Chamberlain College of Nursing’s online Master of Science in Nursing degree program offers you the flexibility needed to pursue a degree while continuing to work.
Chamberlain’s online MSN program combines convenient online courses, supportive faculty and rich practicum experiences that prepare you to change your nursing practice in one of five nursing specialties: Nurse Educator, Nurse Executive, Family Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Informatics or Healthcare Policy.
Earning an MSN degree online from Chamberlain College of Nursing can provide the foundation needed to expand your nursing practice. Classes are structured to encourage leadership and translate theory into practical solutions.
In Chamberlain’s online MSN program, there are no mandatory login times and no group work. Students participate in weekly discussion threads to engage with the professor and classmates. This structure helps keep students on pace while providing the freedom to decide when to attend class.
Each member of Chamberlain’s nursing faculty holds a doctorate degree and has undergone comprehensive training to help prepare them to teach MSN programs online. Faculty members typically respond to student questions within 24 hours and are available by email, phone and the online learning platform.
Courses at Chamberlain are designed for experienced nurses looking for an MSN nursing program to expand and enrich their professional careers. Application to real-world scenarios is emphasized through coursework, class discussions and the practicum experience. Chamberlain students enter into in one of five specialty tracks: Executive, Educator, Family Nurse Practitioner, Informatics or Healthcare Policy. National certification exams are available to graduates in select specialties.
Read more about the Master of Science in Nursing curriculum.
At this time, Chamberlain College of Nursing cannot accept inquiries from the states of Tennessee or Puerto Rico for the Master of Science in Nursing degree program.
* The Master of Science in Nursing degree program at Chamberlain College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, 202.887.6791).
Classes Start May 4th
U.S. News & World Report ranked
Chamberlain among the best online
graduate nursing programs for 2015,
based on factors including faculty
credentials, graduation rates and
student services and technologies.
Chamberlain offers scholarship opportunities that can provide up to $3,500 per student in financial support.
Learn more about MSN scholarship opportunities.