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Preparing Extraordinary Healthcare Professionals for Over 130 Years

Find Your Future at Chamberlain University

Let us help you take the next step in your career

Explore Our Programs

Chamberlain University offers range of degree programs and options through its two colleges: The College of Nursing – one of the nation’s largest nursing schools – and the College of Health Professions.
Classes begin every 8 weeks.

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3-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Become a Nurse in as Few as 3 Years

RN to BSN Degree Completion Option

Registered Nurses, Earn Your BSN

Master of Science in Nursing

Elevate Your Nursing Career

Doctor of Nursing Practice

Prepare for Senior Leadership Roles

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Master of Public Health

Launch or Enhance Your Public Health Career

Public Health Certificates

Earn a Public Health Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Master of Social Work

Prepare for Specialized Practice

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Whether you're advancing your education in nursing or healthcare professions, Chamberlain offers the resources and support to help you succeed. Find out more by calling an admissions advisor I work with at 855.319.5087 or requesting more information.

Join a Proudly Accredited Institution

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In addition to a university accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and multiple program accreditations from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Chamberlain continuously earns new approvals from respected agencies across the nation.

Chamberlain University College of Nursing was named a Center of Excellence™ in Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing for promoting the pedagogical expertise of faculty.

As an exclusive education partner DAISY offers a scholarship to Chamberlain students that are recipients of the DAISY award. DAISY Honors nurses that go above and beyond and helps to spread their stories and has had a major impact on influencing the culture of nurses.