Become a better you by gaining new skills that can help take you further in your career. With Walden’s Professional Development, you can:
- Choose from more than 300 hands-on courses to earn credits toward a bachelor’s degree, prepare for professional certifications, or simply learn something new.
- Explore online learning to see if it’s the right fit for you.
- Learn at your own pace, any time of day, using any device that has an Internet connection.
- Complete each course in just one to two hours, allowing you to enhance your skills a little each day.
Earn Credits Toward Your Degree.
You can earn credits toward your bachelor’s degree with professional development courses, giving you a jump start on your degree and preparing you with valuable skills you can use immediately in your career.
Prepare for Professional Certifications.*
Stay at the forefront of your field and prepare for and maintain a number of professional certifications in the areas of project management, human resource management, and information technology.
Learn New Skills.
Explore new topics, discover online learning, and enhance your marketability. Take as many courses as you’d like, such as Leading Innovation, Project Stakeholder Management, and Software Development Security.
We invite you to explore Walden University Professional Development for 30 days at no cost to you. After that, you can gain unlimited access to these courses for just $199 a year—a significant savings to you over enrolling in a full program.
*The Approved Provider program eliminates the guesswork for students when taking continuing education courses by allowing individuals to know before they register for a course if any activity will be counted toward a certification or recertification in a particular area of concentration. To obtain certification, candidates may need to meet additional requirements established by the professional association or certifying body which may include on the job work experience, pre-requisite or additional course work, passing certification exams, etc. It remains the student’s sole responsibility to review and determine whether a particular program will work for his or her educational objectives in his or her state of residence.