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Chamberlain University: RN-BSN Online

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Does anyone have any feedback on the Chamberlain RN-BSN Online program? I'm in the processing of applying and I'm just wondering if the program is going to be any good.

Thoughts please! Thank you!

-Kristine

BetterMeRN

Specializes in Med/Surg Nurse, Homecare, Visiting Nurse. Has 4 years experience.

Best decision I ever made except for the price.

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

Does anyone have any feedback on the Chamberlain RN-BSN Online program?
NOTE: I am not enrolled in Chamberlain's program due to the pricey tuition, but the vast majority of the people that I know who are completing the program seem to love it. They say it is user-friendly and convenient for their lifestyles.

Pixie.RN, MSN, RN

Specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN. Has 13 years experience.

I completed it in 2010. Liked it so much that I am returning for the MSN-FNP. :)

What did you like about it? I too am considering chamberlain online RN- BSN

I am wondering the same thing!! It is kind of pricey and just wondering if it is worth it? Did you decide to go to Chamberlin?

The cost is very high but I have found the work load easy. Also they have 6 start sessions a year so taking one class at a time works well. If you need a break you can just take 8 weeks off and then restart. There are lots of resources that help you through the classes. Economic has been my hardest class so far. I take finals in a couple of days. Six more classes to go!!!!!

Wow that sounds great! I actually enrolled at chamberlain and start in March. I'm excited and nervous but it's going to be worth it!

Wgbem

Specializes in Transplant.

I am looking to do Chamberlain online. I have a BA and a MBA but due to the hospital where I currently work and Magnet status, they seek RNs with at least a BSN for advancement. I am hoping this program will work for me. Anyone go to this program with other degrees besides a BSN?

I took their BSN online program, graduated in 2013, loved it so much I have continued there for my MSN. I took 2 classes per 8 week session. Definitely doable, I worked full time and have 4 school aged children. Sometimes laundry didn't get done on time, but every paper did. I graduated with President's honors and would encourage anyone to go there.

Congratulations. I am also starting Chamberlain in March 2015 for RN-BSN. I am going through the admission process. May I ask what classes you are taking in March this year. Can you be my study buddy because I like to study in as a group?

I believe they said I was to start with Transitions. Have you been accepted? i would love to have a "study buddy". That sounds awesome! How many classes do you have to take?

I am starting in march, adn to msn fnp. It is expensive but all in one shot, all online, one weekend immersion is just fine. Hope it goes well.

When are you starting the msn program? I'm just starting the adn to msn in march. They are sarong 3.5 years. Can't wait!

It's pricey? It's one of the cheapest online RN-BSN programs with quality education that I have seen.

I agree. Its about $20-30k depending on your needs so it can be pricey for some people. I thought i would be enrolling in March but I feel continuous pressure from their offices asking me to call them. I dont have time to sit and chit chat on the phone to go over every process. This isnt my first time in school so i am a bit annoyed by that. I found a few schools that are cheaper so now idk what to do.

Wgbem

Specializes in Transplant.

I agree. Its about $20-30k depending on your needs so it can be pricey for some people. I thought i would be enrolling in March but I feel continuous pressure from their offices asking me to call them. I dont have time to sit and chit chat on the phone to go over every process. This isnt my first time in school so i am a bit annoyed by that. I found a few schools that are cheaper so now idk what to do.

I had the same experience but have also applied to other programs so I am not smitten with Chamberlain.

Any luck? I found three others under $20k