Degree Completion Requirements
- 181 quarter credits (1 semester credit equals 1.5 quarter credits)
- General education courses (46 cr.)
- Core courses (35 cr.)
- Concentration courses (25 cr.)
- Psychology elective courses (10 cr.)
- General Elective courses (65 cr.)
Students may be eligible to transfer up to 135 credits*. At least 45 credits must be completed at Walden.
*Please note: Students that reside in Virginia may be eligible to transfer up to 125 credits. At least 55 credits must be completed at Walden.
View the COMPLETE CURRICULUM PLAN.
Time to completion will vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept, call an Enrollment Specialist at 855-646-5286.
Admission is considered for adult students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent. Applicants must also meet one of the following criteria:
- You are 21 years of age or older.
- You are less than 21 years of age with at least 12 quarter credits.
- You are an active member of the military or a veteran with documentation of service.
More information for international applicants.
|Tuition||181 quarter credit hours||$333 per quarter hour||$60,273|
|Technology Fee||Per quarter||$170||$2,720|
*Tuition reflects the minimum time to completion. Time to completion varies by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. Tuition and time to complete may be reduced if transfer credits are accepted, or if you receive grants, scholarships or other tuition reductions. Walden may accept up to 135 transfer credits. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept, call an Enrollment Specialist at 844-768-0109.
Tuition and fees are subject to change. Books and materials are not included and may cost up to an additional $5,000.
Paying for Your Education
Our Enrollment Specialists can help you outline a plan and find resources for funding your education.
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My Walden education supported me in both hard skills centered around workforce development, clinical work around the field of psychology, as well as soft skill development such as communication.