Learning Opportunities for Every Goal
As a Walden graduate, you already know the power of learning. Education brings new avenues for personal growth, positive social change, and the development of sought-after skills. In fact, 80% of employers who participated in a recent Monster.com survey said they struggle to fill positions because of a skills gap.
Now, we invite you to return to Walden to continue your educational or professional development with us. To show our commitment, we are offering all Walden alumni a 30% tuition reduction for doctoral or 25% tuition reduction on other offerings to meet your ongoing education needs.*
Whether you’re ready to upskill, change career paths, or add new credentials, your alma mater is your educational partner for life, with a wide variety of resources updated constantly.† Explore your options.
Are you ready to immerse yourself in a field of study again? Take the next step and apply your 25% alumni tuition reduction toward a master’s program or doctoral program with financial aid eligibility.* Schedule an appointment with a dedicated Alumni Enrollment Specialist to discuss your goals.
Receive 25% off academic certificate programs designed to help you sharpen your skills and knowledge, with for-credit courses that may transfer to a degree program and financial aid eligibility. The time commitment averages 10 hours per week over six to nine months.
Professional Development Offerings
Explore non-credit, self-paced professional development offerings built to bolster skills, achieve goals, and potentially satisfy licensure requirements† in a variety of fields and industries. Self-paced modules require an average of four hours per week to complete.
Individual course offerings help you satisfy your curiosity with credits that may transfer to a degree program (though individual courses are not eligible for financial aid). The time commitment averages 10 hours per week over six to 12 weeks.
Graduate Certificate in Special Education Student
*See alumni grants and scholarship details here.
†Consult with the appropriate licensing or certifying authority, local school district, or other organization to determine whether a course will satisfy applicable requirements to maintain licensure, obtain or renew certification, or establish eligibility for employment.