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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 Completion Program Graduate and Master of Science in Nursing 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

Alumni: More than 61,000

Alumni, Riley College of Education and Leadership: More than 40,000

Degree Programs: More than 75

Specializations: More than 255

Concentrations: More than 95

Specializations & Concentrations: More than 300

Faculty: More than 2,700

Students: More than 46,500

Students and Alumni: More than 108,500

Students and Alumni, Riley College of Education and Leadership: More than 53,000

Students, states represented by: 50 (plus Washington, D.C.)

Students, countries represented by: More than 140

Students and alumni, countries represented by: More than 165

Alumni, countries represented by: More than 110

Veterans and active-duty service men and women: More than 2,250

'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 Graduate

Accreditation Statement

Walden University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of The North Central Association, click here; 312-263-0456.

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
  • Masters degree applicants must have a Bachelors
  • Doctorate degree applicants must have a Masters degree

Earn Credit

You can transfer credit from any of the following Study.com courses towards your Walden University undergraduate degree. Click to view the courses in each subject area.

Study.com Course Code & Name Walden University Course Code & Name Credits
Business 101: Principles of Management BUSI 1002 : Introduction to Management and Leadership 5
Study.com Course Code & Name Walden University Course Code & Name Credits
History 101: Western Civilization I (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
History 103: US History I (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Study.com Course Code & Name Walden University Course Code & Name Credits
Math 101: College Algebra MATH 1040 : College Algebra Concepts (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Math 102: College Mathematics MATH 1030 : College Mathematics (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Math 103: Precalculus (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Math 104: Calculus (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Study.com Course Code & Name Walden University Course Code & Name Credits
Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology PSYC 1001 : PSYC 1001 or SBTR Introduction to Psychology or a Social and Behavioral Sciences Gen Ed (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Psychology 102: Educational Psychology PSYC 1001 : PSYC 1001 or SBTR Introduction to Psychology or a Social and Behavioral Sciences Gen Ed (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Psychology 103: Human Growth and Development (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Psychology 104: Social Psychology PSYC 2005 : Social Influences (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Psychology 106: Abnormal Psychology PSYC 3004 : Psychological Disorders (SBTR - Social and Behavioral Gen Ed) 5
Study.com Course Code & Name Walden University Course Code & Name Credits
Biology 101: Intro to Biology BIOL 1001 : Introduction to Biology (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Biology 105: Anatomy & Physiology BIOL 3020 : Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Environmental Science 101: Environment and Humanity (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5
Science 101: Intro to Natural Sciences (MNTR - Math and Natural Sciences Gen Ed) 5

Credits are Quarter credits

70% minimum grade required to transfer credit to Walden University

Click here for more details about how you can earn credit

Find Your Program:

  • The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences provides culturally and contextually relevant education programs based on the scholar-practitioner model. Designed to appeal to a diverse array of learners, the programs are designed to enhance their professional opportunities and ability to act as social change agents.

  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Leadership Development and Coaching
  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Consulting Psychology
  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Forensic Consulting
  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - General Practice
  • MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Organizational Diversity and Social Change
  • MS in Marketing - General Program
  • MS in School Counseling - Addictions Counseling
  • MS in School Counseling - Crisis and Trauma
  • MS in School Counseling - General Program
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Consulting Psychology
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Forensic Consulting
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - General Practice
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Leadership Development and Coaching
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Organizational Diversity and Social Change
  • PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology - Research and Evaluation
  • Whether you choose our CCNE-accredited master's degree program, bachelor's completion program, or post-master's certificate in nursing, you will have access to the most current thinking and best practices in your field.

  • MS in Nursing (MSN) - BSN Track - Family Nurse Practitioner
  • MS in Nursing (MSN) - RN Track - Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Ph.D. in Public Health - General