Remember that Walden’s Title IV Code is 025042.
This program combines action-oriented research with practical experience and connects you with a community of professionals so that you may improve the quality of life and change the world of others through effective policy and practice.
You are eligible to enroll in the Ph.D. in Human Services program with either a master’s or bachelor’s degree. Students enrolling with a bachelor’s degree can also earn an M.S. in Human Services as they work toward their doctorate. Students entering the program with a master’s degree may be able to transfer previously earned credits into this doctoral program.
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“We are changing generations to come.” –Carol Zoffinger, Ph.D. in Human Services Student
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A Walden Ph.D. in Public Health graduate offers advice about how doctoral students can gain more exposure for their research.
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Talk directly to School of Counseling and Social Service faculty about what it’s like to earn your degree at Walden.
Learn more about the Walden chapter of Tau Upsilon Alpha, the national human services honor society that recognizes students for their integrity, academic excellence, and dedication to empowering people through education and service.
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