Chamberlain College of Nursing
About This School
Chamberlain College of Nursing has a 125-year history of preparing extraordinary nursing graduates.
Their roots go back to the Deaconess tradition of 19th-century Europe. Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, studied at a Deaconess facility in Germany and later applied the concepts she learned to her nursing practice. In 1889, an evangelical pastor in St. Louis, Missouri, proposed establishing health care services based on the Deaconess model to address the needs of the local community. Those services evolved into the Deaconess School of Nursing and, later, the Deaconess College of Nursing.
Degree Program Offered
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING | RN TO BSN OPTION | MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING | MSN – ADULT-GERONTOLOGY NURSE PRACTITIONER | MSN – FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER | DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE | PUBLIC HEALTH | MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK