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Walden University

  • WHY US?
  • School Overview
  • DEGREES & COURSES

Walden University Offers

  1. Support for the unique needs of adult learners.
  2. A flexible learning environment.
  3. Advanced mission of positive social change.

Achieve Personal Enrichment

Walden is distinguished by high academic standards, experienced faculty, and a rigorous curriculum. Their advanced degrees are intended to enhance the quality of life not just for the Walden graduate, but for everyone he or she encounters. Walden University programs help students achieve personal enrichment and career advancement. Walden graduates, in turn, enrich and advance the lives of countless others they serve

As an accredited institution with over 40 years of experience, Walden has graduated more than 63,000 alumni, all of whom now have the credentials and desire to make a real difference and be a force for good.

Walden has a wonderful, supportive, and encouraging staff. The faculty members really want you to be successful. I couldn't have asked for a better program.

— Margaret H. McDonald, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Completion Program Graduate and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Student

 

I am the mother of four and a wife who works full time, is involved in my children's extracurricular activities, and is the partial caregiver for my father. Walden offers me the flexibility to achieve my ultimate goal — quality college education!

— Shawndel D. Smith, B.S. in Business Administration Graduate and M.S. in Management Student

 

Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates

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Discover Walden University

Walden University believes that knowledge is most valuable when put to use in organizations, communities, and families. The university offers over 75 online degree programs with more than 345 specializations and concentrations, all designed to help professionals gain the knowledge they need to have a real impact in their lives and the lives of others.

Walden University Statistics

  1. Alumni: More than 61,000
  2. Alumni, Riley College of Education and Leadership: More than 40,000
  3. Degree Programs: More than 75
  4. Specializations: More than 255
  5. Concentrations: More than 95
  6. Specializations & Concentrations: More than 300
  7. Faculty: More than 2,700
  8. Students: More than 46,500
  9. Students and Alumni: More than 108,500
  10. Students and Alumni, Riley College of Education and Leadership: More than 53,000
  11. Students, states represented by: 50 (plus Washington, D.C.)
  12. Students, countries represented by: More than 140
  13. Students and alumni, countries represented by: More than 165
  14. Alumni, countries represented by: More than 110
  15. Veterans and active-duty service men and women: More than 2,250

Admission Requirements:

  • Must be 21 years of age or older and have completed some college or 24 years of age or older and a high school graduate for a Bachelor's degree
  • Masters degree applicants must have a Bachelors degree
  • Doctorate degree applicants must have a Masters degree

I chose to pursue my M.B.A. at Walden University for the distinguished reputation of its online programs. After careful research, I have found that this program suits my objectives uniquely and broadens my exposure to real-world situations.

— Celeste Steele, Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Graduate

 

The Walden Difference

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  1. Center for Undergraduate Studies
  2. School of Counseling and Social Service
  3. School of Health Sciences
  4. School of Information Systems and Technology
  5. School of Management
  6. School of Nursing
  7. School of Psychology
  8. School of Public Policy and Administration
  9. School of Social Work and Human Services Programs
  10. The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership