Chamberlain University Reviews of Master's in Nursing

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  • Annual Tuition: $13,940
68% of 71 students said this degree improved their career prospects
69% of 71 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Master's in Nursing

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LeAnn
  • Reviewed: 3/4/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"I am reading all of the negative reviews on here and am honestly blown away. I have attended Chamberlain for 2 degrees and both experiences couldn’t have been better. I received my BSN in 2014, and because I had such a good experience, I chose Chamberlain for my MSN as well. I recently graduated and am waiting to take my FNP certification exam soon. Chamberlain is very flexible and is designed for working people. There are no set log in times and no live lectures, but instructors and tutors are always available if needed. When my son was ill in the hospital, my instructor had no problem giving me an extension on the week’s assignment. When the pandemic hit, they relaxed and reduced class assignment requirements to make things easier on us. During my capstone course in my MSN program, they gave us access to an absolutely wonderful review course. I can’t say enough about Chamberlain. I feel very prepared with my education and am very thankful to Chamberlain. It isn’t the cheapest school in the world but it is worth it, and you do get a discount if you attend again as an alumni. If I return to school for my DNP, Chamberlain will definitely be my go to, and I would recommend this school to anyone."
Ann M
  • Reviewed: 2/6/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2020
"Having read the reviews prior to attending, I was leary about the education I’d get from the online environment. Looking back, I found all of the classes beneficial - contributing immensely to the goals I had set for myself. Yes, there is a lot of self-paced learning but that is what is expected with this type of program. The discussions, projects, and papers required critical thinking skills and application of your own experiences. If you are not self motivated and lack time management skills, this environment may not be the best fit for you. I recommend this program for other life-long learners!"
Laura
  • Reviewed: 2/5/2021
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"Horrible school. I can’t even elaborate enough on this. I’ll be in debt until I die and I taught myself the entire time. Teachers don’t reply. In my BSN I had a harassing teacher that would call me and email me several times a day, it was so concerning that I dropped the class and still had to pay $1400. It was ok in the beginning when I did my BSN. My MSN teachers currently are horrible. My class discussion asked me to provide my place of employment (specific name) AND city. I did not because I felt that was unreasonable to ask students and unsafe- also omitting that information does not change the fact I know or don’t know the material. Because I didn’t want to feel unsafe giving my specific city and employer name I received 20% off the discussion. This is just one example of the atrocious things Chamberlain does. I will never recommend this school."
Tomeka McDonald
  • Reviewed: 12/10/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"I am in my last 5 courses to complete my FNP with Chamberlain University and have had a wonderful experience. I completed my BSN in Atlanta, Georgia with Chamberlain University in 2018 then decided to pursue my FNP. I have never had a problem with the courses, Staff, or clinicals. The cost is reasonable compared to other private schools. I am in the military and travel every 3 years which sets Chamberlain aside from any other school, because they have so many branches across the United States. Classes are demanding as expected, but it is no different than any other MSN program. The MSN-FNP builds on your knowledge and leadership skills. I look forward to starting my clinicals next session. I hope this will help many make a decision on attending a great school. I hate studying and I tend to procrastinate, but some how I have made it through with All "As and Bs.""
RN
  • Reviewed: 2/22/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2020
"Incredibly inconsistent with instructors and grading. Will consistently drop the ball each class w/ new tech, policy, credentials, etc. If you do have a problem, the staff does not care. This is a degree mill and they want your money. Very unprofessional top to bottom. They will make a lot of mistakes and it is up to you to fix their mistakes. You will never get a free pass if you make a mistake. Save your time, money and future headaches. Don't go to Chamberlain."
gerard copeland
  • Reviewed: 2/3/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2020
"Hello Prospective Students What can I say that's not already been said about Chamberlain. I completed my undergraduate course at Chamberlain and now continuing with my Masters in Nursing Educator Track. That should say that I found Chamberlain College to be most helpful during my transition. Can't say I would do it all over but I have no regrets. It's a great college and faculty are outstanding!"
Rhonda Johnson
  • Reviewed: 12/3/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"To Whom It May Concern, I would like for you to know the caliber of an educator you have on your staff roster. Dr. Susan Waltz, contacted me on the day my father passed 11/6/2019 to reach out and answer any questions that I may have had about the course NR 501 Theortical Basis of Advanced Nursing. I had to share with my professor that at that particular time I could not answer any question she may have had because of the news I was just given. Dr. Waltz expressed her sympathy and condelescense to me and my family. From that day to this one she has text me, emailed me, call me and offered words of strength and encouragement. Not one time did she say I need you to drop this class, instead I informed her that I would be attempting to return after my fathers funeral but I could not give her the exact day of return. Dr. Waltz continued to reach out to me and share with me her journey with her family and her father. I had a good feeling about this program. I have been able to pay as I go with the payment plan based on my situation with my father and his additional responsiblities. I have been supported with the instant return feedback text, email or phone call. Most importantly my professor did not give up on me!! She made me feel valued, supported and thankful that I had her as my professor during this time of change in my life. I MADE A PROMISE TO MY FATHER TO FINISH THIS TIME AND BECAUSE OF DR. SUSAN WALTZ I WILL!! Thank You Rhonda Johnson Terrell Nursing Administration"
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  • Reviewed: 8/15/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"Initially I had some complications navigating their student portal. After preview week I had information overload. During my first class we lost our housing lease and I had issues with time management and submitting a few assignments on time which resulted in a C. The next class I received a B. This was not to their satisfaction so I had to appeal 3 times with the guidance of student services and submit supporting documentation. I received inappropriate comments on all 3 denials such as I lack the skill set for the program. My grades were the highest in the class aside from the late submissions due to abrupt change in residence. They also sent me an entire academic record that belonged to someone else attached to my 1st and 2nd denial. At this point I feel like they just took my money and don’t even stand by their own standards of practice. If you want to be treated like a number, this school would be appropriate."
Mo ahmad
  • Reviewed: 7/13/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2019
"Bad school, horrible,do not go there this is an honest warning. You will not learn anything. If you care about your future and patients this is the worst place you could earn a degree from. Go to a real college and get a real degree so you can treat your patients with honor and dignity"
Student
  • Reviewed: 6/8/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2019
"Horrible school. One professor in particular is very dishonest and has her own agenda. I would NEVER recommend this school to anyone!!! School will NOT help you find clinical sites and there are students currently sitting out because they can't find a site. Subpar education at its best."