A pioneer in distance learning, Walden is No. 1 in MSN graduates in the U.S.2
Flexible learning options, including our Tempo Learning® format, are specifically designed for working professionals.
Implement what you’ve learned in a real healthcare environment during your field experience.
We are collaborating with the National League for Nursing to empower social change leaders in their professions and communities.
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Thank You for Making a Difference
This Nurses Month, join Walden as we recognize and celebrate nurses for all the ways they make a difference—in every life they touch.
Congratulations, 2020 Walden Nursing Graduates!
Congratulations to each of our 2,500+ nursing graduates in 2020! Along with your family, friends, and colleagues, we are proud of everything you have accomplished and can’t wait to see you use your Education for Good.®
Tracy SlempAssociate Dean
A board-certified FNP, Dr. Slemp has been a nurse for more than 30 years with a primary care focus on health and wellness. She also has more than 16 years of experience in higher education and has served in several leadership roles, including dean of the School of Nursing at King University.
Catherine HoltonAssociate Dean
Dr. Holton has been with Chamberlain University since 2016 and serves as the interim president for the Jacksonville campus. A certified nurse educator, she began her career as an OBGYN nurse and has more than 30 years of clinical, academic, and nursing leadership experience.
The following MSN programs in the College of Nursing are designed to prepare students for professional licensure or certification:
- MSN - Adult/Gerontology/Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- MSN - Adult/Gerontology/Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner
- MSN - Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Primary Care
- MSN - Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Since no graduate program can guarantee that graduates will be permitted to practice as a nurse practitioner upon graduation, we encourage students to consult the appropriate board of nursing or state agency to determine specific licensure and practice requirements
Walden makes no representations or guarantee that students who complete Walden coursework or programs will be eligible for national certification. For more information about nurse practitioner certification exams, students should visit the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners at www.aanpcertification.org, American Nurses Credentialing Center at www.nursecredentialing.org, or other nurse practitioner certification websites.
Institute for Social Determinants of Health and Social Change
Championing Health Equity
Nurse educators and inter-professional colleagues play an instrumental role in achieving health equity across various demographics. The National League for Nursing and Walden University College of Nursing Institute for Social Determinants of Health and Social Change is designed to cultivate these healthcare professionals into leaders who address the impact of structural racism, socioeconomic status, environment, education, adequate housing, and food insecurity on health and well-being. This collaboration further demonstrates Walden’s founding mission to empower social change leaders in their professions and communities.