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Chamberlain College of Nursing Reviews of Master's in Nurse Practitioner (Family)

16 Reviews

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Annual Tuition: $19,860

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
75% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Master's in Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Student Reviews - Master's in Nurse Practitioner (Family)

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Elissa Warren

Reviewed: 3/8/2022

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

I was terrified of online learning until attending Chamberlain the instructors are the very best quick responders, will check on you if your grades fall, and will ask what they can do to help. Candace and Rene registered me and are absolutely wonderful! This is my second year at Chamberlain and everything has been absolutely phenomenal. Online learning programs are very easy to navigate and if you need assistance your instructor will respond swiftly.

sokhon pok

Reviewed: 6/16/2021

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

I've gone through 3 different schools and Chamberlain University has been the best all around! I am a proud alumni and current FNP student. The program is great and the instructors care about their students. I felt supported through every process of the schooling. I didn't have to endure insufferable calls like the other schools and everyone I spoke with at the school have been helpful and caring.


Reviewed: 6/7/2021

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

I had three prior degrees before enrolling at Chamberlain - bachelor's in marine science, master's in education, and a bachelor's in nursing. All three of these degrees were done at a mortar and brick institution, which I loved. However, these types of school do not offer much flexibility for those who have families and jobs. Additionally, by my third degree, I felt that I already knew how to study and did not receive much from in-class learning. I looked at several online schools and decided on... Read More

Andrea Douglas

Reviewed: 1/11/2021

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

This university has been the best decision I have made. I had the greatest time and learning experience for my bachelors degree and the professors have been so motivating but I decided to go back for my FNP 6months after graduating I will be graduating this year from Chamberlain University with my FNP and hopefully work a year and a half and then go back for my doctorate I would not have chosen at another school over this university they really truly want you to succeed.


Reviewed: 12/7/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Great experience. The student services to the practicum team to the instructors have been phenomenal. They really showed their support during covid. Other schools were not allowing students to attend clinical. Chamberlain allowed banking hours and other assignments. I am graduating exactly on time and have all my hours because of their support and working endlessly to change as needed. Some students may complain about feeling it is not a good education but I disagree. It’s an online program except... Read More

Kimberly Novenski

Reviewed: 12/5/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

I received my Masters in Executive Nursing Leadership from Chamberlain in December 2019, and because of the excellent experience I had during my time there, I did not think twice of where I wanted to pursue my second Masters Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner. The instructors are personable, knowledgeable, and truly want you to succeed. I cannot thank Chamberlain enough for the support I have received and continue to receive on my educational journey.


Reviewed: 12/5/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Chamberlain University has been a great experience for me. The classes are 8 weeks. The structure keeps you on track. Through this pandemic, the course has adapted well and I have remained able to work full-time. I recommend it to all of my co-worker's.

Chamberlin College

Reviewed: 11/25/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Chamberlin has been great as I can work and take care of my family and go to online school. Great resources 24/7 and understanding and available instructors. I received my bachelors degree and am now in the masters program for FNP. I have enjoyed all the curriculum.


Reviewed: 11/23/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Chamberlain has been up to par in creating a supportive and caring environment. They have support for all areas whether it student services, academic advisors or financial services. They incorporate their nursing framework into their courses with care and support! They can make the experience even better by having clinical placement.

Evenski Darcueil

Reviewed: 10/24/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

The past 2 1/2 years has been absolutely challenging but the program was the best academic experience of my career. I have learned so much and I am very optimistic about my career opportunities going forward. I would absolutely recommend the program to anyone looking to advance their nursing career.

E. Mathis

Reviewed: 10/13/2020

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Let me start by saying that I am currently in the post master degree FNP certificate program which is is essence another master's degree in Nurse Practitioner (Family). I am absolutely graceful for Dr. Medina and her knowledge on the current national treatment guidelines and treatments. I am appreciative of the down to earth approach as adult learners that we are. Follow Dr. Medina's rubric and study directions and you will too succeed. Thank you Dr. Medina for all your caring and compassionate teachings.... Read More


Reviewed: 12/13/2019

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!! Spend your money on a reputable school that you won't be embarrassed to tell people where you go. You'll go broke paying for classes that are essentially self-taught. Professors are nasty, and don't answer emails/questions in a timely manner. One professor eventually responded in such broken English that I started questioning how she ever survived APA. The only time someone will get back to you in student resources is when you're trying to make a payment. This college will... Read More


Reviewed: 12/6/2019

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

As a graduate student, one would expect instructors to be educational and helpful during courses. It would also be of expectation that the school works with you to meet your practicum needs. However, this has not been the case with Chamberlain University. I am currently three classes into the program it has been a HORRENDOUS experience. I chose to attend Chamberlain as a friend of mine referred it to me. The curriculum has been changed since she was a student, and the new curriculum is horrible.... Read More

Yolanda Marquez

Reviewed: 11/30/2019

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Terrible school with no clinical or educational support. Very expensive! No assistance for clincial sites or having. The first half of the program was not difficult until the nurse practitioner courses. No suuport given for assistance in obtaining placement.


Reviewed: 8/30/2019

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Useless school. They are known as a joke in the nurse practitioner world. The first half of the program is fine; however the second specialty classes are not organized and try to squeeze too much information into an 8 week course. They make you go to Illinois to do an immersion weekend to test your assessment skills. They give you a list of assessment skills and tell you to practice at home on your family. Really? That is not adequate for preparation for clinicals. They expect you to fond your own... Read More


Reviewed: 8/27/2019

Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)

Worst University. Disorganized, instructors are unprofessional and some very nasty. The classes and tests are horrible. If your lucky you will find a clinical site but dont expect CU to lift a finger for you and the thousands of $$$ you give them to teach yourself. Lots of busy work that does nothing to enhance your self taught education. If your smart you will go elsewhere.


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