3-Year BSN Program
Chamberlain College of Nursing's Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program enables students to earn their BSN degree in as few as three years of year-round study instead of the typical four years with summers off, allowing students to enter the workforce sooner than their peers at other higher education institutions.
- CCNE-accredited BSN degree program
- Available at 22 locations across the country
- High-tech nursing labs and experienced faculty
- No wait lists
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Chamberlain’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum is designed to advance students’ ability to retain and apply essential knowledge. The focus is on conceptual learning, giving students the skills to translate theory into practice.
Hands-on experience in both the Chamberlain SIMCARE CENTER™ and the on-site clinical setting allow nursing students to work side-by-side with faculty, mentors, peers, and experienced professional nurses as they refine their direct patient-care nursing skills.
The BSN degree program consists of a minimum of 122 credit hours: 56 credit hours in general education and 66 credit hours in the nursing major.
Prospective students must complete an application and interview with a Chamberlain admission representative. When all admission criteria are fulfilled, applicants are notified in writing of their admission status to a specific Chamberlain program and location.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree Program Evening/Weekend Option*
The Chamberlain Tysons Corner campus offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree Program Evening/Weekend option for Tysons Corner-campus students. Students are provided the flexibility to complete courses outside of the typical classroom schedule while still receiving the same level of support and resources as traditional students.
The number of total credit hours for completion of the evening/weekend option is equal to the number required to complete the BSN degree program.
*Evening/weekend courses are limited to students enrolled in an Tysons Corner evening/weekend cohort. Students in evening/weekend cohorts are limited to enrolling in courses during the evening/weekend only.
- Weekend clinicals
- Complete in as few as 3 years
- Support from experienced faculty throughout the program
- Access to the same resources as the daytime program
- Evening and weekend class schedules provide flexibility in managing work and personal life
Request information to learn more about the evening/weekend option.
Tysons Corner Campus at a Glance
Center for Academic Success
At Chamberlain University, we know that the journey to becoming an extraordinary nurse can be challenging. Your campus Center for Academic Success (CAS) is here to help, from your first class to your last.
Find the resources and support you need at your Center for Academic Success (CAS):
- Experienced tutors
- Support – and space – for smarter studying
- The practical and academic resources for your needs
- Preparation for licensing examinations
We’re with you every step of the way.
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.
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Accreditation, State Authorizations & Approvals
Accredited Nursing Schools - Virginia Approvals
Chamberlain University is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, 101 N. 14th Street, 10th Floor, James Monroe Building, Richmond, VA 23219, 804.225.2600. Chamberlain University is approved to operate from the Virginia Board of Nursing Perimeter Center, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Henrico, VA 23233-1463, 804.367.4515.
Tysons Corner 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.
Chamberlain accepts 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 Tysons Corner 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 Tysons Corner 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 Tysons Corner 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 admission criteria 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 Tysons Corner, Virginia.