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As a graduate, you have the unique opportunity to return to the Walden community as a lifelong learner. When you choose to stay with Walden for your learning needs, you know you have chosen a university that is committed to high-quality programs, positive social change, and superior student support.
Lifelong Learning Benefits for Alumni
• A 15% tuition reduction*†
• Waived enrollment fee
• Automatic transcript retrieval
• Opportunity to transfer credits, depending on selected program
• Eligibility for Presidential Scholarship and more
Learn more about lifelong learning benefits for Walden alumni by calling an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.
*Not valid for Tennessee residents.
†Only one tuition-reduction benefit may be applied to tuition and fees.
New Scholarships for Graduate Social Work Programs
Walden has established the Barbara Solomon Scholarships for Social Work for students in its graduate social work programs. New students committed to helping the underserved should apply by May 16, 2014 for the scholarships named after the pioneering social worker and Walden board member. Learn more .
New Walden Programs
New M.S. in Health Education and Promotion
Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program Adds Two New Specializations
To help students gain focused knowledge in an area of interest, Walden has introduced two new specializations to our CACREP-accredited Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program: Leadership and Program Evaluation and Advanced Research Methods. Learn more.
School of Counseling Adds Addiction Specialization to More Programs
Walden’s School of Counseling has added an Addiction Counseling specialization to its M.S. in Mental Health Counseling and M.S. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling programs. Already offered in our M.S. in School Counseling program, this specialization can prepare students to provide help and hope to individuals and families whose lives have been devastated by addiction. Learn more.
School of Counseling Introduces Career Counseling Specialization
Walden’s School of Counseling has added a Career Counseling specialization to its M.S. in Mental Health Counseling; M.S. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling; and M.S. in School Counseling programs. This specialization is suited to students who would like to empower others to build fulfilling careers and achieve their professional and personal goals. Learn more.
School of Counseling Adds Military Specialization to More Programs
Walden’s School of Counseling has added a Military Families and Culture specialization to its M.S. in Mental Health Counseling; M.S. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling; and M.S. in Addiction Counseling programs. This specialization, which is already offered in our M.S. in School Counseling program, can prepare students to provide emotional guidance and support to military personnel, veterans, and their families. Learn more.
M.S. in Human Services Introduces New Military Specialization
Walden has added a Military Families and Culture specialization to its M.S. in Human Services program. In this new specialization, students explore common challenges of military life and can gain the skills to support military personnel and their spouses and children, who may be coping with a variety of hardships. Learn more.
New Ph.D. in Human Services Specialization Options
Walden is offering two new ways for Ph.D. in Human Services students to tailor their program to their interests and goals: a Military Families and Culture specialization and the Advanced Customized option. Learn more.
Walden now offers an M.S. in Health Education and Promotion program that is designed to prepare students to meet the rising demand for skilled health education specialists* who are capable of planning and implementing health programs, strategies, and initiatives for individuals and populations. Learn more
Master of Public Health: Redesigned for New Challenges
Walden is now enhancing its Master of Public Health (MPH) program with new courses, an enriched field experience, and updates to its multimedia curriculum. Learn more about a program redesigned to meet the latest public health challenges.
New MSN Specialization: Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Students pursuing the Nurse Practitioner path in Walden’s Master of
Science in Nursing (MSN) program can now focus their studies in acute
care. The new Acute Care Nurse Practitioner specialization is designed
to help students gain the advanced practice skills needed to manage the
care of acutely or chronically ill individuals aged 13 or older. Learn more
Enhanced M.S. in Psychology Program
Walden now offers one of the most affordable M.S. in Psychology programs available online. By refocusing coursework and specialization content, we’ve reduced tuition costs by more than $4,200. Explore our redesigned program
and our 12 specializations, including the new Child and Adolescent Development
specialization. Select specializations even allow you to accelerate your path to a Ph.D. by applying credits earned from your master’s program.
Walden Enters Social Work Arena
Walden is excited to announce its entry into the dynamic field of social work with the creation of the School of Social Work and Human Services. Our new school will provide students with opportunities to advance in their careers and make a difference in the lives of others. With this new school comes our new Master of Social Work degree program, which expands our mission of promoting positive social change and builds on our reputation for providing quality distance learning to working professionals. Learn more
M.S. in Education specialization
Walden’s new Mathematics and Science (Grades K–8) specialization features math courses informed by the latest standards set by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ (NCTM) Principles and Standards for School Mathematics. Designed for elementary and middle school teachers, this specialization explores effective teaching strategies to inspire students and allow them to gain the knowledge and skills needed for successful futures. Learn more
Programs Prepare Early Childhood Leaders
Walden’s new offerings prepare professionals to drive continuous improvement in the systems, policies, and practices affecting young children. Learn more about the Ed.S. in Early Childhood
and the Ed.D. with a specialization in Early Childhood
M.S. in Human Services
Walden’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences has added an M.S. in Human Services to its program offerings. With six specializations to choose from, this master’s program prepares human services professionals to provide leadership and advocacy across diverse settings and make a greater difference in the communities they serve. Learn more