You may choose any or all of the courses listed for each program. Prerequisites may apply by individual course. There may be additional prerequisites by program. All semester credits will be converted to quarter credits using the ratio of 1 semester credit equals 1.5 quarter credits.

M.S. in Criminal Justice

CRJS 5215 Controversies in Criminal Justice
CRJS 5511 Special Populations in Criminal Justice
CRJS 5217 Technological Solutions and 21st-Century Crime
CRJS 5203 Victimology

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M.S. in Criminal Justice Leadership and Executive Management

CRJS 5215 Controversies in Criminal Justice

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M.S. in Early Childhood Studies

EDUC 5005 Foundations: Early Childhood Studies
EDUC 5160 Early Childhood Development
EDUC 5161 Effective Programs and Practices
EDUC 5162 Issues and Trends in the Early Childhood Field

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M.S. in Emergency Management

MSEM 6364 Managing Public Safety Organizations
MSEM 6100 Critical Issues in Emergency Management
MSEM 6480 Applied Research and Evaluation Methods
MSEM 6363 Public Safety Issues

M.S. in Forensic Psychology

Select up to five of these courses.

FPSY 5101 Introduction to Forensic Psychology
FPSY 5115 Understanding Forensic Psychology Research
FPSY 5125 Assessment in Forensic Psychology Settings
FPSY 5135 Criminal Behavior
FPSY 5145 Ethical Issues and Professional Responsibilities in Forensic Psychology
FPSY 5720 Abnormal Behavior

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Master of Healthcare Administration

MMHA 5015 Foundations of Healthcare Administration
MMHA 5100 U.S. Healthcare Delivery System
MMHA 5135 Health Policy and Economics
MMHA 5205 Health Law and Ethics

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M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology

EDUC 5105 Organizations, Innovation, and Change
EDUC 5115 Learning Theories and Instruction
EIDT 5100 Instructional Design
EIDT 5110 Advanced Instructional Design

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M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership

Select up to five of these courses.

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NPMG 5200 Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
NPMG 5405 Ethics and Social Justice
NPMG 5420 Organizational Management and Leadership
NPMG 5431 Finance and Budgeting for the Nonprofit Sector
NPMG 5435 Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce
NPMG 5451 Board Governance and Volunteer Management
NPMG 5480 Applied Research and Evaluation Methods

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M.S. in Psychology

You may select any or all of these courses listed for the specialization that best matches your interests and goals.

Applied Psychology
PSYC 5215 Lifespan Development
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology

Crisis Management and Response
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5740 Disaster, Crisis, and Trauma

Educational Psychology
PSYC 5215 Lifespan Development
PSYC 5240 Human Motivation
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology

General Psychology
PSYC 5215 Lifespan Development
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5220 Psychology of Personality

Health Psychology
PSYC 5215 Lifespan Development
PSYC 5745 Health Psychology

Media Psychology
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5760 Psychology and the Media

Organizational Psychology
PSYC 5480 Psychology of Organizational Behavior

Program Evaluation and Research
PSYC 5315 Tests and Measurement

Psychology of Culture
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology

Psychology, Public Administration, and Social Change
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology

Social Psychology
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5701 Culture and Psychology

Terrorism and Security
PSYC 5245 Social Psychology
PSYC 5741 Psychology of Terrorism

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Master of Public Administration

Select up to five of these courses.

MMPA 5200 Introduction to Public Administration
MMPA 5405 Ethics and Social Justice
MMPA 5420 Organizational Management and Leadership
MMPA 5431 Finance and Budgeting for the Nonprofit Sector
MMPA 5435 Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce
MMPA 5451 Public Policy Analysis
MMPA 5480 Applied Research and Evaluation Methods

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Master of Public Health

It is recommended that you complete PUBH 5101 prior to enrolling in any other M.P.H. courses.

PUBH 5101 Principles of Communication in Public Health
PUBH 5002 Essentials of Public Health: A Case Study Approach
PUBH 5115 Social, Behavioral, and Cultural Factors in Public Health
PUBH 5165 Environmental Health
PUBH 5235 Program Design, Planning, and Evaluation
PUBH 5175 Health Policy and Management

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Master of Public Policy

MMPP 5280 Policy and Politics in American Political Institutions
MMPP 5405 Ethics and Social Justice
MMPP 5111 Leadership and Organizational Change

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View eligibility requirements. Is the AIM option right for you? Find out by calling an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336. Current Walden students can contact a member of their Academic Advising Team.