Move Ahead in Your Career with a Certificate from Walden
A Walden certificate can provide you a quick, cost-effective option for building your skills and knowledge. Whether you're looking to advance in your current organization or switch industries, our certificate programs can give you the edge you need to choose your own path to success.
Learn in a flexible and convenient online format
Choose from over 60 certificate programs
Collaborate with faculty and classmates from all over the world
Post-Master's Certificate in Organizational Research, Assessment, and Evaluation
Graduate Certificate in Science K-8
Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Coaching
Post-Master's Certificate in Reading, Literacy, and Assessment
Graduate Certificate in Teacher Leadership
Graduate Certificate in Integrating Technology in the Classroom (Grades K-12)
Based on International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards, this program helps you gain the knowledge, strategies, and technical skills for effective K–12 learning environments.
Graduate Certificate in Special Education
Post-Master's Certificate in Educational Technology
Develop and lead technology-supported solutions to learning challenges in preK–12, higher education, business, and hospital settings in a certificate program that reflects AECT standards.
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Instructional Design and Technology
Gain new skills and experience in using technology and multimedia tools to create interactive learning experiences for a variety of educational environments.
Graduate Certificate in Adult Learning
Learn how to develop adult education programs for adult literacy, employee training, vocational education, community programs, or self-enrichment.
Graduate Certificate in College Teaching and Learning
In this program, you can learn the steps in the teaching and learning process: planning, developing, and facilitating learning experiences and assessing outcomes needed for college instruction.
Post-Master's Certificate in Early Childhood Leadership
Learn to create learning environments where children of diverse backgrounds can thrive. This program reflects National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) guidelines.
Graduate Certificate in Mathematics K-6
Online Graduate Certificate in Population Health
Graduate Certificate in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Help your students reach their highest potential. In this certificate program, you can gain the advanced tools to plan, develop, and implement standards-based curricula and instruction for grades K–12.
Graduate Certificate in Enrollment Management and Institutional Marketing
Discover the latest techniques and strategies to attract and retain students through a range of communication and marketing tools that promote your institution more effectively.
Post-Master's Online Teaching in Psychology Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Public Health
Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security
Enhance your skills to lead, develop, and implement emergency-response strategies. Learn to implement policies that protect individual safety without compromising rights and freedoms.
Post-Master's Certificate in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
When you align curriculum, assessment, and instruction, both the students and educators benefit.
Post-Master's Certificate in Community College Leadership
Every individual deserves a supporter—someone who encourages them to be the best they can be. With a Post-Master’s Certificate in Community College Leadership, you can be that advocate for adult learners.
Post-Doctoral Bridge to Business Administration Certificate
Leverage your prior experience with this certificate program that can prepare you to teach business courses at the college level and improve your research and consulting skills.
Graduate Certificate in Conflict Management and Negotiation
In an ever-changing world, the need for conflict management and negotiation skills is more important than ever.
Graduate Certificate in Elementary Reading and Literacy
Develop strategies to engage preK–6 readers and English language learners using the five pillars of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension).