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Chamberlain MSN programs

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by AnaCatRN AnaCatRN (New Member) New Member

AnaCatRN works as a Pediatric and Cardiac RN, currently working as a p.

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I'm currently enrolled in Chamberlain's RN-BSN program, which is accredited (CCNE and NLNAC). They now have a bridge program to go on to an MSN from this program. They offer an educator track and an executive track. With the executive track, there is another option to also get an MBA from Keller. The MSN programs do not seem to be accredited. I'm concerned that an MSN from Chamberlain will possibly mean that I won't be able to get a job or go on to a doctoral program (or a clinical post-master's program). Does anyone have any experience with Chamberlain's MSN programs? Do they have a good reputation? Do graduates have difficulty obtaining employment or furthering their graduate education? Thanks!

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good question. i don't see many post her after graduation. Was it easy to find a job? How easy was it to get into a nurse practitioner programs at another college?

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meagang has 10 years experience and works as a PACU.

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I have a BSN and a MSN-Educator from Chamberlain. Their MSN programs are accredited as of October, I believe. I graduated in February 2011 and we found out before we graduated that the programs were accredited. I was accepted in to a DNP program that has a FNP specialty and had no problem transferring some of my courses in. The program was very good and I had great faculty to assist me in the capstone. Good luck to you.

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I am interested in the Chamberlain MSN-Executive Track and Keller MBA....are these degrees that potential employers will take seriously? I am especially concerned about the Keller MBA. I have been seriously thinking about going this route but have had my apprehensions about it.

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