Chamberlain College of Nursing is a for-profit nursing school with various campuses located in Addison and Chicago, Illinois; Arlington, Virginia; Columbus, Ohio; Jacksonville, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona; St. Louis, Missouri; and its National Headquarters and Home Office at Downers Grove, Illinois.
Originally established in 1889 as Deaconess College of Nursing, the school has evolved from a diploma school of nursing to a college of nursing granting both Associate and Bachelor of Science degrees. In 2005, the college changed its name to Chamberlain College of Nursing.
Now with over 120 years of experience tucked under its belt, the college has remained true to its commitment to train high-quality, compassionate and clinically proficient nurses. It has further developed its curriculum and added innovative means of delivering education to its students.
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC), Chamberlain offers both campus-based and online Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Nursing degree programs.
For its Online Degree Programs, Chamberlain College offers courses for nurses who may want to pursue their MSN degree but may be too busy to do so. Online courses offered, apart from Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), include a degree completion program in Nursing (RN to BSN), and an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN).
Cost of tuition for onsite and online BSN and ADN is US$7,140 for fulltime students or US$595 per credit hour for part-time. For online degree programs, cost of tuition for MSN, regardless of load, is US$650 per credit hour, and for the completion program from RN to BSN, US$6,900 for fulltime students and US$575 per credit hour for part-time. Financial aid is extended via loans, grants, scholarships and work-study programs.