish sticks and chicken nuggets because I had to study so much I did not have time to cook a big meal. I did it graduating with a 3:59 GPA so it is definetly possible stay positive.
  7. by   mlizhev
    Yes I know how you feel, the first semester I was taking a human lactation class during both sessions with 2 classes each. Next session I have three nursing classes and then econ and capstone. glad to know it can be done, although just a little nervous to try to keep up... I'm trying to propose a position at my hospital in the midst of this and study for my IBCLC exam and going on vacation. I guess I will be telling my son to get ready for easy dinners too! And the laundry forget it! HAHA... it's all worth it thoughto get this schoool thing over with!
  8. by   WyndDrivenRain
    Hi Boonce,

    Have you found graduate programs are OK with the degree from Chamberlain? I'm looking into family psychiatric nurse practitioner programs and am nervous about coming from Chamberlain. I don't know if Chamberlain grads have any trouble getting into NP programs.

    Sue, RN
  9. by   Boonce1
    I have already been accepted to one school. I am waiting to be accepted to my first choice school before I say yes.
  10. by   WyndDrivenRain
    Thank you for the reply! Good luck on acceptance to your first choice!

    Sue, RN
  11. by   nikpik27
    I am wanting some information about the capstone?? What is all involved with it??
  12. by   Boonce1
    One Huge Paper about 12-15 pages I like to call it the Capstone classic.
  13. by   nikpik27
    Thanks for the info. Do we have to write it on a specific subject??

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