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Chamberlain College of Nursing

Founded in 1889 as the Deaconess College of Nursing, the school has grown from a nurse’s training program to a college of nursing conferring Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Associate Degree of Nursing programs at its campuses in Arizona (Phoenix), Florida (Jacksonville), Illinois (Addison), Missouri (St. Louis), Ohio (Columbus), including an online degree program for Master of Science in Nursing.

Chamberlain College of Nursing offers a BSN Program and an ADN Program with two levels of entry and exit. The BSN program offers two options: the regular 4-year on-campus option and an online or on-campus option for registered nurses completing their BSN degree. The ADN program also offers similar options wherein licensed practical nurses can take their course either on site or online towards their practical nursing licensure exam at the completion of half of the program.

Its Baccalaureate Nursing Programs confer degrees in Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) on-site and Fast-Track RN to BSN Online Degree Completion Program (for registered nurses only). Its Masters Nursing Programs award degrees in Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) online - Executive Track and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) online - Educator Track. Finally, its Associate Nursing Programs issue degrees in Associate Degree of Nursing (online and on-site) and LPN to RN Bridge Program (online and on-site).

For BSN (site-based), ADN (site-based & online), and LPN-RN (site-based & online) degree programs, full-time (credits 12-17) tuition amounts to $7150 per semester and $595 per credit hour (credit hours 1-11 and 18). Other charges include: student services charge at $150 per semester; and DeVry Inc. employee rate - $505 per credit hour / $6,070 full-time. There is a separate charge for NCLEX Review Courses (NR290 & NR450).

Tuition for the RN to BSN (online) degree program: full-time (credits 12-17) tuition costs $6900 per semester and $575 per credit hour (credit hours 1-11 and 18). Other charges include: student services charge at $75 per session; and DeVry Inc. employee rate - $285 per credit hour (military rate - $430 per credit hour, alumni rate - $485 per credit hour).

Tuition for the MSN (online) degree program amounts to $735 per credit hour regardless of course load. Other charges include: student services charge at $75 per session; and DeVry Inc. employee rate - $365 per credit hour (military rate - $550 per credit hour, alumni rate - $485 per credit hour).

Chamberlain College of Nursing is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission and by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Reference: Chamberlain College of Nursing @ College Crunch

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