Earn a BSN Your Way
Pick an option that fits your lifestyle
Chamberlain University College of Nursing’s Troy campus provides a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program with three different offerings to make pursuing a degree more accessible for those who are ready to step forward in healthcare: Traditional BSN, Evening/Weekend Option and Hybrid Option. Admission criteria, curriculum and time to degree completion are the same for all three selections. Plus, they offer the same great benefits, including:
- CCNE-accredited BSN degree program
- Begin nursing courses as early as the end of your first year
- No wait lists or prerequisite courses
- Small class sizes
- Personalized attention and support throughout your academic journey
Request information to learn more about the hybrid and evening/weekend options.
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*Please note that the delivery of all campus-based BSN coursework has moved temporarily online until it is safe to return to campus.
**Classes are primarily taught virtually with select classes requiring in-person attendance on campus.
Tuition & Expenses
Financing Your Chamberlain Education
Chamberlain admissions representatives will help you identify all your financing options, as well as help you apply for and get the financial assistance you need. More than 90% of Chamberlain students receive some form of financial aid. Financial aid is available in the form of federal and private loans, scholarships, grants and work-study to those who qualify.
View tuition and expenses information for the BSN degree program.
Fostering Learning and Student Growth
Accreditation & Approvals
Chamberlain University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (www.hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program, and post graduate APRN certificate program at Chamberlain University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, (https://www.aacnnursing.org/CCNE). For the most updated accreditation information, visit chamberlain.edu/accreditation.
Accredited Nursing School – Michigan Approvals
Chamberlain College of Nursing is authorized to operate and grant degrees in the state of Michigan under the laws of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, CSCL/Licensing Division, P.O. Box 30018, Lansing, Michigan 48909, 517.241.9288.
Chamberlain College of Nursing is approved as a Bachelor of Science Nursing degree program in the State of Michigan effective June 4, 2014 by the Michigan Board of Nursing under the laws of the State of Michigan Department of Regulatory Affairs Bureau of Health Care Services/Health Professions Division, 611 W. Ottawa Street Lansing, Michigan 4
Chamberlain’s SIMCARE CENTER™ nursing laboratories closely resemble a real clinical setting, from privacy curtains to scrub sinks and birthing simulators. Just like a live human, our patient simulators have bodily functions, vital signs and can even sweat and bleed. Students utilize advanced technology when learning to provide excellent care and to address real-world, high-stakes issues in the healthcare field.
As part of Chamberlain’s commitment to academic excellence, the SIMCARE CENTER is also supported by a resource center that helps with the development of complex skills. Many of our students point to their time in the SIMCARE CENTER nursing skills laboratories as the first time they felt like a “real nurse.” In the lab, they are challenged to react in real-time to patient scenarios, empowering them to take the lead in the care of their patients. We use Learning Space™, a real-time video patient monitoring and archiving system that captures high-fidelity simulations to review with students during debriefing.
From Day 1, you will have the resources and support you need to succeed in school, pass the NCLEX® and provide effective patient care as a professional nurse. Through Chamberlain’s partnership with ATI Nursing Education (ATI), you will have tools to support understanding, critical thinking and content mastery. And if you need extra help, tutorials, assessments and simulations are available and easy to access.
Troy Campus FAQ
Chamberlain’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum is structured to advance students’ abilities to retain essential knowledge and apply it in clinical settings. The curriculum focuses on conceptual learning and gives students critical skills to translate theory into nursing practice.
Chamberlain’s SIMCARE CENTER™ gives you the opportunity to hone fundamental nursing skills on high-tech patient manikins. Patient simulators have vital signs, bodily functions and produce a range of symptoms, allowing you the chance to provide quality care in a safe setting before transitioning to patients in the clinicals portion of the curriculum.
Chamberlain has partnered with ATI Nursing Education to meet our students’ needs through tools and resources that support a variety of learning styles. Whether it’s through videos, reading materials or their best-in-class learning solutions, ATI’s learning resources are there to support understanding, critical thinking and content mastery. And if you need extra help, tutorials, assessments and simulations are available and easy to access.
At our Troy school of nursing, we accept qualifying transfer credits. To see if you are eligible, request more information to work with an admissions representative. With a bachelor’s degree in another field, you can find out which qualifying transfer credits from your first degree can help you earn your BSN even faster. Plus, our admissions representatives can work with you to see if you’re eligible for financial aid.
Yes, there are a variety of scholarship options available for our Troy campus students. Explore undergraduate and external scholarship opportunities or request more information to learn what financial aid options are available. Financial aid is available in the form of federal and private loans, scholarships, grants and work-study to those who qualify.
The Troy BSN program consists of a minimum of 122 credit hours: 56 credit hours in general education and 66 credit hours in the nursing major.
View the BSN Degree Program Curriculum Plan to see what credits are required.
The Center for Academic Success (CAS) at the Troy campus offers workshops, study materials and appointments with tutors and academic support.
Prospective nursing students begin the admission process by first completing an application and then interviewing with a Chamberlain admission representative. When all Troy nursing requirements for admission are fulfilled, prospective students are told in writing of their admission status to a specific Chamberlain program and location.
Learn more about our admission criteria to Chamberlain University’s nursing school in Troy, Michigan.