At Walden, we know that your prior experience—in the classroom and on the job—has made you who you are and is an asset you bring to the classroom. That's why we offer a number of ways to transfer and apply credit toward your Walden program, which can save you time and money when earning your degree. Below you can explore your options to apply your prior learning and accelerate your degree program.
You may be able to transfer up to 50% of your required program credits. Call an EA for a free transfer of credit evaluation.
Transfer College Credit
If you have completed college-level courses at another institution, you may be eligible to apply credits earned toward your studies at Walden. Learn more about how you can transfer college credit.
Walden has agreements with learning institutions to accept their courses as meeting our requirements for certain bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs. View the list of our partner agreements.
Prior Learning Assessment for Undergraduate Students
At Walden, we understand that your prior learning experiences may be unique. Learn more about how you may receive academic credit for your prior learning through assessment.
We offer members of leading organizations the opportunity to translate certifications into academic credit. Learn more about transferring credits for professional experience.
Other Degree Acceleration Opportunities
Structure Your Credit
Undergraduate Pathways let undergraduate students take more classes per term to reduce their time to completion. These options are available for all bachelor’s degree programs at Walden except the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Completion Program.
Gain Master’s-Level Credit
Continue your commitment to lifelong learning. Through the Accelerate Into Master’s (AIM) program, you can earn master’s-level credits for transfer into a Walden graduate program while you are earning your bachelor’s degree.
Lifelong Learning for Walden Graduates
Walden alumni may be eligible to transfer credits from one Walden degree program toward the completion of another. Learn more about lifelong learning benefits.
Find out what our online higher education community can offer you. Request information or speak with an enrollment advisor by calling 1-866-492-5336. A list of international toll-free phone numbers is available for students outside the United States.
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